Sunday, June 14, 2009

Opening of College Classes Will Push Through Nationwide on June 15 According to CHED

13 June 2009

The opening of college classes will definitely push through on June 15 nationwide according to CHED Chairman Emmanuel Angeles. This is in spite of the rapidly increasing number of confirmed H1N1 cases in the country and the raising by the WHO of the H1N1 alert to global pandemic (alert level 6).

The exceptions to the June 15 college class opening, as noted by Mariz Umali in her flash report are: UP Diliman and St. Paul's Manila on June 16, Far Eastern University (FEU) on June 17 and University of Asia and the Pacific on June 22.  

More on this story in this GMA 7 flash report by Mariz Umali courtesy of GMANews.tv:

14 June 2009

This is Mariz Umali's newer report courtesy of GMANews.tv.  Please note the inclusion of the College of St. Benilde among those colleges that will not open for classes on June 15; instead, St. Benilde will have classes starting June 18:


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