Transferees are students who have enrolled or taken college or vocational units in other colleges, universities or vocational schools. Even applicants who apply as freshmen will still be considered transferees for as long as they have officially enrolled in any degree or certificate program in any school after high school.
- Transferees need to take and pass the FEU-CAT prior to evaluation as a requirement for admission. They also need to ensure that they pass the cut-off scores of the degree programs they are applying for. These can be verified at the Admissions office during their evaluation.
- Applicant transferees are required to submit the following to the Admissions & Financial Assistance office after receiving the entrance exam result notification letter for initial evaluation.
- Official Transcript of Records (TOR)/Scholastic Records/True Copy of Grades
- Certificate of Good Moral Character
- Certificate of Transfer/ Honorable Dismissal/ Transfer Credentials
- Course Description of courses taken and passed
- Photocopy of the NSO Birth Certificate
- Admission of transferees is determined by three offices. A transferee needs a positive recommendation from all three offices to be admitted to the university.
- Determines whether the transferee qualifies for a specific degree program.
- Checks completeness and correctness of the documents submitted for evaluation.
- Evaluates the Certificate of Good Moral Character submitted by the applicant.
- Conducts profiling of the applicant (below 18 years old should be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian)
- Provides short orientation on conduct and discipline policies of the university.
Institute Dean / Program Head
- Provides final approval for admission.