Students who have completed their AA program requirements as prescribed by their curriculum checklist, must APPLY for GRADUATION a week after registration period of the semester they are to graduate.
The Student Records Evaluator will check your records for complete courses and units during the two-year AA program. After successful records evaluation, the college will release the list of AA applicants for graduation and notify students thru email.
Each department has its own specific requirements, guidelines and procedures for Graduation. This will be communicated with you in the Department level.
AA graduates who wish to further their studies and proceed with the BFA Program must be able to satisfy the grade requirement of 2.5 or better General Weighted Average (GWA).
APPLY for CHANGE of PROGRAM from AA to BFA before registering for courses in the BFA program the succeeding semester.
Each Department has its own specific requirements, guidelines and procedures for Graduation. This will be communicated with you in the Department level by your Program Adviser.
In their final year in the program, BFA students’ must fulfill the following requirements:
>Thesis Manuscript Submission
>VC 200 Thesis Defense in a Panel Deliberation
>Batch Thesis Degree Exhibit
Students who have completed units in their BFA program as prescribed by their curriculum checklist, must APPLY for GRADUATION on the first month of the semester they are to graduate/finish their program). The Student Records Evaluator will check the records for complete courses and units during the four-year BFA program, including the required number of GE, PE, CWTS/NSTP/LTS Courses.
An official list of Candidates for BFA Graduation will be released by the College Secretary’s Office when all grades are in and all records are evaluated, in time for the College Recognition Program “Tanglaw ng Sining” Candlelight Ceremonies and the University Commencement Activities.
Each department has its own specific requirements, guidelines and procedures for Graduation. This will be communicated with you at the Department level.
GRADUATING WITH HONORS
Students who are vying for Latin honors must not be underloaded (taking number of units below the prescribed total number of units in their course curriculum per semester).
In the occasion that the student needs to underload in a semester due to any of the following reasons:
They must write a Letter of Request to Underload, endorsed by the Department Chairperson with the following documentary attachments during registration period when the underloading is incurred:
In the semester the student is to graduate and may be vying for honors but has been underloaded, they may write a Letter of Appeal to the Committee on Student Admission, Progress, and Graduation (CSAPG) addressed to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, coursed thru the College Secretary, with the following attachments:
Consult with your Program Adviser during registration period for assistance.