URACCAN Bluefields takes up classes and complies with security protocol
Students of URACCAN Bluefields, rejoining their academic activities.
Josselyn Flores

In URACCAN Bluefields venue, this Monday, April 20, face-to-face classes were resumed in all modalities, always applying the prevention measures established in the security protocol specific to this institution.

According to the teacher Diala López, vice-chancellor of this cede, the process of academic re-entry and the fulfillment of preventive measures, for the welfare of the university community, has been monitored.

"Students are motivated. We have been monitoring this follow-up to implement prevention measures, depending on ensuring the well-being of both students and staff in the campus. Today's attendance on Tuesday has been pretty good," she explained.

URACCAN's university community protects each other

Mr. Narda Wilson, coordinator of the Humanities area, reported that "the university is doing everything it can to safeguard the health of students. They have been put all over the enclosure sinks, liquid soaps; in the classrooms there has been dialogue with them in keeping the distance due; the boys came in with good motivation, they are present and working and happy to be back in class."

In this regard, Mr. Lyssette Newball, head of Student Welfare, assured that the university community holds each of the prevention measures accountable during this class period.

"We are taking all necessary precautions to be able to deal with any situation we face. That makes it look like we're all working hand in hand, putting each one on their side; similarly, students who are in their classes not wanting to lose their academic level; as a university we are protecting the important pillar, which are our students," Newball said.

Since Student Welfare he invited those university students who for fear have not attended the campus, to continue their educational process, because "at URACCAN we are united to protect each other".