APPEALS FOR EXTENSION OF RESIDENCE

Deadline: October 9, 2020

WHO SHOULD APPLY FOR EXTENSION OF RESIDENCE?

Undergraduate:

  • Regular four-year bachelor’s degree: Students who commenced their program on the First Semester AY 2014-2015
  • Double Major or five-year bachelor’s degree: Students who commenced their program on the First Semester AY 2013-2014.

Graduate:

  • MA students who commenced their program on the 2nd Semester 2014-2015 or earlier
  • PhD students whose area of specialization if their MA is related to their PhD specialization and were admitted on the 2nd Semester 2013-2014 or earlier
  • PhD students whose area of specialization in their MA is not related to their PhD specialization and were admitted on the 2nd Semester 2011-2012 or earlier

REQUIREMENTS

PROCEDURE:

1. Download and accomplish the following:

  • Program of Study/Curriculum Checklist
  • MRR timetable (if applicable)

NOTE: Endorsement of Program Adviser and Division Chair is not needed at this point.

2. Write a letter of appeal and affix your signature. NOTE: Endorsement of Program Adviser and Division Chair is not needed at this point.

3. Print grades from CRS or save screenshot of grades in a Word file.

4. Email all the required documents to educadmissions.updiliman@up.edu.ph with subject line: Extension of Residence_Surname, Name (i.e. Extension of Residence_Dela Cruz, Juan).

5. Patiently wait for the email from the Office of the College Secretary (OSec) regarding the result of your appeal. The Office processes numerous requests and appeals; hence, please give the staff time to evaluate and verify submitted documents.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

  1. The signatures of Program Adviser and/or Division Chair on the letter, timetable and Program of Study are not needed. Endorsement of Program Adviser and Concerned Division Chair will be done online.
  2. Please submit ALL the necessary documents as incomplete submissions will not be processed.
  3. Please be reminded that submitted documents are subject for verification. Submission of spurious or tampered documents is considered an offense.