Classes suspended in metro, nearby provinces in Luzon
MANILA, Philippines— Heavy rains brought by combined effects of tropical depression Ferdie and southwest monsoon prompted cancellation of classes in several parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces in Luzon on Saturday, according to a report by Radyo Inquirer 990 AM. Here is the updated list:
Makati City—Primary, Secondary and Tertiary level
Cainta, Rizal—All classes
Marikina City — All classes as per Mayor Del de Guzman
Loyola Schools – from 10 am onwards
Arellano Univesity – All campuses in all levels
University of the East
Philippine Women’s Univesity
PUP—All Metro Manila Campuses, including graduate school, law school & open university
DLS-College of St. Benilde
DLSU-Plaridel—Classes and offices are suspended
DLSU – Taft, Makati, Ortigas
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
CAS & San Beda College of Law
Mapua Institute of Technology—Makati and Intramuros, all classes and offices
CEU—Manila & Makati campuses, 12nn onwards as per VP Ricardo de Leon
Philippine College of Criminology, Sta. Cruz manila
Namei Polytechnic Institute-Mandaluyong
Adamson University—classes & offices
St. Scholastica’s College
University of Asia and the Pacific are suspended beginning at 1030 a.m.; work at 11 a.m.
City of Malabon University & City of Malabon Polytechnic Institute
Miriam College HEU (starting 11am) and MAE (starting 12nn).
TUP Manila both graduate and undergraduate programs are suspended effective 10:00 AM
iACADEMY – All classes 12:00nn onwards
University of Asia and the Pacific
Rizal Technological University in Mandaluyong
Ateneo de Manila—graduate and undergraduate levels in Loyola Schools
UAAP afternoon games have been postponed to a still to be determined date, according to UAAP President Nilo Ocampo.
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