ADMISSION

A. ACADEMIC CALENDAR

The academic year consists of two semester and one summer. The first semester normally last from June to October while the second semester starts in November and ends in March of the following year. Summer classes begin in April and en in May. Each semestral or summer term consist of 52 hours of formal classroom instruction and periodic examinations.

B. ADMISSION POLICY

Admission presupposes that a student’s application has satisfactorily met all the entrance requirements of the University.

Enrollment in the University is a contractual relationship between the student and the administration. A student is admitted with a definite understanding that he and his parents or guardians agree to comply with the scholastic standards of the University and its rules governing student behavior. The administration is empowered to deal with violations in accordance with its system of discipline and guidance.

Admission to the University is made with no discrimination on the ground of religious belief, race, sex, age, or physical disability.

A student seeking admission to the University must be a graduate of a standard secondary course offered by a duly recognized school and must have passed the NEU Admission Test. A student whose eligibility for admission has been verified must submit to the Registrar or through his authorized representative the following:

1.1. For PEPT and ALS A & E Qualifiers

Certificate of Rating issued by DepEd.

1.2. Incoming Freshman (tertiary)

General Requirements

Must submit the original and photocopy of the following:

  • Report Card (From-138

  • National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) Result

  • Health Certificate

1.3. Foreign Students

  • Original and photocopy of Transcript of Record (TOR)/ Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post situated in the applicant’s country of origin or legal residence

  • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)

  • Photocopy of Passport pages where name, photo, birth, date, and birthplace appear

  • Immigration Certificate of Residency (ICR) issued by the Commission on Immigration and Deportation (CID)

  • Permit to study issued by the Commission in Higher Education

  • Clearance from the Commission in Higher Education for transferring foreign student

  • Police Clearance issued by the Philippine National Police in the applicant’s country of origin or legal residence, authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post having consular jurisdiction over the said places.

1.4. Transferee

  • Transcript of Records (TOR) or Certificate of Grades

  • A weighted average of 85% or 2.00 or higher

  • Transfer Credential Certificate/ Honorable Dismissal

  • Admission Test with an average of 85% or higher

1.5 Additional Requirements

  • INC members must secure a certification of membership where the applicant is registered

  • Non-INC members must secure a recommendation letter from Local Resident Minister of Iglesia Ni Cristo nearest to the applicant’s residence.

  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from the last school attended.

  • Photocopy of NSO-authenticated Birth Certificate for undergraduate degree students only

  • Five (5) copies of recent 2×2 picture with printed name and signature of the applicant at the back

NOTE: Only duly authenticated documents are valid and accepted. Authorized authenticating agency is the Philippine Embassy/Consular Officials of the Philippines Foreign Service at the place of issuance or nearest to it and with English translation, If written in other foreign language.

1.6 Procedure for Admission

1. Initiate Application for Student Admission online.

  1. Go to URL address: http://www.automate.neu.edu.ph:8080/

  2. Click the module and log in as a New User and register as a New Applicant.

  3. Fill-out the application form labelled:

::: GENERAL STUDENT PERSONAL INFORMATION SHEET (GSPIS)

Note: Be sure to fill in all fields in red text, which are mandatory and click as necessary.

2. Print the accomplished form and submit to the Office of Student Admission & Financial Scholarship (OSAFS), NEU Main Campus together with the original and photocopy of the required supporting documents for approval of the application.

3. Upon approval of the application, pay the processing and NEU Entrance Test (NEET) fees at the Finance Cashier’s office.

4. Take the NEET at the Guidance and Counselling Center.

NOTE: The result of the admission evaluation is posted or uploaded in the NEU website (www.neu.edu.ph) or is inquired from the ASAFS.

5. Upon qualifying in the admission evaluation, secure the Enrolment Routing Form (NEU-RRMO ERF) and come for an interview at the Dean’s Office of the College that supervises the program being applied.

NOTE: Coordinate with the Dean’s Office for the schedule of interview documents on the scheduled date.

RETENTION POLICY

Student eligible for admission on the College of Business Administration is expected to pass all the enrolled subjects. To be retained and promoted in the College, the student must comply with the following conditions:

  1. GENERAL WEIGHTED AVERAGE.

A student must obtain an over-all GWA of 2.50 or above and a GWA of 2.5 or above in all professional courses (professional subjects; no major subject with a grade lower than 2.5)

  1. SCHOLASTIC DELIQUENCY.

If a student obtained a grade of 5.0/Dropped in one to three subjects in a semester, the student may be allowed to enrol on prohibition for two consecutive semesters.

