/ 3 January 2021

THE PHILIPPINE Women’s University will continue delivering education through flexible learning until it deems safe to conduct face-to-face classes.

In a memorandum, PWU President Marco Alfredo Benitez said the university decided to continue online learning because it is the most practical step to facilitate student learning while the country battles the pandemic.

“The new year brings renewed hope and strength for the PWU community after a truly challenging 2020, and we reaffirm our commitment to delivering the PWU standard of education regardless of the situation,” Benitez said.

“Given that the next few months will still likely be spent under community quarantine as we wait the arrival of safe and effective vaccines, we ask everyone to continue to remain vigilant and observe the necessary health protocols to ensure the health and safety of the community,” he added.

Benitez reiterated that planning for safe and gradual resumption of face-to-face classes remains a priority.

He added that all PWU campuses, including the Jose Abad Santos Memorial School in Quezon City, will continue to have skeletal workforce as a precautionary measure against Covid19.

Meanwhile, Benitez reminded students who were not able to meet the December 29 enrollment deadline to contact the Finance Office at 8526-8421 local 152 or [email protected]