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UNP Admission Guidelines for A.Y. 2022- 2023:
1. Admission to the university undergraduate degree programs requires that the prospective students pass the UNP- College Admission Test with a rating of at least 75% except in courses which require higher cut-off scores.
2. Admission to the certificate programs (one-year and two-year courses) of the university does not require the prospective students to pass the UNP-CAT. However, they must still go through the process of application for admission.
3. Applicants must submit completely and properly filled-out application form and other required admission documents online for verification and initial evaluation. Notifications will be sent through applicant’s registered email address.
4. Note: Make sure that the email address provided is active. Double registration invalidates student application.
5. Application Period is from January 27, 2022 to June 3, 2022. Applications submitted later than June 3, 2022 will no longer be accepted. Applicants who have difficulty with the online application may contact the Admission Services for further instruction.
6. Applicants are required to take the UNP-CAT on the scheduled date and time. Note: If an applicant cannot take the test on his/her scheduled date for a valid reason, he/she may contact the Admission Services for a reschedule.
7. Release of test results will be announced and can be accessed through the UNPian Portal account.
8. Any conduct of fraud, cheating and tampering of procedures will permanently disallow the student to apply.
UNP Data Privacy Protection Notice
The University of Northern Philippines is committed to the protection of Personal Information/Sensitive Personal Information/Privileged Information of all stakeholders. This Data Privacy and Protection Policy (“Policy”) details the collection, processing and disclosure of your Personal Information pursuant to the Republic Act No. 10173, also known as the “Data Privacy Act of 2012” [An Act protecting the privacy of individuals while making sure of free flow of information to promote innovation and growth; regulating the collection, recording, organization, storage, updating or modification, retrieval, consultation, use, consolidation, blocking, erasure or destruction of personal data; and making sure that Government Agencies are compliant with international standards set for data protection through the National Privacy Commission (NPC)] which took effect on September 8, 2012 (the “Act”).
By availing university services or by providing your Personal Information/Sensitive Personal Information/Privileged Information, or otherwise by acknowledging receipt of this Policy, you have read and consent and/or you are deemed to have read and consent to us using, collecting, and processing your Personal Information/Sensitive Personal Information/Privileged Information in the manner described in this Policy.
Kindly note that the university reserves the right to change, amend and/or vary this Policy at any time. You are advised to check this Policy from the university website from time to time for amendments or updates.
DATA PRIVACY NOTICE:
Student Application and Enrollment
unp assures stakeholders that safeguarding of personal data is of utmost priority of the institution. The Data Privacy Notice provides information on collection; use; storage, retention and destruction; access; and disclosure and sharing of personal records of student applicants and students.
unp, through the Admissions Center, collects personal information from applicants upon registration to the online portal, which is part of its online enrollment system. Student-applicants, 18 years old above, are expected to accomplish this form. For Senior High School –applicants below 18 years of age, applicants are expected to have sought their parents consent upon application.
The personal data collected consist of:
For International Students
For Filipino students with dual citizenship
Personal Data collected via online registration will be used for identification of applicant and verification of data against other requirements submitted. Aggregate profile of applicants shall be generated by the Admissions Center, which can be used to strengthen recruitment. Contact information of applicants of the right age and of parents of minors are utilized to communicate instructions and to follow up application, if necessary. Other personal records such as grades and entrance test scores are bases for evaluation of application.
C. Storage, Retention and Destruction
Applicants are ensured that personal records will be protected against accidental and unlawful destruction, alteration, and disclosure. Security measures are in place for storing records. Once enrolled, records will be retained until graduation or even after transfer to another educational institution. For applicants who did not enroll, records will be deleted and destroyed one academic year after.
Personal data will be held with utmost confidentially. Access to the record is limited only to authorized staff and administrators for purposes related to their tasks in the application and admitting of students.
E. Disclosure and Sharing
Personnel who have access are bound to protect personal data from accidental and unlawful disclosure and sharing. However, unp will be obliged if mandated by law and legal proceeding.
II. Data Subject – Students
Aside the personal data obtained during the application period, original copies of records from students shall be collected upon enrollment through the Admissions Center
Additional for International students:
Consequently, personal records of students during their entire stay in unp will be updated which comprised the following: financial data; disciplinary and attendance records; grades in subjects/courses taken; honors and achievements; routine interview, counseling and testing records; and Notice of Acceptance from unp Admissions Center and Alien Certificate Registration for International students. These subsequent data are protected and used responsibly by specific offices accountable for collection.
Personal data of newly admitted students are taken collectively by the Admissions Center to produce a general profile of new students per Department. Aggregate results are deemed useful for the Department to address the needs of students and to provide the academic environment and support programs suited for students. Other personal records are given specifically to the Chairperson, Prefects, and Guidance Counselor for monitoring purposes.
The copies of personal records are collected for turn-over to the Registrar’s Office and the Guidance and Counseling Office for storage and safekeeping; and for purposes relevant to their duties and responsibilities.
Information like contact numbers and addresses are maintained and are accessible to authorized personnel of the Department/Office for communication purposes in case of problems and crises and in matters related to school activities.
C. Storage, Retention and Destruction
The personal record of every student will be stored securely and will be updated by concerned offices for as long the student is enrolled in unp. Security measures are in placed to protect the record from destruction, alteration, and disclosure. All records are retained even after graduation or transfer to another educational institution, except for records turned over to the Guidance and Counseling Office which destroys the data 5 years after graduation and 3 years after transfer.
Personal data will be held with utmost confidentially. Access to the record is limited only to authorized staff and administrators for purposes related to their responsibilities.
Personnel who have access are bound to protect personal data from disclosure and sharing. However, unp will be obliged if mandated by law and legal proceeding, and if there is a need to protect health and life.
Other Personal records are also shared through the Registrar’s Office as mandated by the following: Department of Education, Commission on Higher Education, Professional Regulation Commission, Civil Service Commission, and Bureau of Immigration. Verification of graduation/enrollment by a company as part of its employment background investigation is allowed provided that such request was authorized by the student/graduate.
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