Enrolment Guide for Returning Students
July 12, 2020

Everything You Need to Know about Enrolment for SY2020-2021

  1. REGISTRATION OF NEW STUDENTS:

 a. How to Enroll?

 STEP 1: Visit www.jru.edu (Google Chrome recommended) and click APPLY NOW button

Fill out the required information in the Applicant Access Module .  Do not forget to indicate your email address and mobile number then click submit. Take note of your Applicant ID. (JRU Graduates may skip this step)

 STEP 2: Submit a scanned copy of any available admission requirements (F138/OTR, Birth certificate, Certificate of Good Moral, and 2X2 ID photo) to registrar@jru.edu with the Subject heading <PROGRAM/DEGREE>, <APPLICANT ID> <LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME, MI>

 STEP 3. You may contact the helpdesk numbers below for online support. They will be assisting you for the admission process and registration of your subject.

  • Elementary School : 0945-306-2045
  • Junior High School : 0949-330-5860
  • Senior High School : 0917-637-9730
  • College : 0927-871-4821, 0906-272-7210, 0945-306-2046
  • Law and Graduate School : 0956-421-0077

 STEP 4: Enrolment Permit will be sent to the email address you specified in your applicant profile.

 STEP 5: You may now pay your school fees indicated in your Enrolment Permit via our online and bank payment options. To see payment procedure, visit http://jru.edu/payment-options/  .

 STEP 6: Wait for your JRU email account which will be sent through email. Use this to access the JRU-SWIT Student Dashboard for schedules and Canvas Learning Management System.

  b. Program Offerings and Admission Requirements

c. Law and Graduate School Student Enrolment Guide

 2. ENROLMENT GUIDE OF OLD STUDENTS:

   

 Step 1: Step 1: Log in to your AIMS account on your scheduled dates. (For College Students, log on to JRU SWIT using your JRU email account starting July 6, 2020.)

 Step 2: Go to the Registration Page and select Required Subjects to enroll. (College Students must confirm their prescribed subjects.)

 Step 3: Once Subjects are selected, choose Payment Options. Then, Assess and Save.

 Step 4: Settle downpayment of at least Php 2, 800 via our Bank and Non-Bank Partners. Here’s your guide where and how to pay? http://jru.edu/payment-options/

 Step 5: Send a copy of transaction/deposit/payment slip to:
accounting@jru.edu
FULL NAME, STUDENT NUMBER, COURSE/STRAND/GRADE LEVEL, and your CONTACT NUMBER.

 Step 6: Please check your AIMS account a week before Opening of Classes. (For College Students use JRUSWIT.) Please check your confirmed sections in your Canvas Account a day before August 10, 2020.

3. ENROLMENT GUIDE FOR RETURNING STUDENTS:

   Step 1: Email registrar@jru.edu with Subject heading : RETURNEE – <YOURNAME>, <PROGRAM/DEGREE>  so you will be evaluated.

   Step 2: You will be notified of the result of your evaluation and registered subjects through email/SMS.

   Step 3: Enrolment Permit will be sent to your email address you used.

   Step 4: Settle initial downpayment via our Bank and Non-Bank Partners specified in your Enrolment Permit. Here’s your guide where and how  to pay? http://jru.edu/payment-options/

   Step 5: Wait for your JRU email account which will be sent through email. Use this to access the JRU-SWIT Student Dashboard for schedules and Canvas Learning Management System.

  

TUITION FEE PER DIVISION:

Elementary School
Junior High School
Senior High School
College Division
Law School
Graduate School

BREAKDOWN OF SCHOOL FEES - COMPARATIVE SY 2019-2020 vs SY 2020-2021

HOW TO PAY?

Over the Counter Payment (Cebuana)
Over the Counter Payment (Banks) - (ECQ) Process
Online Payment using Fund Transfer or Send money
Online Payment Using Company as Biller
Direct payment to JRU BDO account using PayMaya
Direct payment to JRU BDO account using GCash

LIST OF STUDENT DISCOUNTS

 MODES OF PAYMENT

 PROMPT PAYMENT RATE (CASH RATES)

Prompt Payment Rate or Cash Rates is the discounted rate of 10% in Tuition fee only and must pay the total Misc. and other fees in full. This can be avail before the beginning of the class.

 PUBLISHED RATE

Published Rate or Full Payment is the total gross of the tuition, miscellaneous and other school fees of the students. This can be avail between the 1st day up to the 10th day from the day the class was started.

  INSTALLMENT RATES

a. Installment Rate can be divided into 5 payments for SHS and College Division:

Initial Down payment (Php2,800.00)
Interim Payment
Prelim Examination
Midterm Examination
Final Examination

b. Installment Rate can be divided into 10 payments for Kinder to Grade 10 Students

Initial Down payment (Php2,800.00)
Interim Payment
8 other installments from September to April, 2020

 

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR SY2020-2021

RATIONALE FOR THE CONTINUED COLLECTION OF COMMON MISCELLANEOUS FEES:

  1. Development Fee – This fee was discounted by 10%-15% but will still be collected to continue to maintain the physical premises of the University and that these premises are also being used to support the on-line operations of the University.
  2. Energy Fee – This fee was discounted by 10%-15% but is still to be collected to cover electricity usage of the school while dong the classes on-line, for example, just to keep the servers working on a 24/7 basis, lights and air-conditioned consumptions of supports offices like the Registrar’s Office, Students Accounts and Tellers, Management Information Systems (MIS) and other support units going to the school to perform their functions.
  3. Library Fee – Our Library fees were discounted by 10%-15% because our physical library will still need to be maintained as well as our on-line library resources and subscriptions. Our library will continue to be accessible to all students on a 24/7 basis.
  4. Communications Technology Fee (Canvas) – Maintenance of our on-line platform is necessary for the conduct of our on-line classes. Our subscription fee to our Canvass provider (Instructure) will continue to be paid by the University.
  5. Internet Fee – This fee was discounted by 10-15% but will still be collected internet usage of our on-line platform and Systems, like Canvas and AIMS and other library on-line resources.  Part of the fee will also be used to cover internet expenses of our faculties teaching on-line and support staffs like Student Accounts, Registrars and MIS.
  6. Auxiliary Student Services Fee – This will continue to be collected to cover the payment of Insurance for students and other services to be rendered by Medical and Dental Clinic, like online dental check-ups and consultations. Also, part of this fee will allot to the Student Development Fund.
  7. NSTP Fee – This will be used to pay the salaries of faculties handling the NSTP subjects.
  8. Laboratory Fee – These fees are likewise discounted by 10%-15%. Software’s and other systems installed in laboratories will also be made accessible on-line, thus, the need to maintain these laboratories even when there are no students physically using them.
  9. Project Thesis Fee – this will be used to pay faculties to serve as panelist during thesis defense.

*** Actual assessments may vary depending on the subjects enrolled

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE JRU COMMUNITY

FLEXIBLE LEARNING OPTIONS: K to 12 PROGRAM

FLEXIBLE LEARNING OPTIONS: Higher Ed Students

For further assistance:

JRU Email and AIMS Account - ito@jru.edu
Canvas Account - itbl@jru.edu
Documents and Enrollment - registrar@jru.edu
School Fees - accounting@jru.edu
Enrollment Inquiries - mco@jru.edu
Scholarship - guidance@jru.edu
Student Concerns - sdo@jru.edu

Academic Division:
Elementary School - elementary@jru.edu
Junior High School - juniorhighschool@jru.edu
Senior High School - seniorhighschool@jru.edu
College - deans@jru.edu
Law School - benilda.delacruz@jru.edu
Graduate School - myrarizel.pecha@jru.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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