Certificate of Good Moral Character from head of school or guidance counselor
Police clearance and Barangay clearance
Five (5) copies I.D. picture
Birth certificate (photocopy)
A transfer student shall take the College Admission Test (CAT) if classified first year in the first semester. However, if he has satisfied all the academic requirements for first year, he shall take the qualifying exam (QE).
He must satisfy the weighted average prescribed by the college;
Only comparable basic subjects shall be credited;
He must finish 60% of the total units of his academic degree immediately preceding graduation;
He must submit an honorable dismissal, police clearance, a certification of good moral character, and a referral letter from a previous professor.
For Students with Title and/or Degree
Academic degree from any institution of recognized standing may be enrolled as determined by the College Dean. However, before a student is allowed to major in any discipline, the College Dean/Department Chairman concerned may prescribe additional general education and/or preparatory courses for the mejor field.
Undergraduate Transcript of Records
Prescribed weighted average by the college
Passing rate in the admission test (CAT)
Copy of scholarship contract for scholars
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Cagayan State University - Piat’s (CSU - Piat) humble beginnings date back to 1954. It went through a series of name changes as the school continued to develop, until it later be known as the North Luzon State College of Agriculture in 1967. After the Charter of Cagayan State University (P.D. No. 1436) was signed by then-President Ferdinand Marcos, the college transformed into a satellite campus of one of Northern Luzon’s premier higher education institutions.
The Piat campus’ four colleges offer undergraduate and graduate degrees for students interested in the fields of Education, Agriculture, Criminology, and Information Technology. Some of their undergraduate programs have already been recognized by the Accrediting Association for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP). The BS Agriculture program was granted Level II status upon re-accreditation – the highest among the Piat campus’ course offerings.