ARTICLE 5. COMPUTERIZED ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
Section 1. Secondary Level
1.1 High School Enrollees should submit to the principal their Form 138 A, Certificate of Good Moral Character and the Photocopy of their NSO authenticated Birth Certificate and Marriage Certificate for married female,
1.2 Proceed to the cashier for payment of miscellaneous fees.
Section 2. Undergraduate
2.1 OLD STUDENTS:
2.1.1 Proceed to his/her respective school for evaluation. Present all his/her requirements and fill out the pre-enrolment and student profile form.
2.1.2 Go to the adviser for the approval of his/her enrolment.
2.1.3 Proceed to assessment for his/her assessment of fees.
2.1.4 Proceed to cashier for his/her payment and receive the COR.
2.1.5 Proceed to the registrar to get his/her enrolment completion form.
2.1.6 Proceed to the dean of student affairs office and present his/her COR for student ID validation. Sulu State College STUDENT MANUAL Page 38
2.1.7 Proceed to the dean of the school and submit his/her completed enrollment form and copy of COR.
2.2 NEW STUDENTS, TRANSFEREES & SHIFTERS
2.2.1 Submit all the requirements to the dean of admission office and secure his/her admission form/CET result with approved course.
2.2.2 Proceed to guidance office for orientation and receive his/her guidance form.
2.2.3 Proceed to dean of student affairs office and fill out his/her student profile form (SPF).
2.2.4 Proceed to his/her chosen school for evaluation, present all his/her requirements and fill out the pre-enrollment form.
2.2.5 Go to the adviser for the approval of his/her enrollment.
2.2.6 Proceed to assessment for his/her assessment of fees.
2.2.7 Proceed to cashier for the payment and receive his/her COR.
2.2.8 Proceed to registrar to get his/her enrollment completion form.
2.2.9 Proceed back to the dean of student affairs office and present his/her COR for his/her student ID.
2.2.10 Proceed to the dean of his/her school and submit his/her complete enrollment form and copy of his/her COR.
ARTICLE 6. CROSS REGISTRATION
Section 1. Students of other institutions wishing to cross enroll at the Sulu State College must present a permit from the Dean and from the Registrar of their institution. The permit specifies the subject/s to be cross-enrolled.
Section 2. A bona fide Sulu State College student may be allowed to cross-enroll in other state owned or government recognized private educational institution for Sulu State College STUDENT MANUAL Page 39
a subject needed for graduation except for major subjects. Field practice, practice teaching, special topics, seminars, and undergraduate thesis provided that;
2.1 The subject is not offered during that semester/summer term or is offered during that term but cannot be enrolled due to conflict in schedule and which cannot be resolved;
2.2 The student has no more deficiencies other than the subject to be cross enrolled elsewhere during that semester or summer term;
2.3 The cross enrolment will not result to exceeding the normal unit load for his curriculum level during that semester or summer term;
2.4 The course description of the subject where it is to be cross enrolled is essentially the same/similar to that of the Sulu State College;
2.5 The major subject to be cross enrolled must be taken under the same program.
2.6 The cross enrolment is recommended by the chairman of the department where the subject is taught and duly approved by the School Dean.
2.7 A copy of the approved application is submitted to the college registrar for the issuance of permit to cross enroll; and
2.8 The institution where he will cross-enroll is of the same level or higher than Sulu State College and it must be an accredited school.
ARTICLE 7. LATE ENROLLMENT
Section 1. Late enrollees may be accepted only in exceptional cases and will pay a fine of fifty pesos (Php 50.00) per day.
ARTICLE 8. TRANSFER CREDENTIAL
Section 1. A student who desires to leave the State College shall be granted Transfer Credential by the Registrar. A clearance shall be accomplished indicating that the student is cleared from any financial obligation as well as property accountability.
Section 2. A student who was not able to use his Transfer Credential to another school and wants to come back to the College is required to surrender the Transfer Credential issued to him.