A student is considered officially enrolled after he/she has made full payment or initial payment as mandated by the Accounting Office and has the pink and yellow copies of his/her Certificate of Registration kept by Counter 16 (Cashier) or Counter 12. The original copy of registration form will be given to the student.
- A student cannot make any modifications or new transactions if he/she has not completed transaction one (1), which means payment of fees.
- Students are only allowed up to the third transaction to change their schedules. In excess of this, the student shall fill out an Enrollment Transaction Request Form indicating his/her reason(s) why he/she is having a fourth transaction. His/her letter is still subject to the University Registrar’s approval. Once approved, a corresponding fee shall be paid.
- A student with unpaid balance or old account is not allowed to enroll if he/she is not cleared by the Accounting Office.
- A foreign student shall be put on hold and shall only be cleared upon presentation of his/her certificate of eligibility to enroll.
Regular academic load per semester should not exceed the number of units prescribed in the approved curriculum. During the summer term, a student can enroll up to a maximum load of nine (9) units.
Students maintain a curriculum flowchart where they record their grades every end of the semester and/or summer. An Online Curriculum flowchart is available once the student activates his/her DLSU-D Web Portal account.
A pre-requisite is a subject that should be taken ahead of another subject, e.g. ENGL100 should be taken ahead of all other English subjects.
A co-requisite is a subject that should be taken simultaneously with another subject even if grades are given separately, e.g. ARCH111 should be taken simultaneously with ARCH111L.
Required (NSTP, PE, INTRO, Laboratory)
All Filipino students are required to complete the following:
- six (6) units of National Service Training Program (NSTP). NSTP subjects should be completed at the end of first semester of the second curriculum;
- eight (8) units of Physical Education (PE) subjects until the end of second semester of the second curriculum year; and
- Introduction to La Salle (INTRO01 and INTRO02).
A maximum of two (2) laboratory subjects per semester are allowed for five-unit subjects, while a maximum of three (3) laboratory subjects are allowed for four-unit subjects. Laboratory subjects that are paired with an academic subject should be taken during the same semester as the academic subject even if separate grades are given to both.