Central Philippine University

By Karren Jay G. Asgar

The CPU College of Law has announced on its official Facebook page that it is now open for admission for the first semester of the Academic Year 2024-2025.

Applicants are advised to complete first the online pre-registration form and submit the required requirements, such as PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth and Marriage Certificate (if married), Original Transcript of Records from last school attended (Applicants to the JURIS DOCTOR (J.D.) Program must have obtained a Bachelor’s Degree), Certified true copy of Diploma, Certificate of Transfer Credentials, Certificate of Good Moral Character, and 2 pieces passport size picture.

Ms. Eureka I. Villanoche, Juris Doctor-3, is looking forward to having more fellow aspiring Centralian lawyers and shared her personal experiences as to why she chose Central to be her home for another years. She added, “I chose Central Philippine University because not only I graduated my bachelor’s degree here at CPU, but because I considered Central my home. CPU provides a quality education, with a Christian flavor, and so with confidence and with no hesitation I chose to pursue law at Central”.

The first batch of admission test is scheduled on May 18, 2024 (Saturday), 1:00PM, at Conference Room, ground floor of Henry Luce III Library. While for the second and third batches, schedules will be announced. Applicants are further advised to follow and check the CPU College of Law official Facebook page for more updates via this link: https://www.facebook.com/CPUCOL.

Atty. Liza Lyn S. Lamason-Garcia, Assistant Dean of the CPU College of Law, gladly shares her excitement about the opening of the admission for this Academic Year 2024-2025. “We are inviting aspiring lawyers to become part of the CPU College of Law. We have been teaching law with a Christian flavor since 1939”, she remarked.

Application guidelines, test schedules, documentary requirements, and procedures can be checked here:


For further inquiries or assistance, applicants can call (033) 329-1971 local 1061 or (033) 330-7283 or email lawsec@cpu.edu.ph.

Be a future Centralian lawyer!