- One semester unit is equivalent to eighteen (18) weeks or 54 hours of instruction in the form of lecture, discussion, tutoring, or a combination of any of these forms within a semester or summer term.
- An undergraduates student shall be allowed to carry not more than 24 units a semester except in cases where the curricular program allows him to carry a maximum of 27 units only on his last semester.
- In the summer term, the normal load shall be nine (9) units. Only in exceptional cases as determined by the Dean shall a student be allowed to carry twelve (12) units.
- In the graduate school level regular students shall be allowed to take 12 units and those who are employee/working shall be allowed to carry a maximum load of 9 units.