Briefing with sabatina students
Briefing with students of the Sabatino shift in Business Administration and Sociology with mention in Autonomy.
Neylin Calderon

Guidance on new schedules

"Using masks inside the campus is strictly enforced, because taking care of us is a shared responsibility," led Enrique Cordón, PhD, vice-chancellor of the Bilwi compound, at the end of the circle of briefings with the student community, which this time corresponded to the Sabatino shift, before which he unveiled the new schedule under the per-meeting modality, for students of Business Administration and Sociology , as well as the virtual classes to culminate with the first school semester 2020.

During the activity, the vice-chancellor read the official statement issued by the magnificent rector of URACCAN, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, where he explains that all races went into the modality by meeting. He also directed that they should not get carried away by the fake news and not fall into the panic that these provoke (fake news). Cordón urged the student to take all security measures oriented by the country's health authorities, the way they protect each other inside and outside the university.

While the MSc. Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the venue, clarified doubts regarding the new modality and informed the student community that, from last Saturday, May 23rd, students of the Business Administration career will perform in the day shift; for their part, those who pursue the degree of Sociology with mention in Autonomy will receive their classes in the afternoon.

At the end of this module, the Sabatino students of Sociology with mention in Autonomy will receive classes on: June 13, June 27 and July 4; while Business Administration will have to report to classrooms on June 20, July 4 and July 18, so that they successfully culminate in the first semester of this school year.