BASILAN STATE COLLEGE TO RESUME F2F CLASSES
THE BASILAN State College has secured a Certificate of Authority from the Commission on Higher Education to conduct face-to-face classes.
The school on Friday showed pictures of its retrofitted facilities.
Nursing and Hospitality Management students will be the first to resume in-person learning.
The BSC said that it aims to vaccinate its students to prepare them for the return of physical classes by the second semester next year.
CHED requires schools to have high vaccination rates to be able to conduct in-person classes. Schools should also retrofit their facilities and secure the approval of local government units.
The Inter-Agency Task Force Against Covid19 allows schools under Alert Levels 1, 2, and 3 to hold face-to-face classes but only at 50 percent capacity.