The Office of the Registrar is responsible for preserving and safeguarding the accuracy, integrity, confidentiality and security of the students’ academic records. It upholds the school’s value of integrity and honesty and supports her educational mission by providing quality support services responsive to the needs of the academic community. The Registrar’s Office plans, implements and coordinates all facets of the administration of academic records, including student registration, management of student records, class schedules, room assignments, graduation clearance and other related matters to provide central and consistent registration operation. The Office also serves as the official representative of the Colegio to DepEd, CHED, TESDA and other government regulatory bodies.


  • Prepares and issues academic records such as the Diploma, Transcript of Records, Certificate of Good Moral Character, Transfer Credentials (Honorable Dismissal), Course Descriptions and other similar documents upon request/application;
  • Entertains inquiries concerning the Colegio and her programs and attends to requests for information on admission requirements, registration and enrollment and academic records application and issuance;
  • Evaluates records for course equivalence, credit transfer, promotion and graduation;
  • Assists students and graduates in the authentication of records, and the foreign students for compliance with Immigration rules and regulations
  • Acts on requests for verification and confirmation of documents and information submitted to prospective employers and organizations.

Departmental Objectives

  • Lead and find joy in service and serve with integrity;
  • Provide complete and accurate information and guidelines for application for admission, registration and enrollment, promotion, transfer and graduation;
  • Insure that registration and enrollment flows smoothly and that applications and requests for academic records are acted upon promptly;
  • Facilitate application for academic records and expedite their release/issuance;
  • Maintain good public relations with government agencies and non-government organizations;
  • Serve in harmony with and in pursuit of the mission and vision of the Colegio