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Enrollment is NOW OPEN!

Our commitment is to provide quality and affordable education to the public.  Thus, Interface Computer College opens its door to deserving students through the BARANGAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (BSP).  Currently, the college have scholars from Brgy. Buhangin, Brgy. Ponce, Brgy. Toril, Brgy. Matina, Brgy. Catalunan Grande and Brgy. 1-A Poblacion.

Interested incoming freshmen and transferees may avail of the BSP scholars by complying on the following requirements:

  • Secure recommendation letter from the Barangay Captain where the scholar is a bonafide  resident
  • He/she must enroll consecutively as a regular student
  • He/she must maintain a general weighted average of 82%, with no grades lower than 80% for the entire course duration
  • He/she must not obtain a grade of 9.00, 7.00 or 5.00 on any subject including non-academics
  • As for Transferees, grades reflected in the TOR should also conform with the above rules 

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INTERFACE COMPUTER COLLEGE grants automatic scholarships in the form of 100% and 75% exemption for payment of tuition fee to valedictorians and salutatorians respectively of any recognized private and public high schools, provided that the said valedictorians or salutatorians graduated from class of not less than 40 students. First three honorable mentions are also entitled to a 30% discount on tuition fees.

Students whose average grade in Physics, OR English OR Math is 85 and above OR whose overall weighted average is 85 and above will get an automatic 30% discount on tuition fee.

The College Scholarship Qualifying Test (CSQT) is also available to all high school graduates who have not attended college yet. Full and partial scholarships are granted for those who passed the said examination.

The College also offers the following scholarship grants:

 government agencies


CHED Scholarship


TESDA(PESFA) Scholarship


Barangay/Provincial Scholarship


 Scholarship from
Civil Service Commission



Scholarship from DOST


 private sectors