Student Study Permit (SPS) from the Bureau of
2 pcs 1x1 ID pictures
Official Receipts of the Testing Fee and Foreign Student Fee
Pay testing fee (Cashier).
Entrance examination at the Guidance and Counseling Office.
Dean’s interview. Present the entrance examination results. Route Slip will be issued after the interview. For foreign students, secure first a clearance from the Registrar’s Office before the interview.
Down payment at the Cashier. Students will be issued preliminary enrollment form after payment. Fill out all the needed information completely and legibly.
Student Advising. For students under block sections, subjects will be given at the respective Dean’s office. For students who are looking for open subjects, please see the faculty adviser or check class schedules posted on bulletin boards.
Issuance of registration card
Dean’s approval of Certificate of Registration
ID application and picture-taking or validation by the Information Technology Department and the Office of Student Affairs.
School Uniform. Buy or make reservations of the uniform at the Office of Student Affairs.
Assessment. Proceed to the Accounting Office for assessment. For full payment, proceed to the Cashier.
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PCU-Mary Johnston College of Nursing is a private educational institution in Tondo, Manila affiliated with the Philippine Christian University (PCU). The college specializes in health-related courses and was first opened for enrollees in 1907 as The Bethany Clinic. It was renamed the next year to honor Mary Johnson, who donated for the construction of the school hospital. The nursing school was established to form nurses who have a strong foundation in being a good Christian woman. In 1929, community nursing was brought curriculum; until now, providing service for the community has been part of every student nurse's education.
PCU-MJCN offers baccalaureate programs in Nursing and Nutrition and Dietetics. The school houses modern facilities and equipment used by students who aspire to become medical professionals.