If a student obtained a grade of 5.0/Dropped in more than three subjects in two consecutive semesters, the student will be oblige to shift to another academic program or to transfer to other school.

  1. WHRITTEN COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION.

During junior year, a student should apply for a Comprehensive Examination. The following are the requirements that should be met before applying for a Comprehensive Examination (CE):

a. No Incomplete grades in major subjects.

b. Payment of Comprehensive Examination fee.

In order to pass the CE, a student should get at least a grade not lower than 2.5.

STUDENT LOAD

  1. Maximum load allowed for a student depends on the major field of study the student is currently enrolled in. The following academic load must be observed:

     

PROGRAM

Maximum Number of Units per Semester

FIRST
YEAR

SECOND
YEAR

THIRD
YEAR

FOURTH
YEAR

BSBA Financial Management

20 units

20 units

18 units

18 units

BSBA Human Resource Development Management

20 units

20 units

18 units

15 units

BSBA Legal Management

18 units

18 units

18 units

18 units

BSBA Marketing Management

18 units

18 units

18 units

18 units

BS Entrepreneurship

18 units

18 units

18 units

18 units

BS Real Estate Management

18 units

18 units

18 units

18 units

  1. Students who have finished all the required major subjects are required to enroll in the 4-hour per week work education program, or business/livelihood program/seminar, or an equivalent of 100 hours business seminar.

  2. Feasibility Study is offered every semester. A student enrolled in the said subject is not allowed to overload with any subject to provide the student with ample research time.

  3. A student enrolled for Practicum should have a maximum academic load of 18 units.

  4. Only graduating students are allowed to overload their subjects upon the recommendation of the Department Chair of the Dean.

                                                                                        PRACTICUM

    PURPOSE

      1. To establish and implement an effective process of On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program taken by all 4th year students or students in their final year in the College of Business Administration from orientation, deployment, and reviewing performance of the student-trainees.

      1. This training aim to enhance the skills and competencies acquired by the students from the school by applying all the principles, concepts, and procedures learned in the classroom in the industry, governments, and other agencies. Also, this program provides opportunities for reflection, present a continual challenge to the student and incorporate active learning in all stages of experiential learning from planning to evaluation process.

    1. SCOPE

      1. This program is applicable to ALL 4th year students OR students in their final year in the College of Business Administration.

      1. All student-trainees shall experience the entire process from orientation, pre-deployment, deployment to the industry partners, and other requisites needed in compliance to the OJT program.

      1. The coverage of this OJT Program is valid only in one academic year.

    1. DEFINITIONS

      1. Course Title – refers to the title of the course.

      1. No. of Required Hours – refers to the required hours to be rendered by the student-trainees. In the case the implementation of the CMO, the minimum required training hours should be 600-hours (inclusive of Trainings, Outreach Activities, Seminars and Conferences).

      1. Off-Campus Training – refers to training activities done outside the NEU; participated by industry partners.

      1. OJT – is an acronym for On-the-Job Training. It applies both on-campus or off-campus training.

      1. On Campus Training refers to the training activities done within the New Era University (NEU) offices.

    1. RESPONSIBILITY

      1. Student Trainee / Advisee – shall be responsible for the compliance of the entire OJT Program.

      1. OJT Adviser shall be responsible for the implementation of the OJT Program in their respective advisees. Prepares Monthly Progress Report addressed to the College Secretary and the College Dean.

      1. OJT Coordinator shall be responsible for dissemination of information coming from the College Secretary and the College Dean to all OJT Advisers. Ensure that the entire OJT program is well implemented from the orientation, deployment and post-evaluation of the said program. Prepares Consolidated Monthly Progressive Report to be submitted to the College Secretary and to the College Dean.

      1. College Secretary shall be responsible for the evaluating the effectiveness and relevance of the OJT Program. Provide guidance, both spiritual and operational activities to ensure of smooth implementation of this program.

      1. College Dean shall be responsible for the entire process of the OJT program. Responsible for reviewing and approving proposals, projects and other related OJT activities.

    1. REFERENCES

      1. CMO No. 39, Series of

      2. PQUCOA Standards

      3. Student Manual

    1. GUIDELINES

      1. OJT Program Objectives

        1. In line with the College’s thrust to implement a systematic methodology of learning through competent and effective instruction to prepare students adequately for productive careers, this OJT program is designed for students enrolled in OJT to be able to:

          1. Cognitive

            1. Apply the theories and principles acquired during the completed courses under the program to an industry significantly related to curriculum of such program.

