Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A: Cebu Institute of Technology (CIT) – University is an institution that provides quality education having granted with Autonomous Status in 2016 and recognized as Center of Excellence in Information Technology Education since 2007. It has produced a total of 689 Board Topnotchers and 80 First Placers in Licensure Examinations in Engineering, Architecture, Education, Accountancy and Nursing.
Q: What are the documents required for admission? What if the documents are not readily available upon admission application?
A: The admission requires the following documents: NSO Birth Certificate, Report Card, and Certificate of Good Moral. All of these documents must be submitted in a long –sized brown envelope. With any of these documents missing, applicant is advised to still take the examinations. After passing the examinations, the applicant can reserve his or her slot for admission but cannot proceed with enrollment until the necessary documents are available already.
A: There is no cut-off grade for admission. The entrance examination results will be the basis for admission on the desired program. Applicants will be advised on what program will be suited for them, especially for those who are still undecided of their program.
A: No, there is no limit as to the number of applicants to be accepted per program. The applicant can pursue with the desired program as long as he or she is qualified to such program.
A: We conduct admission examination everyday for the entire enrollment period.
A: The admission and enrollment application process takes only 4 hours or half of a day, provided that all requirements are present upon application.
A: The institution is granting academic scholarships for deserving students who graduated at the top of their class. There is a corresponding privilege given according to rank, type of school graduated and the number of graduates in the batch. There is a separate process of availing such scholarship after admission. Please refer to the Freshmen Academic Scholarship Program brochure or contact the Office of Admissions and Scholarships.