UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE STARTS TWO-WEEK DRY RUN OF F2F CLASSES
THE UNIVERSITY of Antique started a two-week simulation of limited face-to-face classes after two years of distance learning because of the pandemic.
“The students were all excited to finally have their face-to-face classes because of their limitations encountered such as connectivity and attendance issues during the previous years,” UA President Dr. Pablo Crespo Jr. said.
Students from the College of Business and Accountancy and College of Marine Studies will have their in-person classes every Monday and Tuesday.
On the other hand, learners from the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Engineering and Architecture will attend physical classes on Thursdays and Fridays.
Crespo said that the university will implement “work from home” for students and teachers every Friday.
The Laboratory High School, College of Computer Studies, College of Teacher Education and College of Technology will start their in-person classes dry-run next week, he added.
Dr. Jelyn Alentajan, UA vice president for Academic Affairs, encouraged students and teachers to adopt the Learning Management System which is a combination of onsite and online learning.
“We hope that these two-week limited face-to-face classes will continue,” Alentajan said.