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Students enrolled in SPCBA are classified by their year levels in the course curriculum and according to the degree program they are in:

  1. Freshmen - high school graduates who enter college for the first time.
  2. Sophomore – a student who has satisfactorily completed the prescribed subjects of the 1st year of his curriculum, or has finished not less than 25% nor more than 50% of the total number of units required in his course.
  3. Junior – a student who has completed the prescribed subjects of the first and second years of his curriculum, or has finished not less than 50% nor more than 75% of the total number of units required in his course.
  4. Senior – a student who has completed the prescribed subjects of the first, second and third years of his curriculum, or has finished not less than 75 % of the total umber of units required in his course.
  5. Terminala student in engineering on their final year in College.       

A student is also classified as a:

  1. Regular Student – one who does not have any advance or back subjects and enrolls only all subjects in the semester of his/her year level as provided by the course prospectus.
  2. Irregular Student – one who has an advance or back subject and enrolls in only some subjects in the semester of his year level as provided by the course prospectus.
  3. Transferee – one who has been officially admitted to SPCBA by the    Admissions Office after spending a semester(s)/year level course in another school other than SPCBA.
  4. Returnee – one who took an official leave of absence from SPCBA or who has not enrolled in any semester after a prior official enrollment in the College and whose readmission has been approved by the Admission Office and the Office of Student Affairs.