SOUTHERN LUZON STATE U AWAITING CONFIRMATION TO HOLD F2F CLASSES
THE SOUTHERN Luzon State University is not likely to start holding face-to-face classes this month because it is still waiting for the final decision of its Crisis Management Committee.
The university admitted that ”there would be no certainty” that it will conduct physical classes by the end of the month.
The Commission on Higher Education earlier said that schools in areas under Alert Level 3 may start in-person sessions on January 31.
Schools that opt to hold in-person learning must have a high vaccination rate, retrofitted classrooms, and approval from the concerned local government unit.
However, SLSU said that consultations with concerned stakeholders have yet to be finalized.
“The university will release a memorandum regarding the opening of limited face-to-face classes once the CMC and other university officials discussed and consulted with the concerned stakeholders,” the university said.