Pasig Catholic College

Pasig City, Metro Manila
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>Type: Private College
>Entrance exam: Required
>Religious affiliation: Catholic
>Term structure: Semester
>School year: starts in June

Tuition fees

Bachelor's degree ₱ 48,000-56,000 per year
Master's degree ₱ 21,500 per year

Courses offered

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 Secondary Teacher 72%
Very Good
187 of 1225 schools
Licensure Exam for Elementary Teacher 50%
Above Average
403 of 1037 schools
CPA Licensure Exam 14%
Below Average
249 of 389 schools
Licensure Exam for Psychometricians 14%
Poor
202 of 213 schools


Location

Address:
Pasig Catholic College
Justice Ramon Jabson Street, Malinao, Pasig City, 1600 Metro Manila



Scholarships at Pasig Catholic College

1. President’s Scholarship

When Msgr. Gerardo O. Santos assumes his office as President of Pasig Catholic College from 2004 to date, the President’s Scholarship Grant became an additional reform which was brought about by his administration. This scholarship grant is open to financially underprivileged students who wish to avail of the kind of quality Catholic education, PCC offers it's community. Students who are interested to avail of this scholarship grant must maintain an active participation in their respective parishes and/or community, to be able to earn or secure their parish priest’s recommendation.

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:

BASIC EDUCATION

• Letter of Application (to be submitted to the President’s Office)
• Form 138
• Certificate of Indecency
• Recommendation letter from their Parish Priest
• Complete Address and Sketch of Residence
• Contact number and contact person (parent/spouse/sibling) and relationship

GENERAL CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY

• Must not be a recipient of any scholarship grant
• Must belong to the community’s indigent families whose gross annual income is not exceeding Php 120,000.00
• GRANTEE MUST NOT BE A DEPENDENT OF ANY PCC EMPLOYEE
• ONLY ONE PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP GRANT SHALL BE GRANTED PER FAMILY
• SCHOLARSHIP GRANT FOR COLLEGE IS GOOD FOR 1 SEMESTER; RENEWABLE; FOR BED GRANTEES – 1 YEAR.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• A President’s scholar from the College Department must render service to their parish or community for at least 30 hours/semester. Services can be rendered in the form of the following: altar server, commentator, reader, choir member, program emcee, or serve in any department of the school – as needed and approved by the department concerned.
• Must report to the Guidance Office on a regular basis, for monitoring and mentoring.
• Must take active participation in the Tutorial Program of the Guidance and Counseling, to render tutorial services to students who have academic difficulty, hence.
• Must take part in the Promotion of the school programs.
• Must take active participation in all school/Guidance/OSA activities.
• Must exhibit propriety of behavior at any given time.
• Must serve as role model for other PCC students.
• Must submit an accomplished time sheet, duly signed by the supervising parish/office personnel and a weekly accomplishment report to the Guidance and Counseling Office.
• Any violation to school rules, regulations and/or policies would mean cancellation and non-renewal of scholarship grant.

2. Bishop Francisco San Diego (Dean’s Lister)

The College Department provides financial assistance to students enrolled in the department who shall meet specific criteria in order to qualify as Dean’s Lister. The scholarship is offered to college students who have at least one semester of residency and have maintained general weighted average of 1.4 or 91% and no grade below 2.0 or 85% in all enrolled subjects.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• A Dean’s Lister Scholar must render service to their parish or community for at least 30 hours/semester. Services can be rendered in the form of the following: altar server, commentator, reader, choir member, program emcee, or serve in any department of the school – as needed and approved by the department concerned.)
• Must report to the Guidance Office on a regular basis, for monitoring and mentoring.
• Must take active participation in the Tutorial Program of the Guidance and Counseling Office to render tutorial services to students who have academic difficulty, hence.
• Must take part in the Promotion of the school programs.
• Must take active participation in all school/Guidance activities.
• Must exhibit propriety of behavior at any given time.
• Must serve as role model for other PCC students.
• Must submit an accomplished time sheet, duly signed by the supervising parish/office personnel and a weekly accomplishment report to the Guidance and Counseling Office.
• Any violation to school rules, regulations and/or policies would mean cancellation and non-renewal of scholarship grant.

