Isabela State University - Cauayan City Campus

Cauayan City, Isabela
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>Type: State University
>Entrance exam: Required
>Religious affiliation: Non-sectarian
>Term structure: Semester
>School year: starts in August

Tuition fees

Included in the Free Tuition Lawinfo
Bachelor's degree ₱ 8,000-10,000 per year
Master's degree ₱ 6,000-9,600 per year

Courses offered

Centers of Development

Board exams performance

Displaying the passing rates of First Time Examinees only.
Based on the results of the past 4 exams of each board exam.
Exam Passing Rates
(first timers)
Rank in Philippines
Licensure Exam for Elementary Teacher 69%
Very Good
147 of 1044 schools


Location

Address:
Isabela State University - Cauayan City Campus
Cabatuan Road, San Fermin, Cauayan City, Isabela 3305



Scholarships at ISU Cauayan City

I. UNIVERSITY SPONSORED SCHOLAR

1. Entrance Scholarship

This type of scholarship is given to entering freshmen who graduated as valedictorian or salutatorian for a class with not less than 30 students, from a recognized public or private schools.

The scholarship is applicable for one semester in both graduate and under graduate levels

And the scholars may qualify for the next semester as university or college scholars if they are able to obtain the general weighted average required for the scholarship.

2. University Scholarship

The scholarship is given to any students who obtain a general weighted average of 1.50

Or higher and carries at least 18 units of academic load or prescribed units in the academic program during the preceding semester.

3. College Scholarship

The scholarship is given to any student who obtained genera! Weighted average of 1.75

But not higher than 1.50 and carries at least 18 units of academic load or prescribed units in the academic program during the preceding semester.

4. Graduate Scholarship

The scholarship is given to a graduate student who graduated with honor in his

Baccalaureate degree and maintains a general weighted average og 1.25 or higher each semester.

5. Developmental Programs (Agriculture and other related programs)

The assistance is offered to students who enroll as freshmen in courses such as BS in

Agriculture, BS Animal Husbandry, BS Agribusiness, BS Agricultural Engineering, BS Forestry, Bachelor of Agricultural Technology, BS Fisheries and Diploma in Agricultural Technology.

The students must enroll a minimum academic load of 18 units for every semester, and must not have failing, incomplete or conditional grades in the preceding school semester.

Students who will later shift to other non-developmental courses automatically forfeit their privileges. They have to refund all fees they availed of as scholars.

6. Athletic Assistance

This assistantship is awarded to athletes who carry a maximum academic load of 15 units

And have participated in the University/Campus sports competition during the preceding semester and won in the regional/national competitions.

7. Student Publication

The scholarship is awarded to members of the campus student publication staff. Each staff maintain a minimum academic load of 15 units/ semester and must not incur a failing, incomplete or conditional grade.

8. Socio-cultural Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded to students who are official members of the sicio-cultural

Group ad who have won in the regional/national competitions.

Each scholar must maintain a minimum academic load of 18 units and must not incur a failing, incomplete or conditional grade in the preceding school semester.

9. Handicapped Scholarship

The scholarship is offered to students with any of the following handicaps as certified by the campus physician:

• Crippled
• Visually impaired
• Hearing impairment
• Other physical disabilities

The scholar must not incur failing, incomplete or conditional grades.

10. Student Organization Scholarship

The scholarship is given to students who occupy major positions in the Supreme Student Council Federation such as President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Auditor while for the Student Supreme Council (SSC) and the Student Body Organization (SBO) the scholarship is given to the President of the Supreme Student Council and Student Body Organization President of the Campus.

11. Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC)

This scholarship is offered to the cadets or cadettes who occupy any of the five major positions in the ROTC. They must carry a minimum academic load of 15 units and must not have a failing, incomplete or conditional grades in the preceding school semester.

12. Faculty Employee Dependent’s Assistance (FEDA)

The assistance is offered to students who are legal dependents of bonafide faculty member or employees the University.

The scholar must not incur any failing, incomplete or conditional grades.

13. Assistance to Landowners & Tenants Beneficiaries

This is given to the immediate family member of the landowners/donors/tenants of the university.

14. Student Assistantship

As provided for the in the Nation Compensation Circular No. 64 (1990), student assistance may be hired to render emergency or temporary service for the following reasons:

• To provide practicum training for students.

• To provide extra income for students

• To emphasize dignity in labor

Qualifications

Applicants for student assistantships should:

• Carry out more than 21 units including specialization or professional courses.

• Belong to upper class year level – sophomore, junior, senior.

• Have no failing grades in the preceding semester and with a General Weighted Average (GWA) of 2.75.

• Not be enrolled in On-the-Job- (OJT)n, field practice or internship

• Submit parent’s letter of consent

• Possess good moral character and have no record of disciplinary case filed against her/him

• Show ethics in manner of dressing, talking and in dealing with people.

• Preferably belong to the lower socio-economic status (certification issued by the Barangay Captain is needed as a proof of this claim)

A certification of grades to be submitted to the Scholarship Coordinator must come from the office of the Registrar.

II. GOVERNMENT SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIPS

1. Barangay Official Dependent Assistance (BODA)

2. Sangguniang Kabataan (SK)

3. Provincial Scholarship

4. Department of National Defense – Commission on Higher Education – Philippine Association of State Universities & Colleges (DND – CHED – PASUC)

5. Congressional Scholarship

6. Commission on higher Education – Regional Scholarship Program (CHED – RSP)

7. Department of Science & Technology (DOST)

8. Citizens Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Party list

9. National Tobacco Administration-State University & College – Commission on Higher Education (NTA-SUC-CHED)

10. Pres. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo – Ladderized Education Program (PGMA-LEP)

11. Butil Farmer’s Party list

12. (APEC) Party list

13. CHED – Tulong Dunong

14. Municipal/City Government Scholarship

15. Senate Scholarship

16. Dy, Enrile, Albano, Roxas (DEAR) Scholarship

III. NON-GOVERNMENT SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIPS

1. Aral – Kabuhayan (Jollibee Group of Companies)

2. Pioneer – Alay Karunungan sa Maisan

3. Gen. Salvador Mison

4. World Vision

5. Alindada Personal Scholarship

6. LEADS Agri-Angat Pinoy

The following are considerations on scholarship grants:

1. All government and non-government-sponsored scholarships must be properly endorsed to the Chief of Scholarship Unit of the OSS who will coordinate with the Accounting office for the specified privileges of the grantee/s.

2. A student cannot enjoy two (2) scholarships with the same privileges at the time. However, if the scholarship are complementary in nature (i.e. The privileges it offers are intended for tuition and the other is intended for miscellaneous fees) then a student can apply for the two scholarships at the same time.

3. All scholarship are good for one semester only and are subject for renewal.

4. Deadline for recognition and renewal of scholarship is before the preliminary examination of the current semester/term.
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