Admissions and Enrollment

A. Admission Requirements

   Freshmen

   Transferee

   Foreign Students

 

B. Entrance Examination

    Schedule

    Procedures

 

C. Procedures for Enrollment

    For Incoming Freshmen

    For Transferees

    For Old Students

           • Non Graduating Students

           • Graduating Students

    For Returning Students

    For Enrollees with Academic Probation

    For Enrollees with Disciplinary Probation

    For Cross Enrollees in PATTS

    For Cross Enrollees in Another School

    For Shifters to Another  Course

    For Foreign Students

 

D. Late Enrollment

 

E. Adding, Changing and Dropping of Subjects

 

_________________________________________________________________________________________________

A. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

 

1. Freshmen:

1.1  Original High School Card (Form138) or its equivalent

1.2  Current Certificate of Good Behavior issued by the Guidance Counselor or High School Principal

1.3  Three (3) copies of 1x1 I.D. color pictures

1.4  Photocopy of Birth Certificate

1.5  Entrance Examination Result (for degree course)

back to top

2. Transferees:

2.1  Certificate of Permission to Transfer (Transfer Credential)

2.2  Certified True Copy of Grades or Transcript of Records (for reference /  evaluation purposes)

2.3  Certificate of Good Behavior issued by the Guidance Counselor

2.4  Three (3) copies of 1 x 1 I.D. color pictures

2.5  Photocopy of Birth Certificate

2.6  Entrance Examination Result (For degree courses)

Note:  All transferees are placed under probation.

 A maximum of 18 units only is allowed for a transferee. Transferees with incomplete requirements cannot enroll.

 College graduates applying for a second degree are subject to the admssion requirements of transferees.

back to top

3.  Foreign Students

Immigrants or Permanent Residents and Native-Born Aliens are  required to submit  the following to the Office of the OIC for Foreign Students at the Registrar’s Office:

3.1  Scholastic records duly authenticated (with red ribbon) by the Philippine Embassy located in the student’s country of origin or legal residence;

3.2  Photocopy of Birth Certificate.

3.3  Certificate of Good Behavior from school authorities (original copy)

3.4  Photocopy of the applicant’s passport (bio-page, latest admission and authorized stay).

3.5  College Entrance Examination Result with a “Passed” rating.

3.6  Student Visa or Special Study Permit (for below 18 years old) issued by the Bureau of Immigration

3.7  Approval of the OIC of Foreign Students to be presented to the Admissions and Evaluations Officer

 

Note:

• The Status of the foreign student from Section 9 (a)Temporary Visitor to Section 9 (f) Foreign Student has a validity period of stay in the Philippines. This is renewable. The student will not be allowed to re-enroll in the school unless he has RENEWED his stay in the Philippines as a Foreign Student.

• Foreign students who shall enroll for the first time shall pay an Acceptance Fee upon enrollment.

• Subject to a pending CHED Memorandum Order that will contain revised guidelines regarding admission of foreign students.

back to top

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENT VISA CONVERSION

1.  Duly Notarized letter of request from applicant.

2.  Duly notarized general application form accomplished by the applicant (BOI Form No. MCL-07-001)

3.  Original copy of Medical Certificate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine and International Health Surveillance or a government medical institution with competence to certify that the applicant is not afflicted with any dangerous, contagious or loathsome disease and is mentally fit.

4. Photocopy of the applicant’s passport (bio-page, latest admission and authorized stay).

5.  National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) Clearance.

6.  Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate.

7. Original copy of Notice of Acceptance (NOA) containing a clear impression of the school’s official dry seal or duly notarized written endorsement from the school for conversion of the applicant’s status signed by the School Registrar.

Note:

1.  New students who are born abroad and who’s one or both parents are Filipino shall be admitted as a Filipino student.

2.  Should the student wishes to use their foreign citizenship, they must execute an Affidavit of Renunciation of Philippine Citizenship and they will be subject to the admission requirements for foreign students.

back to top

B. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

 

1.  Schedules

*Schedule of Entrance Examinations will be announced on August 19, 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

2.  Procedures

2.1  Present all requirements to the Admissions and Evaluations Officer and register at the PATTS Enrollment System.

2.2  Proceed to the Cashier’s Office for payment. An Entrance   Examination Slip will be issued; present this to Exam Facilitator on the day of examination.

