FIRST SEMESTER 2018-2019

REGISTRATION ACTIVITIES

30-31 July, 01 August 2018

 

CHEMISTRY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

 

  1. Online or manual ADVISING will be implemented. Refer to the list of advisers(http://www.chem.upd.edu.ph/index.php/academics/registration). Email your adviser.  Go to the I-Chem Administration Office if you have yet to hear from your adviser.
  1. PRINT your Form 5a once your adviser has ‘signed’ your form online. For manual advising, you may print your Form 5a and have your adviser sign prior to enlisting other courses.
  1. For ENLISTMENT of Chemistry courses, use the ONLINE WAITLIST MODULE.
  1. Go to I-Chem Administration Office for POST-ADVISING. The Director, Deputy Directors or your adviser will sign your Form 5.

CHEMISTRY GRADUATE STUDENTS

  1. For manual ADVISING, PRINT your Form 5a.

Please see the Graduate Adviser, Dr. Guillermo Nuesca  or the Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Marlon Conato at the I-Chem Administrative Office.

  1. For ONLINE ADVISING:

Please send the graduate advisers through email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a scanned copy of your latest TCG or a screen-captured image of your grades on CRS AND your planned courses to be enrolled.

Your thesis research adviser can also serve as your registration adviser. Email her/him directly your registration plans and your CRS-based grades.

PRINT your Form 5a once your adviser ‘signs’ the form online.

  1. For ENLISTMENT of Chemistry courses, use the ONLINE WAITLIST MODULE.

 

  1. Go to I-Chem Administration Office for POST-ADVISING. The Director, Deputy Directors or your adviser will sign your Form 5.
  1. If you need a new Program of Study(POS) form for DOST/CHED scholarships or for other purposes, please accomplish an updated POS and ask the signatures of the Graduate Adviser and the Director.

STUDENTS ENLISTING IN CHEMISTRY COURSES

 

  1. No manual enlistment. Use the ONLINE WAITLIST MODULE.
  1. The Online Waitlist Module will open at 8 am and close at 11 am for processing and again open at 1 pm and process at 4 pm.  We will repeat this until there are no more slots available.
  1. Check your CRS accounts regularly.

 


Step 1: The Student will go to the Office of the College Secretary (OCS) of his/her college.

Inform the students with Assessed Form 5a to proceed to the Office of the College Secretary. Once there, ask the student whether he/she intends to avail the free tuition and other school fees privilege or he/she will voluntarily opt out. Please note that it is important that students be informed of their options and the steps that each will entail before asking them for their final decision.

If the student expressed his interest to avail the free tuition, proceed to Step 2.a. If the student intends to opt out, proceed to Step 2.b.

Step 2.a The OCS evaluates the student for eligibility to avail the free tuition and other school fees privilege.

Assess whether the student may be granted the free tuition and other school fees and make sure that he/she:

• Is within the prescribed period (normal length of time to complete the requirements for graduation, e.g. 4 years for BA Philo, 5 years for BS BAA) plus 1 year. Note that in the emergency meeting of college secretaries and graduate program coordinators, we agreed that we will use the student number to reckon the years of residence.

• Has not completed a bachelor’s degree
• Is not taking up Law
• Is not in the Medicine proper program
• Is not a graduate student
• Is not permanently disqualified
• Is not a non-degree student
• Is not a cross-registrant from a non-UP home unit
• Is not a special student without credit

If the student is qualified proceed to unlocking the student’s Form 5 and tagging him/her by choosing the “Free Tuition” in the Scholarship Assignment Module.

After this, proceed to Step 3.

If the student is not qualified, proceed to Step 3.

Step 2.b. If the student decides to opt out of availing the free tuition and other school fees privilege, have him/her accomplish the VOLUNTARY OPT OUT FORM.

Inform the student that deciding to opt out entails paying the tuition as a contribution to the university. Instruct him/her to have his/her parent/guardian sign the form and submit it before proceeding to Step 4.

Step 3. Reassessment and Printing of Form 5

Proceed to reassessment and print the Form 5. If the student has other privileges

(e.g. faculty dependent, other nationally funded scholarship like DOST, etc.) tell him/her to proceed to the Office of the University Registrar for special assessment. After this, the student proceeds to Step 4.

