Friday, January 28

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UST may apply for F2F classes before December

UST may apply for F2F classes before December

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by KRISTINE ERIKA L. AGUSTIN and MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM THE UNIVERSITY may apply for limited face-to-face classes for the rest of the degree programs before December once the proposals of the academic units are approved by the University Crisis Management Committee (UCMC), top administrators said. “As soon as the proposals of academic units are approved by the UCMC, the retrofitted facilities are ready for visit, and the documentary requirements have been completed by the academic units, we can submit their applications even before December as was relayed during the town hall meeting with CHED,” Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Cheryl Peralta and Secretary General Fr. Louie Coronel, O.P. said in a joint statement sent to The Flame. The government’s COVID-19 inter-agency task force
(UPDATED) Communication Arts, Journalism to be prioritized in face-to-face classes, says Artlets Dean

(UPDATED) Communication Arts, Journalism to be prioritized in face-to-face classes, says Artlets Dean

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by MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM and NILLICENT B. BAUTISTA (UPDATED AS OF 9:00 P.M.) COMMUNICATION AND Journalism programs would be prioritized once the government allows the resumption of face-to-face classes in the University, Faculty of Arts and Letters Dean Marilu Madrunio said. "If the government approves the resumption of face-to-face classes, our priority would be the Communication and Journalism programs since there are courses in higher years in those programs that require face-to-face interactions," Madrunio told The Flame. "Please note that our priority would be the higher years for Communication and Journalism only," she added. The Commission on Higher Education has allowed the resumption of limited in-person classes in areas under Alert Level 2, including Metro Manila,