The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) inspection team headed by Dr. Biglete, CHEd Region IV Director, confirmed AUP’s readiness for limited Face-to-Face.
(F-2-F) classes after the visit on March 11. Limited F-2-F courses will open for the fourth year Nursing, Medical Technology, and Medicine programs. Other programs would follow once CHEd issues the guidelines. Commendations go to the Crisis Management Committee (CMC), composed of Natividad Estapon, Engr.Jessrel Lagariza, Oemer Daquila, Ronald Pesigan, Jennifer Catolico, Gladys Cadao, Dr. Jun Sta. Lucia, Alloysius Brown who represents the students; Amelina Fabroa, who serves as secretary; and Dr. Franciso Gayoba, who chairs the CMC. The administration would like to thank the following point persons of the three programs: Dr. Susy Jael, MC Mendoza, Ann Dorado, and Dr. Elmer Valenzona for their active involvement; as well as the diligent personnel in the service departments, namely Maintenance, Purchasing, and Health Service, Cafeteria, Library, Store, Student Residences, Administrative, Registrar and Admission, Finance, and Advancement offices.
Health and Safety Protocols Continue
Ms. Natividad Estapon, AUP’s Health and Safety Officer, supervises the implementation of the new campus health and safety protocols. In accordance, the administration reminds everyone to cooperate with the PSD, especially at the Main Gate, with the Health Service, and in the weekly renewal of Passes. The CHEd Director recommends a “deeper level of inspection since AUP is a boarding school, so the resident students must be protected,” she said.