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									Section 5
Fees, Scholarships, and Payments

5.1    Tuition and special fees are posted on the administrative bulletin boards and the DLSU
       website prior to and during the enrollment period. It is the student’s responsibility to know
       the prescribed fees, scholarship grants, and payment policies.

5.2    The University, through the Scholarship and Financial Assistance (SFA) Office, offers
       scholarships to deserving students who pass the screening process. The various
       scholarship and financial assistance programs include the Star Scholarship, SFA grants,
       Academic Scholarship, Brother President Scholarship Program (BPSP), Military
       Scholarship (PD 577), Scholarship for Children of Faculty (SCF), athletic, cultural arts,
       and student publications grants, family tuition privilege for three or more children enrolled
       in DLSU, and the loan program. Interested students may inquire at the SFA Office for
       information.

       5.2.1   Loans are available to upperclassmen who cannot meet the deadline for
               payments of tuition. These are short-term loans which are interest-free if paid
               within the term.

       5.2.2   A loan can only be availed of once every school year and entails no processing
               fee.

       5.2.3   In order to enroll for the next trimester, loans obtained for a current trimester
               must be settled one week before the scheduled date of on-line enrollment for the
               succeeding trimester.

5.3    Students may also approach the Student Council to apply for the Student Council
       Assistance Fund.

5.4    All refund checks pertaining to undergraduate students will be payable to the
       parent/guardian on record.

       The release of student refund checks for those who dropped until the second week of
       classes will start on Week 5 of the trimester and for those who dropped after the second
       week will start on Week 10 of the trimester. Refund checks for ineligibles, complete
       withdrawals and other cases shall be made available ten (10) working days from receipt
       of the memo from the Office of the University Registrar.

       Claims for refund are made according to the following memorandum from the
       Commission on Higher Education:

               When a student registers in a school, it is understood that he is enrolling for
               the entire school year for elementary and secondary courses, and for the
               entire semester for collegiate courses. A student who transfers or otherwise
               withdraws, in writing within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who
               has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full for any
               length longer than one month, may be charged 10 percent of the total
               amount due for the term if he withdraws within the first week of classes, or 20
               percent if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he
               has actually attended classes. The student may be charged all the school
               fees in full if he withdraws anytime after the second week of classes.

               For summer classes, a student who transfers or otherwise withdraws may be
               given a full refund if he withdraws before the first day of class. Otherwise, he
               may be charged 10 percent of the total amount due for the term if he
               withdraws until the second day or 20 percent if he withdraws until the fourth
               day regardless of whether or not he has actually attended classes. The
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              student may be charged all the school fees in full if he withdraws anytime
              after the fourth day of class.

5.5   Students may opt to avail of the UCPB and UnionBank Over-the-Counter Collection
      Facility in paying their tuition and fees up to Week 2 of the trimester only. Guidelines and
      procedures are available at the Accounting Office and DLSU website. Students can claim
      their official receipts on the next banking day at the Student Services window of the
      Controller’s Office and are encouraged to keep their official receipts. There is a charge
      for the re-printing of official receipts.

5.6   Deadlines for payment of tuition and fees are posted on the administrative bulletin boards
      and printed on the student’s Enrollment Assessment Form (EAF). A student who has not
      paid anything on the stipulated deadline will be considered not enrolled. This will
      automatically result in the deletion of the student’s name from the official enrolment list.

      Such students will also be charged an amount equal to 10% of their assessment
      regardless of whether the student attended classes or not.

      These students need to file a leave of absence (LOA).

      Moreover, students with outstanding balances from previous trimesters will not be
      accommodated for current transactions unless they settle their previous accounts.

5.7   Leave of Absence (LOA)

      A student who files a leave of absence will be refunded if he/she submits his/her LOA
      form within the following dates:

          Before start of classes (Total payment less registration fee)
          First Week of the trimester (90% of the total assessment)
          Second Week of the trimester (80% of the total assessment)

      No refund will be made after the Second Week of the trimester except when the student
      is considered INELIGIBLE. In this case, the refund will be 100% of the total assessment
      or in the case of an installment basis, the amount to be refunded will be the amount paid
      by the student.

      A student who paid on installment basis and eventually files a leave of absence after the
      second week of classes will still have to pay the balance of the tuition and fees.

5.8   Returned Checks

      The responsibility of ensuring the check is good rests with the students. They should
      verify that their check has been honored by the bank and, in case it has been dishonored,
      should settle their account immediately by paying in cash. Failure to do so will
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      automatically result in the deletion of the student' name from the official enrollment list.

