Five days before the opening of classes, PHINMA Araullo University (PHINMA AU) on Wednesday paid a courtesy meeting to Cabanatuan City Mayor Myca Vergara—tackling plans and updates for the coming school year.
On a Zoom call, PHINMA AU Chief Operations Officer Martin Perez discussed the implementation of Flex and RAD (Remote & Distance) Learning—PHINMA AU’s learning modality options for students this year.
Continuing its mission to serve quality and accessible education, the university also assures that no face-to-face classes will be conducted when the school begins on August 24. Until it is not safe and allowed by the national government, Perez said all classes will be in full home-based learning.
Present at the meeting were Atty. Neil Edwin Perez from the city mayor’s office, together with PHINMA AU Operations Group: Errol Umerez, University Comptroller; April Paboreal, Marketing Manager; Jann Mark Estremera, South Branch Manager; Michael John Esteban, Center for Student Development & Leadership Director; Cristina Taguding, HR Manager; and Emily Garcia, University Registrar.
PHINMA AU’s walk-in and online enrollment are ongoing. The school offers Flexible and RAD Learning. (Read more about them here: https://bit.ly/34gQYYa or catch our live discussion here: http://bit.ly/2Ya1RHw)