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San Beda College Alabang

Don Manolo Blvd., Alabang Hills Village

Alabang, Muntinlupa City   

Tel. No.: 809-7047; 236-7222 loc. 4055/2310


Admissions & Testing Center




College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)


General Admission Policies


1. Student applicants who are interested to study at San Beda College Alabang are required to undergo the admission screening process which provides the Board of Admissions with data to determine acceptability of the students.


2. The Board of Admissions evaluate student applicants based on the following criteria:


a. Results of Entrance Examination given by the SBCA Admissions and Testing Center;


b. Grades and deportment; no final grade lower than 80% in any subject; no failing grade in any grading period; a deportment grade of at least B (satisfactory) or its numerical equivalent;


c. Student Academic and Discipline Appraisal (recommendation) from either class adviser, guidance counselor, former teacher, discipline officer and/or any person of authority of the institution where the student last attended; and


d. Performance at interview, if interviewed; and


e. Medical Clearance (fit to enroll) obtained from the SBCA Medical Services Department (Clinic).


3. Applicants from schools abroad, under a Home School Program, completers of previous academic years, passers of Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) and Alternative Learning System (ALS) or Non-formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency (NFE A&E) must inform the Student Admissions and Testing Center for additional instructions in the admission process.


4. The admission application is on a FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED basis.



College of Arts and Sciences (Freshmen and Transferees)


I. Eligibility for Application


For freshmen


1. Applicants who are currently enrolled in Grade 12 or those who are expected to complete Grade 12 at the end of academic year are eligible to apply.


2. Passer of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT), Alternative Learning System (ALS) or Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency (NFEA&E) Program following DepEd regulations and therefore certified eligible for admission to college/tertiary level.


3. He/She must have good grades and deportment.


For transferees – transferring students can only be admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences if after evaluation, they:


a. are not an incoming third year or upon admission will have a minimum residency at SBCA of at least four (4) semesters;

b. have not been involved in any disciplinary case;

c. have a minimum CGPA or general average of 80% or its equivalent.


Important: Transferring students are ineligible to apply in the College of Arts and Sciences if they incur 18 accumulated units of failure in academic courses.


II. College of Arts and Sciences Admission Procedures


1. Submit completely/properly filled-out application form together with other required admission documents at the Admissions and Testing Center, for verification and initial evaluation. (A list of testing dates is posted online by the Student Admissions and Testing Center. Admission forms and checklist of admission requirements can be viewed and downloaded at San Beda College Alabang website


2. Pay the non-refundable admission and testing fee of Php 600.00 at the cashier window, Finance Department. Cashier’s office hours are from 8:00AM to 4:30PM on weekdays and 8:00AM to 11:30 on Saturdays.


3. Present the Official Receipt to the Admission Staff in-charge of your application for the issuance of SBCA entrance examination permit. The applicant is scheduled for testing after submission of complete admission requirements. (Please check important reminders indicated in the examination permit)


4. Take San Beda College Alabang Admission Test on the scheduled date, time, and venue as printed on the Test Permit. All applicants must present the examination permit on the date of examination.


Note: Test taking, or rescheduling will only be allowed once. Slots per testing date are limited and will be given on a first-come first-served basis.


5. Notice of Admission Status (NAS) will be released at the Admissions and Testing Center after 7 working days from the admission test date. Present examination permit to claim the Notice of Admission Status.


Note: The applicant may be interviewed by the Chair of the Department that offers the program applied for. Applicants requested for interview by the Board of Admissions shall be notified by the Admission Staff for the interview schedule. However, an invitation to be interviewed does not automatically guarantee acceptance.


6. All qualified and accepted students will be endorsed to the SBCA clinic for medical examination. Prepare the required medical documents before proceeding to the SBCA clinic for medical check-up: (1) Immunization certificate; 2 doses of chickenpox (varicella) vaccine. Indicate the date when vaccines were given; and (2) For students ages 10 years old and above: chest x-ray result and film taken from external reputable hospitals/laboratories. Clinic hours are from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on weekdays and 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM on Saturdays.


7. If “fit to enroll”proceed to the Admissions and Testing Center for the issuance of reservation guidelines and pre-enrollment procedures. Please prepare enrollment requirements as indicated in the enrollment guidelines issued by the Registrar’s Office.


Should you require further information, please call us at 236-7222; 236-7200; 809-7047; loc. 4055/2310 or send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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