The Admission Committee is chaired by the Dean of the College of Law. His members include the Director for Student Affairs and a faculty designated as member of the committee.
The University adopts an admission policy which provides equal access to all students with no discrimination on the basis of sex, religion, race, age or socio-economic status.
- The dean or his designated faculty shall serve as Chairman of the Admission Committee.
- Prospective students seeking admission to the College of Law must submit proper credentials upon enrolment. The dean or his designated faculty shall evaluate the admission credentials of the prospective students. Likewise, the evaluation of subjects taken by transferees shall be done upon enrollment by the dean/faculty in-charge of the admission.
- The applicant must be a graduate of bachelor’s degree and must have earned eighteen (18) units of English, six (6) units of Mathematics and eighteen (18) units of Social Sciences subjects (per CMO No. 46, s. 1996);
- The applicant must have a Certificate of Eligibility (C-1) for Admission in the Law Course.
- To be eligible for admission, the applicant must pass the Mental Ability Test and the Judgment and Comprehension Test. In some cases, an interview maybe required. Holders of graduate degrees are not exempted from taking the admission tests;
- The applicant must not have been convicted of any crime and is of good moral character.
1. New Students
New student enrolling in the College of Law for the first time must submit the following requirements:
- Transcript of Records for the Bachelor’s degree reflecting the date of graduation and the corresponding Special Order or its equivalent.
- 5 copies 2x2 picture (with name)
- Certificate of good moral character from the school last attended and from the Barangay Captain.
- Birth Certificate duly certified by the National Statistics Office (NSO).
- Result of Evaluation from the Admission Committee signifying the compliance of the requirements.
2. Transfer Students
Transfer students are those coming from and enrolled in other schools who wish to enroll in the University. Former college students of the Misamis University after having enrolled in other institutions are also considered transfer students.
In addition to the above-mentioned admission requirements (3.1), transfer students must submit the following credentials:
- Certificate of transfer credentials from the school last attended;
- Statement of good moral character signed by the adviser and certified by the Dean or Head of the school;
- Informative copy of the transcript of records which should include the descriptive title of the subjects taken and passed, the number of units and the grades earned.