Technological Institute of the Philippines

T.I.P. is now accepting college applicants! Official enrollment will start on July 1, 2020



Thank you for your interest in applying!

We have prepared these answers to help guide you in your online registration and enrollment. Please click the headers below to see the answers.

If you have other inquiries that have not been covered, you can reach us through:

FOR INCOMING T.I.P. COLLEGE STUDENTS: [email protected] (T.I.P. Quezon City) or [email protected] (T.I.P. Manila)

FOR CURRENT T.I.P. COLLEGE STUDENTS: [email protected]

Keep safe!


START OF SCHOOL YEAR 2020-2021

The start of T.I.P. classes for College is Monday, August 24, 2020



T.I.P.'S MODES OF DELIVERY OF CLASSES FOR 1ST SEMESTER, SY 2020-2021

T.I.P. shall only offer online / flexible learning for the 1st Semester, SY 2020-2021. There shall be no regular classroom set up for face-to-face in-school mode of delivery considering the COVID-19 pandemic. This is for the safety and wellbeing of the entire T.I.P. community.


ENROLLMENT DATE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

Enrollment for new and old college students will start on July 1, 2020.


REQUIREMENTS FOR INCOMING COLLEGE STUDENTS

Here is the list of requirements for incoming college freshmen:

[1] Original Form 138 (Report Card)/Alternative Learning System (ALS) Examinee Report Form or Certificate of Rating of the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT)
[2] Four (4) pcs of identical 2”x2” recent picture
[3] Two (2) pcs of 1”x1” recent ID picture
[4] Original copy of PSA Birth Certificate
[5] Certificate of Good Moral Character
[6] Certification of Honors (for Honor Students)
[7] Online Entrance Exam for SHS graduates with Grade Point Average from 75 to 79

After registering online through [email protected] (for T.I.P. QC) and [email protected] (for T.I.P. Manila), you may submit your admissions requirements online via https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.

Be sure copies are clear.

You shall be directed when to present the original copies in person.


REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFEREES

Here is the list of requirements for incoming college freshmen:

[1] Original copy of the Transfer Credentials
[2] Transcript of Records or Certification of Grades from the last school attended
[3] Four (4) pcs of identical 2"x2" recent picture
[4] Two (2) pcs of 1"x1" recent ID picture
[5] Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate
[6] Certificate of Good Moral Character
[7] Online entrance Exam / Interview in person

You may click this link admissions to know about T.I.P.'s online enrollment processes.

After registering online through admissions, you may submit your admissions requirements online via https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.

Be sure copies are clear.

You shall be directed when to present the original copies in person.


REQUIREMENTS FOR ALS/PEPT PASSERS: DIPLOMA OR COMPLETION CERTIFICATE FOR SECONDARY LEVEL


For ALS/PEPT Passers: Diploma or Completion Certificate for Secondary Level

For Valedictorians, Salutatorians, Third to Tenth Rank: Certification of Honors signed by the high school principal stating the honor received

For Previous Graduates: Certification from the high school principal stating that the Form 137A is still in the school file and has not been forwarded to another tertiary school.

After registering online through admissions, you may submit your admissions requirements online via https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.

Be sure copies are clear.

You shall be directed when to present the original copies in person.


REQUIREMENTS FOR FILIPINO APPLICANTS FROM SCHOOLS ABROAD


For Filipino Applicants from Schools Abroad (Except for Filipino Schools Under the Department of Education): Certificate of Completion of Secondary Education or its equivalent

After registering online through admissions, you may submit your admissions requirements online via https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.

Be sure copies are clear.

You shall be directed when to present the original copies in person.


REQUIREMENTS FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS WHO GRADUATED FROM A HIGH SCHOOL IN THE PHILIPPINES


For Foreign Nationals who graduated from a high school in the Philippines: Alien Certificate of Registration or I-Card or Special Study Permit (SSP); Original and photocopy of passport for applicant graduated from high school abroad

Certificate of Completion of Secondary Education; Alien Certificate of Registration or I-Card or Special Study Permit (SSP); Original and photocopy of passport

After registering online through admissions, you may submit your admissions requirements online via https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.
Be sure copies are clear.

You shall be directed when to present the original copies in person.


