FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I. GENERAL

How can I enroll?

Early enrollment is ongoing for SY 2021-2022. For online enrollment, please click on the designated link to open the online registration form:

After successful online registration, you will receive a confirmation email from the Admissions Office along with payment instructions.

Walk-in enrollment may also be catered at the RSM Events Center. For your safety, we highly encourage you to utilize our online enrollment services.

Where is the school located?

The school is located at University Ave., Juna Subd., Matina, Davao City.

How much is your downpayment?

For as low as P2,500, enrolled ka na!

Do you administer an entrance exam?

No entrance exam is needed. PWC employs the open admission system, which means everyone is welcome to avail quality Philwomenian education.

What are the accepted payment methods?

You can pay via banks, payment counters, GCash, ML Kwarta Padala, and RCBC online banking. Kindly click on this link to check out all alternative payment methods as well as instructions: https://bit.ly/alterpayments

You may also process payment at the drop-off cashier located in the RSM Events Center. Drop-off services working hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday.

Do you accept transferees? What are the requirements?

Yes, we do accept transferees at the start of the school year or within a certain period.

Requirements are as follows:

  • Honorable Dismissal
  • Certificate of Transfer Credentials
  • Transcript of Records (for evaluation)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • NSO Birth Certificate (2 photocopies)
  • 2 x 2 Pictures (2 pcs.)
  • Marriage Contract (if married)
Do you have a scholarship program?

Yes. We have academic scholarship, sports scholarship, and the student assistance program.

Click here to visit the scholarships page.

What are your office hours?

Our office hours are 8am to 5pm, Mon to Fri and 8am to 12nn on Saturdays.

Do you offer Sunday school program?

We only have a Sunday program for Junior High School, which is the Modified Work and Study Program (MWSP).

Can you tell me more about this school?

“Learning by doing.”

PWC offers experience-oriented education from preschool up to college. We believe in infusing knowledge, practical skills, and values to the development of our students towards being well-rounded individuals. Learning goes beyond the classroom as students are challenged to apply their knowledge in various programs and competitions and develop creativity and sportsmanship.

PWC is not limited to but specializes as an art school, with arts and creatives integrated into the curriculum and activities from basic education up to college.

II. BASIC EDUCATION

Are you offering online classes?

Students with full access to the internet will learn through online sources provided by the school and teachers. They will be connected to their teachers through chat groups, video conferencing, and/or team meetings.

What online platforms will PWC be using?

Lessons will be delivered using Microsoft Teams and NUADU, a Learning Management System, using online discussions and other student-centered strategems during regularly scheduled virtual classes. This may be accessed using desktop, laptop, smartphones, or any tablet.

 

Is there a learning option for students with no/poor internet connection?

Learners with unreliable internet access may provide a USB flash drive to get the files (printable materials such as learning packs) or home-based instructional materials from their teachers.

 

Will students be required to go to school at some point (during classes)?

There shall be no face-to-face sessions at the moment until approved by the IATF, DOH, and LGU. Even so, students/parents may opt to stick to online and offline instruction as previously mentioned.

 

Is purchasing textbooks a requirement for everyone?

Yes,  these will be used to provide concrete learning competencies and to help them retain concepts through the exercises found in their textbooks.

 

Do you accept transferees?

We accept transferees for all levels except for GRADE 12.

 

Can I enroll with lacking requirements?

We will be accepting incomplete requirements, however, the following have to be provided in order to enroll:

  • GS Transferees: Report Card
  • JHS Transferees: Report Card and ESC Certificate (if from private school)
  • Grade 11: Report Card and ESC Certificate (if from private school)

 

III. TERTIARY EDUCATION

How much is the tuition for college?

The college tuition rate at PWC is P730 per unit for regular classes and P350 per unit for evening classes. Enrollment downpayment is P2,500. To inquire for the total assessment for a specific program, kindly send an email to registrar-inquiry@pwc.edu.ph

Do you accept transferees? What are the requirements?

Yes, we do accept transferees every semester. However, you may not be able to take up all subjects as some have prerequisites in the previous semester.

Requirements are as follows:

  • Honorable Dismissal
  • Certificate of Transfer Credentials
  • Transcript of Records (for evaluation)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • NSO Birth Certificate (2 photocopies)
  • 2 x 2 Pictures (2 pcs.)
  • Marriage Contract (if married)
Can I enroll with lacking requirements?

We will be accepting incomplete requirements, however, the following have to be provided in order to enroll:

  1. First Year College: Report Card
  2. College Transferees: Transcript of Record OR Student Permanent Record (or receipt to prove that you have requested for the document from your school)

 

Do you offer weekend/Sunday college?

No, but we do have evening classes designated for working students, scheduled Mon to Fri 5pm-9pm.

What are the requirements for evening class?

Since the evening program is designated for working students, additional requirements are 1-month payslip and certification of employment.

Is PWC in trimestral mode?

Starting SY 2020-2021, the Tertiary Education Department has shifted to semestral mode.

Is there a learning option for students with no/poor internet connection?

Yes, students may opt for the modular approach.

How are online classes scheduled?

The following is a generic structure of the college class schedule. Note that laboratory classes will be scheduled separately. Special arrangements may also be made depending on the subject.

REGULAR PROGRAM

  • Each subject will normally hold classes twice a week, for four (4) hours per session.
  • Students will attend at most 2 classes daily; the first period is scheduled at 8 AM to 12 noon while the second period is scheduled at 1 PM to 5 PM.
  • Classes are to be held Monday-Saturday depending on the subjects taken.

EVENING PROGRAM

  • Each subject will normally hold classes twice a week, for four (4) hours per session.
  • Students will attend 1 class daily, scheduled at 5 PM to 9 PM.
  • Classes are to be held Monday-Saturday depending on the subjects taken.

*There shall be 3 terms in a semester, with each term completed in 6 weeks.

What are the platforms used for distance learning?

PWC is utilizing Microsoft Teams and the NUADU Learning Management System.

As a transferee, how can I undergo assessment (for crediting of subjects)?

Kindly contact the Chair of the program you intend to enrol in. Be ready with the Transcript of Record  (or its equivalent) from your previous school. CLICK HERE to be redirected to updated program chairs’ email directory.