Note: Student Number will be issued only to those applicants who passed the entrance exam and ATC applicants upon registration at the PATTS Enrollment system.

 

back to top

C. PROCEDURES FOR ENROLLMENT

1.  FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN

These are students who graduated from high school.

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for the Enrollment forms, student number and for proper endorsement.

1.1   Screening Committee - for the Personal Undertaking

1.2  IT Center/Computer Laboratory - for Password Registration and Class Schedule Reservation.

a.  Register with the PATTS Enrollment System;

b.  After the registration, schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject.

c.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribed reservation period.

1.3  Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

1.4   Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

1.5  Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

1.6  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

1.7  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

1.8  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

1.9  Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

2.  FOR TRANSFEREES

These are students who have already enrolled in tertiary institutions and are transferring to PATTS College of Aeronautics or those who intend to take a second course.

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for the Enrollment forms, student number and for proper endorsement.

2.1.  Screening Committee - for approval of enrollment and signing of Personal Undertaking

2.2   Registrar’s Office - for evaluation of grades from former school

2.3   IT Center/Computer Laboratory - for Password Registration and Class Schedule Reservation

a.  Register with the PATTS Enrollment System;

b. After the registration, schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject.

c.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribed reservation period.

2.4  Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

2.5   Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

2.6 Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

2.7  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

2.8   Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

2.9   PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

2.10 Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

3.  FOR OLD STUDENTS

These are students who were enrolled in the previous semester and did not stop schooling.

 

3.1  Non - Graduating Students

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for the Enrollment forms and for proper endorsement.

3.1.1  Computer Laboratory - Class Schedule Reservation

a.   Schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

b.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

3.1.2 Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

3.1.3 Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

3.1.4  Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

3.1.5 PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

3.1.6  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

3.1.7  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

3.1.8  Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

3.2 Graduating Students

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to Registrar’s Office Window 4 for the evaluation of grades

3.2.1  Computer Laboratory - Class Schedule Reservation

a.  Schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

b.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

3.2.2  Enrollment Advisers (Registrar’s Office) - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

3.2.3 Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

3.2.4 Enrollment Advisers (Registrar’s Office) - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

3.2.5  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

3.2.6  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

3.2.7  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

3.2.8  Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

4.  FOR RETURNING STUDENTS

These are students who have stopped schooling and are applying for re-admission

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for proper endorsement.

4.1   Registrar’s Office Window 4 - for evaluation of grades

4.2  Screening Committee - for approval of re-admission and signing of Personal Undertaking

4.3   Computer Laboratory - Class Schedule Reservation

a.  Schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

b.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

4.4  Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

4.5   Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

4.6 Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of   Certificate of Enrollment

4.7  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

4.8   Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

4.9   PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

4.10 Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

5.  FOR ENROLLEES WITH ACADEMIC PROBATION

5.1  Any student who gets a semestral weighted average of a rating lower than 3.00 in Degree Courses and 3.50 in other courses shall be subjected to personal undertaking.

 

5.2  Academic Probation 2 (AP-2)

Any student who has not passed or earned credit in at least 50% of his approved study load during the preceding semester may not be eligible for enrollment in the following semester.

5.2.1  On the first Academic Probation (AP-1), the study load will be a maximum of 18 units.

5.2.2  On the second Academic Probation (AP-2), the study load will be a maximum of 15 units.

NOTE: In any case, the study load of any student must not be less than 12 units unless graduating.

 

5.3  Steps for Enrollment

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission / Course Counseling Section for proper endorsement.

5.3.1  Screening Committee - for the Personal

          Undertaking

5.3.2  Computer Laboratory - Class Schedule Reservation

a.   Schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

b.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

5.3.3 Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

5.3.4 Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

5.3.5 Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

5.3.6  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

5.3.7  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

5.3.8  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

5.3.9  Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

6.  FOR ENROLLEES WITH DISCIPLINARY PROBATION

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for proper endorsement.

6.1    Students who have committed minor or less serious offenses shall seek approval from the VP for Student Affairs.

6.2  Students who have committed major offenses shall seek  endorsement from the Guidance Counselor and approval from the VP for Student Affairs.

6.3   Steps for Enrollment

6.3.1  Screening Committee - for Personal Undertaking

6.3.2  Computer Laboratory - Class Schedule Reservation

a.  Schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

b.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

6.3.3  Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

6.3.4 Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

6.3.5  Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

6.3.6  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

6.3.7  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

6.3.8  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

6.3.9  Library - for application of Collge ID and others

back to top

7.  FOR CROSS ENROLLEES IN PATTS

These are regular students from another school who intend to enroll subject/s in PATTS College of Aeronautics.

