PLM looks forward to having more students in the classroom
The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila will officially begin its first semester today, and it is looking forward to more students attending in-person classes after more than two years of distance learning.
PLM president Emmanuel Leyco welcomed students back to campus and said he was excited to usher in this new era of learning.
“May our students enjoy their time in and out of the classroom, make good memories and pick up lessons that will guide them for life,” Leyco said.
The PLM is holding more classes on campus for the 2022-2023 school year, but it will still continue to have blended or flexible leaning approaches.
General education and graduate courses will be held purely online, while laboratory classes may be conducted through blended mode or face-to-face.
All other courses may be delivered via blended learning, while major examinations will be done face-to-face.
The PLM reminded students reporting to campus to bring their printed Student Enrollment Record or valid ID, wear masks, observe minimum health protocols, and accomplish health declaration forms.