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Tarlac Agricultural University

Camiling, Tarlac, Central Luzon


  • Type: State College

  • Entrance exam: Required

  • Religious affiliation: Non-sectarian

  • Term structure: Semester

  • School year: starts in June

Tuition Fees

Included in the Free Tuition Law

This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

Bachelor's degree:

₱ 12,000-14,000 per year

Master's degree:

₱ 5,100-9,300 per year

Courses Offered


Based on the Weighted Board Exams Ranking

Rank in Tarlac 3rd out of 3 schools View
Rank in Central Luzon 19th out of 23 schools View
Rank in Philippines 194 out of 273 schools View

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


Address: Tarlac Agricultural University, Malacampa, Camiling 2306, Tarlac

Scholarships at Tarlac Agricultural University

A. College Scholarships

1. Entrance scholarship for honor students

2. Academic scholarship

3. Athletic scholarship

4. Student leaders and publication staff scholarship

5. Performing guild scholarship

6. ROTC Unit scholarship

7. TCA employee dependent scholarship

B. Government Scholarships

1. Indigenous Cultural Minority scholarship

2. PNP/AFP dependent scholarship

3. Student Assistance Fund for Education for Strong Republic (SAFE)

4. Sangguniang Kabataan scholarship

5. Barangay Official dependent scholarship

C. Local Government Unit Scholarships

1. LGU Camiling scholarship

2. LGU Sta. Ignacia scholarship

3. One Town – One Scholar Program

D. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Scholarships

1. Camileños Incorporated scholarship

2. Rehoboth Educational Assistance Program

3. San Isidro de Labrador scholarship

E. Private Scholarships/Student Assistance

1. Ang Misyon ni Mison Foundation scholarship

2. Arturo Patricio scholarship

3. Saturnino Tolentino scholarship

4. Zon Internet & Convenient Store scholarship

5. Dax Canteen student assistance

6. Roderva Enterprises student assistance