ISABELA STATE U TO HOLD ‘FULL-BLOWN’ F2F CLASSES NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR
THE ISABELA State University will hold “full-blown” face-to-face classes for Academic Year 2022-2023.
ISU President Ric Aquino said during the opening of onsite student week in the Echague campus that the school is preparing for the physical classes.
Aquino added that the university has complied with the requirements of the Department of Health and the Commission on Higher Education.
He added that the renovation of facilities for the classes is still underway.
In-person sports activities will also be allowed in the campus.
CHED said that schools opting to hold in-person learning must have a high vaccination rate, retrofitted facilities and approval from the concerned government agencies.