7.1 Secure Cross-Enrollment Permit and Certificate of Good Behavior from the school of origin.

7.2 Present permit to the PATTS Registrar for review and recommendation of  acceptance.

7.3 Proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for issuance of student number.

7.4  Steps for Enrollment

7.4.1  Screening Committee - for approval of enrollment and signing of Personal Undertaking

7.4.2  IT Center/Computer Laboratory - for password registration and Class Schedule Reservation

a.  Register with the PATTS Enrollment System;

b.   After the registration, schedule of classes may be enrolled or reserved by the student depending on the availability of slots in each subject;

c.  Schedule reservation is valid only for twenty-four (24) hours. Students will have to reserve again should they fail to finish the enrollment process within the prescribe reservation period.

7.4.3  Enrollment Advisers - for checking / validating of subjects / sections reserved

7.4.4  Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

7.4.5 Enrollment Advisers - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

7.4.6 PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

7.4.7  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

7.4.8  PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

7.4.9  Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

8.  FOR CROSS-ENROLLEES IN ANOTHER SCHOOL

These are currently enrolled students in PATTS who intend to enroll subject/s in another school.

8.1 Submit a Letter of Request to PATTS Registrar stating the intention to cross enroll in another school. The following must be stated on the request:

1.  Name of School

2.  Complete Address

3.  The subject to be cross-enrolled and its corresponding units.

 

A course checklist or subject description from the school where the student intends to cross-enroll and the schedule of the subject must be attached to the request letter.

8.2  A permit to cross-enroll will be issued upon approval of the request.

8.3    At the end of the semester, the student must submit a Certificate of Grades issued by the Registrar’s Office where he cross-enrolled to the PATTS Registrar. A copy of the Certificate of Enrollment must be attached to the certification.

back to top

9.  FOR SHIFTERS TO ANOTHER COURSE

These are students who intend to change his/her course.

9.1  Secure Request to Change Course Form from the Registrar’s Office.

9.2  Attach the Certificate of Enrollment, Verification of Grades for Subjects enrolled in the previous semester, Photocopy of School ID and Photocopy of the Parent / Guardian’s valid ID.

9.3  Parent/Guardian should sign on the form for their approval of the request.

9.4  Secure the approval of the VP for Academic Affairs if under academic probation.

9.5  Proceed to the Window 4 of Registrar’s Office for evaluation of grades.

9.6  Present forms and other enrollment documents to the Course Adviser.

9.7  Follow steps for enrollment.

back to top

10.  FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

These are foreign nationals who wish to enroll in PATTS College of Aeronautics. They can be Immigrants or Permanent Residents and/or Native-Born Aliens.

Important Instructions

Applicant shall proceed to the Admission/Course Counseling Section for the Enrollment forms, student number and for proper endorsement.

10.1  Submit the admission requirements to the OIC for Foreign Students at the Registrar’s Office for approval.

10.2 Proceed to the Cashier for payment of Acceptance fee. Original Receipt (OR) Number shall be recorded by the OIC the of Foreign Students.

10.3  IT Center/Computer Laboratory - for password registration and Class Schedule Reservation

10.4   Screening Committee - for the Personal Undertaking

10.5   Enrollment Advisers (OIC of Foreign Affairs) - for checking / validating of subjects / section reserved

10.6   Accounting Office - for verification of account and checking of fees

10.7 Enrollment Advisers (OIC of Foreign Affairs) - for final approval and printing of Certificate of Enrollment

10.8  PATTS Bookstore - for payment of test booklets, PE and ROTC Uniforms and others

10.9  Cashiers Office - for payment of fees

10.10 PATTS Clinic - for medical and dental check-up

10.11 Library - for application of College ID and others

back to top

D.  LATE ENROLLMENT

1. A student may enroll and be admitted in accordance with the reasonable rules which is no case shall exceed two (2) weeks after the opening of classes.

2.  A late registration fine shall be imposed.

3.  Follow the steps of enrollment wherever is applicable in the above enrollment procedures.

back to top

E.  ADDING, CHANGING AND DROPPING OF SUBJECTS

Students may request for a change of matriculation (Dropping, adding and changing of subjects) within the first two weeks of classes. If change(s) is/are made after the 2nd week of classes, regardless of the Registrar’s approval date, the student is no longer entitled to a reduction of fees and is still liable to pay for the corresponding fee(s) due him.

