College Students

Admission Requirements

A student who graduated from the secondary level education or its equivalent from schools and institutions duly approved by Department of Education shall be eligible for admission to any degree and non-degree programs. However a student who has not completed the secondary level, but who has qualified in the PEPT and ALS, etc. may be eligible for admission.

The following requirements must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before admission to any academic program, however LCC reserves the right to ask additional admission requirements not stipulated on this section if deemed necessary. LCC can also refuse admission of students whose behavior or academic standing is at variance with the school’s philosophy.

All credentials submitted for enrollment become part of La Concepcion College’s records and cannot be withdrawn after registration.

1. New (Incoming Freshmen)

  • Form 138 (Original Copy of un-cancelled high school report card)
  • Form 137-A (Original Secondary Permanent Record)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character issued by H.S. Guidance Counselor/Principal
  • PSA / NSO issued Birth Certificate
  • Entrance Examination Result

2. Old  (Continuing)

  • Report of Rating (Class cards)
  • Updated Student Directory Form

3. Transferee

  • Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer (Honorable Dismissal)
  • Proof of grades, with course title and credit units
  • PSA / NSO issued Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Dean/Administrator of the previous school
  • For Filipino students who studied abroad, a copy of the Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post (PFSP)/Philippine Embassy in their country of origin must be submitted.

3. Alternative Learning System (ALS) Graduates

  • Certificate of Rating
  • Any of the following clearances:
    • Barangay
    • Police
    • NBI
  •    *in lieu of Form 137 and Form 138-A and Good Moral Character Certificate

3. Foreign Students with Scholastic Records from Foreign School 

  • Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine
    Foreign Service Post (PFSP) located in the student-applicant’s country of origin or
    legal residence
  • Photocopy of the student’s passport showing date and place of birth and birth
    certificate or its equivalent duly authenticated by the PFSP
  • Student Visa or  SSP to be applied by LCC Bureau of Immigration representative

NOTE:
Student Visa and Special Study Permit (SSP) from the Bureau of Immigration shall not
be required of the spouses and unmarried dependent children below 21 years old of
aliens under the following categories:

  • Permanent foreign residents
  • Aliens with valid working permits under Section 9(d), 9(g) and 47(a) (2) of the
    Philippine Immigration Act of 1940, as amended
  • Personnel of foreign diplomatic and consular missions residing in the Philippines
    and their dependents
  • Personnel of duly accredited international organizations residing in the Philippines
    and their dependents
  • Holders of Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV) and Special Retiree’s Resident Visa
    (SRRV)
  • Foreign students coming to the Philippines with 47(a)(2) visas issued pursuant to
    existing laws, e.g. PD 2021

4. Special (non credit) Students

  • Letter of intent to study without credit
  • Resume which contains educational background
  • Previous scholastic records

5. Cross Enrolee

  • Permit to cross enroll from the mother institution
  • Letter of intent to study in LCC
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character

Withdrawal of Registration

A  student who withdraws enrolment before or after the beginning of classes must submit a written request stating valid reason for the withdrawal. Attachment of documents that support the reason will be necessary if it applies. An exit interview shall only be done after being cleared with accountabilities.

Section 100. Refund and Other Charges, CHED Memorandum Order 40, s. 2008

Withdrawal of enrolment is highly discouraged by the institution, may it be Authorized Withdrawal, Unauthorized Withdrawal, LOA, and AWOL. A student who registers and enrols for a specific semester is expected to finish and complete the whole term duly enrolled.

On the basis of the rules for Private Higher Educational Institutions (Section 100. Refund and Other Charges, CHED Memorandum Order 40, s. 2008) LCC adopts its own rules and regulations in cases of Refund & Other Charges for Withdrawal of Enrolment:

    • A student who withdraws enrolment before or after the beginning of classes must submit a written request stating valid reason for the withdrawal. Attachment of documents that support the reason will be necessary if it applies.
    • There will be no refund or transfer on the Registration and Miscellaneous Fees of the student.
    • A student who withdraws before the start of classes and who has already paid the pertinent school fees in full or instalment will be charged with in full pertinent fees in Registration and Miscellaneous Fees. The remaining fees for the tuition, laboratory and other fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
    • A student who withdraws within the first week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent school fees in full or instalment will be charged 25% of the prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. The remaining 75% of the said fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
    • A student who withdraws within the second week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or instalment will be charged 50% of the prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. The remaining 50% of the said fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
    • A student who withdraws after the second week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or instalment will be charged for all or 100% of the school prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. No refund shall be made.
    • When no written notification is made, the student is considered AWOL (Absence Without Leave). The student  will be charged for all or 100% theprescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. No refund shall be made.