FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


1. What courses and programs do you offer?

The list of courses may be found here.


2. When is the enrollment period?

Enrollment has already begun and will continue until the opening of classes. Please make sure you have completed the enrollment process to be considered Officially Enrolled.


3. Where will I fill up my ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION FORM?

Log in here to fill up the Pre-Registration Form.

OLD STUDENTS should NOT create new CSIMS Accounts. If you have forgotten your password, please contact the CMI Helpdesk.


4. How will I receive my username and password?

OLD STUDENTS should use the username and password previously issued to them. They should NOT create new CSIMS Accounts.

NEW STUDENTS, on the other hand, should first wait for the automated e-mail, which will give them their username and password to CSIMS. If you have not received an e-mail within 24 hours (excluding Sundays and holidays) after filling up the form, please text your FULL NAME, YEAR AND COURSE, and VALID E-MAIL ADDRESS to the Enrollment Helpdesk: (0975) 586.6300 or (0942) 062.3528. You may also call (044) 769.2021. The Enrollment Helpdesk will update your personal information and will re-send the message from the Office of the Registrar.

Please note that our Enrollment Helpdesk is only open from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Mondays to Fridays.


5. What happens after I Pre-Register?

After you have Pre-Registered, please regularly monitor the cellphone number and e-mail address you provided, as we will be sending announcements via text and e-mail in the future.

You still need to complete the enrollment process to be considered Officially Enrolled. You also need to complete and pass all your subjects for SY 2020-2021, submit documentary requirements (for NEW Students and TRANSFEREES), undergo an interview via ZOOM (for NEW Students and TRANSFEREES), and pay P500 downpayment on your tuition. Students covered by the Senior High School Voucher Program do not need to pay anything..


6. How do I Log-In to the CMI Student Information and Management System?

    1. Go to csims.collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph
    2. Enter your username and password.
    3. Click Login.


7. After logging-in to the Student Information and Management System, what do I do?

You may now:

    1. Update your personal information,
    2. Complete your Pre-Registration and
    3. Upload your proofs of payment.
    4. On or before the first day of classes, your class schedule should also be available through CSIMS.


8. How do I UPDATE MY PERSONAL INFORMATION?

    1. Log-in to the Student Information and Management System.
    2. Click on My Dashboard.
    3. Click on Pre-Registration Step 1: Verify Primary Information.
    4. Double-check and edit your Birthday, Gender, Address, E-mail address and Mobile Number if needed.
    5. Click Save.
    6. Click Pre-Registration Step 2: Complete Registration Form.
    7. Encode your personal information, then select YES when asked whether you intend to register for the next school year.
    8. Click Save.
    9. Do not forget to click Log Out when you are done.


9. What are the REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR ADMISSION?

Click here for the required documents to be submitted by NEW STUDENTS AND TRANSFEREES.

OLD STUDENTS are not required to re-submit documents they have already submitted before. The Office of the Registrar shall notify old students if they have any other documents they still need to submit.

The School has also waived the Medical Certificate requirement for this First Semester, as students no longer have to go to school.


10. How do I SUBMIT MY REQUIRED DOCUMENTS?

You may submit the ORIGINAL copies of your documents personally, or through private courier, to:

       The Office of the Registrar
       c/o Ms. Leonora Esguerra
       College of Mary Immaculate
       JP Rizal St., Poblacion, Pandi, Bulacan 3014


Please note that all those who enter the CMI Campus must subject themselves to strict COVID-19 Protocols.

Strict Physical Distancing is observed, as well as a No Face Mask or Face Shield, No Entry Policy. Bring your own Ballpen to fill up the Health Declaration Form. Loitering is NOT allowed.


11. To be Officially Enrolled, what do I need to pay?

For Senior High School Students from PUBLIC Junior High Schools: Tuition is FREE under the Senior High School Voucher Program. You no longer have to pay anything as the Senior High School voucher paid for by the Philippine Government covers tuition and other fees.

All other students must pay at least P500.00 downpayment before the opening of classes. The rest of the balance of the tuition and other fees may be paid by installment.

Old Students with remaining balances from previous semesters may e-mail a Proposed Plan of Payment to inquiries@collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph. Please wait for the Office of the Registrar to approve your Proposed Plan of Payment.


12. What else do I need to pay?

Tuition Fees depend on which Course or Program of Study you are taking. Please check the Assessed Fees tab for a computation of the fees applicable to you this semester. (CSIMS will display the Fees Applicable for the First Semester of SY 2021-2022 after the Second Semester of SY 2020-2021 ends on April 30). For any inquiries or clarifications regarding the assessed fees, please call (044) 769.2021.


13. How do I pay my tuition and other fees?

You may choose to pay on-site through our Cashier from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Mondays to Fridays.

If you paid on-site, you no longer have to upload a Proof of Payment to CSIMS, because the transaction has already been posted by our Cashier.

