1. I. CIT – FUNDED SCHOLARSHIPS AND DISCOUNTS
    1. A. Academic Scholarships
      1. a. Freshmen Academic Scholarship (FAS)
      2. b. Special Academic Scholarship
      3. c. Upperclassmen Academic Scholarship
      4. d. High School Academic Scholarship
      5. e. Elementary Academic Scholarship
    2. B. Non-Academic Scholarship
    3. C. Special Non – Academic Scholarships and Discount
    4. D. Athletics Scholarships
    5. E. Other Discount Privileges
      1. a. Full-Payment Discount (FPD)
      2. b. Student Discount Plan (SDP)
      3. c. Loyalty Discount (LD)
      4. d. Faculty-Admin Discount (FAD)
  2. II. SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

A. Academic Scholarships

a. Freshmen Academic Scholarship (FAS)

Qualification:

* Must be an incoming first year college student who is among the Top Ten (10) graduates of any public or private high school

Requirements:

* Dry sealed Certification of Graduation Honors from the HS Principal indicating the honors received/overall ranking and the total number of graduates
* Comprehensive resume with 2 x 2 colored picture

Conditions:

(1) A scholarship applicant must attend the scholarship orientation that will be conducted by the Office of Admissions and Scholarships. He/She must sign the scholarship undertaking.

(2) Freshmen Academic Scholars with one year privilege must meet the following requirements in order to enjoy the same privilege in the succeeding semester:

§ Academic load of not less than 18 units in the first semester;

§ Average grade of at least 4.0 with no NC or failing mark in the first semester. In case the scholar’s average grade is below 4.0 with no NC or failing mark, his/her scholarship privilege in the next semester shall be downgraded to:

i. Full TD from Free-All

ii. 75% TD from Full TD

iii. 25% TD from 50% TD

iv. 10% TD from 25% TD, for CIT Pilot Section

(3) Furthermore, if a student fails to file a scholarship application form within the prescribed period, his/her scholarship shall be forfeited and cannot be enjoyed in the next semester. However, if he/she is qualified for a one-year scholarship but has failed to apply the same during the semester, the student may still avail of his/her scholarship privilege in the succeeding semester only, upon the submission and approval of his/her scholarship application form, subject to the policy on the minimum average grade requirement.

(4) Moreover, a freshman academic scholar enjoying a one-school-year scholarship privilege is required to attend at least 80% of the total number of meetings in one of the LEP classes, preferably English, Mathematics or Computer Programming classes, in the first semester. Failure to meet this requirement disqualifies him/her from enjoying his/her scholarship privilege in the second semester.

Requirements:

· Dry-sealed Certification of Graduation Honors from the HS Principal indicating the honors received, overall ranking, and the total number of graduates of the HS Batch

· Comprehensive resume’ with 2×2 colored picture

· Entrance Examination Result

· Confirmation Letter from the HS Principal attesting the graduation honors received by an applicant. This letter MUST be mailed to CIT. Hand carried Confirmation Letters are NOT accepted.

b. Special Academic Scholarship

Graduates of some identified high schools may be given special academic scholarships. Please contact the Office of Admissions and Scholarships for more information.

c. Upperclassmen Academic Scholarship

The OAS prepares and announces the names of students who will qualify for this scholarship at the start of every semester. The Registrar’s Office provides the OAS the report on the Grade Average of the students every semester.

Qualification:

· CIT students with at least one semester residence

· Must have an academic load of not less than 18 units in the previous semester (excluding ROTC/NSTP/bracketed subjects)

· Minimum grade of 4.2 for College Scholars, 4.5 for Presidential Scholars except in ROTC/NSTP and/or PE subjects.

· No NC or failing mark in the previous semester

d. High School Academic Scholarship
(1) HS Freshmen Academic Scholarship (HS-FAS)
Qualification: Must be among the Top Ten (10) graduates of any public or private elementary schools.

Privileges:

• Top 10 CIT Elementary Department graduates who will enroll in the CIT-HS Department are given Full Tuition Discount and Free Textbooks.

Requirement: Recommendation letter of the principal, duly approved by the
Office of the President

– Graduates from Other Elementary Schools:

(2) Top Ten CIT – HS Students
Qualification: Honor HS students in different year level.

Requirement: Recommendation letter of the principal, duly approved by the Office of the President.

Privileges:

B. Non-Academic Scholarships

Privilege : Free All

Qualifications:

Must have at least one semester residence in CIT or CIT – HS graduate

Annual income of parents not more than PHP 120, 000

Requirements:

Application letter addressed to the CIT President

Bio Data with 2×2 colored picture with white background

Latest Income Tax Return of both parents or Tax Exemption Certificate

Latest Police Clearance

Copy of latest grades

Certificate of good moral character

Medical certificate

Note: The Non-Academic Scholarship is transacted at the Human Resource Department

C. Special Non-Academic Scholarships

Trainers and Coaches

CIT Dance Troupe

Members of HS Drum & Bugle Corp / Minorettes

NOTE: Privilege of the above-mentioned categories are determined upon the recommendation of the respective coordinators.

