To qualify for admission, the applicant must present the following credentials:

1. High School Graduates

High School Graduates applying for admission to a baccalaureate program must have passed the CIT entrance examination and interview, and should submit the following:

a. original Form 138 (High School report card) or certificate of completion indicating eligibility for college;
b. certificate of Good Moral Character from the High School principal or guidance counselor; and
c. NSO certified copy of Birth Certificate.

2. Shiftees

Shiftees are students of CIT who intend to enroll in another program. Shiftees applying for admission must secure clearance from the following offices: Student Affairs, Registrar, Accounting and previous department/college. Approval must be secured from the receiving department/college.

3. Returnees

Returnees are students of CIT in previous semesters who have stopped without enrolling in another school. Students who fall under this category must secure a clearance from the Student’s Affairs Office, the Registrar’s Office and the Accounting Office. The school reserves the right to refuse admission of returning student whose curriculum is no longer offered.

4. Transferees

Transferees applying for admission must have passed the CIT entrance examination and interview, and should submit the following:

a. Certificate of transfer credential;
b. Informative copy of the transcript of records;
c. NSO certified copy of the birth certificate; and
d. Certificate of good moral character from an authorized representative of the previous school attended.

The school, through the deans or authorized representatives, reserves the right to give a validating examination for any or all courses taken outside CIT. No transferees will be accepted if they are classified as fifth or fourth year as the case may be as CIT requires that:

a. For 5-year programs, the total units of the last three semesters of the prescribed curriculum (at least 40 units of which shall involve professional courses); and

b. For 4-year programs, the total units of the last two semesters of the prescribed curriculum (at least 24 units of which shall involve professional courses) must be taken in CIT before they can be granted academic degrees.

5. ETEEAP

For the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) applicants, pursuant to Executive Order 330, Series of 1996, must comply with the following requirements:

a. At least 22 years old;
b. Holder of High School Diploma;
c. Filipino citizen;
d. With at least 5 years of related work experience;
e. Must pass the entrance and psychological examinations.

6. Graduate Students

Graduates who hold the appropriate bachelor’s degree or its equivalent are eligible for admission to a master’s program. The college/department may, however, have its prescribed admission requirements, retention and other academic policies.

7. Public School Teachers

Public school teachers should present a Permit-To-Study approved by the Division Superintendent.

8. Foreign Students

Foreign students must submit two photocopies copies of his/her Alien Certificate of Registration and other requirements as may be set by law and the school.

High School:
– Birth Certificate (Original)
– Report Card (Form 138 – Original)
– Certificate of Good Moral Character from the School Head
– Two pcs. (1×1) recent pictures (Colored/BW)
– Entrance Test/ Personal Interview
– Must pass the Entrance Exam

Elementary:

– Birth Certificate (Original)
– Report Card (Form 138 – Original)
– Certificate of Good Moral Character (Original)
– Medical Certificate (Original)
– Three pcs. (2×2) pictures (Colored)
– Must pass the Entrance Exam

Kindergarten:
– Birth Certificate (Original)
– Medical Certificate (Original)
– Three pcs. (2×2) recent pictures (Colored)
– Must have taken the Entrance Exam