Vaccination rate among faculty and tertiary students get a boost ahead of 2022 – CHED

Vaccination rate among higher education institution (HEI) personnel and tertiary students continue to scale up as the country welcomes a new year. As of December 29, reports from HEIs all over the country show that 87.1% of HEI faculty and employees have been vaccinated. This is a significant increase from the 72% vaccination rate at continue reading : Vaccination rate among faculty and tertiary students get a boost ahead of 2022 – CHED

CHED lauds appointment of CSU representative to receive its reimbursement of fees under UAQTE

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) commends the Board of Regents of Cagayan State University (CSU) for its timely passage of a Board Resolution appointing Dr. Mariden Cauilan as the duly designated representative of the CSU in signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) in continue reading : CHED lauds appointment of CSU representative to receive its reimbursement of fees under UAQTE

Vaccination rate increasing, HEIs need final push on 3-day Vaccination Drive – CHED

“The vaccination rates for faculty, staff, and students continue to increase but we need to push harder during the three-day vaccination drive to facilitate limited face-to-face classes.” This is the statement issued by Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairman Popoy de Vera as he continued with his “Padyak Para sa Flexible Learning: Sama-samang Vaccination Program” continue reading : Vaccination rate increasing, HEIs need final push on 3-day Vaccination Drive – CHED

Medical, nursing students can now be vaccinators – CHED

Post-graduate/undergraduate interns, clinical clerks, and fourth-year medicine and nursing students can now become vaccinators and participate in the National COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment and Vaccination Program. This is after the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Department of Health (DOH) released Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 2021-003 entitled, “Interim Guidelines on the Voluntary Participation of continue reading : Medical, nursing students can now be vaccinators – CHED

Statement of CHED on the statement of UP Diliman officials on SUCs taking out CTG materials from their library

The decision to remove books and other reading materials from a university library is done by individual higher education institutions (HEIs) in the exercise of academic freedom. There are reasons why some HEIs have decided to remove materials donated by government-declared Communist-Terrorist Groups (CTGs) in their libraries. School authorities in these HEIs are in the continue reading : Statement of CHED on the statement of UP Diliman officials on SUCs taking out CTG materials from their library