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Requirements

For High School Students:

Freshmen

Uncancelled Grade VI Report Card (Form 138)

Birth Certificate (NSO Copy)

1 pc. 1x1 ID Picture

Transferees

Uncancelled Report Card (Form 138)

Transcript of Records (Form 137A)

Birth Certificate (NSO Copy)

1 pc. 2x2 ID Picture

For College Students:

Freshmen

Duly accomplished Admission Application Form

Uncancelled Fourth Year Report Card (Form 138)

Accomplished Recommendation Letter from the High School Principal of the school last attended (to be secured from the Silay Institute Guidance Office)

Birth Certificate (NSO Copy)

Transferees

Official Transcript of Records

Transfer Certificate (Honorable Dismissal) from the school last attended

Certificate of Good Moral Conduct (from the school last attended)

Duly accomplished Admission Application Form

Birth Certificate (NSO Copy)

 

Procedures

enrollment procedures

The enrollment is held during the announced registration period as indicated in the approved school calendar. Enrollment may be extended until after the announced registration period but shall not exceed two (2) weeks after the official start of classes.

No student shall be accepted for enrollment unless he/she presents the proper school credentials on or before the end of the enrollment period for the school term.

 pre enrollment entrance examination

An entrance test will be given to all new students and incoming freshmen before or during the enrollment period as announced by the school administration. All examinees are required to bring a pencil to use during the examination.

  • Pay the required examination fee to the Disbursing Officer.
  • Present the Official Receipt to the Guidance Officer and take the entrance examination as scheduled.
  • Students will be rated according to the following criteria/percentage:

Entrance Examination – 55%
General Average in Fourth Year – 45%
Interview – 5%
TOTAL – 100%

registration policies

Registration procedures are subject to the following rules and regulations:

  • When students register, it is understood that they are enrolling for the whole semester.
  • Students should enroll in person.
  • A student who withdraws from enrollment and/or transfers to another school is required to pay certain fees. (Please refer to Section 16. Tuition Charges for Students Who Withdrew from Enrollment or Transferred to Another School)
  • Students will only be officially enrolled if they have presented to the Registrar’s Office all required admission or transfer credentials duly validated by the Registrar’s Office; if they have made initial payment of the tuition fee and other fees to the Disbursing Officer; if their chosen courses have been approved by the College Dean; and if they have been allowed to attend classes by the institution.
  • The documents submitted by the student will become part of the official school records and will not be returned to the students after the registration.
  • Students who provide false statement or information in the registration form or any other documents may be refused admission.

enrollment procedures

  1. For incoming Freshmen and Transferees:

See the Guidance Counselor at the Guidance Office. Submit a 2×2 ID picture and a Certificate of Good Moral Character and get a recommendation form. Fill out the information sheet. Secure an Admission Slip then proceed to the Office of the Discipline Officer.

For BEEd enrollees, please proceed to the College Dean’s Office.

  1. Go to Window No. 1 at the Registrar’s Office. Submit the following for evaluation together with the Admission Slip:

Incoming Freshmen:

  • Uncancelled Report Card (Form 138)
  • A photocopy of the student's NSO Birth Certificate (Bring original copy for verification)

Transferees:

  • Honorable Dismissal with Transcript of Records
  • A photocopy of the student's NSO Birth Certificate (Bring original copy for verification)

Old Students:

  • Report card

Married Female Students:

  • NSO Marriage Contract (in addition to the aforementioned requirements)
  1. Proceed to Window No. 2 for issuance of Enrollment Form.
  2. Go to Window No. 2 for checking of courses/subjects copied and other data and encoding of names and subjects.
  3. Proceed to Assessment Window at the Business Office for assessment of fees.
  4. Pay to the Disbursing Officer at the Business Office the initial amount required for enrollment.
  5. Proceed to the College Dean’s Office for signature of the Enrollment Form.
  6. Secure class cards at Window No. 4 (Room M-1) and fill-out the class cards.
  7. Submit the duly accomplished Enrollment Form and class cards to Window No. 1 (Room M-1) for signature, and for issuance of student’s copy of the said form.
NOTE:  STUDENTS ARE NOT OFFICIALLY ENROLLED UNLESS YOUR ENROLLMENT FORM IS DULY SIGNED BY THE COLLEGE DEAN AND REGISTRAR.

Scholarship

general policies

Silay Institute offers limited scholarship grants to eligible students. The school has the right to withhold or withdraw the grant for reasons to be determined by the school administration.

Other scholarship grants are made available by the government and by private and institutionally funded programs.

The application for scholarships grants and/or financial assistance is screened by the Guidance Office.

application procedure

 

On the dates scheduled for scholarship applications announced annually, applicants are required to proceed to the Guidance Office and submit the following documents:

  • Admission test rating
  • Report Card (Form 138)
  • Copy of the latest Income Tax Return form of parents
  • Sealed Letter of Recommendation from Principal or Guidance Counselor of the school where the student graduated

reminders

  • The scholarship grant covers free tuition fee for a maximum of twenty-four (24) units only. Additional units in excess of twenty-four (24) units and miscellaneous fees are already subject to payment.
  • The scholarship is renewable, depending on the scholar’s academic performance.
  • A scholar should be a regular full-time student.
  • The scholarship does not include summer classes.
  • Scholarship is only granted for the on-time completion of a degree/non-degree program.
  • Dual scholarship is not allowed.
  • Scholars are not allowed to shift programs without the recommendation of the Registrar’s Office and the approval of the College Dean.

maintaining the scholarship grant

  • Grade Requirement. Scholars must maintain a minimum Grade Point Average of 88 with no grade below 80.
  • Co-curricular Involvement. Scholars are expected to participate in campus events and activities organized by the Supreme Student Council.
  • Personal Conduct. Scholars are expected to serve as role models of good moral behavior to other students.

term and duration

The Silay Institute scholarship grant lasts one academic year and is renewable until graduation depending on the grantee’s scholastic performance.

renewal condition

The grantee must maintain a minimum average grade of 88 with no grade below 80 in any enrolled subject.

