Registration period is from January 8 - 11, 2018. Regsitration is extended until January 15, 2018.
Last day of withdrawal of enlistment is on January 15, 2018.
Last day for Change of Matriculation is on January 22, 2018.
Advising List here.
Registration bulletin here.
- All freshmen and graduating students must be pre-advised. Check CRS if your adviser has already pre-advised you online. If you are ok with the online advise, you may print your Form 5A and start with enlistment by January 8, Monday. If you want to have changes made in your Form 5A, please contact your adviser via email or in person to make the necessary changes before printing your Form 5A.
- Continuing/regular students do not need to be pre-advised. If you do want to be pre-advised, contact your adviser via email or in person to pre-advise you. This can be done manually (adviser can write on your printed Form 5A) or online (adviser will use the online advising module of CRS). Enlistment for continuing/regular students will start on January 9, Tuesday.
- For those who would be doing self advising (students with continuing/regular status), you may secure the "Self-Advising" stamp starting January 8, Monday, in Rm 120. However, you can only be auto-enlisted on your designated day (i.e. Jan 9 onwards) as CRS checks for your status (e.g. graduating, freshman, regular, etc.).
- You can only be advised by your designated registration adviser, unless there is an official announcement regarding temporary transfer of advising duties.
- Transferees and shiftees who are on their first year (first sem) this semester will be advised by Dr. Tess de Leon.
- If you are underloading this semester AND you are not graduating this semester, you should submit documents to support your reason for underloading until the end of the 2nd semester of AY 2017-2018. To justify underloading, the submission of pertinent documents to the Office of the University Registrar through the Office of the College Secretary is required as follows:
for health reasons — medical certification to be confirmed by the University Health Service;
for unavailability of subjects — certification by the scheduler to be noted by the adviser AND copy of schedule of classes;
for employment — copy of payroll and appointment papers indicating, among others, the duration of employment.
- If you are on your last semester (graduating this semester) and is underloading, there is no need to submit supporting documents. Make sure that your adviser indicates in your Form 5 (during post-advising) that you have no more units left under the "Reason for underloading" section and that your adviser countersigns it.
- Overloading means that you are taking either more than 18 lecture units OR more than 21 units (including laboratory units). You will only be allowed to overload if you passed all subjects in the previous semester and have a valid reason for overloading. You need to accomplish an overload form with with a photocopy of Form 5 and grades of all subjects in the previous semester. The form must be approved by the Dean before you will be allowed to enroll in more than the allowed number of lecture/lab units per semester.
- All graduating students - both undergraduate and graduate – should submit their application for candidacy for graduation within the registration period. This includes those who applied in previous semesters but did not graduate (you have to re-apply) and those who are enrolling the remaining units of their 300 or 400 course this semester (even if you are not yet sure if you will be able to successfully defend your theses or not).
- To help in your finances, you may take advantage of the services, like student loans, from the Office of Scholarships and Student Services (OSSS) at 3rd floor Vinzons Hall.
- Room assignments:
(i) Rm 429: Processing of petition lists and enlistment requests
(ii) Rm 123: Form 5A printing and validation holding area (there shall be NO students/bystanders around Rm 220); Stamping of "Self-Advising"
(iii) Advisers' rooms here.
- Undergraduate Curriculum
- List of EEE electives this semester here. Take note that no EE 14x or EE 15x electives are allowed for ECE and CoE students. An undergraduate student can only take a maximum of 6 units of any 197 course, be it EE, ECE or CoE and a maximum of two EE 2xx courses.
- A student violates the EEE Retention Rules when the student:
- Incurs a grade other than a passing grade twice in any of these mathematics courses: (Math 17, Math 53, Math 54, Math 55) OR
- Accumulates three or more grades other than passing grades in any combination of these mathematics courses (Math 17, Math 53, Math 54, Math 55) OR
- Incurs a grade other than a passing grade twice in any of these basic EEE courses (EEE 23, EEE 31, EEE 33, EEE 35, EEE 41) OR
- Accumulates three or more grades other than passing grades in any combination of these basic EEE courses (EEE 23, EEE 31, EEE 33, EEE 35, EEE 41).
For purposes of this retention rule, a ‘grade other than a passing grade’ includes the following: a 5.00, an unremoved 4.00, an unremoved ‘INC’, or a ‘DRP’ recorded at the end of the semester or semesters under evaluation.
- Senior standing definition:
- BS CoE: Must have taken EEE 51, EEE 101, EEE 105 and EEE 107.
- BS ECE: Must have taken EEE 51, EEE 101, EEE 105 and EEE 107.
