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1. The tuition fee for a full load in a particular semester is approximately Php 30,000.00, which may vary every year. In accordance with the University’s policy on “no tuition fee increase,” the applicable tuition fee on a student’s first year of law studies shall remain until his or her fourth year in law school.

 

2. All fees are computed per semester and may be paid in installment or in cash.

 

3. INSTALLMENT. After paying the entrance fee, the remaining school fees shall be paid in four (4) equal payments corresponding to the four (4) examination periods.

 

Exam Period

Payment

Prelim

25% of the total assessment plus old account, less down payment

Midterm

25% of the total assessment plus old account, less down payment

Semi-final

25% of the total assessment plus old account, less down payment

Final

25% of the total assessment plus old account, less down payment

 

4. DISCOUNT ON CASH PAYMENT. There is a 10% discount on tuition (excluding non-academic subjects), if the tuition is paid in full. Deadline for full payment will be posted on the bulletin board.

 

5. CHARGING OF FEES FOR WITHDRAWAL OR TRANSFER. A student who withdraws from any course shall be charged as follows:

 

Period

Charges

Enrolment period

Registration fees

Within first week of classes

10% of total tuition fees plus registration fees

Within second week of classes

20% of total tuition fees plus registration fees

After second week of classes

Full charges regardless of whether or not a student has actually attended classes.

 

Note: Students with dissolved subject/s should withdraw the subject/s before the prelim examination.

 

6. NON-PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS. The University administration reserves the right to withhold from the law student the issuance of transcript of records, certificate of transfer credential, certification of other records, and other academic credentials, unless the law student has fully settled his/her financial and/or property obligation with the University.

 

7. TUITION. A student who shall transfer to another school, or otherwise withdraws in writing within two (2) weeks after the beginning of class and who has already paid his or her tuition and other school fees in full, or for any length longer than one (1) month, may forfeit his or her tuition as follows:

 

  • 10% of the total amount due for the term if he/she withdraws within the first week of class; or

  • 20% of the total amount due for the term if he/she withdraws within the second week of classes and the student has actually attended classes.

  • However, if transfer or withdrawal is due to a justifiable reason, the student shall be charged the pertinent fees only up to and including the last month of attendance.