ONLINE REGISTRATION AND ENROLLMENT PROCESS FOR INCOMING COLLEGE STUDENTS AND TRANSFEREES

Here is the enrollment step-by-step process for incoming college and transferee students:

STEP 1: Completely fill out the online application form through https://admission.tip.edu.ph/web.
STEP 2: A reference number shall be provided along with an email confirmation of your application.
STEP 3: Send the school requirements and reference number to https://bit.ly/TIPNewStudentAdmission.
STEP 4: The submitted requirements shall undergo verification.
STEP 5: After successful verification, expect an email from T.I.P. regarding your interview (for transferees) / exam schedule (for new students, only if needed).
STEP 6a: New students (those exempted from and those who’ve passed the entrance exam) shall be registered to a block section by T.I.P.
STEP 6b: Transferees who passed the interview shall be evaluated by the program chair. Once approved, you shall be registered to a section.
STEP 7: T.I.P. shall email you the Enrollment Pre-registration Form containing courses enrolled, assessed fees, payment instructions, and guide on how to register to EmpowerED ARIS, T.I.P.’s student portal.
STEP 8: Pay fees via Dragonpay, Payapp, or over-the-counter payment at any BDO branch.
STEP 9: Attend the online school orientation. The schedule shall be sent via email.


ONLINE ENROLLMENT PROCESS FOR CONTINUING (including previous transferees) T.I.P. COLLEGE STUDENTS

Here is the step-by-step online online enrollment process for continuing T.I.P. college students

STEP 1: Log in to your EmpowerED ARIS student portal
  QC: https://webqc2.tip.edu.ph/portal/student/new/public/login.php
  MLA: https://webmla.tip.edu.ph/portal/student/new/public/login.php.
STEP 2: Select your block section / free section. For transferees, you shall pre-register to your preferred course first.
STEP 3: For transferees, expect an email on courses to be validated by Program Advisors we well as a follow up email to confirm when validation is done.
STEP 4: Select your block section/free section. For transferees, select your section.
STEP 5: Save the transaction
STEP 6: Print the pre-enrollment form
STEP 7: Pay fees via Dragonpay, Payapp, or over-the-counter payment at any BDO branch


FACE TO FACE/ ON SITE ENROLLMENT

Students are encouraged to register and enroll online for the 1st Semester, SY 2020-2021. However, to accommodate those who may have difficulty going online, starting Wednesday, July 1, 2020, designated areas in T.I.P. Manila and T.I.P. Quezon City campuses shall be open for enrollees. The General Community Quarantine guidelines limit the movement of any person below twenty-one (21) years old and those who are sixty (60) years old and above. As such, parents or guardians aged below 60 years old can assist in the registration and/or enrollment needs of the student applicant. Students are required, however, to first set an online appointment schedule via the T.I.P. Online Appointment System (https://bit.ly/TIPAppointmentSystem).


ONLINE APPOINTMENT SYSTEM

T.I.P. shall only accomodate enrollees with scheduled appointment. Visit this link https://bit.ly/TIPAppointmentSystem and completely fill out the T.I.P. Online Appointment System Form before submitting. Wait for the email confirmation of your appointment before going to T.I.P.


DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGISTERED, RESERVED AND ENROLLED


Registered - when you self admit in the online process, it means you are signifying your intention to enroll.
Reserved - only when you pay the non-refundable reservation fee, but the amount shall be credited to your account if you continue with your enrollment.
Enrolled - when you have made a downpayment, or at best, full payment.


ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE IF STUDENT FAILED TO ENROLL IN THE PREVIOUS SEMESTER

Here is the step-by-step process for online enrollment of returnees

STEP 1: Completely fill out the online Re-Admission form.
  QC: bit.ly/TIPQCReadmission
  MANILA: bit.ly/TIPMLAReadmission
STEP 2: T.I.P. shall clear your pending liabilities. Once cleared, you shall receive an email to proceed with the enrollment process.
STEP 3: Log in to your EmpowerED ARIS student portal
  QC: https://webqc2.tip.edu.ph/portal/student/new/public/login.php
  MLA: https://webmla.tip.edu.ph/portal/student/new/public/login.php.
STEP 4: Select block or free section
STEP 5: Save the transaction.
STEP 6: Print the pre-enrollment form
STEP 7: Pay fees via Dragonpay, Payapp, or over-the-counter payment any BDO branch.


ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS WITH ARIS LIABILITIES


Please email [email protected] or join the official T.I.P. student viber group https://invite.viber.com/?g2=AQBwxckQQuFptEtMHiuQoEAQdmDJGOE%2BbZb87oWW24HSuthcoAe1ykEEJBqar2wV&lang=en) so we can resolve the liabilities in your ARIS account.


HOW TO ENROLL USING A MOBILE PHONE


Any mobile phone that can access the internet or that can access Wi-Fi can enroll online.


HOW MUCH IS TUITION FEE

College Freshmen

For the 1st Semester of SY 2020-2021, College freshmen and transferees will have 51% lower miscellaneous fees for online/flexible learning compared to traditional face-to-face learning.

Tuition fee per unit is around PHP 1,300 depending on the program and course load. Generally students are allowed to take up to a maximum of 27 units (9 courses) for the upcoming semester depending on the actual class schedules and required courses. Of course, students can choose to take less courses should they so desire.