      The student who paid within the regular enrollment period and whose check was
      subsequently dishonored will incur a penalty of P 500.00. The following additional
      charges will be imposed if the said check was replaced within the following:

      Within the 1st week of classes:     P    200.00
      Within the 2nd week of classes:          300.00
      After the 2nd week:                     P 100.00 / working day of the delay

      Students whose checks have been dishonored twice during their entire stay in the
      University may no longer make subsequent payments using checks. Only cash and
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      manager' check will be accepted.
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5.9        Every student is covered by a Personal Accident Insurance. The coverage is 24 hours,
           on & off campus, for injuries caused by the accident. Benefits are as follows:

           5.9.1           Accidental Death and Reimbursement
           5.9.2           Medical Reimbursement
           5.9.3           Burial Expense
           5.9.4           Murder and Unprovoked Assault

                   Procedures to be followed when availing of student insurance:

                   1.      Submit the following documents to 1911 Insurance Corporation (JH202).
                           These documents must be submitted within one year from the date of the
                           accident. You may inquire about the amount you can claim from the
                           office.

                           I.       In cases of Accidental Death or Murder:

                                    a.      Death Certificate (certified true copy)
                                    b.      Accident Report or Police Report
                                    c.      Official Receipt of Burial Expenses

                           II.           In cases of Injury (Reimbursement of Medical Expenses
                                         Incurred)

                                    a.       Medical Certificate
                                    b.       Accident Report or Police Report
                                    c.    Original copy of Official Receipts of expenses (hospital
                                          bills, professional fee of doctors, medicine)

                   2.      Claim the check after two weeks at Window G of the Accounting Office.

             Exclusions:

             Suicide, bacterial infections, certain murder and assault, war or organized hostilities,
             strikes, nuclear radiation, professional athletics, mountaineering, scuba diving, aerial
             sports, racing, mine cave-ins.

5.10         All financial business is transacted through the Office of the Controller at the Student
             Services window.



                                 MODE OF PAYING TUITION AND FEES:

      1.   Full Payment:
           During summer classes for all year levels.
           Freshmen, transferees, and cross-enrollees shall pay in full every term for one year.
           Graduating students and upperclassmen with assessments of PhP 12,000.00 and below
           shall pay in full. Students may opt to pay in cash, check or manager’s check. For
           security reasons, payment by check is encouraged.

           a) Postdated and/or overstated checks and credit card payment are not accepted.
           b) Checks shall be currently dated and not stale (dated 6 months or more prior to the
             actual date of payment).
           c) Check alterations (e.g. misspelled words, wrong date, and wrong amount
             superimposed with the correct one) shall be signed by the authorized signatory.

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         d) At the back of the check, the following information shall be written correctly: Student
           Name, ID Number, Course/College, Telephone No. / Mobile No. and Home Address.

    2.   Installment Basis:
             a. An installment fee of P200.00 will be charged to the students.
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             b. Computation of 1 Payment:
                 Undergraduate: 60% of total assessment but should not be lower than PhP
                 12,000.00, + installment fee.
             c. The balance is payable on or before the set deadline.
             d. Sample Computation of Balance:

                 Assessment as per EAF:                                      52,690.00
                 Add: Manual Assessments:
                         Installment Fee                                        200.00
                 Total Assessment                                            52,890.00
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                 1 Payment on Installment:
                       (P52,690 x 60%)                                       31,614.00
                               Installment Fee                                  200.00
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                 1 Payment Total                                             31,814.00
                  nd
                 2 Payment Balance Due
                      (P52,690 x 40%)                                        21,076.00

             Note: Late payment, installment, and surcharges are separate assessments.

   Students paying on installment basis who fail to pay the balance on the stipulated deadline
   will be allowed to complete the remainder of the term. However, such students will not be
   allowed to enroll for the next trimester and their transcript of records and transfer credentials,
   certifications and other documents will be withheld until the balance is paid. In addition, a
   surcharge will be imposed upon payment of the balance.

   Late Payment Fees:

   On the Initial Payment: A deadline is set for paying the fees without surcharge. A Late
   Registration Fee (LRF) is imposed if payment is made after the deadline:

                 Start of Classes:                 P       200.00
                  nd
                 2 Week:                                   300.00
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                 3 Week:                                   400.00
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                 Beyond 3 Week                           400.00 + 100.00/working day of delay

   Students with scholarships must submit to the Student Services window their Financial
   Assistance Certification from SFA within the set deadline; otherwise, they will also be
   subjected to late payment fees.

   On the Balance: Any payment of the balances beyond the deadline will incur a penalty. The
   surcharge to be imposed is as follows:
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         Payment Within the 1 Week after the deadline: P       100.00
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         Payment Within the 2 Week after the deadline:         200.00
         Payment Beyond 2 weeks after the deadline:            300.00
                                               but in no case shall it exceed P 500.00

* Only the Cashier at the Accounting Office is authorized by the University to receive payments.
        Payments made to unauthorized persons will not be honored.


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