D. Athletics Scholarships

Varsity Players of the following teams:

Basketball (HS/College)

Volleyball (College)

Badminton (College)

NOTE: Privileges are determined upon the recommendation of the respective coaches.

e. Elementary Academic Scholarship
Qualification: Honor students in different year level.
Requirement: Recommendation letter of the principal, duly approved by the Office of the President
Privileges:

E. Other Discount Privileges

a. Full-Payment Discount (FPD)

If the school fees are paid in full on or before the prescribed deadline in applying for discounts, the student is

entitled to a 5% discount.

b. Student Discount Plan (SDP)

Brothers and sisters enrolled concurrently are given discounts if applied for within the prescribed period.

1 Sibling – 10% Tuition Discount

2 or more Siblings – 15% Tuition Discount

c. Loyalty Discount (LD)

Graduates form CIT-HS are given loyalty discount upon enrollment at the College Department

d. Faculty-Admin Discount (FAD)

Children of CIT Employees are given discounts if applied for within the prescribed period. For details, refer to the Faculty Manual and Administrative Manual. FAD is transacted at the Human Resource Department.

II. SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

ABOITIZ COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Privilege: Free All and Allowance

AMB. PHILIPPE J. LHUILLIER SCHOLARSHIP (P.J. LHUILLIER FOUNDATION, INC.)

Privilege: P15 000 per semester as tuition subsidy

ANALOG DEVICES INC. SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

ARGAO TERTIARY SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Privilege: Free All

RAUL VERAME SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Privilege: Free All

CEAAW (CEBU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All and Book Allowance

CITAA-ARIZONA CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA-AUSTRALIA CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA-CEBU CHAPTER (ENGR. CHARLIE NG) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA – CEBU CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA – ESB CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA – LAS VEGAS CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA-LAS VEGAS CHAPTER (ENGR. BEN ALMAGRO) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA-LUZON CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA – MIDWEST CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CITAA -SOCAL CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

CIT-DU ETEEAP SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Full Tuition Subsidy

CTEAAP (CEBU TERTIARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Full tuition subsidy granted by the Cebu Provincial Government

DAVAO LIGHT & POWER CO. SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege: Free-All Scholarship

DENR LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege: Free-All Scholarship including monthly stipend and allowance for books and school supplies

DOST ( RA 7687 ) SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

Privilege:

P6,000 per semester as tuition subsidy

P3,000 monthly stipend for 10 months

P1,500 book allowance per semester

DOST-JCSTS ( Junior College Science and Technology Scholarship)

Privilege:

P6,000 per semester as tuition subsidy

P3,000 monthly stipend for 10 / 11 months

P1,500 book allowance per semester

Engr. Pedrito Uy Scholarship Grant

Privilege: Free-All Scholarship including allowances for books, transportation and board and lodging

FAIRCHILD SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege:

Free All

P2,500 monthly stipends for 10 months

P1,500 book allowance per semester

GSIS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege:

School Fees, not more than P30,000 per semester

P2,000.00 monthly stipend

JURANI FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

KEPPEL CEBU SHIPYARD SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege:

Full Tuition Subsidy of Php 20,000.00 per semester

Book Allowance of Php 5,000.00 per semester

Cost of Living Allowance of Php 15,000.00 per semester

KIAMCO-SARNILLO SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

LEXMARK R&D CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

Privilege:

Free All

P3,000 monthly stipend for 10 months

P3,000 book allowance per semester

P500 clothing allowance per year

Transportation allowance

LEXMARK SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (FOR LEXMARK EMPLOYEES ONLY)

Privilege: Tuition subsidy for a maximum of 9 units only

SOLEDECO (SOCORRO LIZARES ESCARIO DEVT. CORP.) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All

NECFI (NEC FOUNDATION, INC.) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege:

Maximum of P25,000 per AY as tuition subsidy

P3,600 monthly stipend for 10 months

P5,500 books and school supplies allowance per AY

Maximum of P12,000 allowance for special projects for the duration of the course

OWWA -CMWSP (CONGRESSIONAL MIGRANT WORKERS) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege: P10,000 per semester

OWWA – EDSP ( EDUCATION FOR DEV’T SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM)

Privilege: P30, 000 per semester

PAMWE (PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON ENGINEERS) SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: P5,000 tuition subsidy per semester

PHINMA (PHILIPPINE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, INC.) EXTERNAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege: P15,000 per semester to cover official school fees and allowances

SM FOUNDATION, INC. SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

Privilege: Free All and allowance

EDWARD AND EVA UNDERWOOD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

Privilege: Free All and allowance

VISAYAN ELECTRIC CO. SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Privilege: Free-All Scholarship

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Student Financial Program (STUFAP)

Student Assistance Fund for Educational Loan (SAFE Loan)

– Study-Now-Pay-Later Plan (SNPLP)

– Skills Enhancement and Educational Development for Students (SEEDS)

Note: CHED sponsored scholarships such as PESFA, SSP, etc. are processed at the Registrar’s Office while Educational plans are directly transacted at the Accounting Office.

[Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure that the information found in this page is accurate and up to date, the web administrators will not be responsible for any error, omission or inadvertent alteration. Always refer to the OAS for guidance, clarification and other concerns regarding your privileges.]