Scholarships

Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion

In the fulfillment of the Mission-Vision of the College to serve those who have less in life, CPC extends scholarship and privilege to poor but deserving students. These scholarships and privileges are subject to the existing guidelines/policy.

SCHOLARSHIPS SERVICES PURPOSE IMPORTANT DATA
SCHOLARSHIPS SERVICES PURPOSE IMPORTANT DATA
Institutional Scholarships
Working Assistance Program To help the deserving Catholic students who have less in life. They are to assist the offices which they are assigned at. Free Tuition up to 18 units including Theology.

No Failing Grade

Miscellaneous Fees, Lab. Fees, NSTP, and insurance are to be paid.

Sports To give assistance to the students who are talented and who excelled in Sports. A number of units free will depend upon the recommendation of the Sports Coordinator

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP and Insurance are to be paid

Scholarship does not include summer.

Subject to Sports Scholarship Guidelines.

Cultural: Sarayawan/Chorale To give assistance to the students who are talented and who excelled in Music, Culture and the Arts. A number of units free will depend upon the recommendation of the Sports Coordinator

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP and Insurance are to be paid

Scholarship does not include summer.

Subject to Sports Scholarship Guidelines.

Academic Scholars: High School Class Valedictorian To give credit to graduates who are honor students who excelled as Valedictorian of their Batch. Free Tuition for the first Semester

A General Average of 1.5 is to be maintained in order to qualify for the succeeding semester (No grades lower than 2.5)

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP and Insurance are to be paid

Scholarship does not include summer

Academic Scholars: High School Class Salutatorian To give credit to graduates who are honor students who excelled as Salutatorian of their Batch. 50% Free Tuition for the first Semester

A General Average of 1.75 is to be maintained in order to qualify for the succeeding semester (No grades lower than 2.5)

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP and Insurance are to be paid

Scholarship does not include summer

Academic Scholars: Editor In-Chief To give credit to the task entrusted to him/her in delivering the latest and relevant of news to the College Free Tuition every Semester (No grades lower than 2.5)

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP/CMT and Insurance are to be paid

Academic Scholars: Capiz Clergy & Rel. Sisters To give support and assistance to the priests and religious sisters in their education inasmuch as CPC is the School of the Archdiocese of Capiz All Free
Employee’s Privilege To give gratitude to the employee who serve the institution for at least six semesters or three years in full-time capacity. Free Tuition is granted to one child at a time

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP/CMT and Insurance are to be paid

Scholarship includes summer

Gov. Mandated Scholars: P.D. 577 Armed Forces of the Phil. Scholarship Program

Free tuition up to 18 units during regular semester and 6 units during semester.

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP/CMT and Insurance are to be paid

Gov. Mandated Scholars: P.D. 451 To give assistance and gratitude to the Supreme Student Pastoral Council officers for governance of the studentry 1:3,500 Student Government Scholarship Program

Free tuition up to 18 units during regular semesters and 6 units during semester

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP/CMT and Insurance are to be paid

Limited to 6 units for summer.

Rector’s Scholarship Grant To motivate and reward the student with a highest academic rating Residency requirement with 24 units enrolled in the past 2 successive semesters (with no grade below 2.00

To maintain 1.5 general average with no grade below 2.00

Free 18 units tuition fee every semester

Misc. Fees, Lab. Fees, School Paper, NSTP/CMT and Insurance are to be paid

ReED Scholars To consider and promote religious education and to deepen the faith to evangelized and be evangelized.

 

General Requirements/Criteria for ReEd Scholarship

A high school graduate of a school recognized by the government, not more than 30 years old, and has an average grade of not less than 85%.

Certificate of Good Moral Character from the head of the school where he/she graduated

Recommendation from the parish priest

Must pass the entrance examination and/or interview

ReEd scholar must render a return service of 3 years after his/her course in the periodic where he/she belongs: in case that he/she could not render services by the schools/parish a FULL refund of the tuition fees will be charge against the recipient.

To renew the scholar must have a grade not lower than 2.5 (82-84%) in Religious Education subjects and must maintain an average grade not lower than 2.5 (82-84%) every semester.

Outreach Scholars c/o Mr. Nelson Rose
3 Siblings Policy To lessen the financial burden of the family Full tuition free is granted to one of at least three legitimate or legally adopted children who are enrolled in this institution.

The said privilege is given to the brother/sister who has lowest tuition fee.

These siblings must submit their certificates of live birth and baptismal certificates.

Band Members Scholars
Non-Institutional Scholars
TESDA Scholars

 

TESDA is mandated to:

  1. Integrate, coordinate and monitor skills development programs;
  2. Restructure efforts to promote and develop middle-level manpower;
  3. Approve skills standards and tests;
  4. Develop an accreditation system for institutions involved in middle-level manpower development;
  5. Fund programs and projects for technical education and skills development; and
  6. Assist trainers training programs.
Capizeño Circle, Inc. Scholars To give assistance to those who are economically disadvantaged but talented students in the province of Capiz. Capizeño Circle, Inc. was founded in 1994, by a few Capizeño families to promote camaraderie, unity and friendship among them. Capizeño Circle Inc. initiated the scholarship program in 1997 in response to the dire needs of the young population who are economically disadvantaged but talented students in the province of Capiz, Philippines.

Contact Person: Mr. Antonio Bordamonte
357 Van Houten Ave
Passaic NJ 07055 USA
Phone: (973) 473-1654

FRANZEN Scholars

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