/ 29 October 2021

THE CAMARINES Sur Polytechnic Colleges will hold face-to-face classes for allied Health courses starting in the second semester.

The school has secured a certificate from the Commission on Higher Education Regional Office 5 after passing the requirements and meeting the standards.

Limited in-person classes will be allowed for nursing and midwifery students.

“The Certificate of Authority to Reopen Campus for the Conduct of Limited Face-to-Face Classes after CSPC met all the requirements stipulated in the CHED and Department of Health Joint Memorandum Circular,” CSPC said on its website.

“It also validates the College’s compliance to IATF policies, minimum public health standards of DOH, and health and safety protocols of the LGU,” it added.

All other degree programs and courses will be held under flexible learning.