 

A student with valid reason(s) may add, change or drop subjects within two weeks after the beginning of classes.  If the subject to be added or changed is a prerequisite to any of the subjects enrolled, an approved conforme must be attached to the adding/changing form.

 

a) Any student who wish to add subject(s) within the period of time will pay in full the assessed amount

b) For installment payors, reduced tuition fee due to dropping of subject/s will be deducted from his Midterm account, but if the reduced tuition fee is bigger than his Midterm account the difference will automatically be deducted from his Prelim account.

c) For cash payors, reduced tuition fee due to dropping of subject/s will be scheduled for refund by the Cashiers Office.

d) Refund or credit will be issued to students enrolled in classes that were dissolved. They should formally request for a revision of load at the Registrar’s Office within the prescribed time frame.  Failure to request for dropping or changing of subject will be construed as a waiver to the right of a refund of fees; he will also be subjected to payment of his remaining balance.

 

PROCEDURES

1.  Request for adding, dropping and changing form (4 copies) from the Registrar’s.

2.  Submit accomplished form to the staff-in-charge for checking of slots available.

3.  Seek approval of the Registrar.

4. Proceed to the Accounting Office for checking of your account.

5.  Pay necessary fees at the Cashier’s Office.

6.  Submit a copy of the form to the Accounting and Registrar’s Office.

7.  Retain one (1) copy for reference.

back to top

F.  REFUND OF FEES

1. CANCELLATION OF ENROLLMENT DURING THE REGULAR SEMESTER

It is assumed that once a student is enrolled in PATTS, his intention is to complete his studies for a whole semester. Once a student has been accepted, he contributes to the student enrollment limit. Whenever a student withdraws during the semester, the College losses the opportunity to accept additional bonafide enrollees.

 

Therefore, students withdrawing after the second (2nd) week of classes shall be charged the tuition fees for the entire semester. No school records will be released unless tuition fees and other outstanding accounts are paid.

 

The following rules will govern the refund of fees to a student who officially drops his subjects, whether he has attended classes or not (per CHED Manual of Regulations).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: “Within the First week of Classes” means the week when classes started regardless of the number of days that passed (i.e. if classes begin on a Wednesday, the 1st week of classes will end on the Saturday of the same week): “Within the 2nd week” means the week following the 1st week of classes. New students who request cancellation of enrollment may claim their submitted documents at the Registrar’s Office after their request has been approved.

 

Any student who fails to comply with any or all of the above rules shall lose his right to a refund of fees or credit to his account. No school records or document requested will be released to the student unless outstanding accounts are settled.

back to top

2. CANCELLATION OF ENROLLMENT DURING THE SUMMER SEMESTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

back to top

3.  PROCEDURES

1.  Secure Adding, Changing and Dropping form from the Registrar’s Office.

2. Submit the accomplished form to the staff-in-charge together with

 a)  Request letter from parent or guardian

 b)  Copy of valid ID of parent / guardian

3.  Seek approval from the Registrar.

4.  Surrender school ID to the Library.

5. Submit form to the Cashier’s Office for schedule of release of refund.

6.  Proceed to Window 6 of the Registrar’s Office to claim submitted documents (for new students only).

back to top

G.  STUDENT FEES AND PAYMENTS

1.  Information on tuition and other fees may be obtained from the  Accounting Office.

2.   A deadline is usually set for last day of enrollment. All students are enjoined to abide by this. A late registration fine shall be imposed for late enrollees;

3.    Failure to pay tuition and other fees on or before major examinations prohibits the students from taking the examinations. No student shall be issued Transcript of Records and other school related documents and records if he/she has an outstanding financial obligation with PATTS.

back to top

H.   CHECK PAYMENTS

1.  Students may opt to pay in check for tuition fees after signing a Personal Undertaking.

2.   Student should make sure that said check has funds when transacted in the concerned bank.

3.   In case of a bouncing check, the student will be required to pay the cash equivalent stated on the check and an additional fine aside from the bank charges. Moreover, the student’s name will be listed in the 201 file of the Guidance Office and will no longer be allowed to pay in check in his future enrollment or settlement of tuition fee balances.

back to top

Copyright © 2016 www.patts.edu.ph