José Rizal University’s undergraduate programs are designed to develop well-rounded students who will be the future leaders of the nation.The University continues to partner with captains of industry in specialized programs that gives the JRU student the decisive EdGE in the job market.
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARTS & SCIENCES (EAS)
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ACCOUNTANCY (BAA)
COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES & ENGINEERING (CSE)
COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT (HTM)
COLLEGE OF NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES (NHS)
COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION (CJE)
The following must be presented for registration purposes:
Only graduates of the general academic secondary curriculum will be considered for admission to the College Division. Graduates of vocational, agricultural and similar high schools must remedy deficiencies from the general academic secondary curriculum before they can be considered for admission.
The University reserves the right to decline any application for admission to the College Division, which does not conform to its policies, rules and regulations.
For the New and Transfer Students
ALS (Alternative Learning System) / PERT (Philippine Education Placement Test) / NFE A&E (Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency) Passers
The University upholds its commitment to making quality education accessible to all through a number of scholarships that are available every year to qualified student applicants.
*For further inquiries, applicants may call the Guidance and Testing Office at 8531-8031 local 32.
LA PLUMA SCHOLARSHIP
All incoming first-year college students who have been certified by their Senior High School Principal as belonging to the top 10 of the whole graduating batch of the Senior High School, with at least 80 graduating students from any DepEd recognized school is qualified as La Pluma scholars for their two (2) school years in JRU provided they enroll in JRU in the school year immediately following their year of graduation from Senior High School. This scholarship entitles students to a 100% tuition and 100% miscellaneous fees discount, reimbursement of cost of all textbooks, and inclusion in the “Academic Scholars’ Mentoring Program.” In addition, incoming “Valedictorians” are entitled to P1, 000.00 monthly allowances.
Academic scholarships A and B are also available to students, which entitle them to various tuition and miscellaneous fee discounts. Existing JRU students carrying a regular load following the sequence of courses based on the effective and approved curriculum year for the previous semester and have no failure in any courses since freshman, who obtains a final GPA of 1.50 with no grade lower than 1.75 (for Academic A scholarship) or obtains a final GPA of 1.75 with no grade lower than 2.00 (for Academic B scholarship), may qualify for a scholarship.
JRU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Jose Rizal University Alumni Association (JRUAA) maintains a number of academic scholarships for students to pursue and obtain a bachelor’s degree at Jose Rizal University. This scholarship is intended to assist deserving students with an academic promise to further their studies. This includes free tuition and other school fees. The JRUAA will determine every year how many scholars can be funded by the program.
SPECIAL MILITARY SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to the dependents of military personnel who die or are incapacitated in the line of duty. An approved copy of eligibility issued by the Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit Committee (AFPEBC) is submitted to the VP of Financial Affairs. Successful applicants will enjoy a 100% discount on tuition and a 100% discount on miscellaneous fees for the duration of his/her stay at the university.
Athletic and band scholarships are granted to deserving student-athletes for the purpose of representing the University in inter-scholastic sports competitions.
THE COLLEGE DIVISION
Dr. Margie U. Alcaide
Dean, College of Education, Arts, and Sciences
Dr. Allan F. Galvez
Dean, College of Business Administration and Accountancy
Engr. Liza R. Reyes
Dean, College of Computer Studies and Engineering
Dr. Kathleen G. Apilado
Dean, College of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Dr. Tessie R. Da Jose
Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Dr. Ma. Dulce B. Mangibin
Dean, College of Criminal Justice Education
Department Chairpersons and Coordinators
Daisy A. Dela Cruz, Accountancy and Legal Management
Monette M. Loy-a, Computer Engineering
Antonio S. Lacpapan, Criminology
Honeylette D. Villanueva, Economics, Finance, and Marketing
Lorenza A. De Guzman, Education
Leo Paulo P. Lonto, Electronics Engineering
Gina E. Agus, History and Social Sciences
Irene Rossele D. Swing, Hospitality Management
Israel V. Cariño, Information Technology
Eleanor R. Robles, Languages
Miller A. Mercado, Management and Supply Management
Eleonora E. Claricia, Mathematics
Cheryl C. Mislang, Natural Science
Lotis Melinda V. Bernarte, Nursing
Amor Mia H. Arandia, Psychology
Evelyn O. Velasco, Tourism Management
Jose Andres C. Serrano III, PE/NSTP Coordinator
02-8531-8031 loc. 29