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  • WEEK 15 | Monday, 20 November 2017

    admissions

    subscription to the degree

    Only those applicants who have completed the three steps specified below will be considered enrolled.

    Step 1. Claim your acceptance letter with the Admissions Department.

    Step 2. Complete your cash, check or credit-card enrollment payments directly with the cashier’s office.

    Step 3. Once your enrollment payment has been made it is essential to go to the Registrar’s office between 10 am and 2 pm or 4 and 6 pm, Monday through Friday, in order to submit the following documents:

    - CENTRO acceptance letter

    - Birth certificate (original and copy)

    - The student’s CURP (copy).

    - Bachillerato, high school or college preparatory degree (original and copy).

    Applicant transcripts must not reflect any incompletes as of the semester start date; otherwise enrollment will be cancelled.

    Should any of the abovementioned documents not be delivered before 28 February 2014 (if you enter the January semester) or 5 September 2014 (if you enter the August semester) , the student’s enrollment will be canceled and he/she will forfeit his/her right to a refund of the enrollment fees.

    Semester enrollment is limited and only those applicants who have completed the three-step process will be guaranteed enrollment.

    Student ID

    Once you have enrolled, you can request your student ID and CENTRO e-mail address. You should appear on the indicated date to have your ID photo taken. Your ID is required for access to CENTRO installations and services.

    Class Schedules

    Remember that CENTRO class schedules vary (there are morning and afternoon classes) between 7 am and 10 pm.

    Language Accreditation

    As a third semester enrollment requirement, students must present valid documentation to the Registrar’s Office that demonstrates their English-language knowledge is equivalent to a TOEFL score of 470.
    * If such proof is not presented your enrollment will be temporarily suspended.

    Computers

    The computer is a required tool for your studies at CENTRO.

    Students in the Interior Architecture, Product Design and Textile and Fashion Design degree program must have computer equipment that meets the following requirements: a laptop with Windows 7, 2.26 ghz or greater Intel Core i 3 processor, 4 Gb RAM, LCD 15” Wide Screen WXGA color monitor (resolution 1280 x 800, 16 million colors), hard drive featuring at least 180 Gb, CD burner/DVD player (DVD/RW).

    Required software: Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Iwork).

    Students in the Visual Communications, Cinema and Television, Digital Media Design and Marketing and Advertising degree program must have computer equipment that meets the following minimum requirements: MacBook or preferably MacBook Pro, 2.4 ghz or greater Intel Core i 5 processor, 4 GB RAM memory, 180 Gb hard drive, SuperDrive DVD/RW, and a USB memory stick.

    Required software: Adobe Design Premium CS5 (including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Bridge, Stock Photos, Dreamweaver, Flash). Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Iwork) or Open Office (http://es.openoffice.org).