Old/Continuing Students

There is no increase in tuition and miscellaneous fees for the 1st Semester for SY 20-21. In fact, online/flexible miscellaneous fees for the upcoming semester have been made lower by 48% compared to traditional face-to-face learning.

Tuition fee per unit is around PHP 1,300 depending on the program and course load. Generally students are allowed to take up to a maximum of 27 units (9 courses) for the upcoming semester depending on the actual class schedules and required courses. Of course, students can choose to take less courses should they so desire.

For more information, please email [email protected].


MODE OF PAYMENT

You can process your payment online through:
1. PayApp: bit.ly/TIPOnlinePayment
2. DragonPay (If you are a current T.I.P. student, be sure to log in to your
T.I.P. e-mail to access the link):
https://tip.instructure.com/courses/4925/files?preview=331490
3. 7/11: https://oldwww.dragonpay.ph/7-eleven-how-to
4. Over-the-counter transaction at any BDO branch. Just fill up the BDO Cash or Check Transaction slip.

RESERVATION FEE PAID BEFORE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ECQ

The reservation fee shall be credited to your school fees when you finalize your enrollment for college. Click this link admissions to see enrollment procedures.


PROGRAMS BEING OFFERED IN T.I.P. MANILA


T.I.P. MANILA CAMPUS:

Engineering and Architecture
• Architecture (BSArch)
• Chemical Engineering (BSChE)
• Civil Engineering (BSCE)
• Computer Engineering (BSCpE)
• Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
• Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
• Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
• Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
Information Technology Education
• Computer Science (BSCS)
• Information Systems (BSIS)
• Information Technology (BSIT)
• Entertainment and Multimedia Computing
Business Education
• Accountancy (BSA)
• Accounting Information System
• Business Administration major in
  - Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BSBA-LSCM)
  - Financial Management
  - Human Resources Management
  - Marketing Management
Arts
• Bachelor of Arts Major in English Language (AB-ENGL)
• Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science (AB-POLSCI)


PROGRAMS BEING OFFERED IN T.I.P. QC


T.I.P. QUEZON CITY CAMPUS:

Engineering and Architecture
• Architecture (BSArch)
• Civil Engineering (BSCE)
• Computer Engineering (BSCpE)
• Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
• Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
• Environmental and Sanitary Engineering (BSEnSE)
• Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
• Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
Information Technology Education
• Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)
• Computer Science (BSCS)
• Information Systems (BSIS)
• Information Technology (BSIT)
Business Education
• Accountancy (BSA)
• Accounting Information System
• Business Administration major in
  - Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BSBA-LSCM)
  - Financial Management
  - Human Resources Management
  - Marketing Management
Arts
• Bachelor of Arts Major in English Language (AB-ENGL)
• Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science (AB-POLSCI)
• Bachelor of Science in Math
Education
• Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English
• Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics
• Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Science
• Bachelor of Special Needs Education


WHAT IS OSGT

The Online Study Group Tutorials (OSGT) is an online student service that is unique to T.I.P. It provides FREE online tutorial service to students particularly in Math and English.
It is facilitated by peer tutors who shall be coordinating with the Math and Physics Department for Math courses and with the English Language Proficiency Training Manager for the English courses.
OSGT is accessible via the Canvas LMS.


HOW TO REGISTER TO OSGT

Once officially enrolled in T.I.P., students shall be provided with a T.I.P. email account. Through the email, they will be able to access the FREE ONLINE STUDY GROUP TUTORIALS (OSGT) in Math Enhancement and English Enhancement.
Register online by clicking the link https://bit.ly/TIP_OSGT. The registration and the actual Online Study Group Tutorials (OSGT) are all for FREE!


HOW TO JOIN OSGT CLASSES

Once enrolled in the OSGT, students may start using the “Discussion” feature of the Canvas LMS.


SCHOLARSHIP EXAM RESULTS

The results of the Engr. Demetrio A. Quirino (EDAQ) Scholarship Qualifying Examination are now posted at the T.I.P. website.
Unfortunately, the qualifying examination for the Dr. Teresita U. Quirino (DTUQ) Scholarship has been suspended for this year because of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ).
Click this link scholarships to see other scholarship grants or discounts offered by T.I.P.


PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED DURING ONLINE ENROLLMENT

You may send your concerns regarding technical difficulties during online enrollment to [email protected]


WHAT TO DO WHEN TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES OCCUR DURING ONLINE CLASSES

You may send your queries to [email protected]. If you are a current
T.I.P. student, you can also join the Canvas Viber Community
bit.ly/TIPCanvas where students can raise their technical concerns and issues on Canvas.


OJT / INTERNSHIP IN 1ST SEMESTER

Students shall be required to do alternative activities in lieu of onsite on-the-job training. Please visit your Canvas account for the complete list of alternative OJT activities. Summer 2020 OJT students are already undergoing the alternative OJT program.


