• Holder of a baccalaurete program;
  • Must have earned the following number of units in:
    • English – 18 units
    • Social Sciences – 18 units
    • Mathematics – 6 units
  • Must pass the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhilSAT) and dean’s interview.


  • Completed Application and Evaluation Form (application and evaluation fee: P300.00);
  • Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhilSAT) result;
  • Recommendation for enrollment from the Dean (interview result);
  • Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR);
  • Honorable Dismissal/ Certificate of Transfer credentials;
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character (If working, from your employer, barangay, or from the school where you graduated;
  • Special Order (S.O.);
  • Birth certificate (NSO copy and photocopy). If married, include marriage contract;
  • Medical certificate with laboratory:
    • CBC
    • Urinalysis
    • X-ray
    • Blood-type
  • Psychological test result (P300.00 testing fee);
  • Two (2) pcs. recent passport size pictures; and
  • Php 40.00 for two (2) pcs. long size envelope (thick/customized).


  • Complete the application and evaluation form;
  • Submit the Transcript of Records (TOR);
  • Take the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhilSAT);
  • Applicants who pass the test will be scheduled for an interview with the College of Law dean;
  • After the interview, students may proceed to the admission office for enrollment.