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Admission Policy


Adventist University of the Philippines is an institution of higher learning operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It accepts application from individuals irrespective of race, color, sex, and religious affiliation, whose manner of acting, feeling and thinking are in harmony with the philosophy, mission and vision of the institution; and whose capacities and abilities show the possibility of achieving a satisfactory scholastic record.  Although church membership is not a pre-requisite for admission, applicants are expected to abide by the rules and regulations of the University regarding attendance to selected services.

To be eligible for college education at the Adventist University of the Philippines, an applicant must have finished high school (Grade 7 to Grade 12) and must give evidence of intellectual capacity to hurdle college education with satisfactory health condition, good moral character, financial capability to pay for tuition and a desire to learn.

AUP practices open admission however an applicant must have a high school general average of at least 80%.  In case the applicant’s general average in high school is below 80%, the new student is on scholastic probation for one semester with the expectation that at the end of one semester the overall GPA of the student is 2.25.

Adventist University of the Philippines does not have specialized facilities or personnel to work with students who have significant learning differences.  The Guidance Services Department of the University will evaluate the student with learning differences on a case to case basis with respect to the school’s ability to provide those students a quality education.  AUP may deny enrollment of the student if the school determines, at its role discretion, that it cannot adequately serve the needs of the student.