Admission Policies and Requirements
Students holding a bachelor’s degree from government recognized colleges and universities may apply for admission to the Graduate School. Application for admission should be directed to:
The Graduate School
Southern Christian College
Application forms are available at the Graduate School Office.
Admission to the Graduate School of Southern Christian College is a selective process. Academic records of the applicant will be evaluated in relation to the student’s capability to carry on graduate work. Such credential must show the completion of at least eighteen (18) semester hours appropriate coursework in education with GPA 1.75 or better. In case of insufficient preparation, the student may be admitted provisionally provided prerequisite courses are taken. Students with high academic records are encouraged to seek admissions. Admission the Graduate School is based on the college performance in terms of GPA, work experience, result of admission test and appropriate recommendation from former professor.
Admission and Enrollment Procedure
Applicant should submit the following documents from the Dean:
- Application Form
- Official Transcript of Record (Original copy to be submitted the Registrar; photocopy to the Graduate School Dean)
- If transferee, the applicant is required to submit a Honorable Dismissal from the school last attended
- Study permit for government and SCC employees
- Two (2) recommendation letters from former professors
The student gets approval from the Dean to enroll. Continuing students with two (2) Incomplete (INC) grades will not be allowed to enroll. The student proceeds to the Registrar’s Office for confirmation.
The student pays tuition and other fees at the Finance Office. Last day of enrollment or late registration with fine is at the end of the second week of classes. ID validation or ID processing will be done at the registrar’s office. A student may drop officially from any subject upon approval by the Faculty and the Dean within six (6) weeks of classes during the first and second semesters, and two (2) of classes in summer.
Information on Tuition and Other Fees
Refund is made according to the following provisions of the Manual of Regulations of Private Schools (MRPS – 1992) Section 66; “A student who transfers or otherwise withdraws, in writing, within two (2) weeks after the beginning of the classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other fees in full, or for any length of time beyond one (1) month may be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount due of the term if he or she withdraws after the first week of the classes. However, if the transfer or withdrawal is due to a justifiable reason, the student shall be charged pertinent fees only up to, and including the last month of attendance.”