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MAPUA Scholarship Programs Sponsored by Mapúa Administration

MAPUA Scholarship Programs Sponsored by Mapúa Administration

Scholarship Background

The Center for Scholarships and Financial Assistance (CSFA) ensures that scholarships, academic grants, financial aids and all its services are made available to all academically deserving, creatively gifted, and financially challenged students.

These scholarships are some of the scholarship openings sponsored by the Mapua Administration.

Scholarship Benefits

Athletic Scholarship: free total matriculation charges and a monthly allowance
Cheerleader Scholarship: free half tuition fees, a monthly allowance and uniforms
Faculty Association of Maupua Institute of Technology (FAMIT) Scholarship: free full tuition fees
Maupua Institute of Technology Labor Union (MITLU) Scholarship: free full tuition fees, and a 15% discount on miscellaneous fees
Non-Famit/Non-MITLU Scholarship: free full tuition fees and a 15% discount on miscellaneous fees
New Builder Scholarship: free total charges (for the EDITOR) or free tuition fees only (for the STAFF)

Scholarship Qualifications

Athletic Scholarship – For athletes eligible for the NCAA games and other athletic meets (chess, football, tennis, swimming, and track and field) representing the Maupua Institute of Technology.
Cheerleader Scholarship – For cheerleaders of NCAA games and other athletic meets representing the Mapua Institute of Technology.
Faculty Association of Maupua Institute of Technology (FAMIT) Scholarship – (covered by current CBA). For children of permanent faculty members and full-time probationary faculty members who have completed four (8) consecutive quarterms of full time service.
Maupua Institute of Technology Labor Union (MITLU) Scholarship (covered by current CBA). For a regular employee of MAPUA, his/her spouse and/or legitimate children/ collateral relatives within the 4th civil degree. The regular employee must have served in the Institute for ten (10) continuous years.
Non-Famit/Non-MITLU Scholarship – For a regular non-FAMIT/ non-MITLU (or confidential) employee of the MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, his/ her spouse and or 1 legitimate child.
The New Builder Scholarship – For the Editor (1) and staff members (4) of the NEW BUILDER, the official publication of the MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.

Scholarship Requirements

scholarship validation is given every semester, along with other Mapua sponsored scholarships.

Number of Slots

1

Scholarship Application Schedule

Application Period Exam Schedule Scholarship Results Date
automatically awarded to qualified students none please present documents during enrollment

Scholarship Exam Coverage

  • none

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  1. I am an MIT Alumnus in both HS and college. This is the main reason why I decided to have my son enrolled in Mapua. My son graduated as the very first Gold Medallist in Information Technology with a flat one weighted average. He got nothing even in tuition fees discounts. Mapua Administration said the school is still looking for a scholarship sponsor for him. He finished his course without any found sponsor. After graduation, the school even used him to do OJT for them. I felt very much ashamed because I was the one who push him to enroll at my Alma Mater. What have become of MIT? Where is NAMA? I do wish my plight will be heard. Thank you.

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