After admission, students must not have any failing grade in any academic course excluding PE and CMT during their first year. Students failing to satisfy this are advised to shift to other degree or non-degree programs of the University.
The College adapts and implements the University policy on scholastic delinquency (BSU code chapter XXXIV article 111):
a. Any student will be on Probationary Status if he obtains final grades of 5.0 and/or INC in 50-75% of the total number of academic units in which he is enrolled.
b. Any student will be on Probationary Status if he obtains final grades of 5.0 and/or INC in 50-75% of the total number of academic units in which he is enrolled. When on Probationary Status the maximum load a student may carry is fourteen (14) units. Moreover, students in such status can be reverted back to regular status upon passing more than 50% of the academic load in the succeeding semester and upon completion/passing of deficiencies before the next registration.
c. Any student will be permanently disqualified and debarred from re-enrolment in the College, if he/she obtains final grades of 5.0 in at least 75% of the total number of academics in which he is enrolled. The same rule applies to students who are on Warning Status for three (3) consecutive semesters /terms. This rule on disqualification do not apply to:
1. Students whose grades of 5.0 were incurred due to unauthorized dropping of subjects as certified by the instructors concerned;
2. Senior students or students in the last curriculum year of their curricular program;
3. Students who received final grades in less than twelve (12) units; and
4. Students enrolled in non-degree and/or special courses.