The Center for Student Admissions is responsible for the recruitment, screening, selection and admission of senior high school, college and graduate school applicants interested in pursuing Lasallian education.
The Office is also in charge of the Student Scholarship Office, through which the University extends financial assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students funded by the school’s general budget as well as donor allocations.
Non-refundable Application fee is Php 500 for Filipino Students and USD 50.00 for international students
Application for admission for Senior High School and College Freshman for S.Y. 2019-2020 starts on September 29, 2018.
For procedure on application for admission please check this link.
None. You just have to pass the DLSU-D Qualifying Exam (DQuEx).
Yes. We accept DepEd voucher both from Junior High School (JHS) completers from public schools and ESC grantees from private school. DepEd Voucher is worth Php 8,750 for JHS public and Php 7,000 for ESC grantees per semester. The amount will be deducted from the student’s account at the end of every semester. Hence, it cannot be used as an initial payment during enrollment.
DLSU-D Senior High School offers Academic and Technical-Vocational and Livelihood (TVL) track. The following are offered under the Academic track: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS), Accountancy and Business Management (ABM). For TVL track, we offer (1) ICT programming and Animation and (2) Tourism, Culinary and Food Services.
Current tuition fees range from Php 45, 000 to Php 75,000 which may increase by the next school year.
We currently don’t have an online exam for foreign students. However, the applicant may choose a specific day for his/her special DQuEx.
We don’t have testing centers in provinces and abroad. DQuEx should be taken in DLSU-D only.
International students must present a photocopy of passport, VISA, and ACR/I-card during their application in DLSU-D.
For complete list of DQuEx schedules, please refer to this link.
DQuEx results are released online on specific schedules. Please check this link for the schedule of the online release of the results.
No. DQuEx results are based on cut-off scores set by DLSU-D and therefore it is highly confidential. DLSU-D reserves the right to disclose any details about DQuEx results.
No, but an applicant with failed remark on a specific program choice may apply for reconsideration. He/She must present his/her certified copy of grades from Grade 11 and 12 (for College freshman applicant) or Grade 10 (for SHS applicants) at Counter 18.
DQuEx includes items about Innate Ability in Math, English and Science for College Freshman Applicants and Achievement and Aptitude Test for SHS Applicants.
DQuEx results are posted in the applicant’s admission portal and can also be claimed at Counter 18 after the scheduled release.
DQuEx doesn’t have reviewers.
Venue of the exam is located at the Junior High School Complex. Map can be downloaded from the applicant’s admission portal.
No. DLSU-D has a separate Qualifying Exam for its applicants.
Confirmation or reservation of slots is on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirmation is accepted until slots are available.
Non-refundable confirmation fee is Php 3,200 and will be deducted from the applicant’s tuition fee
Confirmation fee is used to reserve applicants' slots in their chosen program before enrollment since slots are limited.
Confirmation fee is good until the end of enrollment period. Reserved but not enrolled applicants will be notified first through telephone or mobile calls if their reservation slot will be given to other applicants.
Yes. All DLSU-D programs have certain projected slots.