            2. Utilize the necessary professional skills required and the procedures suggested in performing office and administrative tasks.

            3. Supplement classroom instruction through the trainings and mentorship by industry practitioners.

            4. Develop rational decision-making when uncertainties and complexities in the offices arise.

          2. Technical

            1. Integrate unique Christian values to work ethics.

            2. Expose the students in the dynamic workplace through first-hand experience in the actual job setting.

            3. Familiarize with and organize pertinent documents and office records.

            4. Adapt to the challenges and demands of global and modern business practices.

            5. Demonstrate initiative, reliability, dependability and consistency in performing assigned tasks.

          3. Social

            1. Apply the theories and principles acquired during the completed courses under the program to an industry significantly related to curriculum of such program.

            2. Integrate unique Christian values to human skills manifested through communication and dealing with other individuals.

            3. Immerse in the organizational culture manifested by the norms, values and contingencies while doing diverse undertakings in the workplace.

            4. Demonstrate office and administrative work professionally with positive attitude and good behavior manifested by self-confidence and maturity.

            5. Evaluate different behaviors of individuals in an organization by communicating and working with them.

      1. Methods and Strategies

        1. Integrated Learning

          1. Theory Discussion

          2. Laboratory Simulation

          3. Office Training with Industry Linkage Partners

          4. On- and Off-Campus Activities

          5. Seminars/Workshops/Conferences

        1. Teaching Methods

          1. Lecture/Discussion

          2. Introduction of the Dynamic Workplace

          3. Demonstration on how to use Office Equipment and Technology

          4. Role Playing

          5. Group Discussions

          6. Problem Solving/Case Studies

      1. Course Outline

    Week

    Topic

    Facilitator/Dept.

    in Charge

    1

    Class Orientation

    • Discuss the highlights of the Practicum Manual

    • Entertain questions re Program Orientation

    • Discuss all activities for the AY

    • Explain grading system

    • Present schedule of fees

    The Student Trainee

    • Evaluation of the Mock Interview

    • Assess student deficiencies on prerequisites

    Practicum Adviser

    **

    2

    Professional Image

    • Personality Development

    • Hygiene

    • Working Smart

    • Business Etiquette

    Practicum Adviser

    **

    3

    Dynamic Workplace

    • Office Environment and Layout

    • Office Equipment

    • Health and Safety Measures in the Office

    HRDM

    4

    Frontline Service

    • Front Office Services

    • Customer Service

    • Telephone Etiquette

    HRDM/MM

    5

    Records Management and Clerical Work

    HRDM

    6

    Business Correspondences; Workplace Mail and Copying

    CBA Comm

    7

    Meeting and Event Planning

    HRDM/MM

    8

    Year-end Socializing

    9

    Stress Management

    Finance

    10

    Scheduling Appointments and Travel Arrangements

    HRDM/Finance

     

    11

    Work Ethics / Legal Matters

    • Harassment

    • Bullying

    • RA 9262

    LM

    12

    Leadership Training

    Student Orgs

    13

    Working with Teams

    • Team Alignment

    HRDM

    14

    Social Responsibility

    • Community Outreach

    HRDM/Finance

    15

    Globally Competitive Business Professional

    • Values of a Valued Office Worker

    • Adapting to global challenges

    • Developing cultural awareness and intelligence

    Partnership and Linkages

    Marketing

    16

    Financial Literacy and Management

    Finance

    17

    Job Search and Career Advancement

    • Professional Qualifications

    • Job Application Process

    • Drafting an Application Letter

    • Preparing a Resume

    • Tips on Job Hunting and Job Interview

    Practicum Adviser

    18

    Course Evaluation

     

      1. Rubrics

    Criterion

    No of Hours

    Percentage

    ON-CAMPUS

    200

    40%

    • PRE-DEPLOYMENT

      • Course Orientation; Office Simulation; and Mock Interview

      • Practicum (On-campus)

      • Pre-deployment evaluation

    100

    (20%)

    • CLASS PERFORMANCE

      • SAP 2

      • College In-House Training*

      • Community Outreach

      • Seminar/Conferences

        • On Campus

        • Off Campus

      • Weekly meeting and other required activities

    100

    35

    35

    5

    10

    15

    (6)

    (20%)

    OFF-CAMPUS

    400

    60%

    • PRACTICUM

      • OJT with Industry Partners

      • Evaluation of Immediate Supervisor

    400

    50%

    10%

    TOTAL

    600

    100%

    *minimum of two (2) trainings

        1. Midterm grades will be processed during the trainees completed all pre-deployment procedures and completion of all OJT related activities.