HOW TO AVAIL ONE'S SELF OF THE USUAL SERVICES OF OSA, GCC, MDS

The Student Well-Being Program shall allow students to consult/raise their concerns with the Guidance Counseling Center (GCC), Office of the Student Affairs (OSA), Medical and Dental Services (MDS) through the Canvas Learning Management System and other alternative means.


HOW TO AVAIL ONE'S SELF OF CAREER CENTER SERVICES

The T.I.P. Career Center shall continue to deliver its services and programs through varied online platforms; it has been transformed into a Virtual Career Center.


HOW DO I GET MY SCHOOL DOCUMENTS

You may email the Registrar of the campus where you are enrolled in through:
[email protected] (T.I.P. QC)
[email protected] (T.I.P. Manila)


1. ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE

ENROLLMENT FOR MODULAR DELIVERY OF CLASSES

All the modular courses to be taken for the whole semester should be enrolled simultaneously during the enrollment period from July 1, 2020 to August 22, 2020 subject to compliance with course pre-requisite.

NUMBER OF TIMES ONE HAS TO ENROLL FOR THE MODULAR DELIVERY OF COURSES

Only once. All the modular courses to be taken within the semester should be enrolled simultaneously during the enrollment period from July 1, 2020 to August 22, 2020 subject to compliance with course pre-requisite.

ENROLLING IN COURSES IN MODULES 2 AND/OR 3 ONLY

A student may opt to enroll courses belonging to modular group 2 (to be taken during the 7th week up to the 12th week) and Group 3 (to be taken during the 13th week up to the 18th week). However, the courses should still be enrolled during the enrollment period from July 1, 2020 to August 22, 2020.

2. TUITION FEES

FAILURE TO TAKE ONE MODULAR GROUP

All officially enrolled courses in modular groups 1,2, or 3 should be taken as scheduled. Otherwise, failure of the student to complete a course within the specified 6-week period shall be treated as DROPPED, thus, the T.I.P. rule on cancellation of enrollment/withdrawal/discontinuance of studies shall apply.

DROPPING OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF MODULAR GROUP 2

The Rules on cancellation of enrollment/withdrawal/discontinuance of studies shall appy to students who enrolled but drop at the middle of the semester. That means, all the total fees for all enrolled courses should be paid whether the student attended classes or not.

3. EXAMINATIONS

MODULAR DELIVERY OF COURSES STILL INCLUDES PRELIM, MIDTERM AND FINAL EXAMS.

The 6-week period for each modular group still includes the Prelim, Midterm, and Final Examinations to be administered through Canvas LMS.

4. LABORATORY COURSES

INCLUSION OF LABORATORY COURSES IN MODULAR GROUPS

Majority of courses requiring laboratory experiments are to be offered in the 2nd semester. This is to give time for the preparation of laboratory activities that can be deployed online via Canvas LMS.

5. COURSES OFFERED

LIST OF MODULAR COURSES FOR 1ST SEM, SY 2020-2021

The list of offered modular courses for 1st Semester, SY 2020-2021 is available in bit.ly/TIP-1stSemSched

6. ONLINE CLASS PROCEDURE

HOW DO PROFESSORS TEACH? DO THEY HAVE RECORDED VIDEOS / LESSONS OR THEY TEACH THROUGH A LIVE VIDEO CONFERENCE (eg. Zoom, Google Meet)?

Teaching and learning activities (TLAs) as well as assessment tasks(TAs) are delivered through a blend of both synchronous and asynchronous methods. Synchronous is live or real time. Asynchronous online teaching is where teaching materials are posted online, and students work through the TLAs and ATs in their own time, communicating with each other and the teacher using the Canvas LMS facilities such as discussion boards, assignments, among others. Live conferences are conducted via Google Meet, Zoom , among others.

HOW TO FIT A 6-UNIT SUBJECT (MAJOR) IN A ONE-HOUR ONLINE CLASS

The Canvas LMS has many features that allow teachers to conduct various teaching/learning activities and assessment tasks which the students can do outside live discussions of their teachers.

UPLOADING RECORDED LECTURES / DISCUSSIONS

Instructors can upload videos that can be downloaded and viewed offline. Recorded live conferences can also be saved. Students may request their instructors to send the recorded discussions for their offline viewing.

TIME MANAGEMENT FOR ONLINE STUDYING

T.I.P.'s modular course delivery is designed to help students from experiencing any online course burn out. With only 2 or 3 courses at a time, students shall have better time management to achieve a student-life balance.

COMPLETION CHALLEGES FOR THESIS, DESIGN, AND OTHER TIME-CONSUMING REQUIREMENTS

The schedule to complete the project/thesis/design shall be properly managed to allow completion within the 6-week modular period.

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