MARIANO MARCOS STATE U PREPARES FOR F2F CLASSES
THE MARIANO Marcos State University continues to prepare for face-to-face classes.
On August 4, the heads of departments, program coordinators and other faculty members conducted a workshop on the newly developed MMSU Scheduling System.
The new system, which will be pilot-tested for the second semester, was also presented for comments and ideas.
The workshop is a key component in getting the faculty members ready for in-person classes this month.
It was spearheaded by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs through the Office of the University Registrar and the College of Arts and Sciences.
The university expects to enroll more than 15,000 students because of the introduction of two new degree programs — BS in Psychology and veterinary medicine, VPAA Prima Fe R. Franco said.