I'll be taking this test tomorrow. As what Migs said, this calmed (me) down a bit, too. Thanks.

FEU Academic Scholarship Grant

FEU Academic Scholarship Grant

Scholarship Background

Academic scholarship grant is awarded to regular students who meet the required general weighted average (GWA)/ grade point average (GPA) and has no major offense in the preceding semester. For this academic year, this grant is in transition in terms of the policy implementation. Academic new is the updated policy which governs the students with student number starting 2013 while academic residual is the old policy which governs the students with student number from 2012 and below. Summer is not included in the coverage of the benefits. Thus, the basis of the retention will always be the student performance on 1st and 2nd semester.

Scholarship Benefits

Full and partial tuition discounts during the identified semester

Scholarship Qualifications


Academic Residual
-Must be a regular student
-GWA of at least 1.50
-No grade lower than 2.25
-No major offense

Academic New
-Must be a regular student
-GPA of at least B (3.0)
-No grade lower than C+ (2.5)
-No major offense

Scholarship Requirements

Requirements (For new grantees only)
-Accomplished information sheet with 2×2 colored ID picture
-Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate

Number of Slots


Scholarship Application Schedule

Application Period Exam Schedule Scholarship Results Date
Applied as regular student none to be announced by the FEU Admissions and Financial Assistance Office

Scholarship Exam Coverage

  • none


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