      1. General Rules

        1. On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program is a requirement taken by all 4th year students or those students in their final year in the College of Business Administration.

        1. Each practicum class shall have an assigned adviser, who will be chosen on the basis of experience, personality and ability to network. The faculty assigned must be approved by the Dean and will be called as OJT or Practicum Adviser.

        1. OJT Orientation shall be conducted by the College Dean or OJT Coordinator to discuss the expectations from trainees, faculty and the sponsor company with regard to OJT immersion.

        1. Prior to the off-campus deployment, OJT Coordinator/Adviser shall perform face-to-face interview with the trainees and mentor them about the areas requires improvement. Use Interview Rating Sheet (OJT FM 04 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0) to record the process. Thus, the interviewer may utilize the Interview Question Guide Assessment (OJT FM 04.2 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0)

        1. Trainees shall not be assigned to a company/offices wherein the evaluating officer is a relative (up to the 5th degree of consanguinity/affinity) or may significantly be influenced by a relative of the student. This rule also applies when there is a clear conflict of interest, e.g. neighbors or godparents. Violation of this rule, once proven, will nullify the grade earned by the student.

        1. All trainees shall meet with their respective advisers for monitoring, announcements, and deliberation of any concerns on the OJT Program once a week on any day determined by the College. Attendance to seminars, conferences and fora can be alternative to some, but not all, weekly meetings, as approved by the OJT Adviser/ Coordinator.

        1. The trainees shall secure the On-the-Job Training Activities (OJT FM 03 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0) this is to monitor the trainee’s progress and accomplishment. Thus, those progress and accomplishment, trainees shall provide documented evidence prior to OJT Coordinator / Adviser’s attestation/signature.

        1. Pre-deployment schedule shall be observed accordingly:

    1. Octoberian – the start of pre-deployment will start from month of October.

    2. Regular – the start of pre-deployment will start from the month of March.

        1. All Trainees shall ensure to complete all requirements based on the following stages:

          1. Prior to Pre-Deployment

            1. Trainees shall attend to the OJT Orientation. Provided by the CBA Placement and Training Office. “No Orientation – No Deployment” policy. Thus, students shall note that, “No walk-ins” shall be accepted during the OJT Orientation.

            2. Trainees shall submit the Updated Resume (CBA Institutional Resume – OJT FM 01 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0) and the OJT Training Program Orientation (can be found at the back of the OJT Guidelines) and the Waiver from the Students and Parents (OJT FM 13 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0).

            3. Once the documentation requirement has been received by CBA OJT Placement Office, OJT Coordinator / Adviser shall issue the Endorsement Letter (OJT FM 02 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0) indicating the 100-training hours and the period covered.

            1. If trainee is a working student, the following documentation requirement should be submitted in order to waived the 100-training hours.

    • Feedback Form

    • Trainer’s Assessment Report

    • Certificate of Employment and company ID

    • Accomplished and Signed OJT Acceptance Form (as indicated in the OJT Guidelines).

    • Updated Resume

            1. After the Pre-Deployment Cycle, trainees shall complete the required 100-training hours as indicated in the Endorsement Letter. However, in the extreme case only (example due to sickness or death of the family member), trainees may allow to extend their service up to five (5) days only. Failure comply shall indicate necessary penalty regarding this matter. Please see schedule of penalty, item 6.2 of this guidelines.

            1. Documentation Requirements

    • Feedback Form

    • Certificate of Completion

    • Trainer’s Assessment Report (TAR)

    • Weekly Accomplishment Report (WAR)

    • Signed Endorsement Letter

    • Accomplished and Signed OJT Acceptance Form (as indicated in the OJT Guidelines)

    • Resume

          1. Prior to Off-Campus Deployment (400-training hours)

            1. Prior to Face-to-Face to interview, the trainees shall ensure to present the following documentation requirement:

    • Completed 100-training hours.

    • Psychological Testing – to be administered in NEU Guidance and Counselling Department.

    • Copy of grades for completed courses certified by the University Registrar

            1. Trainees receiving a score of least 75% in the job interview assessment, shall be considered as having passed it, and can now secure a copy of the official Endorsement Letter (OJT FM 02 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0) from the OJT Coordinator / Adviser.

            1. The OJT Coordinator / Adviser shall ensure that the trainees shall be deployment to the office/company which they can be trained according to its area/program.