3. Fr. Cornelis de Brouwer (Academic Scholarship)

The Belgian CICM missionaries built a Catholic school to teach children the love of God while passing on the cultural heritage and tradition of the centuries. Rev. Fr. De Brouwer himself founded Pasig Catholic School, now known as Pasig Catholic College, known as “Escuela Catolica” in the 1900’s. Academic Scholarship provides scholarship grant to intellectually deserving students desirous of quality Catholic Education. The grant includes 100% tuition fee discount for First Honor students and 50% tuition fee discount for Second Honor students for Basic Education students. For college student, the grant includes full tuition and miscellaneous fees plus allowance for valedictorian and salutatorian High School graduates, as well as the students receiving honorable mention. Must be men and women of moral integrity and must not be subjected to any disciplinary case.

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:

COLLEGE STUDENTS

• Accomplished application form
• 2×2 colored ID picture
• An application letter
• Certificate of academic status issued by the principal
• Form 138
• Certificate of good moral character
• Pass the qualifying examination

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

COLLEGE

• An academic scholar must render service to their parish or community for at least 30 hours/semester. Services can be rendered in the form of the following: altar server, commentator, reader, choir member, program emcee, or serve in any department/unit of the school – as needed and approved by the department concerned.).
• Must report to the Guidance Office on a regular basis, for monitoring of grades and mentoring.
• Must take active participation in the Tutorial Program of the Guidance and Counseling Office to render tutorial services to students who have academic difficulty, hence.
• Must take part in the Promotion of the school programs.
• Must take active participation in all school activities.
• Must exhibit propriety of behavior at any given time.
• Must serve as role model for other PCC students.
• Must submit an accomplished time sheet (monitoring sheet), duly signed by the supervising parish/office personnel to be submitted to the OSA and a weekly accomplishment report to be submitted to the Guidance and Counseling Office.
• Any violation of school rules, regulations and/or policies would mean cancellation and non-renewal of scholarship grant.

4. Fr. Urbain Timmermans and Fr. Victor de Klerck (Equity Scholarship)

They both built the first two buildings of Pasig Catholic College, the one in the patio in 1931 to 1932 and the old elementary school building (old Urbano Building) in 1933 to 1939. Equity Scholarship is granted to financially disadvantaged but intellectually deserving students who obtained a general weighted average of at least 88% in Form 138 and 1.5 or 90% for college students. They must belong to a family whose gross annual income does not exceed Php 120,000.00. Five (5) scholarship slots are available to qualified grade school and high school students who intend to pursue his/her studies in PCC and ten (10) scholarship slots are available to qualified college students.

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

COLLEGE

• Letter of Application
• Accomplished application form
• 2×2 colored ID picture
• Form 138
• Good Moral Certificate
• Barangay Certificate of Applicant
• ITR of parents or Certificate of Indecency
• Sketch of Residence

Guidelines

• The grantee must be enrolled in regular required load in any of the five – year, four – year and two – year program offered in the department.
• The grantee is entitled to 100% miscellaneous fee and tuition discount. The basis of the discount will be the load enrolled in the previous semester. He/she must have no failure or incomplete grade in any of the enrolled subjects in any of the semester and during the entire period of his/her stay in PCC.
• Must be men and women of moral integrity and must not be subjected to any disciplinary case.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• An Equity scholar must render service to their parish or community for at least 30 hours/semester. Services can be rendered in the form of the following: altar server, commentator, reader, choir member, program emcee, or serve in any department of the school – as needed and approved by the department concerned.)
• Must report to the Guidance Office on a regular basis, for monitoring and mentoring.
• Must take active participation in the Tutorial Program of the Guidance and Counseling Office, to render tutorial services to students who have academic difficulty.
• Must take part in the Promotion of the school programs.
• Must take active participation in all school/Guidance activities.
• Must exhibit propriety of behavior at any given time.
• Must serve as role model for other PCC students.
• Must submit an accomplished time sheet, duly signed by the supervising parish/office personnel and a weekly accomplishment report to the Guidance and Counseling Office.
• Any violation to school rules, regulations and/or policies would mean cancellation and non-renewal of scholarship grant.
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