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HONOR GRADUATES OF THE PUBLIC AND RECOGNIZED PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Valedictorians in a class of at least 50 students are exempted from tuition fees for the first two semesters only. Valedictorians in a class of less than 50 students are exempted from the tuition fees for one semester only.

Salutatorians in a class of at least 40 students are allowed a discount of 75 percent of the regular tuition fees for one semester only.

For subsequent school terms, these scholars are governed by Rule No. 2 below.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP

For all colleges except Law and Graduate School

Free tuition for one semester for students with an average of 1.0 - 1.2 with no grade of less than 2.0 in any subject in the preceding semester, except P.E. and ROTC, provided they are enrolled in at least 15 academic units.

75 percent discount on tuition fees for one semester for students with an average of 1.21 - 1.30; with no grade less than 2.5 in any subject in the preceding semester except P.E. and ROTC. They must be enrolled in at least 15 academic units.

50 percent discount on tuition fees for one semester for students with an average of 1.31 - 1.40; with no grade lower than 3.0 in any subject in the preceding semester except P.E. and ROTC. They must be enrolled in at least 15 academic units.

College of Law

In the College of Law, freshmen may enjoy full scholarship of they graduated from their undergraduate courses Summa or Magna Cum Laude, and a one school year partial scholarship (50 percent) if they graduated Cum Laude from their undergraduate course.

Full scholarship will be given to law students in their second, third and fourth year classes based on their records during the previous school year provided that their average is not less than 1.45.

Based on their records during the previous school year law students with an average of not less than 1.75, in the second, third and fourth year classes shall be given 50 percent scholarship award.