Admission Requirements

  • Accomplished Application Form
  • 2x2 Pictures ( red or blue Background (6 pieces) )
  • HS Card/TOR
  • Good Moral
  • NSO Birth Certificate (2 copies)
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Confirmation Certificate
  • NAT/NCAE Results

General Requirements for Freshmen Admission

High School graduates may be admitted as freshmen if they meet the following requirements:

  1. Must have a weighted general average of at least 80% in his/her Form 138.
  2. Must have passed the College Entrance test (CET) with an average of 1.5, 90% or better.
  3. Must have passed the initial interview with the Guidance and Counseling Office and the final interview with the Program Coordinators/Office of the Student Affairs (OSA).
  4. Must submit his/her baptismal and confirmation certificates (original and photocopies).
  5. If married, must submit marriage certificate issued by the Church.
  6. Must submit medical/health certificate for drug-free condition and from the other forms of illnesses.
  7. Must have a letter of good moral character signed by the high school principal or guidance counselor or its equivalent, or the school’s admission officer.
  8. Must Submit six (6) copies of 2×2 colored pictures with red/blue background.

If one of the first 2 requirements is not complied fully by the freshman applicant, the Head of the Student Affairs in his/her discretion may admit the student on condition that said students is given only one or two semester’s probation period.

The guidance Counselor and the Homeroom Adviser will follow up the standing of the said student.


General Requirements for Transfer Student

A student  with previous college work and who wishes to transfer to PASIG CATHOLIC COLLEGE must comply with the following requirements:

  1. He/she must present certified certified true copy of grades from his/her previous school. He/she must obtain a weighted general grade of 2.5, 80% or B, or better, for all the collegiate academic units he/she has taken outside Pasig Catholic College.
  2. He/she must have passed the College Entrance test (CET) with an average of 1.5, 90% or better.
  3. Must have passed the initial interview with the Guidance and Counseling Office and the final interview with the Program Coordinators/Office of the Student Affairs (OSA).
  4. He/she must submit Transfer Credentials ( Transcript off Records), Baptismal and Confirmation Certificates.
  5. If married, must submit marriage certificate issued by the Church.
  6. He/she must submit a medical/health certificate for drug-free condition and from other forms of illnesses.
  7. He/she must submit a letter of good moral character signed by the Dean or Guidance Counselor or Admission Officer of his/her previous universities or college.
  8. Must Submit six (6) copies of 2×2 colored pictures with red/blue background.
  9. He/she must complete in PCC not less than 50% of the units required in his/her program.

If one of the first 3 requirements is not complied with fully by the transfer student, the Head of Student Affairs in his/her discretion may admit the student on condition that the said student is given only one or two semesters of probation period. The  Guidance Counselor and the Homeroom Adviser will follow-through the standing of the said student.


Application Procedure

Submit the documents/requirements at the Guidance Office.

  • Fill out Pre-Application for Admission Form and submit it to the Guidance Office.
  • Pay Php 100.00 Testing Fee at the cashier.
  • Present the Official Receipt (OR) to the Guidance Office to secure Test/Examination Permit.
  • Take the College Entrance Test (CET) on the date scheduled.
  • Get the status (Pass/Fail) from the Guidance Office on the announced date for the release of results.
  • If accepted, applicants must submit the complete requirements. Upon submission, the student will be scheduled for an interview and screening with the Guidance Counselor and Head of Student Affairs.
  • After passing the interviews, the student will proceed to the Medical/Dental Clinic for medical check-up.

For Cross-Enrollees

Students from other institutions may cross-enroll in the school if properly recommended.

  • The students should present Permit to Cross-Enroll indicating the subject/s to be taken.

FOR PARTICULARS, please visit the:
ADMISSIONS OFFICE, Room. 104 Ground floor, Msgr. Sunga Bldg.
Direct Line: 642-7481
Trunk Line: 642-7451 / 640-1544 Local 136/164