Pre-registration gives the students an easier and faster enrollment process. Classes are reserved for them.
During enrollment, each class reaches the maximum number of students. The schedule you desire may be full by the time you enroll if you do not pre-register.
A regular student is one who is enrolled in the total number of units prescribed in the curriculum.
Freshmen are allowed to shift by the end of the First Semester. Upperclassmen may shift at the end of the current semester when grades become available.
You may address your questions to your assigned evaluator.
You might have failed the pre-requisite subject you have taken the previous semester or the faculty has not submitted your grade yet. Check your flowchart.
These holds prevent you from enrolling in courses or viewing your grades but not from logging in. There are several reasons for your holds -- each with a different way or office to address or clear it. You must resolve your hold with the office that initiated it. For example, if you have a balance from your tuition and other fees, you will need to pay it and clear your account from the Student Accounts Section to have this hold removed.
APM11 is your program code and section code. APM is the program code (progcode) for BS Applied Mathematics and 11 is the section code (sectcode) for freshmen, section 1. All programs in the University have assigned progcodes.
You have to go to the Records Evaluator in charge of your program. For example, if you are a junior BS Biology student, go to the Office of the Registrar. Your records will be reviewed before changes are made.
Submit a letter of request to change the section to the department where your program belongs. For example, if you are a BS Biology student, go to the Biological Sciences Department.
You will be able to print your COR and your name will appear on your professor's class list.
Transaction 2 is an updated version of your COR. This means you changed or added one or more subjects from your first transaction. Every change of registration means additional transactions.
Yes, the maximum is 3. However, on a case to case basis, a fourth transaction may be allowed. You need to pay a specific amount before you could proceed to Transaction 4.
Most of the time, the reason is that a particular subject is exclusive for other programs.
There are two possible reasons: it's either ENGL102 is not offered for enrollment or you did not pass ENGL101, which is a pre-requisite of ENGL102. Some subjects have pre-requisites. Students must pass these subjects before enrolling.
For name correction or change, submit a copy of the PSA-certified birth certificate and supporting document to the Records Section (Counter 2). Proceed to the ID Section (Counter 7).
Yes. You can get the application for graduation form from the Records Evaluator assigned to your program.
Yes. Verify the amount at the Student Accounts Section.
You will be notified a week before the graduation date by the Office of the Registrar.
Yes. These will be given to you right after the general rehearsal.
You will graduate with first Semester/summer Term commencement ceremonies, if there is a schedule.
No. You may only participate in your scheduled term of commencement ceremonies.
Any current or former student at De La Salle University-Dasmariñas can request for a TOR through the Office of the Registrar Counter 1.
No. Electronic TORs are not available.
No. But you can view all of your grades online using the Student Portal.
There is no limit.
Six months from the scheduled release date.
No. You must settle your financial obligation to the University before we can release your TOR.
You must be cleared of all accountabilities from the University before you can get your diploma. Get a clearance form at the Office of the Registrar Counter 2.
Yes. Submit an affidavit of loss to the Office of the Registrar Counter 1.
Through the Parent Portal. To access, your parent must have an active account, which can be acquired from the Information Technology and Communications Center (ICTC).
Submit a Request for Data form at the Office of the Registrar Counter 1. It has to be signed by your class adviser, department head, and college dean.
You must submit a Change of Grade form at the Office of the Registrar.
Use the Special Report of Grades form to physically submit the grades of your students at the Office of the Registrar.
You must not allow them to continue attending your class. Send them immediately to the Office of the Registrar for verification.