Entrance Scholarship

  1. Newly admitted regular student
  2. Filipino citizen and resident of the Philippines
  3. Top two (2) of the batch with 100 and above graduating students and at least 50 and above from Public Science high School (for Senior High)
  4. High school Valedictorian, Salutatorian and First Honorable Mentions (for Undergraduate)
  5. Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude and Cum Laude (for Medicine)
  6. Star Scholars of BS Human Biology of DLSU-Manila (for Medicine)
  7. Top two (2) recommended students of the Deans of College of Science of DLSU in Manila and DLSU-D (for Medicine) and College of Humanities and Sciences of DLSHSI
  8. Recommendation letter from high school principal, certifying status as:

 Valedictorian, Salutatorian and First Honorable Mentions

  1. Photocopy of High School Report Card (for undergraduate) or Transcript of Records (for Medicine) with General Weighted Average (GWA) / General Point Average (GPA)
  2. National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) Score of 80% and above (for Medicine)

 

Academic Scholarship

  1. Regular student
  2. Filipino citizen and resident of the Philippines
  3. Minimum grade requirement per subject:
    • A grade of 85 per subject for Undergraduate applicants
    • A grade of 79 per subject for College of Medicine applicants
  4. General Weighted Average (GWA) qualification

Undergraduate Colleges

        • A grade of 92 or higher

College of Medicine

        • A grade of 87 or higher

5.  Letter of Intent

6.  Certificate of Moral Character

Financial Scholarship

  1. Regular student
  2. Filipino citizen and resident of the Philippines
  3. Annual family gross income of 200,000 pesos or less for undergraduate and 400,000 pesos or less for College of Medicine
  4. Minimum grade requirement per subject:
    • 79 per subject for Medicine
    • 80 per subject for Undergraduate
  5. General Weighted Average (GWA) qualification:
    • 85 or higher for  Medicine
    • 87 or higher for Undergraduate
  6. National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) Score of 70% and above (for Medicine)
  7. Has passed the background check and interview of the Collegiate Scholarship Committee
  8. Letter of Intent
  9. Certificate of Moral Character
  10. Most recent Income Tax Return (ITR) of parents or recent personal ITR if applicant is a working student/ Affidavit of Non-Filing of Income Tax Return (ITR)
  11. Barangay Captain or Mayor’s certification of family and income potential
  12. Certificate of Employment
  13. Most recent billing statement (electricity, water, telephone, internet, cable, etc.)

 

Service Scholarship

  1. Regular student should be at least on the 2nd year of playing as varsity or 2nd year of active membership and participation with the institutional chorale of DLSHSI
  2. Officers of the Institutional Student Council (ISC) (President, Vice President for Academics, Vice President for Activities, Vice President for Operations, Vice President for Finance, Vice President for Publicity and Mobilization,  Executive Secretary, and College Assembly Presidents); Library Student Organization (LSO) (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer); Kollaborative Movement (KM) (President, Vice President, General Secretary, and Treasurer); and Saringhimig (SH) (President, Vice President for Internals, Vice President for Externals, Secretary, Treasurer, and College Representatives)
  3. Winners in international, national, regional, and provincial sports and choral competitions
  4. With good academic standing with grades not lower than 80 for undergraduate applicants and 75 for Medicine.
  5. General Weighted Average (GWA) of 83 or higher both for undergraduate and Medicine applicants.
  6. Has a rating of 80% based on the Varsity/Chorale Point Scoring Checklist of the Director for Sports, Culture and Special Events
  7. Certificate of Moral Character
  8. Letter of Intent

Gawad Lasalyanong Edukasyon

  1. Regular student
  2. Filipino citizen and resident of the Philippines
  3. Graduate of Science schools and/or biggest public schools (whose Principals are ranked as Principal 3 or 4) in terms of the school population in the Province of Cavite, Metro Manila, CALABARZON, and other areas in the country.
  4. Top two (2) of the graduating batch
  5. Winners of the Cavite Search for Science Survivor-Wizards
  6. Top 5 examinees of the DLSHSI College Admissions Test (CAT) with a General Average of 90% or its equivalent rating in the other public schools during their fourth year
  7. Result of the College Admission Test (CAT) of 92 percentile rank and above
  8. Letter of Recommendation from high school principal certifying status as Valedictorian, Salutatorian and First Honorable Mentions
  9. Photocopy of High School Report Card (Form-138)
  10. Certificate of Moral Character
  11. Letter of Intent
  12. Most recent Income Tax Return ITR) of parents or Affidavit of Non-Filing of ITR
  13. Certificate of Employment
  14. Most recent billing statement (e.g. electricity, water, telephone, internet, cable, etc.)
  15. Vicinity map/sketch of the house’s location

Brother President Scholarship Grant through Individual Sponsorships

  1. Filipino citizen and resident of the Philippines
  2. Graduate of any baccalaureate degree or pre-med program
  3. Graduated with Latin Honors (Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, Cum Laude)
  4. Certificate of Latin Honors issued by the University Registrar or College Dean
  5. National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) score of 90% and above
  6. Official Transcript of Records (TOR)
  7. Certificate of Moral Character
  8. Certificate of General Weighted Average (GWA) or General Point Average (GPA)
  9. Most recent Income Tax Return (ITR) of parents or recent personal ITR if applicant is a working student/ Affidavit of Non-Filing of Income Tax Return (ITR)
  10. Certificate of Employment
  11. Barangay Captain or Mayor’s certification of family and income potential
  12.  Most recent billing statement (electricity, water, telephone, internet, cable, etc.)
  13. One (1) pc 3r size graduation color picture
  14. Letter of Intent

Externally Funded Scholarships

Requirements and policies for this type of scholarship are set by the sponsoring organizations and are evaluated by the offices concerned but the applicants are required to file their applications at the Office of the Director for Academic Services through the Scholarship Program and Development Center.

Brother President Scholarship Program (BPSP)

Enhanced Brother President Scholarship Program (EBPSP)

Employees’ Dependents (EDSP) / Grand Father Clause (GFCSP) Scholarship Program  

St. La Salle Medical Education Benefit (SLMEB)

  1. Application/Data Form
  2. Original copy of the Certificate of Employment of the applicant faculty or staff, issued by Human Resource Management, and states that the applicant has been granted a permanent status
  3. Clear copy of the birth Certificate of the dependent
  4. Adoption papers if dependent is legally adopted
  5. Prospectus of the course enrolled in
  6. Certificate of Admission from the school or course enrolled in