URS Taytay Campus started its implementation of limited face-to-face classes for its third year and fourth year students last March 28.
In her FB post, Prof. Janice Hilao, URS Taytay campus director, expressed her gratitude for the support of the university administrators. “We would like to express our gratitude to our university administrators for their enthusiastic support in achieving this milestone, as well as to our campus teaching and non-teaching personnel for their assistance in all the preparations,” she said.
She also owed the Divine grace for the guidance their campus is receiving for the realization of these limited face-to-face classes. She added, “Most importantly, I want to express my gratitude to the Lord for providing wisdom, guidance, and protection that enabled all of this to happen.”
Ched will be regularly monitoring the strict implementation of the limited face-to-face classes on the said campus. The campus is offering courses on nursing and teacher education that require the students to do some laboratory activities or practical applications that are quite challenging for the asynchronous mode of learning.
Taytay campus is the first among the ten campuses of URS to implement the limited face-to-face classes.
It can be recalled that other university and colleges, both private and public, in the National Capital Region, have already started their limited face-to-face classes.