To facilitate better understanding of your results, it is important to read the information found here before viewing your results.
The Office for Admissions (OFAD) will no longer provide hard copies of your results nor email the result to you. You may download and print your results for your reference if needed.
UST SHS & UST Angelicum College SHS: starting March 30, 2022, 8:00 AM
|March 31, 2022||5:00 AM to 9:00 AM||A to C|
|March 31, 2022||9:01 AM to 1:00 PM||D to K|
|March 31, 2022||1:01 PM to 5:00 PM||L to P|
|March 31, 2022||5:01 PM to 9:00 PM||Q to Z|
|March 31, 2022 9:01 PM onwards||A to Z|
1. USTAR Score
The University of Santo Tomas Admission Rating (USTAR) Score is an admission rating score derived from a set of algorithms developed in assessing each applicant’s credentials in relation to the programs or strand they are applying for. USTAR Scores range from 5000 to 13300. An applicant’s USTAR score for their priority program may be different from their USTAR score in their alternative program since different programs may give different weights on factors deemed important for that program.
The USTAR Score of the applicant met the USTAR cut-off score set by the Academic Unit (College, Faculty, Institute, or School) for the program or strand they applied for. (Note: Each program and strand have their own cut-off scores depending on the level of competency required of their students.)
3. FOR SECOND SCREENING
The applicant passed the USTAR cut-off score set by the Academic Unit for the program and is qualified for second screening. This could be in the form of an interview, essay exam, or online drawing exam. Refer to the instructions indicated in your results for details. (Note: Qualifying for second screening does not guarantee admission since acceptance into the selected program also requires passing the second screening as it is part of the application process.)
4. ON-WAITING LIST
Although the USTAR score of the applicant met the required cut-off score set by the Academic Unit for the program or strand of choice, because of quota limitations, they shall have to wait for further instructions and can only be considered if slots are still available.
5. DID NOT MEET CUT-OFF SCORE
The USTAR Scores of the applicant did not meet the required cut-off scores set by the Academic Unit for the programs (both priority and alternative) or strand of choice.
6. PRIORITY PROGRAM
This is the program that the applicant prefers to be admitted to. This is their primary interest in which they intend to further their knowledge and skills.
7. ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM
In case the applicant does not meet the cut-off USTAR score of their priority program, they will be considered in their alternative program subject to the USTAR requirement set by the Academic Unit. Once an applicant qualifies in their priority program, their alternative program is no longer processed.
1. Click the DOWNLOAD CONFIRMATION OF ENROLLMENT FORM button to indicate your intention to enroll in the program or strand you qualified for.
2. Download and print the Confirmation of Enrollment (COE) form. This will be submitted to the academic unit together with other requirements.
2.1. Also downloadable from here are the:
Conditional Admission Contract
Conditional Admission Contract for International Students
NSTP Primer and ROTC Primer (for College Applicants)
3. Read and follow the specific instructions of the academic unit for the confirmation of enrollment (submission of credentials).
Failure to submit confirmation of enrollment documents as instructed by the academic unit within the specified schedule will automatically mean forfeiture of your slot.
4. Three (3) working days after submission of Confirmation of Enrolment documents, log-in at https://pds.ust.edu.ph to accomplish the Personal Data Sheet (PDS) online and download the Acknowledgement Slip.
As an applicant on waiting list, your acceptance to the program or strand you applied for will depend on the availability of slots. Visit our website (https://ofad.ust.edu.ph ) regularly for updates and further instructions.
You may visit our FAQ announcement at https://ofad.ust.edu.ph/ustar-results-faq/ for answers to frequently asked questions. Thank you.
WHERE TO FIND YOUR APPLICANT NUMBER
Your applicant number is found on the upper left part of your Application Receipt. Enter only the last 5 digits; do NOT include 2022.
Your applicant number is different from your reference number. Please be guided accordingly.
Reach out to us and we will respond as soon as we can.