Please be informed of the following schedule of appeal for readmission, request to return from LOA, and application for waiver of prerequisites this Second Semester AY 2021-2022.
Please note, however, that this is pending the approval of the adjusted academic calendar for the Second Semester AY 2021-2022.
Please bear in mind that late requests or applications will not be accepted.
SCHEDULE: Appeal for Readmission/Extension of MRR/Waiver of MRR
At the end of every semester, students are required to check their grades and scholastic status to determine if they are eligible to enroll in the following semester.
must first qualify for readmission before they are allowed to register during the succeeding semester.
Last day of submission of documents to appeal for readmission by student to his/her year-level or program adviser
Appeal documents include the following:
|Jan 28, Fri|
|Deliberation of the appeal in the student’s department/program||Jan 31, Mon – Feb 3, Thu|
|If appeal is endorsed by the department/program, the student goes to OSA for counselling and to secure recommendation letter (for undergraduate only)||Jan 31, Mon – Feb 3, Thu|
|Submission of appeal documents (including OSA recommendation letter, if applicable) and after-deliberation report by the department/program to the Office of the College Secretary (OCS)||Feb 4, Fri|
|Consolidation and submission of all appeal documents and after-deliberation reports by the OCS to the Dean||Feb 8, Tue|
|Release of decision by the Dean****||Feb 11, Fri|
|OCS staff forwards appeal to the Admissions Committee (if applicable)*****||Feb 15, Tue|
|Admissions Committee Meeting||Feb 17, Thu|
** Letter must be addressed to the Dean and must make provisions for the signature and endorsement of the student’s Year-level or Program Adviser, Department Chair/Program Coordinator and College Secretary.
*** Student must consult with his/her year-level or program adviser in creating the plan of study. The plan of study must be certified correct by the adviser.
**** For Category A, the College Dean endorses. For Category B and/or C, the College Dean approves. This is the last step if the student is returning from AWOL or asking for an extension of residence (waiver of MRR); and ONLY if the student has GOOD academic standing.
***** OCS Staff forwards appeal to the Admissions Committee for action, with all attachments, including ‘Student Academic Performance Evaluation’ summary, and ‘True Copy of Grades (TCG).’
SCHEDULE: Request to Return from Leave of Absence (LOA)
|Students who went on official LOA in the previous semester must first secure approval from the Dean to return from LOA before they are allowed to register during the succeeding semester.|
Last day of submission of documents to request to return from LOA by student to his/her department/program clerk
Request documents include:
|Feb 4, Fri|
|Last day of submission of request documents by the department/program clerk to the Office of the College Secretary (OCS)**||Feb 7, Mon|
|Submission by the OCS of endorsed letter for readmission to the Dean||Feb 8, Tue|
|Release of decision||Feb 11, Fri|
* Letter must be addressed to the Dean and must make provisions for the signature and endorsement of the student’s Year-level or Program Adviser, Department Chair/Program Coordinator and College Secretary.
** Letter must already be endorsed by the student’s Year-level or Program Adviser and Department Chair/Program before submitting to the OCS.
SCHEDULE: Application for Waiver of Prerequisites
Courses approved by the University Council as prerequisites to others may not be waived. However, in meritorious cases, students who have previously enrolled and fully attended a course that is a prerequisite to another may be allowed to enroll in and attend the latter course for credit, without having passed or earned credit for the prerequisite course. Permission shall be granted only upon application by the student. The application shall be accompanied with certifications from a) the student’s instructor in the prerequisite course that the student had fully attended the said course; and b) the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs that the student’s failure to pass or earn credit in the prerequisite course was not due to disciplinary action imposed upon him/her.
Each college shall be authorized to grant the permission, and shall act through a Dean’s committee, which shall determine the merit of the application. The said committee shall include the College Secretary.
The student who is granted permission under these rules is required to enroll in the prerequisite course simultaneously with the course to which the former is a prerequisite, or immediately in the next semester.
(745th BOR Meeting on 1966 April 21)
|Last day of submission of form for application for waiver of prerequisites by student to his/her department/program clerk||Feb 15, Tue|
|Last day of submission of waiver applications by the department/program clerk to the Office of the College Secretary (OCS)*||Feb 16, Wed|
|Deliberation of all waiver applications by the Dean’s committee||Feb 17, Thu|
|Release of decision||Feb 18, Fri|
|* Form must be endorsed already by the Adviser, Teacher in Prerequisite Course, Teacher in Course to be Enrolled, OSA, and Department Chair/ Program Coordinator before submitting to the OCS.|
IMPORTANT: LATE REQUESTS OR APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also, to reiterate the announcement of the Office of the University Registrar, the pre-enlistment period for the Second Semester AY 2021-2022 is scheduled on 31 January 2022 to 5 February 2022. This is pending the approval by the UP President of the requested adjustment to the Second Semester Academic Calendar.
Visit this website for the detailed schedule, enrollment guide and registration notes for the Second Semester registration. The OUR website is accessible only from 9AM-12NN and 1PM-4PM, following the generator schedule at the A/S Building where the servers are located. We are still waiting for the A/S Building to be energized by VECO.