- Applicants for admission to the College of Law should have pursued and satisfactorily completed a Bachelor’s degree in an authorized and recognized college or university and have earned: 18 units of English, 18 units of Social Science, 6 units of Mathematics and 6 units of Filipino.
- All students entering the College of Law for the first time shall take an entrance examination, which consists mainly of a test of logic, comprehension, articulation and aptitude for the law profession. Entrance examinations are given, generally at any time between the closing of the school year and reopening of classes.
- Note: A bachelor’s degree holder who passed the entrance examination but lacks the required number of units in the required courses may conditionally enter the College of Law, but must satisfy these requirements before admission to Second Year Law.
- As a matter of policy, the College of Law does not accept transferees from other schools, except in extremely meritorious cases as may be determined by the Dean.
- All new students enrolling in the College of Law or reenrolling after an absence of two consecutive semesters are under academic probation for the entire school year. The Committee on Admission or the Dean may set the conditions under which students are admitted on probation.