Tarlac State University

Tarlac City, Tarlac
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Type of school: State University
Religious affiliation: Nonsectarian
Term type: Semester (2 terms per year)
Entrance exam: Required
Gender admission: Men & Women
Website: www.tsu.edu.ph

Tuition fees:

Bachelor's degree ₱ 18,000-22,000 per year
Master's degree ₱ 5,800-13,000 per year

Courses offered at Tarlac State University:

Rankings:

Based on the FindUniversity.ph Weighted Board Exams Ranking
Rank in Tarlac 1 out of 3 schools view
Rank in Central Luzon 7 out of 19 schools view
Rank in Philippines 116 out of 259 schools 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 Rates
(first timers)
Rank in Philippines
Electronics Technicians Board Exam 89%
Very Good
42 of 148
Nurses Licensure Exam 87%
Very Good
94 of 382
Mechanical Engineer Licensure Exam 78%
Above Average
35 of 125
Master Electrician Licensure Exam 72%
Above Average
62 of 150
Electrical Engineer Licensure Exam 71%
Below Average
81 of 145
Licensure Exam for Elementary Teacher 68%
Above Average
274 of 1003
Licensure Exam for Secondary Teacher 66%
Above Average
303 of 1119
Real Estate Broker Licensure Examination 64%
Above Average
59 of 286
Architect Licensure Exam 52%
Below Average
56 of 71
Civil Engineering Licensure Exam 50%
Above Average
77 of 195
CPA Licensure Exam 46%
Above Average
111 of 332
Master Plumber Licensure Exam 42%
Above Average
41 of 104
Chemistry Licensure Exam 40%
Below Average
25 of 33
Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Exam 38%
Below Average
120 of 164
Guidance Counselor Licensure Exam 36%
Below Average
34 of 41
Licensure Exam for Psychometricians 33%
Below Average
106 of 185
Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Exam 28%
Above Average
64 of 153


Location

Address:
Tarlac State University
Romulo Boulevard, San Vicente, Tarlac City, 2300 Tarlac



Scholarships at Tarlac State University:

1. Honorific (Entrance) Scholarship – given to high school graduates entering college with discounts as follows:

A. Valedictorian- full cost of tuition fee.

B. Salutatorian – half cost of tuition fee.

2. University Scholarship (full cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees) – given to students with grade point average of 1.45 or better with no failing grade, no incomplete in any subject with full academic load as prescribed by the course curriculum and of good moral character.

3. College Scholarship (half cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees) – given to students with grade point average of 1.46 to 1.75, with no failing grade, no incomplete in any subject with full academic load as prescribed by the course and of good moral character.

4. Other scholarships and privileges - 100% tuition and miscellaneous fees to the following:

A. Members of the National Commission on Indigenous people.

B. Student Leaders such as SSC officers and Governors in each college.

C. TSU Board of Regents

D. TSU Performing Arts

E. Investment Scholarship Funds (ISF)

F. Athletics

• Gold Medalist – full cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees

• Silver Medalist – 75% cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees

• Bronze Medalist – 50% cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees

G. Editor-in-Chief (University Publication) – 100% cost of tuition fee.

H. ROTC Cadette Officer – 100% cost of tuition fee

I. Dependent Children of TSU Faculty/Personnel – 100% full cost of tuition fee.

5. GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Various government agencies also provide academic grants to students in the university. The applicants to these scholarships are screened by the concerned government agencies and the lists of qualified applicants are later forwarded to the university.

Below is a rundown, thus:

A. Scholarship through CHED student applicants may visit the student scholarship unit for the criteria and requirements.

• DND-CHED-PASUC Study Grant Program
• Full Merit
• Half Merit
• National Scholarship Program
• One-Town-One Scholar
• Student Assistance for Education (SAFE) for scholarship
• Scholarship Program for Indigenous and Ethnic People (SP-IEP)
• CHED Congressional District Scholarship Program
• CHED State Scholarship Program
• CHED Senate Scholarship Program
• Study Grant Program for the Dependent Children of the PNP Personnel
• Study Grant Program for the Senior Citizens or Elderly Persons
• CIBAC Party List
• BUTIL Party List
• DOST-SEI Scholarship
• GSIS Scholarship Program
• Overseas Workers Welfare Administration for Development Scholarship Program (OWWA – EDSP)

B. Local Government Scholarship Program

• Tarlac City Government Scholarship Program
• Local Government Unit of Camiling Scholarship Program
• Local Government Unit of Sta. Ignacia Scholarship Grant

C. PRIVATE SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIP

Students in the university are also granted scholarship by private institutions. Some of these are:

• Tarlac People’s Economic Council Foundation, Inc.
• Tarlac Lions Club Scholarship Program
• THS Batch ’60 Scholarship Program
• THS Batch ’63 Scholarship Program
• UNISON Co Memorial Scholarship Foundation
• Esperanza Paz Scholarship Program
• Aguman Capampangan Australia
• S.P.Q. Scholarship Program
• C.P.Q. Scholarship Program
• Engr. Eddie and Nina David Scholarship Program
• GELIO Scholarship Program
• Bernarda Pascual Scholarship Program
• SM Foundation, Inc.
• Student Assistantship
• SEEDS Program of Jollibee Food Corporation
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