          1. During the Off-Campus Deployment (400-training hours)

            1. Trainees shall perform and give their best to the office/company where they assigned.

            2. Trainees shall attend to the following OJT Activities:

    • Attendance to REGULAR class session

    • Participation to University Jobs Fair

    • Participation to Community Outreach Program

    • In-House Training

    • Attendance to Seminars/Conferences (On-Campus and Off-Campus)

    • OJT Coordinator/Adviser shall visit trainees to their respective OJT locations (schedule of visit as per approved by the Dean). Use the Certificate of Appearance OJT FM 14 – 2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0 – to document the activities.

          1. After the Off-Campus Deployment (400-training hours)

            1. At the end of the training, trainees are required to complete his/her personal portfolio (This should be in this order)

    • Cover Page

    • Trainer’s Evaluation Report (Both 100 and 400 Hours)

    • Certificate of Completion (Both 100 and 400 Hours)

    • Weekly Accomplishment Reports

    • Time Card/Attendance Record

    • Endorsement Letter

    • Application Letter

    • Write Ups of Students’ Learning Experience (SLE)

    • Job Descriptions

    • Brief History or Description of Training Station

    • Certificate of Seminars Attended

    • Resume (with 2×2 colored picture)

    • Practicum Photos (In-campus and Out-campus)

    • SSS

    • PhilHealth

    • NBI/PoliceClearance

    • NSO Birth Certificate

    • Sample Projects / Outputs prepared (Example: Quality Plan, Training Plan, Marketing Plan, etc.)

      1. Conditions and Penalties

        1. A trainee with failing grades prior to the off-campus deployment, is not allowed to enroll OJT/Practicum. Thus, all process will have to start from zero.

        1. A trainee who does not submit all necessary documentary requirements (prior and after deployment process) on time to his/her OJT Adviser shall be required to render 20 hours of community service exclusive of the number of hours to be completed with the offices/company.

        1. During the pre-deployment stage, a trainee shall report to their respective offices within one-week upon issuance of Endorsement Letter (OJT FM 02–2016, Issue 1 – Revision 0). Otherwise, the allotted 100-training hours will add to the trainee’s off-campus training hours.

        1. Should a trainee transfer to another company without prior notice to the OJT Adviser, hours rendered in the previous company will be disregarded and will have to start from zero.

        1. Should there be complaint from the trainer of the cooperating office/ company, services of the trainee shall be terminated. Thus, trainee shall be penalized in accordance with the gravity of the offense. Penalty be determined and implemented by the OJT Council upon deliberation of such complaint.

        1. A trainee who fails to complete the required 600 OJT hours within the specified time will be penalized and shall to do community service in the university equivalent to the unrendered number of hours.

    1. STANDARD FORMS

    DESCRIPTION

    CODE

    CBA Institutional Resume

    OJT FM 01 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Endorsement Letter

    OJT FM 02 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    On-the-Job Training Activity Checklist

    OJT FM 03 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Interview Rating Sheet

    OJT FM 04 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Interview Question Guide

    OJT FM 04.01 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Certificate of Completion (On-Campus)

    OJT FM 05 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Trainee’s Assessment Result (On/Off Campus)

    OJT FM 06 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Weekly Accomplishment Report

    OJT FM 07 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Letter of Gratitude

    OJT FM 08 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    On-Campus Deployment Monitoring Sheet

    OJT FM 09 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    OJT Grading Sheet (On-Campus Deployment)

    OJT FM 10 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    OJT Grading Sheet (Off-Campus Deployment)

    OJT FM 11 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Pre-Deployment Feedback Form

    OJT FM 12 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Written Consent/Waiver

    OJT FM 13 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Certificate of Appearance

    OJT FM 14– 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Pre-Registration / Attendance Sheet

    OJT FM 15 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Schedule of Activities

    OJT FM 16 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Master List of Industry Linkages / Partner

    OJT FM 17 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Master List of NEU Offices and its Representatives

    OJT FM 18 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Memorandum of Agreement

    OJT FM 19 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    Master List of Student Trainees

    OJT FM 20 – 2016, Issue 1 / Revision 0

    C) REGISTRATION GUIDELINES

    Registration shall start two weeks before the official start of classes. Late registration shall be allowed with fine only within one week after classes have begun, after which no student shall be registered in any subject unless the Dean, after thorough deliberation of the case, permits the registration.

    No student enrolled in the University shall be simultaneously registered in another school without official approval of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

    1. Academic Load. A student shall be permitted to carry only the normal semestral load indicated in the curriculum. A student who needs to carry an overload must have a written request for subject overload to the Dean who makes the endorsement to the Registrar for approval.

