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Frequently Asked Questions



Yes. Since we have OPEN ADMISSION, students without their High School Report Card may enroll and submit the report card together with other enrollment credentials later.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

The conduct of the MCL Admissions Examination is postponed until further notice. Students may apply online and follow the guidelines for online admission and enrollment.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

You may proceed to the Pre-Enrollment Survey through this link here.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

Yes. You can submit the lacking documents until August 31, 2020.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

You may contact our Treasury Office via email at treasury@mcl.edu.ph.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

Fees are actually system-generated. The assessment of fees will be available after being enrolled in the system. This will happen between Steps 3 and 4.

You can also check your OneMCL account to view the assessment of fees (after receiving the confirmation from BBL via course message) before paying the dues.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

You can check your OneMCL account to view the class schedule of fees (after receiving the confirmation from BBL via course message) before paying the dues.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

Yes. There are installment options that you could avail. You may settle 20% or 40% of the total fees as initial payment.

Yes. You may proceed with the Step 1 of the enrollment procedures.

A comprehensive discussion on this query is posted here.

Unfortunately, the privilege of choosing a preferred section is given only to confirmed and pre-enrolled students. Slots for the sections may be chosen based on subject availability.

You are advised and encouraged to enroll as soon as possible to have a chance to get the available slots.

To help you on your enrollment, please check the guidelines posted here.

You may email a letter of appeal for reconsideration addressed to:

PROF. JAMES RONALD O. MESINA
Assistant Vice-President for Academic Services
Malayan Colleges Laguna - A Mapua School

Kindly give us at least 5 working days to evaluate your request.

Yes. You can state the title of the program that you are applying in the Pre-Enrollment Survey.

To help you on your enrollment, the link to the survey is posted here.

Yes. You can apply for the scholarship once enrolled.

For complete details, please check the guidelines posted on this link here.

You can apply for the scholarship once enrolled.

For complete details, please check the guidelines posted on this link here.

This is highly discouraged. Once enrolled, the student is allowed to change the schedule only during the first week of classes. By this time, many sections and courses might have been closed already.

Enrollment of students to the sections and courses is system-assigned.

The MCL Admissions Examination is designed to assess the readiness of the students to take their preferred program. It will provide baseline data for MCL to have a forecast in the new student's competency and aptitude.

If you fail to meet the required score in the exam as part of the post-enrollment clearance, you will be given some recommendations on study habits and doing well in your academic endeavors.

You are considered reserved if the Agreement form was received and acknowledged until April 30, 2020.

You can also avail the privileges of pre-enrolled and confirmed students.

Yes. Transferees have separate enrollment schedule from July 15 to 30, 2020. All applications are subject to review, academic advising, and recommendation of the academic department that manages the program applied for.

Please email admissions@mcl.edu.ph for assistance.

Scholarship examination will be tentatively scheduled on the last week of July for those who applied by submitting for application form and other requirements in Blackboard Learn.

Results will be released 15 working days after the conduct of the scholarship examination.

For more details, please refer to the guidelines posted here.

MCL currently has no agreement with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for its scholarship programs. If the scholarship gives the amount to the student for payment to MCL, then there will be no problem.

For CHED, Tulong-Dunong and Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) scholarship programs are part of our existing Memorandum of Agreement. However, application to these scholarship programs is a responsibility of the student except for eligibility that is determined by CHED through its own database for from DSWD's LISTAHANAN.

Since fees are system-generated, we can only issue the certification of matriculation once the student enrolled already. In the past, students enroll first and just reimburse the school fees from the sponsoring organization or company.

Yes. However, this is subject to the review, academic advising, and recommendation of the Senior High School Department.

To request for assistance, please email admissions@mcl.edu.ph.

Yes. Transferees have separate enrollment schedule from July 15 to 30, 2020. Please email admissions@mcl.edu.ph for assistance.

Since we now implement the OPEN ADMISSION, students may apply online, and follow the guidelines for online admission and enrollment.

To guide you on the procedures for enrollment, please visit our website here.

Since the government has no advisory yet on the opening of Senior High School vouchers, we encourage students to enroll first while waiting for the voucher. This is to secure the slots for the Senior High School.

Once the voucher is released, the student may send to us the Qualified Voucher Registration (QVR) Certificate so we can reassess the fees and apply any applicable adjustment to the matriculation fees.

For more updates on the Senior High School voucher, please the website of the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC).

We can retrieve this information for you. Please email admissions@mcl.edu.ph for assistance. Due to the volume of email messages received daily, please give us at least 3 working days to respond to your message.

Unfortunately, we cannot process your enrollment with us without the Learner Reference Number. LRN may be found in your School ID or in the Report Card.