/ 7 April 2022

THE ADAMSON University will implement “PhysiFlex,” a learning setup to help students adjust to the new normal.

The school said that starting Academic Year 2022-2023, it will follow hybrid learning but with more face-to-face interactions.

“It is a modified approach to flexible education utilizing face-to-face discussion as to its primary learning modality with a combination of online and offline learning,” Adamson Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Catherine Castañeda said in a statement.

“The guidelines of this learning modality will be released soon,” she added.

AU started its face-to-face classes in March. The primary batch of students who participated in physical learning is from the colleges of Engineering, Pharmacy, and Science.

The Commission on Higher Education requires schools opting to hold in-person learning to have a high vaccination rate, retrofitted classrooms and approval from the concerned government agencies.