Admission Academic Year 2023-2024
  1. Admission Procedures

  2. Admission Requirements:

      • Accomplished Application Form
      • Grade 12 copy of grades, 1st semester
      • Voter’s ID or registration
      • Recent electric bill

    a. After submission of the requirements, the applicant shall:

      • Take and pass the scheduled examination from the Guidance Office;
      • Wait for SMS, FB Page or Website Announcement for further instructions; and
      • Pass the interview by the Dean. (For Education applicants only)

    b. Names of pre-qualified applicants shall be ranked and submitted to CSWD Office for assessment.

    c. Qualified applicants shall be issued Permit to Enroll two (2) weeks before the scheduled enrollment.

    d. Qualified applicants shall submit the following original documents on the date of enrollment schedule:

      • PSA Birth Certificate
      • Form 137
      • Form 138 (Report Card, Grade 12)
      • Certificate of Good Moral Character
      • 2 pcs passport size picture (white background)

    Note: Original copies of the documents will serve as Student Permanent Record and will no longer be returned.

  3. Application Period
  4. February 8, 2023 onwards

  5. Testing Period
  6. February 21 to August 31, 2023

  7. Enrollment Period
  8. September 4 to 15, 2023

Scholarship - Grants
  1. Programs under R.A. 10931 or Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (UAQTEA)
      • a. Free Higher Education

          An act promoting universal access to quality tertiary education by providing free tuition and other school fees in State Universities and Colleges, Local Universities and Colleges, and State-Run Technical-Vocational Institutions, establishing the Tertiary Education Subsidy and Student Loan Program, strengthening the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education, and appropriating fund therefore,” as stated in the title of the Law.

          Who can avail?

          Starting AY 2018-2019, all Filipino undergraduates enrolled in SUCs and CHED-recognized LUCs will enjoy free tuition, miscellaneous, and other school fees, subject to the ff.

            i. Pass/meet the admission and retention policies of the institution (no age or financial requirements);
            ii. No previous undergraduate degree; and
            iii. Not overstaying at the college level (e.g., maximum residency rule plus one-year grace period as provided by law)

          Please visit the official website of Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

        b. Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES)

          The TES is a grant-in-aid program under Republic Act 10931 to help qualified disadvantaged students and those residing and studying in cities and municipalities without public universities to support their studies. The TES-1 covers the tuition and other school fees in private HEIs while TES-2 is for education-related expenses and allowance for room and board costs. TES also offers an additional subsidy worth P30,000 to TES beneficiaries with disabilities, which is the TES-3A category.

          For SUCs, LUCs LGU-run TVIs and TESDA TTIs

              i. Allowance for books, supplies, transportation, and miscellaneous personal expenses, including a reasonable allowance for the documented rental or purchase of personal computer or laptop, and other education-related expenses;
              ii. Allowance for room and board costs incurred by the student.
              iii. *PWD students will be given additional allowance to cover expenses such as special services, personal assistance, transportation, equipment and supplies that are reasonably incurred. (Section 23-d IRR of RA 10931)

          Who can avail?

              i. The priority beneficiaries for the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) are:
              ii. Continuing ESGP-PA scholars in the SUCs effective AY 2018-2019;
              iii. Students who are part of households included in the Listahanan 2.0, ranked according to the estimated per capita household income; and
              iv. Students not part of the Listahanan 2.0, ranked according to estimated per capita household income based on submitted documentation of proof of income to be determined by the UniFAST Board;
              v. Provided, further, that such prioritization shall not apply to Filipino students in cities and municipalities with no existing SUC or LUC campus.

            Please visit the official website of Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

        c. Tulong Dunong Program (TDP)

          CHED TDP Tulong Dunong program aims to provide financial assistance to qualified and deserving students. This is intended for the ongoing grantees and new applicants who are enrolled or will enroll in CHED-recognized programs of Private Higher Education (Private HEIs) or State Universities and Colleges (SUCs)/ Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs) with Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC).

          Please visit the official website of Commision on Higher Education (CHED) or go to CHED Regional Office

  2. Alay-Lakad Scholarship Program

    1. Applicants must be:

      • Out-of-school youth (17 years old & above)
      • Certified Fernandino
      • Willing to complete chosen course & finish tertiary education


      • Barangay Certification indicating the years of stay in CSFP
      • CSWD Certificate of Indigency
      • Photocopy of Form 137 or Form 138
      • Copy of grades (for college level)
      • Photocopy of H.S. Diploma (for H.S. Graduate)
      • Photocopy of ALS Certification (For ALS Passesrs)
      • Photocopy of valid ID
      • Two pieces 2 x 2 picture
      • ALAY LAKAD Application Form
      Free uniforms for incoming freshmen only
      • 2 sets of school-uniform
      • 2 sets of school-uniform
      • 1 ASLAG Shirt
Student Affairs

The student affairs provides holistic activities to complement academic instruction intended to develop well-rounded students to become responsible citizens and leaders as well.

      1. Supreme Student Council
        a. Institute Councils
          i. Institute of Accounting Information System Student Council
          ii. Institute of Business Administration Student Council
          iii. Institute of Education Student Council
          iv. Institute of Information Technology Student Council
      2. Recognized Student Organizations
            i. The Star Chronicle
            ii. ASLAG Dance Troupe
            iii. Tinig Sanghaya Chorale
            iv. ASLAG Sports Club
            iv. ASLAG Sports Club
            vi. English Trailblazers
            vii. Math Pirates
            viii. Iconic Genes
            ix. The Page Turners
            x. Young Entrepreneurship Society
            xi. Junior Marketing Association
            xii. Junior Finance Association
            xiii. Lingap Community
            xiv. Gender Development and Rights Advocate Society (GENDRAS)
            xv. ASLAG e-Sports Club