    1. Pre-Requisite Subject. Subjects enrolled without the necessary pre-requisites shall not be credited regardless of the grades obtained. A student should observe the proper sequence of subjects in the curriculum.

    1. Change of Registration. A Student who has been officially enrolled and wishes to change his/her subject load by adding and/or dropping form to be approved by the Dean. The student must submit the form to the Accounting Office for adjustment of tuition fees and other charges. After this period, no student will be allowed to add any subject.

    No student shall be allowed to drop subject (s) one week after the scheduled mid-term examination. A student who drops a subject without the instructor’s and the Dean’s consent shall automatically be given a grade to 5.0

    1. Shifting of Course. A student who wishes to shift course must fill up the shifting form and secure the approval of the Dean of the former college and the Dean of the receiving college.

    1. Complete withdrawal of enrolment. Complete withdrawal or dropping of all subjects may be done by writing a letter stating the reason for withdrawal of enrolment signed by the student and the parent/guardian. This letter must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office and should be accompanied by a letter of the parent or guardian approving the student’s withdrawal of all subjects.

    1. Cross-Enrollment. A student may be allowed to cross-enroll under the following conditions:

    1. the subject(s) is/are not offered in the University during the particular term the student is enrolling.

    2. the subject(s) is/are offered but is/are in conflict with the schedule of another subject of the student.

    3. the student prefers to spend the school term in his home province or another religion and would like to make use of the time by taking some subjects, provided that the College should choose the school where its student should cross-enroll.

    Any student wishing to cross-enroll must fill out an application form to cross-enroll at the Dean’s Office and submit it to the Registrar’s Office for the transmittal to the school where the student wishes to cross-enroll.

    1. Transfer to another School. A student who wishes to transfer to another School must secure a clearance form from the Registrar’s office. This clearance form must be signed by authorized personnel of concerned offices before it is returned to the Registrar’s Office for the issuance of transfer credential.

    1. National Service Training Program (NSTP)

      1. The National Service Training Program under Republic Act 9163 also known as “An act Establishing the National Service Training Program (NSTP) for Tertiary Level Students, was signed into law on January 23, 2002, Amending for the Purpose Republic Act No. 1706, and for other Purposes”.

      2. The NSTP was designed to enhance the civic consciousness and defence preparedness in the youth be developing their ethics of service and patriotism by training them in any of the three program components: the Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), the Literacy Training Service (LTS), and the reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), especially designed to motivate, train, organize, and mobilize students for the well and good of the nation.

      3. CWTS provides an opportunity for students to share their time, talent, energy, and resources with marginalized communities/sector.

      4. LTS provides an avenue for the youth to share their literacy and numeracy to school children, out of school youth, and other segments of society.

      5. ROTC deals with military training that will motivate, train, organize, and mobilize students/youth for national defence preparedness.

    1. Physical Education (P.E) As prescribed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), all students must earn eight (8) units of credit under the Physical Education Program in order to graduate. P.E. is a prerequisite subject to the other P.E. courses, which may be taken in any order.

    D) POLICIES RELATING TO SCHOLASTIC WORK

    1. Credit. The units credit in the University is the semester-hour. One lecture hour is equivalent to one unit. Three laboratory hours are equivalent to one unit. No credit shall be given to subjects taken before the pre-requisite subjects.

    1. Class Attendance. Tardiness of more than 15 minutes in any class shall constitute an absence. Absence from class for more than 20% of the total class hours required may be ground for the instructor to drop or fail the student, unless decided otherwise by the instructor and the Dean after thorough deliberation.

    1. Grading System. Grading should be a product of a scholastic work and not be computed on the basis of attitude or behaviour except in elementary where values is being taught in one of the subjects through which the student’s behaviour can influence his/her academic rating. No addition or deduction should be made on the basis of attitude of students inside the classroom.

    A student’s work shall be graded at the end of each school term in accordance with the following system of grading:

    97-100

    1.00

    Superior

    94-96

    1.25

    Very Good

    92-93

    1.50

    Good

    89-91

    1.75

    Above Average

    86-88

    2.00

    Average

    83-85

    2.25

    Satisfactory

    81-82

    2.50

    Fair

    78-80

    2.75

    Pass

    75-77

    3.00

    Failure

    Below 75

    5.00

    1. Examinations. There are two regular comprehensive examinations in a given school term-the mid- term examination and the final examination.

    Examination permit must be secured from the accounting Office and must be presented during the actual examination. Students without the required permit may be allowed to take the examination but his grade shall be withheld until school fees have been paid.

