Cagayan de Oro College-PHINMA Education Network

Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
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Tuition fees
Bachelor's degree ₱ 30,000-40,000 per year
Type of school: Private College
Religious affiliation: Nonsectarian
Term type: Semester (2 terms per year)
Entrance exam: Required
Gender admission: Men & Women
Total enrollment (AY 2013/14): 8,600 students
Website: www.coc.phinma.edu.ph

Courses offered at COC Cagayan de Oro:

Rankings:

Rank in Misamis Oriental 3 view
Rank in Northern Mindanao 5 view
Rank in Philippines 107 view

Board exams performance:

  • Displaying the passing rates of First Timers only
    (does not include people who took the exam for the 2nd or 3rd time)
  • Based on the results of past 4 exams of each board exam
Exam Passing Rate
(first timers)
Rank in Philippines
Criminologists Licensure Exam 87%
Very Good
25 of 405
Licensure Exam for Secondary Teacher 78%
Very Good
111 of 1088
Licensure Exam for Elementary Teacher 92%
Excellent
27 of 984
Real Estate Broker Licensure Examination 34%
Poor
253 of 291
Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Exam 27%
Poor
162 of 178
Civil Engineering Licensure Exam 67%
Very Good
37 of 195
Mechanical Engineer Licensure Exam 73%
Above Average
49 of 125
Electrical Engineer Licensure Exam 57%
Below Average
100 of 143
CPA Licensure Exam 77%
Excellent
22 of 333
Master Electrician Licensure Exam 18%
Poor
133 of 136
Nurses Licensure Exam 75%
Above Average
154 of 405
Architect Licensure Exam 66%
Average
35 of 69


Location

Address:
Cagayan de Oro College
Max Y. Suniel Street, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City, 9000 Misamis Oriental



Scholarships at COC Cagayan de Oro:

1. Dean’s List Full Scholarship

The scholarship is applied by the CSDL retention specialist for the qualifying students.

Benefit

• 100% coverage of the tuition for one semester

Eligibility

• The student must be one of the top 10 students on the Dean’s List. The official Dean’s List is generated by the Registrar’s Office every semester.
• The student must not be a recipient of another scholarship grant.

Maintenance

• The student must be one of the top 10 students on the Dean’s List.
• The student must not have a mark of incomplete, dropped, or failed.
• The student must have a full load (at least 21 units for an irregular student).
• The student must not have any disciplinary action.

2. Dean’s List Half Scholarship

The scholarship is applied by the CSDL retention specialist for the qualifying students.

Benefit

• 50% coverage of the tuition for one semester

Eligibility

• The student must be one of the top 11-25 students on the Dean’s List. The official Dean’s List is generated by the Registrar’s Office every semester.
• The student must not be a recipient of another scholarship grant.

Maintenance

• The student must be one of the top 11-25 students on the Dean’s List.
• The student must not have a mark of incomplete, dropped, or failed.
• The student must have a full load (at least 21 units for an irregular student).
• The student must not have any disciplinary action.

3. Presidential Scholarship

The Presidential Scholarship aims to admit the best students from national high schools into Cagayan de Oro College. COC invites the students it deems qualified.

Benefits

• 100% coverage of fees (tuition, miscellaneous, and laboratory) for the normal life of the program
• An allowance of PhP 4,000 every month for 10 months every school year

Eligibility

• The student must be a senior in a national high school or a science high school.
• The student must be one of the 10 best students of selected national high schools.
• The student must pursue Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED), Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED), or Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA).
• The student must pass the scholarship exam.

Maintenance

• The student must have a minimum GPA of 1.75.
• The student must not have a grade lower than 2.
• The student must not have a mark of incomplete, dropped, or failed.
• The student must have a full load.
• The student must not have any disciplinary action.
• The student must render 10 service hours per week.

4. Salutatorian Scholarship

Benefit

• 50% coverage of the tuition for the normal life of the program

Eligibility

• The student must be the salutatorian in a high school with at least 100 graduating students in his/her batch.

Requirements

The student must submit the following documents to the Scholarship In Charge at the CSDL Office on or before the start of enrollment:

• Certificate indicating that he/she is the salutatorian of his/her batch
• Form 137
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• NSO Birth Certificate

Maintenance

• The student must be a part of the Dean’s List.
• The student must not have a mark of incomplete, dropped, or failed.
• The student must have a full load.
• The student must not have any disciplinary action.
• The student must render 10 service hours per week.

5. Valedictorian Scholarship

Benefit

• 100% coverage of the tuition for the normal life of the program

Eligibility

• The student must be the valedictorian of a high school with at least 100 graduating students in his/her batch.

Requirements

The student must submit the following documents to the Scholarship In Charge at the CSDL Office on or before the start of enrollment:

• Certificate indicating that he/she is the valedictorian of his/her batch
• Form 137
• Certificate of Good Moral Character
• NSO Birth Certificate

Maintenance

• The student must be part of the Dean’s List.
• The student must not have a mark of incomplete, dropped, or failed.
• The student must have a full load.
• The student must not have any disciplinary action.
• The student must render 10 service hours per week.

Notes:

• If a scholar does not satisfy the conditions for maintenance of scholarship, he/she will be under probation on the next semester.
• While a scholar is under probation, he/she receives no scholarship for that term.
• The probationary status of a scholar is lifted the following semester if he/she satisfies the conditions for maintenance.

A scholar under probation who has not satisfied the conditions for maintenance of his/her scholarship for the following semester will be disqualified from the scholarship of which he/she availed.
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