Academics

Basic Education offerings

Elementary Training Department

Admission Policies

Non-submission of PSA Birth Certificate

In the absence of a PSA Birth Certificate, the parent or guardian must submit a Birth Certificate (late registration) from the local civil registrar or a barangay certification containing the basic information of the child such as:

  • Name of the child (first name, middle name, last name)
  • Name of parents
  • Date of birth
  • Gender

Deadline for the Submission of Required Documents

The pupils/students will be given until August 31st of the school year to produce and submit the required documents....

Official Enrollment

A pupil/student is deemed officially enrolled and allowed to attend classes after he/she has complied with the complete documentary requirements for enrolment, including having made the initial payment of the prescribed fees.

Temporary Enrollment

Pursuant to DepEd Order 03, s. 2018, transferees from public and private schools in the Philippines who failed to submit the SF 9 (formerly Form 138) upon enrolment shall only be temporarily enrolled until the submission of required documents on or before August 31st of the current school year. They shall be required to submit an Affidavit of Undertaking signed by the parent/guardian in order to be temporarily enrolled.

For temporarily enrolled pupils/students, Notre Dame University will only issue Temporary Progress Report Card signed by the Class Adviser for the parent/guardian to monitor the progress of his/her child. This form is inadmissible for transfer and enrollment purposes and is only issued for progress monitoring.

Upon complete submission of the documentary requirements, the pupil/student shall be tagged as officially enrolled in the Learner Information System (LIS). Otherwise, the pupil/student retains the status of temporarily enrolled; the pupil/student cannot be officially promoted to a higher grade level, and the pupil/student cannot officially graduate from the Notre Dame University.

Late Enrollment

Notre Dame University may accept late enrollees provided that the pupil/student will be able to meet eighty percent (80%) of the prescribed number of school days for the entire school year and the quarterly requirement to pass the grade level.

Withdrawal of Enrollment

  • When the pupil/student enrolls in a school, it is understood that he/she is enrolling for the entire school year (Section 119-a, Rules for Registration, Revised Manual of Regulations for Private Schools in Basic Education).
  • A pupil/student who transfers or otherwise withdraws within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent school fees in full for any period longer than one month will be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount within the first week and 20% if within the second week of classes regardless of whether or not he/she attended classes.
  • A pupil/student is charged all the school fees in full if he/she withdraws within the third week of classes or after regardless of whether or not he/she actually attended classes.
  • A pupil/student who discontinues his/her education after the third week of classes due to serious medical condition will be charged the full miscellaneous fees, all book charges whether the books were used or not, and the tuition fees from first month of enrollment up to the last month of his/her stay at Notre Dame University-Basic Education. The documentary requirement for this is the medical certificate.
  • A pupil/student who is sanctioned with exclusion/advised to transfer or expulsion due to behavioral problems will be charged the full miscellaneous fees, all book charges whether the books were used or not, and the tuition fees from first month of enrollment up to the last month of his/her stay at Notre Dame University-Basic Education.

Junior High School

Basic Education Sector

Notre Dame University Basic Education Sector uses the standards and competency-based grading system pursuant to the Part V of DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2015. Furthermore, all the grades will be based on the weighted raw score of the learners' summative assessments.

The minimum grade needed to pass a specific learning area is 60, which is transmuted to 75 in the report card. The lowest mark that can appear on the report card is 60 for Quarterly Grades and Final Grades.

Pupils/Students from Grades 1 to 12 are graded on Written Work (WW), Performance Task (PT), and Quarterly Assessment (QA) every quarter. These three are given specific percentage weights that may vary according to the nature of the learning area.

Senior High School

Degree Offering:

Academic Track

  • ABM Strand (Accountancy, Business and Management)
  • STEM Strand (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • HUMMS Strand (Humanities and Social Sciences)
Arts and Design Track

  • Arts Production - Visual Arts
  • Arts Production - Media Arts
  • Performing Arts (Music)
  • Performing Arts (Dance)
Technical - vocational Track

  • Home Economics
  • Industrial Arts
  • Informations and Communications Technology (ICT)
Sports Track

  • Student-Athlete Enhancement
  • Practice Coaching
  • Practice Officiation and Tournament Management
  • Fitness/Sports and Recreation leadership.

Academics

Tertiary Degree Offerings

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Engineering

College of Health Sciences

College of Business and Accountancy

College of Computer Studies

College of Education

Graduate School

ndugradschool2018@gmail.com

Important Dates - 3rd Trimester AY 2018-2019

Midterm Exams: February 22-24, 2019
Final Exams: April 5-7, 2019
Final Oral Defense: March 16, 2019
Last day of Submission of Hardbound Copies of T/D: March 23, 2019


Vision-Mission

We envision ourselves as a center of academic excellence in graduate education, taking lead in research aimed at addressing current needs in the region, providing opportunities for students' involvement in strategic issues, empowering students such that they become catalysts of change, exposing them to current trends in their respective fields of endeavor enhanced and brought to higher level of expertise, establishing fruitful linkages with government and non-government organizations and offering alternative de-livery system of education.


Objectives

To play an important role in the socio-economic development of the region in particular, and of Mindanao in general, through its graduates whose knowledge and competency in their respective fields will be enhanced and brought to higher level of expertise.

College of Law

Retention Policy

A Law student shall meet the required General Weighted Average (GWA) to be retained in the NDU College of Law

  • The GWA is the measure of the quality of the students' general academic performance during a semester leading to the promotion, graduation, honors and dismissal of students for a given academic year.
  • The GWA is the sum total of the grade for the subject multiplied by its corresponding units divided by the total number of units.
  • A Law student shall maintain the minimum GWA of 2.75 every semester.
A Comprehensive Law Examination (CLE) shall be given to Law students who have completed all the required subjects for the first to third year of the College of Law curriculum.

  • For admission to the fourth year curriculum, a Law student shall obtain a Qualifying Grade (QG) of at least 2.75 rating, computed as the average of the first year to third year GWA and the grade in the CLE.
  • A Law student who fails to attain the required QG shall not be admitted to the fourth year curriculum, but shall take another CLE in the next administering of the same. If a Law student fails to obtain the QG twice, he shall be perpetually disqualified to enroll in the NDU College of Law.
When a Law student gets into any of the situation below, the corresponding action will apply:

Situation Action
Fails to obtain a 2.75 GWA in the semester Law student shall be place on probationary status
Fails to obtain a 2.75 GWA during probationary status in item (a) Law student shall be perpetually disqualified to enroll in the NDU College of Law.
Fails in two bar subjects cumulative Law student shall be placed on probationary status.
Fails in one or more bar subjects during probationary status in item ( c) Law student shall be perpetually disqualified to enroll in the NDU College of Law.
Failed in three bar subjects cumulative Law student shall be perpetually disqualified to enroll in the NDU College of Law.
Drops bar subject/s during a semester Law student subsequently dropping the same subject/s shall be given a failing grade.