The grantee must personally bring his/her final grades to the Guidance Office for evaluation no later than 5 days after the scheduled card distribution by the Registrar’s Office.

grounds for revocation

The Scholarship Grant may be revoked on any of the following grounds:

  • Being subjected to disciplinary action due to infraction of school regulations.
  • Having a final grade lower than 80 in any subject.
  • Withdrawing from a course/subject two (2) weeks after the semester without consulting the College Dean.

academic scholarship

 

Academic scholarship grants for incoming college freshmen are available for students with outstanding scholastic records.

How to qualify for academic scholarships:

  • When the student is the school’s Valedictorian or Salutatorian from a class with at least 40 students.
  • If the student passed and excelled the Silay Institute entrance examination.
  • The student must have leadership potential.

The Valedictorian of a high school batch with a minimum number of 40 high school graduates will be given a 100% tuition fee discount. The student must submit a certification duly signed by the school principal verifying that the student was the class valedictorian of the graduating class.

The Salutatorian of a high school batch with a minimum number of 40 high school graduates will be given a 50% tuition fee discount. The student must submit a certification duly signed by the school principal verifying that the student was the class salutatorian of the graduating class.

For the retention of the scholarship, the grantee must maintain a general average of at least 88 in the subsequent academic school years and semesters.

tuition aid for students

Tuition fee discounts are given to selected students enrolled in Silay Institute who are neither honor students nor TESDA-PESFA grantees:

15% discount for students with two siblings enrolled in Silay Institute

25% discount for students with three siblings enrolled in Silay Institute

50%discount for students with four siblings enrolled in Silay Institute

tuition aid for employee dependents

Silay Institute regular employees and their dependents (legal spouse and children) have the privilege of enrolling in any school program for free for an entire academic year. However, matriculation and other fees will be shouldered by the employee. Moreover, the total number of years of the scholarship grant will only be equal to the prescribed number of years of the program enrolled in by the dependent or employee.

Should there be more than one dependent enrolled at the same time, only one dependent can avail of the 100% tuition fee discount. The second dependent may avail of the 75% tuition fee discount; the third dependent may avail of the 50% tuition fee discount; and the fourth dependent may avail of the 25% tuition fee discount.

scholarships from the government

Scholarships are also made available by the government, private benefactors and sponsors who have the prerogatives regards the selection of their beneficiaries

 

FAQ

  1. What are the degrees offered?

The school offers 4-yr and 2-yr degree programs. Please visit http://silayinstitute.edu.ph/ for more info.

  1. Can I enroll online?

Unfortunately, we don’t have an online enrollment system for now.

  1. What are the requirements for admission?
  • Duly-accomplished Admission Application Form
  • Fourth-year Report Card (Form 138)
  • Accomplished Recommendation Form ( to be secured from the S.I. Guidance Office)
  • Birth Certificate photocopy (NSO) – bring original for verification
  1. How much is the tuition fee?

The rate varies depending on your chosen program. For more info, please contact our Accounting Office through this number: (034) 495-1833.

  1. How much is the down payment upon enrollment?

Currently, the upon enrollment fee of Silay Institute for Junior and Senior High is Php 3,000.00 and for the College is at least Php 1,500.00. For more info, kindly contact our Accounting Office.

  1. Is there an entrance exam?

We don’t have an entrance exam. We believe that every student deserves an education. Although we have a scheduled Aptitude Test once you’re enrolled, no pass or fail.

  1. Am I free to pick my own schedule of class?

Yes, you are. Provided you’re a working student and/or have a valid reason. You may want to speak with the Registrar regarding the matter.

  1. Do you offer Master’s Degree?

We only offer TCP (Teacher Certificate Program).

  1. What would be the job opportunities related to my program?

For more info about that, please visit http://silayinstitute.edu.ph/

  1. For transferees, what are the necessary documents upon enrollment?
  • Official Transcript of Records
  • Honorable Dismissal (from the school last attended)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Conduct (from the school last attended)
  • Duly-accomplished Admission Application Form
  • Birth Certificate photocopy (NSO) – bring original for verification
  • Evaluation of Courses by the Registrar
  1. Do you accept Cross enrollees?

Cross enrollment is discouraged. However, for valid reasons as determined by the institution, a student may be permitted to cross enroll in another institution.

  1. How do I contact the school?

Please visit http://silayinstitute.edu.ph/. On the top right corner, you will see the contact information of the school’s different department and offices.

  1. Does the school have scholarships? How do I apply?

Yes, Silay Institute offers limited scholarships to eligible students. The application for scholarship grants and/or financial assistance is screened by the Guidance Office. You can visit the school or call the Business Office.

  1. Do you have office on Saturdays?

Yes, half day only; from 8:00 A.M. until 12:00 N.N. During weekdays, we are open from Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.

  1. Can I access my student account online?

Unfortunately, we don’t have a system for students where they can check their account online yet.

  1. Do I have to reserve my son / daughter / ward for enrollment?

Not necessarily. The school accepts walk-in enrollees but reservations are to ensure that students will be admitted even after the enrollment period.

  1. I have suggestions, complaints and concerns. How do I let you know about it?

We welcome suggestions, complaints and concerns as this is a way for us to develop and to further improve the service we provide to students. Please feel free to contact us through any of the contact info provided in our website http://silayinstitute.edu.ph/. You can also visit the school during weekdays and look for the person-in-charge regarding your concern.