- Grading System and Retention
- Residence, Leaves and Readmissions
- Advance or Transfer Credits
- Schedule of courses
- UPV Graduate Program Manual
- Guidelines in the Preparation of Dissertation/Thesis/Special Problem
Manuscript for the Graduate and Undergraduate Students
- The Registrar's Dates and Deadlines
- Transcript of Records
- Classification of Graduate Students
- Leave of Absence and Max Residency Rule
- Honorable Dismissal
- Honorific Scholarships
- Housing/Health Services
- Library Services
A graduate student in good standing who desires to sever his connection with the University shall present a written petition to this effect to the Registrar. If the petition is granted, the student shall be given honorable dismissal. Without such petition and favorable action, nor record of honorable dismissal shall be made.
Generally, honorable dismissal is voluntary withdrawal from the University with the consent of the Registrar or his representative. All indebtedness to the University must be settled before a statement of honorable dismissal will be issued. The statement indicates that the student withdrew in good standing as far as character and conduct are concerned. If the student has been dropped from the rolls on account of poor scholarship, a statement to that effect may be added to the honorable dismissal.
A student who leaves the University by reason of expulsion due to disciplinary action shall be allowed to obtain his academic transcript of record without reference to Dishonorable Dismissal, provided: 1) the student writes an application; 2) not less than one (1) school year, beginning the school year immediately following the effectivity of the expulsion decision has elapsed; 3) the party concerned, during the period of expulsion, has not been involved in any untoward incident affecting the University, or been charged in court after the fiscal’s investigation; and 4) all such applications are subject to Board of Regents action.