ASCOT Enrollment Schedule and Admission Requirements for Incoming First Year College Students
ASCOT ENROLLMENT FOR INCOMING FIRST YEAR ONLY
MAY 21 – 25, 2018
– Original Form 138 (SHS Report Card)
– Certificate of SHS Completion
– Certificate of Good Moral Character
– PSA/NSO Copy of Birth Certificate
– Copy of Marriage Certificate (if married female applicant)
– Medical and Dental Certificates
– 2×2 Picture (4pcs)
For inquiries contact:
– Alma S. Bayudan (OSS Director) – 09199926366
– Flordeliza S. Gutierrez (College Registrar) – 09283715824
ASCOT Senior High School Enrollment Schedule
ASCOT Senior High School Enrollment for SY 2018-2019 is now open!
Enrollment is at the ASCOT Administration Building, Zabali Campus, Baler, Aurora from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
– Grade 10 Report Card (F138 with LRN)
– Certificate of Completion (JHS)
– Certificate of Good Moral Character
– NCAE Result (for STEM Only)
– PSA/NSO Copy of Birth Certificate (Original Copy)
– ESC Certification Letter from Junior High School Principal (ESC Grantees Only from Private School)
– QVR Certificate (Qualified Voucher Applicants from Private School Only)
– 2×2 Picture (2pcs)
– Accomplished Clearance
– Grade 11 Report Card
ASCOT Honor Graduates of Class 2018
It was a memorable day inside Sentro Baler last Wednesday, April 11, 2018, as the members of the graduating class of 2018 were officially conferred with their academic degrees, but the event was made more remarkable one for the twelve graduates who finished their respective degrees with flying colors.
Five hundred five graduates from the different academic programs across the three campuses of the College proudly marched during the celebration of the ASCOT 26th Commencement Exercises today, April 11, 2018 at the Sentro Baler.
ASCOT 26th Commencement Exercises
Prior to the ceremony, a Baccalaureate Mass was solemnized by Rev. Father Andy A. Lumasac.
In his warm congratulatory message, Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes expressed her gratefulness that the goal of ASCOT in increasing the level of excellence and to be one of the most productive and competitive state college/university not just in the country but also in South East Asia is now slowly becoming a reality as made evident by the numerous projects and development in its three campuses.
ASCOT Joins the Nation in the Celebration of 2018 Women’s Month
Aurora State College of Technology joins the nation in the celebration of this year’s Women’s Month with the theme, “We Make Change Work for Women”, which aims to give due recognition to the contributions of Filipino women in our society. It highlights the empowerment of women as active contributors and advocate of development.
ASCOT GAD Focal Point Chairperson, Ms. Amparo Roberta A. Espinosa headed the different activities for the month-long celebration reiterating the College’s commitment to gender equality and women’s empowerment.
Members of the Faculty and Staff of ASCOT during the Color Run 2018
The GAD activities for the 2018 National Women’s Month include the National Women’s Month Exhibit at the Administration Building Lobby and at the General Education Building Lobby simultaneous with the publication and distribution of IEC materials. In addition, Purple Thursday was also observed in the College where everyone is encouraged to wear purple or purple accessories or accents every Thursday to join the call to advance women’s rights and gender equality, to break gender stereotypes, to stop gender-based violence and discrimination against women. Moreover, ASCOT personnel also participated in the Women’s Month Color Run 2018 held on March 09, 2018.A Women Inspiring Women Fora, facilitated by the Department of Arts and Sciences was also held on March 23, 2018, at AMCO Beach Resort, still in support to the celebration of International Women’s Month. Continue reading