CSU ANDREWS: PHYSICAL CLASSES IN SECOND SEMESTER UNLIKELY
AN OFFICIAL of the Cagayan State University-Andrews Campus rejected the call for face-to-face classes during the second semester of this academic year citing permit concerns.
The CSU Communicator, the official student publication of the campus, reported that Campus Academic Coordinator Shelly Pascual expressed doubt that permits can be secured in a month.
Pascual explained that getting a permit is a “tedious” process and might take longer than a month.
She said that physical classes will likely return next school year.
Only the College of Allied Health and Services have prepared the necessary documents for the conduct of limited face-to-face classes.
The Commission on Higher Education said that schools hoping to conduct limited face-to-face classes should have a high vaccination rate, retrofitted facilities and approval from the concerned local government unit.
The Inter-Agency Task Force against Covid19 has permitted schools under Aert Levels 1, 2, and 3 to conduct in-person classes.