/ 12 February 2022

THE FAR Eastern University on Friday released the guidelines for limited face-to-face classes in the second semester of Academic Year 2021-2022.

FEU’s Academic Affairs Office said that only fully vaccinated students will be allowed to enter the campus.

Learners who have Covid19-like symptoms are advised to stay at home and provide updates of their health status through the TamsGoApp.

“Students with no class and no confirmed appointment will not be allowed to enter the campus. In case students need to go to school, they have to set an appointment using the TamsGo App,” FEU-AAO said.

“If students have impediments, visit the verification window near Gate 4 for more information,” it added.

The school also said that students are only allowed one entry into the campus per day that’s why they were encouraged to bring their own food.

For contact tracing, learners need to tap their IDs on the Smart Contact Tracing system available at the entrance of every building.

The university earlier said that physical classes for third year to fifth year students of Art Appreciation and Readings in Philippine History courses will commence on February 14.

The Commission on Higher Education previously said that colleges and universities in areas under Alert Level 3 may hold limited F2F classes no earlier than January 31.

Universities and colleges in areas under Alert Level 2 may start onsite learning anytime.