The Holy Cross of Davao College, Inc. (HCDC) stands as a prominent Filipino institution, embodying Catholic values and operating as an educational non-profit corporation under the archdiocese.

ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE AY 2024-2025

πŸ—“ July 8, 2024 – Start of Enrollment for Old Students who did not take the summer program
πŸ—“ Ongoing until August 2, 2024 – Enrollment for all Incoming/New Students
πŸ—“ July 8-12, 2024 – Enrollment for all SECOND YEAR Students
πŸ—“ July 15-19, 2024 – Enrollment for all THIRD YEAR Students
πŸ—“ July 22-26, 2024 – Enrollment for all FOURTH YEAR Students
πŸ—“ July 31-August 2, 2024 – Enrollment for all Students
πŸ—“ Ongoing – Enrollment for Graduate School Students
πŸ—“ August 5-7, 2024 – Adding and Dropping of Subjects

COURSE OFFERINGS

Undergraduate Programs

  1. Bachelor of Science in Criminology
  2. Bachelor of Library and Information Science
  3. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  4. Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
  5. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  6. Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
  7. Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  8. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  9. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Specializing in Journalism and Broadcasting
  10. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Specializing in New Media Studies
  11. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Specializing in Social Communications
  12. Bachelor of Arts in Economics
  13. Bachelor of Arts in English Language Studies
  14. Bachelor of Arts in History
  15. Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  16. Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  17. Bachelor of Science in Social Work
  18. Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation
  19. Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  20. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management
  21. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management
  22. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management
  23. Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration
  24. Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting
  25. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management
  26. Bachelor of Early Childhood Education
  27. Bachelor of Elementary Education
  28. Bachelor of Physical Education
  29. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English
  30. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino
  31. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics
  32. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Science
  33. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Studies
  34. Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Values Education with Catechetics
  35. Bachelor of Special Needs Education Generalist

Graduate Programs

  1. Doctor of Education major in Educational Management
  2. Doctor of Philosophy in Theology
  3. Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management
  4. Master in Management (Non-Thesis Program)
  5. Master of Arts in Education major in Early Childhood Education
  6. Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management
  7. Master of Arts in Education major in English Language Teaching
  8. Master of Arts in Education major in Special Education (SpEd) Areas:
    • Teaching Learners with Auditory Disabilities
    • Teaching Learners with Intellectual Disabilities
    • Teaching Children with Developmental & Behavior Problems
    • Teaching Learners with Learning Disabilities
  9. Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching Filipino
  10. Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching General Science
  11. Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching Mathematics
  12. Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching Social Studies
  13. Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching Physical Education
  14. Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling
  15. Master of Arts in Theology major in Religious Education
  16. Master of Science in Economics

This summary provides an overview of the diverse range of undergraduate and graduate programs offered at Holy Cross of Davao College.

Enrollment Requirements and Procedures

To ensure a smooth enrollment, please prepare digital copies (in .jpeg or .png format) of the following documents on your phone, laptop, or desktop computer:

Requirements for Incoming First Year College Students:

  1. High School Report Card (Form 138). In the absence of this, the Senior High School ID card or recent Report Card may be submitted.
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  3. PSA Authenticated Birth Certificate (1 original and 1 photocopy)
  4. ID Picture (1.5″ x 1.5″; formal attire with white background)
  5. Printed and signed Enrollment Waiver (downloadable here)
  6. Proof of payment for the Registration Fee (payment options and instructions here)

Requirements for College Transferes and Second Coursers:

  1. Transcript of Records from the last school attended
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  3. Certificate of Transfer Credential / Honorable Dismissal
  4. PSA Authenticated Birth Certificate (1 original and 1 photocopy)
  5. ID Picture (1.5″ x 1.5″; formal attire with white background)
  6. Printed and signed Enrollment Waiver (downloadable here)
  7. Proof of payment for the Registration Fee (payment options and instructions here)

Additional Requirements for BS in Criminology Students:

  • Negative Drug Test Result

Additional Requirements for BS in Maritime Transportation Students:

  • Ishihara Test
  • Audiometry Test
  • Drug Test
  • Psychological Evaluation
  • Chest-Xray
  • Hepatitis B Screening Test
  • RPR Test (Syphilis Test)
  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
  • Blood Typing
  • Urinalysis
  • Stool Exam

Please refer to the School Clinic for accredited partner clinics.

Requirements for Graduate School New Students:

  1. Transcript of Records from the last school attended
  2. Certificate of Transfer Credential / Certificate of Honorable Dismissal (CHD)
  3. PSA Authenticated Birth Certificate (1 original and 1 photocopy)
  4. PSA Authenticated Marriage Contract (for female married students only)
  5. ID Picture (1.5″ x 1.5″; formal attire with white background)
  6. Printed and signed Enrollment Waiver (downloadable here)
  7. Proof of payment for the Registration Fee (payment options and instructions here)

Scholarships and Grants

Private Scholarships

  1. Apo Agua Infrastructura, Inc.
  2. Anak OFW
  3. Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation, Inc. (CLFI)
  4. Don Antonio O. Floirendo Sr. Foundation Inc. (AOFF)
  5. Fr. Reiner Frank SVD Scholarship Program
  6. Lifebank Microfinance Foundation, Inc. (LBMFI)
  7. Mindanawon
  8. NCCC Cares
  9. Skills Enhancement and Education Development for Students (SEEDS): Chowking
  10. SOS Children’s Village Davao
  11. TDM Scholarship
  12. Assisi Development Foundation Educational Assistance – Scholarship Program (EASP)
  13. DMIRIE FOUNDATION, INC.
  14. BROTHER OF SACRED HEART
  15. Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish

Government Grants

  1. Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA)
  2. Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO)
  3. Government Service Insurance System (GSIS)
  4. City Government of Panabo (CGO)
  5. LGU Baganga
  6. City Government of Davao – Educational Benefit System Unit (EBSU)
    • Scholarship Tertiary Education Program (STEP)
    • Special Education Assistance Program (SEAP)
  7. Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
    • Private Educational Student Financial Assistance Program (PESFA)
    • Student Financial Assistance Program (StuFAPs) Beneficiaries
    • Tertiary Education Subsidy – Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (TES-UniFAST)
    • Tulong Dunong Program (TDP)
  8. Pulong Duterte (Cash Advance)
  9. Municipality of Maco
  10. PESO Digos City
  11. City Social Welfare and Development (CSWD)

This list provides an overview of available private scholarships and government grants to support your educational pursuits at Holy Cross of Davao College.

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