Please note that all those who enter the CMI Campus must subject themselves to strict COVID-19 Protocols.

Strict Physical Distancing is observed, as well as a No Face Mask or Face Shield, No Entry Policy. Bring your own Ballpen to fill up the Health Declaration Form. Loitering is NOT allowed.

You may also directly deposit over-the-counter to the CMI Bank Account at BDO Network Bank (Savings Account Number 0415 6002 7396), or you may utilize your own bank's online banking services to transfer your payment to the CMI Bank Account. Please remember to keep your Proof of Payment (in the form of a Machine-Validated Deposit Slip, or a screenshot of your Successful Fund Transfer) as you will need to upload it at the CMI Student Information and Management System.

Without these Proofs of Payment, we will be unable to identify and post your transaction, and we will not be able to issue you a receipt.

When transferring funds from another bank to BDO Network Bank, please remember the following:

    1. Please select BDO NETWORK BANK, not BDO UNIBANK.
    2. Please double-check the account number you will provide on the Deposit Slip or Fund Transfer.
    3. Your Bank, BDO Network Bank, and the CMI will not be liable for erroneous transactions, incorrectly typed account numbers or unsuccessful transfers.


14. I paid through BDO Network Bank. How do I submit my Proof of Payment?

    1. Log-in to the CMI Student Information and Management System (CSIMS) using your username and password.
    2. Click on My Dashboard.
    3. Go to the Proofs of Payments tab.
    4. Click Browse.
    5. Look for the file on your device, and click Open.
    6. Click Upload.
    7. At the text box below your uploaded file, select or specify the purpose of your Proof of Payment.
    8. When the Cashier posts your payment, you will receive an e-mail notification within 48 hours, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
    9. Do not forget to click Log Out when you are done.

Once uploaded, you may not delete a submitted document. If you have mistakenly submitted an incorrect document, simply upload a new one.


15. How do I get my Official Receipt?

If you pay on-site, your transaction will be posted and you will receive your Official Receipt immediately.

If you pay through BDO Network Bank, your payment will be posted within 48 hours excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Please check the Assessed Fees tab or check your e-mail to see if your payment has already been posted. After posting, your receipt will be kept on file until you pick it up at the Cashier's Office, which is open Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Please note that all those who enter the CMI Campus must subject themselves to strict COVID-19 Protocols.

Strict Physical Distancing is observed, as well as a No Face Mask or Face Shield, No Entry Policy. Bring your own Ballpen to fill up the Health Declaration Form. Loitering is NOT allowed.


16. How do I know if I am Officially Enrolled?

You are considered Officially Enrolled when:

    1. You have successfully Pre-Registered via CSIMS.
    2. You have paid the downpayment of P500 (if applicable. See Number 11 above).
    3. For New Students and Transferees: You have submitted ORIGINAL copies of your Required Documents to the Office of the Registrar. (See Number 10 above)
    4. For New Students and Transferees: The Office of the Registrar will also schedule a virtual interview for each New Student and Transferee via Zoom.

Please make sure you have completed the procedures above before the Opening of Classes.


17. Who will be eligible to receive the Free Internet this semester?

Only those who are Officially Enrolled (see Number 16 above) at the CMI will receive Free Internet on the First Day of Classes.


18. What is the purpose of the Free Internet being given to all CMIans this semester?

The Free Internet being given by the CMI is meant to ensure that all Officially Enrolled CMIans have equal access to their online classes and other online learning materials. This Internet Package is designed to ensure that students will be able to access the CMI's Learning Management System on a daily basis.


19. What kind of Free Internet will I receive?

The CMI will be giving Free Internet in the form of SMART Prepaid Mobile Data Packages. This will be accessible using your mobile phone, or tablet, if it is capable of accessing Mobile Data through a SIM Card.


20. How much Free Internet will I receive?

Each student who is Officially Enrolled at the CMI will receive a total of 98 GB of Free Mobile Data every 30 days.

This will consist of 3 GB per day, limited ONLY to the following apps on your cellphone or tablet using mobile data: Blackboard, Neo, Moodle, Quipper, Microsoft Education, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Search, G Suite for Education, Google Classroom, YouTube, and DepEd Commons. The 3 GB per day cannot be used to transmit data when using your cellphone as a mobile hotspot when you access the internet on other wi-fi enabled devices (such as tablets and laptops).

Also included is 8 GB per month for open data allocation, which may be used to access any website. This 8 GB open data allocation will also be consumed when you use your mobile phone as a mobile hotspot when you access the internet on other wi-fi enabled devices (such as tablets and laptops).

It is recommended that you turn off all background applications and system updates to conserve your mobile data allocation. Sometimes, without you knowing, your device downloads system updates depending on your settings. Applications running in the background may also consume mobile data allocation as long as they are left open.