- BS EE: Must have taken EEE 103 and three out of the following: EEE 53, EEE 101, EEE 105, and EEE 107.
- On residency rules
- Students are required to be in residency one year prior to graduation. For example, if the remaining subjects of a student are offered only during the second semester, the student must enroll in residency for the first semester to satisfy the 1-year residency rule. If for some reason, the student has to go on LOA at any time during the last year prior to graduation, the student must write an appeal to the CSAPG as early as possible.
- Students graduating with honors are required to be in residency two years prior to graduation. If for some reason, the student has to go on LOA at any time during the last two years prior to graduation, the student must write an appeal to the CSAPG as early as possible.
- List of GE courses here.
- In the Arts & Humanities domain, a minimum of nine (9) units of communication courses in English are required (these can be any of the ff: Eng 1, Eng 10, Eng 11, Eng 12, Eng 30, CW 10 and Comm 3).
- Math 1 and Math 2 are NOT allowed for EEEI students with student numbers older than 2012-XXXXX. Math 1 may be enrolled if you are from batch 2012 or younger.
- The College of Science highly discourages students to enroll in Bio 1 or Geol 1 if the student has finished Nat Sci 2 and vice versa.
- For students with student number 2012 and younger, some RGEP subjects are required for them to take. These are: English 10, Comm 3 (in English), Fil 40, Kas 1, Philo 1 and STS.
- NSTP is required for all students. Each student is required to take 3-unit courses for 2 semesters (6 units total). Students may only take these courses after their first year. The following are components of the NSTP program: (1) Military Training Services (MTS), (2) Civic Welfare Training Services (CWTS), and (3) Literacy Training Services (LTS). Both 3-unit courses to be taken must be from the same component of the program and from the same department (e.g. if you took CWTS 1 in EEE, you must also take CWTS 2 in EEE). Engineering students are strongly encouraged to take CWTS subjects from the College of Engineering. If the student is a transferee and has taken NSTP 1 in his/her previous university, the student must write a letter of appeal to the CSAPG that the NSTP 1 previously taken be credited. The student should process this appeal as soon as possible and take any NSTP 2 course in UP Diliman.
- On Free Electives:
- GE courses cannot be credited as free electives.
- If you want to take a language elective, you should finish the two consecutive 3-unit courses (e.g. French 10 and 11), totalling 6 units, for the elective to be credited.
- EEE subjects can be credited as free electives.
- On enrolling subjects outside the curriculum
- for enrichment purposes
- Student must be in good academic standing and up-to-date with the requirements of his/her curriculum
- Student may enroll in 1 or 2 courses outside his/her curriculum per semester as long as the total load does not result in overload for that semester
- Student should write letter indicating reason for taking a particular subject outside of the curriculum, then get endorsement from the registration adviser and approval from the institute director
- Student must be informed by the registration adviser of the consequences of enrolling in courses outside the curriculum, like added burden on academic load and possible delay in graduation
- for shifting purposes
- Student must indicate intention to shift in a letter addressed to the institute director and noted by the registration adviser
- The student must shift within one year, subject to compliance with the admission requirements of the admitting unit
- If the student cannot shift within one year, for whatever reason, he/she shall follow the curriculum of the original degree program
- The student must be informed by the registration adviser of the consequences of enrolling in courses outside the curriculum, like added burden on academic load and possible delay in graduation
- for enrichment purposes
- On voluntary shifting out (VSO):
- Students who are in good standing and intending shift out of the college should submit a letter of intent and fill out an application form for VSO. The letter must be noted by both your registration adviser and the EEEI director. Once the VSO status is granted , you will be under the advisement of the College Secretary (Dr. Jhoanna Pedrasa) and/or the Assoc. Dean for Student Affairs (Dr. Rhandley Cajote).
- The VSO status is for ONE ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY, during which a student is given the opportunity to enroll subjects outside the curriculum of his current program and shift/transfer to another college.
- If the VSO student fails to transfer to another program, he will return back to being a regular student under his current program and will be subject again to the restrictions of its curriculum.Extension of VSO status for students under the College Sec/ADSA is subject to the endorsement of their department chairs/institute directors. Also, the VSO student must enroll at least fifteen (15) credit units per semester in order to qualify for an extension.
- If the extension of VSO status is not approved, the student may opt to transfer to Non Major status or transfer to another university.
- VSO students under the College Sec/ADSA must always present their contract (Transfer to Voluntary Shifting Out Status) to their adviser for pre-advising.
- On shifting within the college:
- Students who are in good standing and intending to shift to another Engineering course should write a letter of intent and then proceed to the EEEI FRAC representative (Tess de Leon) for further instructions.