The USLS College of Medicine seeks to provide quality medical education which promotes academic excellence, ethical practice, the spirit of inquiry and research, and Christian values anchored on the Lasallian charism of faith, zeal and service.
Animated by the spirit of St. John Baptiste de la Salle, the College of Medicine aims to produce competent, compassionate and ethical physicians who are motivated by their Christian faith and are committed to serve the health needs of the province and the country, especially the poor.
Specifically, the College of Medicine aims to provide courses in basic and clinical sciences that will:
- equip students with knowledge, skills and attitudes in the practice of Medicine;
- nurture the spirit of inquiry and research to address current health needs;
- inculcate the highest ethical standards of medical practice among students; and
Admission to the University is a privilege. The University therefore reserves the right to refuse admission to applicants or to require the withdrawal of students when it deems their presence among the student body to be inimical to the objectives of the University or to the observance of its regulations.
Applicants who, in the evaluation of the Admission Committee, are qualified to profit from the educational program of the College are admitted to the University of St. La Salle. In determining the admission of applicants, consideration shall be given to past scholastic records, present scholastic aptitude, character, recommendations as well as the applicants’ acceptance of the Mission Statement and all policies, procedures, rules and regulations of the College.
- College Transcript of Records
- Certificate of General Weighted Average Grade
- Honorable Dismissal/Transfer Credential
- National Medical Admission Test (NMAT)
- Birth Certificate
- Recommendation from the Dean where the student obtained his/her Bachelor of Science courses (Recommendation form is provided by the school)
- Duly-accomplished Application Form
- 2 x 2 pictures – 4 copies
- Psychological Test Result
- Application Fee Receipt
- Submit the following documents to the College of Medicine Office:
- College Transcript of Record
- Honorable Dismissal
- NMAT Score Sheet
- Birth Certificate
- Recommendation from the Dean where the student obtained his/her
BS courses major in Science
- Pay the testing fee at the Business Office and take the Psychological
Test at the GEC
- Pay the application fee of P 200
- Submit duly accomplished Admission Form
- Submit to panel interview
- If admitted, submit for medical check – up
- Secure admission card
Those accepted on a probationary status (for the first year) will have to sign a waiver that the student, in case of a failing grade, will not be allowed to take a removal exam. Any failure would mean that the student is automatically out of the program
Negros Occidental Provincial Medical Scholarship Grants
The Local Government Unit (LGU) of the student’s origin may recommend scholarship applicants to the Province of Negros Occidental, which in turn, will screen the applicants and submit a list to the University. The applicants must be residents of the Province and should pass the screening procedures of the University. Upon licensing and prior to residency, grantees will be required to serve any government hospital or clinic in Negros Occidental 100 volunteer - hours per scholarship year.
To retain the grant, the student should have a minimum semestral Grade Point Average (GPA) of 80, with no failing grade in any subject and should exhibit exemplary behavior.
There are eight scholarship grants at any given year.