ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible for admission to college, students must be graduates of secondary schools duly recognized by the government and must have taken the HCDC College Entrance Test conducted by the College Guidance and Counseling Center. Read More>>

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT

FRESHMEN OR INCOMING FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS (Those who enter for the first time as First Year in College after graduating from high school)

    • Shall be accepted regardless of nationality, religious beliefs or political affiliations.
    • Must have graduated from a recognized secondary school.
    • Must have completed valid credentials for registration.
    • Must meet all the prescribed admission requirements of the college.
    • Must qualify for the course applied for enrollment.
    • Must pass the interview.
    • Must pass the Physical or Medical Examination.
    • Must pledge to abide by and comply with all the rules and regulations of the college.
    • Must not have enrolled in any academic college subject/s prior to enrollment as beginning freshmen, otherwise they shall be classified as transferees.
    • Must meet the prescribed admission requirements, such as:
      1. High School Report Card (Form 138)
      2. Entrance Test Result
      3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
      4. Clear Photocopy of the NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate (attach the original copy for validation). If NSO copy is not clear, student has to bring the Birth Certificate of Live Birth from the Local Civil Registrar
      5. Two (2) copies of 1.5” x 1.5” colored ID pictures

Additional requirements for BSMT:

  • Ishihara Test Result
  • Audiometry Test Result
  • Hepa B Screening
  • Fecalysis Result
  • Urinalysis Result
  • Chest X-ray Result

Additional requirements for BSCriminology

Physical Examination

- No ear piercing and tongue piercing (for incoming 1st, transferees, 2nd yr., 3rd tr., and 4th yr.) – No tattoos (for incoming 1st, transferees, 2nd yr., 3rd yr., and 4th yr.) – 20/20 vision – Height for female 5” and for male 5”2 – No Physical Discrepancies (e.g. vulnerable birthmarks, harelip, polydactyl)

Medical Examination

- Drug Test (for incoming 1st, transferees, 2nd yr., 3rd tr., and 4th yr.) – Neuro Psychiatric Examination (for incoming 4th yr.)

The incoming first year students and transferees will be admitted to the College of Criminology if:

- Cut-off score of 45 is garnered – At least 80% of General Weighted Average (GWA) from High School – No failing grades from previous school

PROBATIONARY STATUS

1. Incoming first year and transferee students who have a CET of below 45 but not lower than 25 and whose GWA is 80% and above. 2. Incoming first year and transferee students who have a CET score of 45 or above but whose GWA is 77%. 3. Transferee students with failing grades of at least 2 subjects on their last semester attended in their previous school provided that they have a GWA of at least 77% and CET of 45 or above and/or the discretion of the Dean of College of Criminology.

All students under this category should undergo interview with the Dean of College of Criminology before it will be admitted to discuss some of the conditions like:

1. No failing grades in all subjects enrolled during the 1st and 2nd semester of their stay in college. 2. They will be closely monitored by the college thru their respective year level adviser, on their behavior and attitude including attendance on departmental meetings, monthly formation and other departmental or institutional activities.

In case students failed to meet the conditions they will no longer be admitted to the college of criminology but instead they will be advised to shift to other course.

COLLEGE TRANSFEREES (Those who have already enrolled in a tertiary institution and are transferring from another tertiary institution)

- Must have completed valid credentials, such as:

  1. Certificate of Transfer Credential (Honorable Dismissal)
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  3. HCDC Entrance Test Result
  4. Interview
  5. Clear Photocopy of the NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate (attach the original copy for validation). If NSO copy is not clear, student has to bring the Birth Certificate of Live Birth from the Local Civil Registra
  6. Physical or Medical Examination
  7. Official Transcript of Records from the school previously attended
  8. Two (2) copies of 1.5” x 1.5” colored ID pictures

CROSS-ENROLLEES · A cross-enrollee is a regular student of a school (referred to as their home school), but who concurrently enrolls for a subject/subjects at HCDC (referred to as the host school)

- Must have completed requirements, such as:

  1. Cross-Enrollment Permit
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  3. Two (2) copies 1.5” x 1.5” ID pictures

RETURNEES

  1. Approval note from the Account Section
  2. Clearance from the Student Affairs Coordinator
  3. Grades/Transcript of Records for evaluation
  4. School ID

Two types of Student Returnees: 1. Returnees who had previously enrolled at HCDC but had transferred to another school has to present a Certificate of Eligibility for Transfer from the school where he/she transferred. 2. Returnees who decide to defer his/her enrollment for a period of time then decide to enroll again. However, those who defer for more than a year has to pay the new student registration fee.