21. How will I receive the Free Internet?

The Free Internet will be sent every 30 days to the SMART Prepaid Number that was provided by each Officially Enrolled student during Enrollment.

Other SIM Cards (issued by Globe, Talk N Text, Sun Cellular, Touch Mobile, Smart Bro, Globe Tattoo, or PLDT Home) are NOT eligible to receive this package.

The Free Mobile Data is intended to help CMIans access their online classes. It is not intended for the use of other people, or for entertainment or other personal purposes.

Any misuse, abuse or unauthorized transfer of the Mobile Data will subject the student to strict disciplinary action which may lead to dismissal or expulsion. For any concerns regarding the Mobile Data provided by the CMI, please e-mail inquiries@collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph.


22. What happens if I consume the Free Internet before its expiration?

If you use up the 3 GB per day allocation, you will begin consuming your 8 GB per month open data allocation.

If you consume your 8 GB per month open data allocation before the end of the 30-day cycle, you will no longer be able to connect to the internet using your SMART Prepaid SIM Card unless you purchase your needed prepaid load at your own expense. You may also reload your SIM Card to avail of other promos at your own expense.


23. Does the Free Internet Package include calls and texts?

No. The Free Internet Package does not include any Prepaid Load for calls and texts. You will have to purchase Prepaid Load at your own expense, if you want to be able to call and text using your SMART Prepaid SIM Card.


24. When will I receive the Free Internet?

The Free Internet will be sent on the first day of classes, and will be loaded every 30 days for the rest of the First Semester of SY 2021-2022.

The Free Internet Package will be loaded directly onto the Smart Prepaid SIM Card that was registered during enrollment.


25. What can I do to improve the signal strength of SMART in my area?

SMART has given its commitment to improve the signal coverage, signal strength, signal stability and signal reliability in Pandi and the neighboring towns in Bulacan. They assured the CMI that they are already upgrading their facilities nationwide because of the increased internet usage throughout their network, given that millions of Filipinos are still working and studying from home.

However, given the nature of wireless internet, here are a few tips to improve your mobile data connection:

    1) Work close to a window or a door, to capture the wireless signals coming from outside.
    2) Avoid enclosed areas and thick walls. Thick walls that are usually made of steel and concrete tend to block wireless signals.
    3) Stay clear of trees and other obstructions that will cause signal interference.
    4) Move to a higher floor in your house. Wireless signals improve when there is clear and unobstructed transmission from the nearest cell tower. For you to have faster and more reliable connections, it is recommended that your area be free from any structures that will cause signal interference.


26. I am an Old Student and wish to request for my grades and other documents. How do I file my request?

Please send an e-mail to: inquiries@collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph and provide your Name, Student Number, Year and Course, Documents Requested and the Purpose of your Request. The Office of the Registrar will be responding to your request as soon as possible. Please note that you may be required to pay a minimal processing fee for some documents you request.


27. I am a applying for the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES). Do you have any updates regarding last year's TES Release?

The College of Mary Immaculate has already submitted all the documents required to CHED-UNIFAST, and is just waiting for the subsidy to be released by the Commission on Higher Education. We will be making the announcements relative to this as soon as the funds are released by the Government.


28. I am an Incoming 2nd, 3rd or 4th Year College Student who wants to shift to another course offered at the CMI. How do I send my Letter of Request to Shift?

Just e-mail your Letter of Request to: inquiries@collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph, and wait for the Office of the Registrar to process your request. They will respond to inform you whether your request has been approved.

You will be notified when your letter-request has been approved. Please note that your Assessed Fees may change because of the change in the number of units that you will be taking.


29. I still have other questions/concerns regarding Online Enrollment. May I know the number of the CMI Enrollment Helpdesk?

For any inquiries regarding admissions policies and online enrollment procedures, our Enrollment Helpdesk is available only from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays, excluding holidays. You may call (044) 769.2021, or you may text (0975) 586.6300 or (0942) 062.3528 during office hours. Please remember to state your name, year and course for proper identification.


30. When and how will classes be conducted?

The College of Mary Immaculate will release a separate announcement regarding the Opening of Classes. The College of Mary Immaculate will continue to adopt Alternative Modes of Learning this coming First Semester, SY 2021-2022, for the safety of all students, faculty and staff. Students will not be required to physically go to the CMI Campus for their classes, because all classes will be delivered online.


For more information, you may visit our Website, collegeofmaryimmaculate.edu.ph, and Official Facebook Page for more information and for other future announcements. Do not forget to monitor your registered mobile number and e-mail address because important announcements will be sent via text or e-mail as well.






The CMI enjoins every member of the CMI community to do your share and stop the spread of COVID-19.
Stay home, practice good personal hygiene, and take very good care of yourself and your family.
Be considerate of your neighbors and help those in need, in whatever way you can.

To our dear CMIans--please stay home and be safe!