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.


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.

The Dr. Joseph Michael Gensoli-De Ungria Memorial Scholarship