Step 4. Post-advising and Completion of Registration

Tell the student to proceed to post-advising.

If the student is qualified for free tuition and other school fees privilege, tell him/her that after post advising he/she is to return to OCS to have his Form 5 stamped as “Registered.” This will complete his/her registration.

If the student opted out of or did not qualify for free tuition and other school fees privilege, tell him/her to proceed to post-advising then to payment. This will complete his/her registration.

 

Step 1: The Student will go to the Office of the College Secretary (OCS) of his/her college.

Inform the students with validated Form 5a to proceed to the Office of the College Secretary. Once there, ask the student whether he/she intends to avail the free tuition and other school fees privilege or he/she will voluntarily opt out. Please note that it is important that students be informed of their options and the steps that each will entail before asking them for their final decision.

If the student expressed his interest to avail the free tuition, proceed to Step 2.a. If the student intends to opt out, proceed to Step 2.b.

Step 2.a The OCS evaluates the student for eligibility to avail the free tuition and other school fees privilege.

Assess whether the student may be granted the free tuition and other school fees and make sure that he/she:

• Is within the prescribed period (normal length of time to complete the requirements for graduation, e.g. 4 years for BA Philo, 5 years for BS BAA) plus 1 year. Note that in the emergency  meeting of college secretaries and graduate program coordinators, we agreed that we will use the student number to reckon the years of residence.
• Has not completed a bachelor’s degree
• Is not taking up Law
• Is not in the Medicine proper program
• Is not a graduate student
• Is not permanently disqualified
• Is not a non-degree student
• Is not a cross-registrant from a non-UP home unit
• Is not a special student without credit

If the student is qualified proceed to tagging the student by choosing the “Free Tuition” in the Scholarship Assignment Module. After this, proceed to Step 3.

If the student is not qualified, proceed to Step 3.

Step 2.b. If the student decides to opt out of availing the free tuition and other school fees privilege, have him/her accomplish the VOLUNTARY OPT OUT FORM.

Inform the student that deciding to opt out entails paying the tuition as a contribution to the university. Instruct him/her to have his/her parent/guardian sign the form and submit it before proceeding to Step 3.

Step 3. Assessment and Printing of Form 5

Proceed to assessment and print the Form 5. If the student has other privileges (e.g. faculty dependent, other nationally funded scholarship like DOST, etc.) tell him/her to proceed to the Office of the University Registrar for special assessment. After this, the student proceeds to Step 4.

Step 4. Post-advising and Completion of Registration

Tell the student to proceed to post-advising.

If the student is qualified for free tuition and other school fees privilege, tell him/her that after post advising he/she is to return to OCS to have his Form 5 stamped as “Registered.” This will complete his/her registration.

If the student opted out of or did not qualify for free tuition and other school fees privilege, tell him/her to proceed to post-advising then to payment. This will complete his/her registration.

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate Course offerings for 1st Semester

The Institute of Chemistry transferred to its two new buildings (Research and Teaching) at the CS complex last June 2012. The undergraduate courses offered this 1st semester are:

  • Chem 1
  • Chem 16
  • Chem 17
  • Chem 26 and 26.1
  • Chem 28 and 28.1
  • Chem 31 and 31.1
  • Chem 40 and 40.1
  • Chem 150 and 150.1
  • Chem 154
  • For Majors: Chem 16, 17, 28, 33, 145, 153, 154, 101.1, 102.2, 200
Graduate Course offerings for 1st Semester 2012-2013

Analytical:
  • Chem 220: Instrumental Methods of Analysis (5:30-7 TTh)
  • Chem 220.1: Instrumental Methods of Analysis (1:00-6pm M)
  • Chem 329: Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry (Environmental and Atmospheric Chemistry, Lamorena-Lim).

Biochemistry:
  • Chem 240: Advanced Biochemistry (4-530 TTh, WF).

Physical Chemistry:
  • Chem 250: Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Chem 255: Quantum Chemistry

Organic Chemistry:
  • Chem 230: Physical Organic Chemistry (5:30-7 WF)
  • Graduate Seminars:
Enrollment Survey Forms

For 2nd Sem AY 2011-2012