Student Aid Program
I. Makati Science Technological Institute, in its Commitment to promote Quality Education, provides its student with aid or assistance which comes in the form of the following:
- Discount Privileges
- Entrance Scholarships
- Academic Scholarships
- Non-academic Scholarships
- Student Assistants Scholarship Program
- Special Scholarship
II. All discount privileges, scholarships, and grants are governed by the following policies:
- All discount privileges, scholarships, and grants, expect Those extended to the members of the College Band, are Personal and, are therefore, non-transferable.
- All applications for discount privileges, scholarship, and Grants are made through and approved by the Dean of Student Affairs.
- Approved application for discount privileges, scholarship, and grants are forwarded to and processed by the Accounting Office.
- The college’s scholars and grantees should maintain exemplary Behavior and must attend their classes regularly.
- All scholars and grantees, except those under the student Assistants scholarship program, are required to pay their miscellaneous fees.
- Application for discounts, scholarship, or grants must be made on or before the preliminary examines.
- No students shall enjoy plurality of discount privileges, scholarship, or grants.
III. Special discount privileges are hereby granted as follows:
- For 3 siblings who are enrolled simultaneously in the College/ Department. A forty percent discount on tuition fee is granted to the brother or sisters enrolled in The lowest year level.
- For 4 siblings who are enrolled simultaneously in the High School and or College Department, a one hundred percent Discount on tuition fee is granted to the brother sister enrolled In the lowest year level.
- A fifty percent discount on tuition is granted to the spouse Or in child of a faculty member and or non academic personnel.
- A one hundred percent discount on tuition fee is granted to any Regular full time faculty member and non academic personnel.
III. Entrance scholarships are extended to valedictorian and salutatorian of secondary schools duly recognized by the department of education subject to the following policies prescribed by the office of the director of Scholarship:
- A high school valedictorian enrolling in the college department shall be entitled to a one hundred percent discount on tuition fee provided that the school where he or she graduated has at least one hundred graduates. A high school valedictorian who graduated. A high school valedictorian who graduated from a school with less than one hundred graduates shall be entitled to a fifty percent discount on tuition fee.
- A high school salutatorian enrolling in the college department shall be entitled to fifty percent discount on tuition fee provided that school where he or she graduated has at least one hundred graduates. A high school salutatorians who graduated from a school with less than one hundred graduates shall be entitled to a 25 percent discount on tuition fee.
- An applicant for entrance scholarship must present submit the following credentials:
- Certificate from the high school principal of the honor he or she has obtained.
- Certificate of good moral character from the high school guidance office.
- Approval of scholarship grant by the dean of student affairs.
IV. Discount privileges for academic scholars are based on their respective weighted averages obtained during the preceding semester.
- A one hundred percent discount is granted to a scholar whose weighted average grade is at least 92-93 percent.
- A seventy five percent discount is a granted to a scholar whose weighted average grade is at least 91 percent.
- A fifty percent discount is granted to scholar whose weighted average grade is at least 90.5 percent.
V. An academic scholarship grant is applicable only for one semester. It renewed for another semester if the student shall again quality scholarship.
VI. All applications for Academic Scholarship must be made through and approved by the Director of Scholarship.
VII. No Academic Scholarship is granted during the Summer Term.
VIII. No transferee is entitled to Academic Scholarship unless he has completed the minimum residence requirement of at least two consecutive semesters.
IX. No student shall enjoy any Academic Scholarship Grant if he is enrolled in a course with only a maximum 20 students.
X. Non-Academic or Athletics Scholarship are extended to the members of the College’s Varsity Teams upon the recommendation of the respective coaches and the Athletics Moderator and upon the approval of the Director of Scholarship.
- The percentage of discounts on tuition fees shall be based on the athlete’s performance as evaluated by the team’s coach and the Athletics Moderator.
- An Athletics Scholarship Grant is available only for one semester. It may renewed if the student should again qualify for another grant.
- The discount on an athlete’s tuition fee is applicable only for a maximum of 15 units including laboratory and non-academic subjects.
- An athletic scholar who fails in one or more subjects shall be required to pay fifty percent (50%) of the tuition fees of such subject/s failed whether these are academic or non-academic.
XI. The Student Assistants’ Scholarship Program of the College is designed to help financially handicapped but deserving students who would like to pursue their tertiary education and at the same time serve as apprentices in any of the school’s offices, or laboratories, or facilities.
- All Students Assistants are exempted from payment of tuition and miscellaneous fees.
- All applicants to the Students Assistants’ Scholarship Program must pass the qualifying examination given by the College’s Guidance Office as well as the series of interviews conducted by the Guidance Councilor, the Head of the Students Assistants Scholarship Program, the human Resource Development Head, the Dean of Student Affairs, and such other designated authority.
- Application forms for Student Assistants’ Scholarship together with following credentials must be submitted by the applicant to the Dean of Student Affairs:
- A photocopy of his/her latest report card
- A photocopy of the latest Income Tax Returns of his/her parent/s or BIR Certification that his/her parents’ income did not reach the taxable level.
- A photocopy of his/her Certification of Baptism
- A photocopy of his/her Certification of Baptism
- A Letter of Application addressed to the Student Assistants Scholarship Program Head
- Two (2) copies of his/her recent 2×2 Picture
- Such other pertinent documents as may required by the Students Assistants Scholarship Program Head
- Any applicant to the Program must have a general weighted average of at least 85%.
- Student Assistant applicant is required to have a grade of at least 80% in each of his/her subjects, whether academic or non-academic.