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This is with reference to the Schedule of Online enrollment for the Second Semester of SY 2016-2017.

Please be advised that internet enrollment for all levels including the graduate program will be administered simultaneously on January 7, 2017 (Saturday) and January 8, 2017 (Sunday) from 8:30 AM to 11:59 PM only.

For 1st year, 2nd year, and 3rd year students please log on to https://sdms.mc.edu.ph.
For 4th year, 5th year and Graduate program students ptease tog on to http://soars.mc.edu.ph

For inquiries regarding enrolment, you may call the Office of the Registrar at the following telephone numbers: 580-5400 locals 2013, 2016 and 2036 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM ONLY.

Regular on-site campus enrollment will be on January 10-14,2017. For enrollment details and procedures, please log on to http://soars.mc.edu.ph and sdms.mc.edu

Be reminded that only students with "CLEARED" status in all offices based on the online student clearance will be allowed to enroll.

Thank you for your usual cooperation.

ATTENTION: ALL STUDENTS
(Undergraduate and Graduate Program)

Online SETLP (Student Evaluation of the Teaching and Learning Process) is extended!
The portal will be open from NOVEMBER 15 – 19, 2016.

Undergraduate and Graduate Program students, please take note of the important dates for the coming semester:

  SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES AND DEADLINES
2nd Semester and Midyear Term
SY 2016-2017 


ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS
(Undergraduate and Graduate Program)


Please be informed that all students are REQUIRED to evaluate their teachers using the new instrument called the Student Evaluation of the Teaching and Learning Process (SETLP) on NOVEMBER 8 – 12, 2016.
 
Starting this First Semester of SY 2016-2017, the evaluation will be done inside the campus (intranet). To get access to the portal, you must be connected to MC WIFI then launch the web browser and type http://sels.mc.edu.ph. 

Non-compliance can cause a student to be put “on-hold” for the succeeding enrollment.

Thank you.

To the following students:

  1. All 3rd and 4th year students: BAF and BAM
  2. All 3rd and 4th year students: BAA-V, BA-COM, BA-PSY, BS-PSY(Non-Med Track), BS-ENT and BS-BIO
  3. All 4th year students: BS-LTM
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RE: ONLINE ENLISTMENT OF ELECTIVES FOR SECOND SEMESTER, SY 2016-2017
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As part of your academic load, you are required to take elective subjects. An elective subject can be any of the following:
  1. A subject offered as elective by your department
  2. A subject offered as elective by another department
  3. A subject that is a regular course offering of another department, provided that you have satisfied the prerequisite, if there is any.
  4. A subject that is pre-assigned during your third and/or fourth year (i.e., those students under the following programs: (AB-ISI, AB-ISD, BAAT, EPM, BS-LTM 3rd year)

Please be informed that enlistment for elective subjects will be done online. Just log in at http://sels.mc.edu.ph and follow the instructions in the USER’S GUIDE FOR ONLINE ENLISTMENT OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS.

Be reminded that you are required to select three (3) elective subjects. Selected subjects can only be changed within the period of enlistment. Enlisted subjects shall be considered final after the deadline set by the Office of the Registrar.

THE ONLINE ENLISTMENT OF ELECTIVES IS AVAILABLE ONLY FROM OCTOBER 5 – OCTOBER 14, 2016.

For inquiries, please feel free to drop by the Office of the Registrar and look for Ms. Diane Isidro. Thank you very much.


MR. JOSE B. MARIBBAY
Registrar


Students are required to take a Guidance Exam each school year. If you are not sure you have already taken an exam, check below if your name is included in the list of students who have taken the exam:

   2nd Year Students 

 3rd Year Students

 4th Year Students

TO:  ALL HEU STUDENTS, UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PROG RAM
DATE: JULY 14, 2016


This is with reference to the Schedule of lnternet enrollment for the First Semester of SY 2016-2017.

Please be advised that internet enrollment for all levels including the graduate program will be administered simultaneously on July 23,2015 (Saturday) and luly 24,2016 (Sunday) from 8:30 AM to 11:59 PM only.

For 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year students please Iog on to http://sdms.mc.edu.ph.

For 4th year, 5th year and Graduate program students please log on to http://soars.mc.edu.ph.

For inquiries regarding enrolment, you may call the Office of the Registrar at the following telephone numbers: 580-5400 locals 2013. 2016 and 2036 from 8:00 am to 5:00pm ONLY.