    Make up examination may be arranged with the instructor.

    5. Scholastic Delinquency. A student must get a grade of 3.0 or better I at least 50% of the total number of units, including Physical Education and NSTP, for the entire academic year, including summer term. Otherwise, he shall not be readmitted to the University.

    However, a student who fails in more than 50% of his total registered units may be readmitted on probation for two consecutive school terms upon approval of the Dean.

    6. Graduation Requirements. No student shall be recommended for graduation unless he/she has satisfied all academic and other requirements prescribed for graduation.

    Candidates for Graduation must file a request for evaluation of grades with the Registrar’s Office at least two semesters before the expected date of graduation to give time for completions of possible deficiencies. All candidates for graduation must have their deficiency completed and their records cleared not later than three months before the end of their last semester, is currently enrolled. Graduating students are required to file an application for graduation with the Registrar’s office within a specific period determined by said office.

    7. Graduation with Honors. The criteria for honors are applicable to graduating students in the regular collegiate level including students in the College of Law, who are cleared of their academic and financial obligations. Students under the online system are excluded from these criteria.

    1. All college/tertiary subjects taken, whether or NOT credited in the course of the candidate for honors, must conform with the minimum-lowest-grade-obtained requirements and with the general weighted average, as follows:

     


    BACCALAUREATE DEGREES

    Summa Cum Laude – 1.00 to 1.25 without grade lower than 1.75

    Magna Cum Laude – 1.2501 to 1.5 without grade lower than 2.00

    Cum Laude – 1.501to 1.75 without grade lower than 2.25

     

    1. The candidate for honors must have finished the course within a period not exceeding the number of years required of his/her program, i.e., 5 years for Engineering courses and 4 years for all the rest of the programs except when the candidate has been approved for leave of absence (LOA) by his/her College Dean for a total period of not exceeding one academic year.

    2. In compliance with the residence requirements, the candidate for honors must have completed a minimum of 75% of the required subjects of his or her course in the New Era University.

    3. The candidate for honors must have passed the National Service Training Program (NSTP). No failed or dropped grade in any and all subjects taken at New Era University and/or from other schools, whether or not credited in his program.

    4. Retification of grades must be undertaken following the policy on retification and within one year after the subject was taken.

    5. The candidate for honors should have no major derogatory record with the Office of Student Discipline (OSD) during the entirely of his or her stay in the New Era University.

    E. SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDY GRANTS

    SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    Effective Academic Year 2000-2001

    TYPES

    1. ACADEMIC SCHOLARS purely honorific, no tuition fee reduction

    1. President’s List. Average of 1.5 or better; no grade lower than 2.0; not less than 18 units.

    2. Dean’s List. Average of 1.51-1.75; no grade lower than 2.25; not less than 18 units load.

    Academic Scholars may apply for university scholarships for subsidy.

    1. UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS

    A.1 CHED mandated scholarships

    A.1.a. P.D 451 – free scholarships (waiving all fess) to poor but deserving students at the ratio of one (1) free scholarships for every 500 pupils/student enrolled.

    A.1.b. P.D. 577 – free tuition fee for dependents of military personnel who died in the line of duty.

    A.2 NEU Socialized scholarship program – financial assistance to be given to poor but deserving students.

    A.3 BEM Scholarship Granted to BEM Students

    IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES FOR UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

    1. Qualifications Requirements

    1. Must have at least one (1) year residence at NEU.

    2. Must be of good moral character.

    3. Must never have been subject to disciplinary action for grave misconduct in NEU

    4. Must be financially needy- not more thanp10,000/ month/capita family income/ (per capita income=total income of working members of the family/no. of legal dependents)

    5. Standard grade requirement – must have weighted average of 2.0 r better and no grade lower than 2.25 during previous semester. (collage) and

    6. 90 or better and no grade lower than 85 during the previous school year. (elementary and high school)

    7. Must have enrolled in at least 18 units during the previous semester

    8. must be a Filipino

    1. Documents Required

    1. Certification of good moral character by the pastor of locale for inc, Barangay clearance for non-inc

    2. Certification of good moral character of good moral character form osd.

    3. Latest BIR income tax return (ITR) of parents and siblings living together in one household or BIR exemption certificate or w2 for those without regular employment

    4. Certified true copy of previous semester’s grade. (College)

    5. Report Card of the previous School Year (Elementary & High School)

    1. Application Procedure

    1. Secure application form NEU f-8b rev.00 form the registrar’s office.

    2. Submit the accomplished from together with required documents to the registrar’s office on or before the scheduled deadline for application is two (2) weeks after the first day of classes.

