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Frequently Asked Questions

Today is Wednesday, September 20, 2017  

These are answers to the most common and current questions regarding on-line application for graduation. Should your queries be left unanswered after reading the answers herein, please contact the Help Desk support team at helpdesk@dlsu.edu.ph.

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APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION CONCERNS:

  1. In what website can I access the on-line application for graduation?
    You can click the “Apply to Graduate” link in your My.LaSalle account main page.
     
  2. When does the on-line application period start and how long is its duration?
    The on-line application for graduation facility of your My.LaSalle account is accessible on the 8th and 9th week of your final term.
     
  3. Can I apply for graduation on-line any time of the day at any day of the week?
    No. The system will only entertain applications for graduation Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Saturdays 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 nn.
     
  4. How can I validate if my application to graduate is successful?
    After you finish filling out the form, you will be given a confirmation number which you will present to the Office of the University Registrar on the scheduled date.
     
  5. Is the application free?
    No. A week after you apply on-line, you can get the assessed amount from the Front Desk of the Office of the University Registrar. Only after you pay the indicated amount will you be included in the roster of graduating students.
     
  6. I clicked the “Apply to Graduate” link but was taken to a page where I was informed that I was not allowed to use the facility, what does this mean?
    It could mean that you have to clear some records with the Office of the University Registrar. To clarify the matter, you can contact 524-4611 local 112 and look for the person in-charge of your college’s records. You can also e-mail registrar@dlsu.edu.ph.
     
  7. I believe I am qualified to receive honors upon graduation, do I need to apply for this?
    If you qualify for honors, you will be automatically included in the honors’ list where you meet the criteria. You can also be nominated by your classmate.
     
  8. What will happen if I indicated in the on-line application that I will attend the graduation rehearsals but failed to do so?
    The rehearsals are intended to show you what will happen on your graduation day. It will also show how things are done so everything will run smoothly. However, we are also aware that some unexpected events might happen and you might not be able to make it. For this reason, if you will not make it to the rehearsal, you will be instructed on what to do in the venue on your graduation day.
     
  9. What time does the ceremony start? How long will it take?
    The ceremony starts at exactly 9:00 a.m. and ends after 2 or 3 hours.
     
  10. How many guests can I bring along with me? Where and when can I get the tickets?
    A graduating student will be given 2 to 3 tickets for his/her guests depending upon the number of graduates. The tickets are given out during the graduation rehearsal. When a student fails to attend the rehearsal, he/she can get the tickets from the Registrar’s Office Front Desk, La Salle Hall Room 133.
     
  11. What is the baccalaureate mass?
    The baccalaureate mass is where excellence awards, departmental and loyalty medals are awarded to students. It is usually held in the Chapel of the Most Blessed Sacrament (main chapel).
     
  12. How do I get my correct cap and gown size?
    The gown size depends on your height. To get your correct cap measurement, on the TOGA MEASUREMENTS section of your on-line application for graduation, click the “see head measurement instructions” link.
     
  13. What documents will I have after graduation?
    The graduation package includes the diploma, the yearbook and the transcript of records. These will be mailed to you two (2) months after the commencement exercise.
     
  14. How do I prove that I am a graduate if I don’t have my diploma?
    You can request for certified true copies of your transcript of records and a certification of graduation from the Office of the University Registrar during the graduation rehearsal period.
     
  15. Is there an office which will provide assistance in my search for a job after graduation?
    The Graduation Information Form which you will be required to accomplish, will be kept by the Office of Career Services. You will also have a file with the De La Salle Alumni Association. A number of topnotch companies contact these offices in search of La Salle alumni.

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