Learning Delivery for AY 2021-2022

Classes for Senior High School in the 1st Semester and for College in the 1st Quarter will be delivered fully online. The learning delivery in the 2nd Semester in Senior High School and in the succeeding quarters in College will be subject to the government regulations released by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), the Department of Education (DepEd), and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) on the resumption of face-to-face classes.

Here are some quick FAQs:

When is the start of the Academic Year 2021-2022?

For Senior High School, the academic year starts on August 2, 2021.
For incoming College freshmen and existing students, the 1st quarter will start on August 16, 2021.

What is the schedule of Enrollment?

For incoming SHS students and College Freshmen, online application is ongoing. Enrollment starts on May 3, 2021.

For incoming Grade 12, enrollment will be on June 21-26, 2021.

For undergraduate students, August 10-13, 2021.

For the complete online enrollment procedure and guidelines, please visit

For inquiries or concerns, you may call our Admissions Office at (02) 8247-5000 local 5100 to 5102 or send an email to

If or when face-to-face classes resume, will students be given a choice on the mode of learning delivery?

Classes for Senior High School in the 1st Semester and for College in the 1st Quarter will be delivered fully online. Beyond this time, if and when the resumption of face-to-face classes is allowed under IATF and DepEd/CHED regulations, Mapúa will provide students the option to choose between Digital Choice or Blended Learning Mode.

Digital Choice is the online learning mode, but combines online and offline, synchronous and asynchronous sessions. In Digital Choice, there are no-face to-face classes. This is for parents and students who remain anxious about returning to campus. Students in Digital Choice cannot shift to Blended Learning Mode for the remainder of the academic year.

Blended Learning Mode is a combination of face-to-face and online delivery. Students will come to campus on a shifting schedule to attend classes and consultation sessions. This option is for students who are willing to return to campus.

What is the tuition fee for Online Learning?

For Senior High School, matriculation fees for the incoming school year will be based on the fees for Online Delivery. A reassessment of fees will be released and adjustments in charges will be made only if IATF and DepEd regulations will allow for the resumption of face-to-face classes.

For College, matriculation fees are assessed on a quarterly basis and will follow the learning delivery modes that are available at the time of enrollment.

Will there be a tuition fee increase?

For AY 2021-2022, a minimal 1.25% increase, as approved during the parent and student consultation on January 22, 2021, in tuition fees will be applied.

What measures are being implemented by the University to help students with financial difficulties during the pandemic?

Mapúa University wants to ensure student’s access to education through easy modes of payments and financial assistance.

  • Flexible Installment Options are available.
    • For College, tuition can be paid in three (3) installment payments. Second payment is due before midterms, and third payment is due before the finals week. Installment options are: 40%-30%-30% and 20%-40%-40%. A student may enroll with a minimum initial payment of 20%.
    • For SHS, fees can be made monthly, quarterly, or per semester
  • Financial Assistance through affordable tuition fee installment plans is made available through
    • Bukas, an education financing company, provides an alternative payment plan that can cover up to 100% of tuition, payable in 12 months. Learn more about Bukas Installment Plans for Mapúa Students
    • Go Philippines offers assistance on tuition and other education-related expenses. Visit to learn more.

Can we go to school to enroll?

Application for new students and enrollment for all other students will continue to be conveniently accessible online.

What student services will be open in campus?

For everyone’s safety, the University is encouraging everyone to transact through online means. However, essential services and departments such as Admissions, Registrar’s Office, Treasury, Development Office for IT, and SOCIP will be delivered in-campus following the health and safety protocols for the prevention of COVID-19.

The Health Services Department of Mapúa is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays to Fridays. For medical consultation appointments and issuance of Medical Certificates for Good Health/Fit to Work, you may send an email to You may also call the following numbers:

Intramuros 02) 8247-5000 local 4102
Makati (02) 8891-0894

The Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) is available to provide counseling services from Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Counseling sessions shall be by appointment only. Clients may message the Facebook page of CGC at for the counseling schedule. As part of the University’s COVID-19 preventive protocols, clients are highly encouraged to avail of the online counseling service.

Note that the delivery of in-campus services is also subject to regulations and guidelines that the IATF, DepEd, and CHED will provide.

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