Regular on-site campus enrollment will be on July 26- 30,20L6. For enrollment details and procedures, please log on to http://soars.mc.edu.ph andhttp://sdms.mc.edu.ph.

Be reminded that only students with "CLEARED' in all offices based on the online student clearance will be allowed to enroll.

Thank you for your usual cooperation.


JOSE B. MARIBBAY, MS
REGISTRAR

We would like to inform the community that Miriam College will follow the guidelines on the cancellation of classes due to inclement weather issued by the Department of Education (DepEd Order No. 43, series of 2012) for the Basic Education Units, and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED M.O. 15, series of 2012) for the Higher Education Unit (undergraduate and graduate programs).

I. Automatic Cancellation of Work and Classes 

The automatic suspension of work and classes due to inclement weather will be based on the following public storm warning signals from the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA): 

Signal No. 1  - Cancellation of classes in the Child Study Center and MC-SAID Pre-School
Signal No. 2   - Cancellation of classes in the Lower School, Middle School, High School, MC SAID Grade School and High School, and the Miriam Adult Education 
Signal No. 3 and higher - Cancellation of work and classes at all levels

When classes are suspended due to storm signal number 1 or 2, the academic teaching staff members (faculty) of the levels concerned are not required to report for work. However, the Administrative Services Group, Professional Group, Academic Non-teaching Staff and Administration employees are expected to report for work.  



II. Localized Cancellation of Work and Classes (DepEd Order No. 43 s. 2012)

A. As stated in the most recent guidelines issued by the DepEd, “in the absence of typhoon signal warnings from PAGASA, localized cancellation/suspension of classes in both public and private schools… may be implemented by the local chief executives in their capacity as chairpersons of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.” 

“Any decision to cancel or suspend classes must come from the local government.  A school head may only cancel or suspend classes in cases where urgent action is needed to prevent loss of life or bodily harm.”

Parents are advised to monitor media advisories coming from government agencies such as the PAGASA, Local Government Unit/Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Council, Regional or National DRRM Councils, and the Office of the President (Malacañang).

Students who are not able to report for school will be required to present an excuse letter upon return to class. This will alert the teachers regarding the reason for their absence. Be assured that the school will be very considerate to students who are absent on these days. No tests, examinations, graded recitations or oral reports, etc. will be held in these cases.


B. Consistent with the DepEd guidelines, the school will also rely on the discretion of parents to decide if their child/ren will attend class. 

“The DepEd still maintains that parents have the ultimate responsibility of determining whether their children should go to school, even if no order for cancellation/suspension of classes has been issued, if they feel that traveling to or from school will place their children at risk.”


C. For employees affected by floods or strong winds, the policy on force majeure leave will apply. 


D. Schedule of Mid-day Suspension of Classes


The dismissal time for mid-day suspension of classes will be as follows:


Child Study Center

First Step  10:15 a.m. 
Nursery
 10:30 a.m
Kindergarten
  10:30 a.m.


Lower School 

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3, 4, and 5 
11:50 AM
11:15 AM
11:30 AM (M, T, F) OR 1:20 AM (W, Th) 


Middle School 

Grades 6 to 8             11:55 a.m.       

MC-SAID
Grade School   11:30 a.m.
High School     12:00 n.n.

High School - 11:00 a.m.

Higher Education and MAE - as announced 

In case of mid-day cancellation of classes, students from the Basic Education Units (BEU) will be allowed to leave the campus only when their fetchers arrive.  Faculty members of these units will be required to stay until advised by the Principal to leave.  

Cancellation of classes will apply for the entire day, even when the storm signal warning is lifted.



E. Out-of-classroom activities 

In the event of class and work cancellation due to inclement weather or an emergency, all unit activities scheduled on the same day shall be automatically cancelled. Parents and students will be informed of the new schedules on Facebook, Twitter and the Miriam College website as soon as work and classes resume.

For weekend (Saturday and Sunday) activities, announcements will be posted via Facebook, Twitter and the website not later than 5:00 p.m. the day before.



F. Announcements

Announcements will be made through the following channels:

  • School trunk lines: 580-5400 to 28 and 435-9240 to 46
  • MC website homepage
  • MC Facebook and Twitter accounts
  • Text messaging (only for emergency cases e.g. independent cancellation of classes/work by Miriam College)
The school will make announcements through major radio and television networks, particularly ABS-CBN and GMA 7, only in cases when it decides to cancel classes/work independently.

As a general guideline, it should be presumed that the absence of any announcement on cancellation of classes/work by government agencies or by the school means there will be classes/work.

Please be guided accordingly.

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