ADAMSON TO HOLD FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES
THE ADAMSON University will start holding limited face-to-face classes in the second week of March.
AdU said that its College of Engineering, Pharmacy, and Science will hold in-person learning from March to May.
Engineering classes will start on March 16, while the colleges of Pharmacy and Science will kick off classes on April 4 and 25, respectively.
Selected 3rd year and 4th year students will participate in physical classes.
“Preparations such as retrofitting of facilities, compliance with health and safety protocols, consultation with stakeholders, and coordination with the local government unit are currently underway,” AdU said on Facebook.
“Please be assured that stringent health and safety standards will be strictly observed while the students are within the school premises,” it added.
The Commission on Higher Education requires schools opting to hold limited classes to have a high vaccination rate, retrofitted facilities, and approval from the concerned government agencies.