    3. Interview by the scholarship committee

    1. Selection of Scholars Procedure

    1. Applicants are ranked form te highest to lowest based on the total score for academic competence and financial needs.

    2. Computation

    b.1 The weighted academic averages are assigned the following points


    COLLEGE

    HIGH SCHOOL and ELEMENTARY GRADE

    POINTS

    1.0

    99-100

    6

    1.25

    97-98

    5

    1.5

    95-96

    4

    1.75

    93-94

    3

    2.0

    91-92

    2

    1

    b. 2 Financial need- per capita income (average monthly income) are assigned the following points.

    Above-10,000

    Disqualified

    8,501-10,000

    1

    7,001-8,500

    2

    5,501-7,000

    3

    below-5,500

    4

    1. Duration

    -one (1) semester for college

    -one (1) school year for Elementary and High School

    6. Additional information

    1. The scholarship is to be for one semester only but a scholar may reapply and complete for the scholarship during the succeeding semester

    2. For qualified scholars for the first semester, it will be carried through the second semester

    3. An academic scholar may apply for a financial scholarship

    4. No student may enjoy more than one scholarship involving tuition fee discounts or other financial aid

    5. All scholarships must be applied for not later than two(2) weeks after official start of classes

    6. The university reserves the right to cancel any scholarship already granted to a student who has been proven guilty of gross misbehavior or violation or any university regulation governing student conduct.

    Note:

    Application for Financial Scholarships (NEU f-8b-rev.00) can be secured at the registrar’s office

    Types

    1. Academic Scholars

    1. Presidents’ list

    2. Dean’s list

    II. University scholars

    A1. DECS mandated scholarship- p.d.451 and p.d.557

    A2. NEU socialized scholarship

    A3. BEM scholarship

    A4. Special scholars

    1. entrance scholar- valedictorian and salutatorian of a recognized school

    2. athletes/varsity players

    3. school organ scholars -editor in chief

    4. ROTC officers

    5. student assistantship

    6. scholarship for faculty, staff and non-ministers

    7. discount to legal dependent of faculty, staff and ministers inc.

    III. Scholarship sponsored by government and private agencies

    1. CHED-STUFAPS

    2. USVA/PVAO

    3. PTAs scholar

    4. City Government scholar

    5. EGM Grantees

    6. Pre-paid Educational Plan

    7. Others

    FINANCIAL INFORMATION

    1. PAYMENT OF FEES

    1. FULL PAYMENT. Full payment upon enrollment is subject to a 5% discount. Registration, laboratory, and other miscellaneous fees are not subject to discount, discount shall not be granted to late enrollees

    2. INSTALLMENT PAYMENT.75% of tuition fees shall be paid upon registration. miscellaneous fees and the other charges shall be paid in midterm, and the remaining balance of 25% of the tuition fees shall be paid in the finals.

    1. REFUNDS

    1. Complete withdrawal during a regular semestral term. A student who has paid the matriculation fees in full but wishes to leave the school for valid reasons, as decided but the dean, shall be entitled to a refund of the matriculation fees on the following conditions.

    1. If withdrawal is made during the enrollment period and before the official opening of classes. the student may be refunded the full amount of the registration fees.

    2. If withdrawal is made within the first week of classes, the student shall be charged an amount equivalent to 10% of the total charges for the whole semester, regardless of whether he/she actually attended classes

    3. If withdrawal is made during the second week of classes, the student shall be charged an amount equivalent to 20% of the total charges for the whole semester, regardless of whether he/she actually attended classes.

    4. If withdrawal is made after the second week of classes the student sall be charged the total amount due for the whole semester, regardless of whether he/she actually attended classes.

    1. Complete Withdrawal During a Summer Term. A student who has paid the matriculation fees in full but wishes to leave the school for valid reasons, as decided bt the dean, shall be entitled to a refund of the matriculation fees on the following conditions:

    1. If withdrawal is made during the enrollment period and before the official opening of classes, the student may be refunded the full amount of the registration fees.

    2. If the withdrawal is made within the first or second day of classes, the student shall be charged an amount equivalent to 10% of the total charges for the whole semester, regardless of the whether he/she actually attended classes.

    3. If the withdrawal is made during the third and fourth days of classes, the student shall be charges an amount equivalent to 20%of the total charges for the whole semester, regardless of whether he/she actually attended classes.

    4. If the withdrawal is made after the fourth day of classes the student shall be charged the total amount due for the whole semester, regardless of whether he/she actually attended classes.