/ 11 October 2020

THE PARAÑAQUE City College has deferred once again its opening of classes to October 27, as it noted that it still needs time to prepare for the upcoming academic year.

“One of the major reasons in the postponement of the said opening of classes is the realization of the support to students, faculty, and employees which up to this time is still in process not mentioning other preparations that need to be undertaken,” PCC said on Facebook.

“To ensure the effectiveness of the facilitation of this new learning modality, this College will be rescheduling again the opening of classes from 5 October 2020 to 27 October 2020 (Tuesday),” the school added.

Classes in the college were initially set to start on September 14 but were later moved to October 5 after its Board of Trustees approved of a measure to conduct more preparations for its class opening.

Several students in the announcement’s comment section lauded the decision as they noted that they were also not ready to resume their education.