Message to the Community
Malayan Colleges Mindanao (A Mapúa School) is continuously pursuant in its efforts of updating the community on its policies and precautionary measures concerning the recent viral pandemic that is the Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-2019.
MCM Protocols & Operations
Latest Updates & Previous Memos
Malayan Colleges Mindanao in the New Normal #WeLearnAsOne
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MCM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ALFONSO T. YUCHENGCO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
CENTER FOR SERVICE LEARNING AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Online Classes & Technical Support
BLACKBOARD LEARN SUPPORT
Physical and Mental Health Support
CENTER FOR GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
Malayan Colleges Mindanao wishes to provide its students and employees with easy access to medical assistance, healthcare consultations and reliable information especially during this time of crisis.
KonsultaMD is a 24/7 hotline manned by licensed Filipino doctors who provide medical assessment and advice, basic healthcare and permissible medication over the phone at affordable subscription rates for which MCM will shoulder ALL COSTS of.
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Pagpupugay Scholarship Fund
To honor our COVID-19 medical frontliners who have passed away in the line of duty, Malayan Colleges Mindanao, A Mapúa School in partnership with the BPI Foundation, is encouraging their next of kin to apply for the PAGPUPUGAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND where our commitment is to support your education.
To Apply, please send an email to email@example.com
Learn more here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I still take the Admissions Entrance Exam?
In light of recent events, the MCM Admission Examination is WAIVED for the applicants of S.Y.: 2020-2021.
Incoming Grade 11, Senior High School transferees, incoming College Freshmen, and College transferees who have NOT YET TAKEN THE ONLINE ADMISSION EXAM prior may register through this link.
How can I submit my Registrar requirements?
Please take a photo or scan your needed requirements and then send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I still apply for Academic Scholarships?
Will frontline offices (e.g. Admissions, Registrar, Treasury) still be open to process enrollment concerns?
No, because effective last March 26 and aligned with Executive Order No. 20, s.2020 of the City Government of Davao MCM went on lockdown. Thus, frontline offices are no longer open. However, these office may still be contacted via phone and online facilities from Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm except holidays.
Is the Center for Health Services and Wellness (MCM Clinic) still open?
In concurrence with the lockdown last March 26, the MCM Clinic has been shut down. You may still contact the Clinic at email@example.com or through +639985950024.
If I was not able to take my Final Exam, what can be done?
Students who failed to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes for the current term, for any reason other than absences, will not be given a failing mark and will be allowed to complete the requirement of the course up to the end of first term of SY 2020-2021 (OR 2020 summer term for SHS) under the Extended Learning Time (ELT) program.
How can I process my payments to Treasury?
You may pay Matriculation and other fees through M. Lhuilier or through online banking or fund transfer to Malayan Colleges Mindanao’s RCBC Account. Read more details on M. Lhuilier process here, and RCBC account details here. For more in-depth instructions on how to pay through online banking, watch this video.
May we still enter the MCM Campus?
No, because effective last March 26, MCM went on lockdown in compliance to the City Government of Davao’s Executive Order No. 20, s.2020.
(!) Recently, on a radio interview with our City Mayor, she confirmed last June 15, 2020 that students below 21-years old may go to the campus for purposes of Enrollment ONLY.
In the event that my internet connection is unstable and I cannot access BlackBoard, is there an alternative way I can pass my academic requirements?