/ 14 August 2021

LACK of manpower has hampered the enrollment process, the Central Luzon State University admitted.

The university said that the admissions office has only a few personnel physically reporting for work. Most of the staff are working from home.

“We are servicing at least 10,000 students with each RIC catering an average of 1,500 students, in addition to about 400 faculty from all colleges and academic units of the university,” Cesar Ortinero, dean of Admissions, said in a statement.

“We acknowledge that our services and procedures are not perfect, our personnel, despite their best effort, are still lacking and the office, in general, is far from what some students are expecting,” he added.

Ortinero gave assurances that the school is doing its best to attend to students’ concerns amid the difficulties brought by the pandemic.