All high school graduates are welcome to apply for admission to any College within the University, provided they meet all admission requirements set by the College in which they wish to enroll. The applicant may proceed with their admission process after being accepted by the College Dean.
Admissions applications should be sent to the Office of the Dean of the College where the applicant wishes to study. Individuals should submit their applications as soon as possible to ensure priority in the enrollment process within the time frame specified.
We strongly advise applicants to carefully review the admission requirements and to provide complete and accurate information in their applications. Incomplete or inaccurate information may cause the admissions process to be delayed or the application to be rejected.
The University of Luzon places a high value on academic excellence and strives to provide its students with a high-quality education that will prepare them for success in their chosen fields. We eagerly await your application and look forward to welcoming you to our academic community.
Eligibility for Admission
The following documents must be submitted to the enrolling officer.
a. Form 138 (High School Report Card)
b. Certificate of Good Moral Character, signed by the Principal or Guidance Counsellor of the last school attended.
c. Birth Certificate
a. Certificate of Transfer Credential (Honorable Dismissal from the last school attended).
b. Certificate of Academic/Scholastic Records (and R.L.E for students in the College of Nursing)
c. Certificate of Good Moral Character, signed by the Principal or Guidance Counsellor of the last school attended.
Students principally enrolled in other institutions of higher learning may be admitted into any of the colleges of the University on a case-to-case basis upon submission of a written request from their respective Deans or Registrars on the following conditions:
a. The cross-enrollment permit shall state the total number of units for which a student may register;
b. The subject(s) he/she is authorized to take in any of the Colleges of the University.
Foreign students must comply with all regulations of the Bureau of Immigration (BI), the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), and National Coordinating Agency (NICA).
The following credentials must be submitted by the applicant to the University Registrar or Assistant Registrar.
a. Proof of adequate financial support to cover expenses for the student’s accomodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses for the student’s accomodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses.
b. Scholastic records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post located in the student’s country of origin or legal residence.
c. Police Clearance Certificate issued by the National Police Authorities in the student’s country of origin or residence duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post having consular jurisdiction over the place for students who resided in the Philippines for less than 59 days. However, for students who resided in the Philippines for more than 59 days, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance is required.
d. Quarantine Medical Examination by the National Quarantine Office.
e. Copy of Student’s Personal History Statement signed by the student with 2 x 2 inch photograph recently taken.
Final interview by the College Dean concerned shall be conducted for all transferring and foreign students before final admission is decided. ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LUZON DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION TO A PARTICULAR PROGRAM OF STUDY.
INELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
The University, as a general rule, will not accept student applicants who:
a. Can not present transfer credentials or who have been refused admission in other schools for reason of academic deficiencies or discipline.
b. Had been previously admitted to the University but expelled or excluded for any reason as specified under the rules of discipline.
c. Are transferring from other schools with neither permit nor recognition to operate from the Philippine Government.
d. Are suffering from highly contagious or communicable diseases as well as mental disorders.