OLD COLLEGE STUDENTS

Renewal of registration of old students to the college depends upon their previous performance. They must show fitness and disposition for college work and actual compliance with college rules and regulations. The students enrolled in the program must comply with the program’s admission and retention policy.

COURSE MINIMUM GRADE
AB (all major fields except General Science) At least 80% in major subjects
AB General Science …………………………………. At least 82% in all major subjects
BLIS…………………………………………………….. At least 80% in all major subjects
BSBA……………………………………………………. A least 75% in major subjects
BSA……………………………………………………… Base 40% in Accounting 101 and 102 subjects with a cut off grade of 83%.
Zero base for all other Accounting Subjects including Financial Management, Taxation and Law with no cut off grade.
Base 40% for English, Mathematics, Micro and Macro Economics with a cut off grade of 80%.
School prevailing grading system for all other subjects with a cut off grade of 80%.
BSAcT…………………………………………………… Base 40% for all Accounting and Auditing subjects; Financial Management, Law and Taxation with a cut off grade of 83%.
School’s prevailing grading system for all other subjects with a cut off grade of 80%.
BSCA……………………………………………………. At least 80% in major subjects
BSCRIM………………………………………………… At least 80% in all subjects
BSHRM………………………………………………….. At least 75% in all subjects
BSIT…………………………………………………….. At least 75% in all subjects
BSMT……………………………………………………. At least no failing grade in major subjects
BS Psychology………………………………………… At least 80% in general psychology
BSSW…………………………………………………… At least 80% in all subjects
Education………………………………………………. At least 80% in all subjects
Engineering……………………………………………. At least 75% in all subjects

An old student MAY NOT BE ADMITTED to the College if he/she has dropped his/her ReEd subject, has been academically disqualified, has violated the rules and regulations of the College and has not submitted his/her transcript of records and/or Form 137 to the Office of the Registrar within one semester after being admitted to the College.

AUDITOR STUDENTS

Students who wish to attend certain courses but do not wish to participate in the class work may enroll as auditors. Auditors WILL NOT BE GIVEN ANY CREDIT for the courses they take although they will be required to pay the regular course fee upon approval of the registration by the Admission and Retention Committee.

Foreign Students

  • Must have complete and valid credentials (scholastic records and birth certificate with

red ribbon, fold seal and dry seal – authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Post).

  • Must be 18 years of age.
  • Must meet all the prescribed admission requirements of the college and the course applied

for, such as:

-College Entrance Tests
-Certification of Completion of a Secondary Curriculum
-Original Transcript of Records
-Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
-Personal Data
-Affidavit of Support and NBI clearance
-Passport
-Student Visa

  • Must submit Certification of Proficiency in English or certification from the Guidance

and Testing Center  (for non-native speakers of English)

  • Must meet all the prescribed requirements by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

and the Bureau of Immigration

  • Must pass the interview
  • Must pass the Physical or Medical Examination
  • Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the college
  • May be admitted based on the availability of slot of the course applied for

 

Refer to the Appendix Re:  Policies and Guidelines on some issues, concerns and problems

regarding admission/enrollment credentials and enrollment.

 

Graduate School Department

 

 Admission Policy

  • Applicants for admission to the master’s degree program and doctoral program must have

the proper and corresponding undergraduate and graduate academic background

respectively.  To qualify the admission, the following are required:

– 18 units for non-education (for MAED enrollees only)

– Admission of non-MAED graduate for Ph.D./Ed.D.major in Educational Management

subject to the approval of the Dean

 

  • Must meet all the prescribed admission requirements, such as:

* Certificate of Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal from last school attended

*Certificate of good moral character (for Doctoral enrollees only)

* Special Order (S.O.)

* NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate clear photocopy (bring the original copy)

* NSO Authenticated Marriage Contract (for female students)

* 1 pc. 1 x 1 colored ID picture

* 1 pc. 2 x 2 colored ID picture

  • Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the school.