After two years, the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management conducted its limited face-to-face classes in the campus on April 19, 2022 amid the most lenient Alert Level 1 imposed by the country’s Inter-agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
This paved way for the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management, major in Culinary Entrepreneurship program to hold its laboratory courses such as “International Cuisine”, offered to third year students, as well as “Pastry Arts” and “Advanced Baking and Cake Decorating”, both offered to second year students.
Moreover, the courses held on-site were also split into A.M. and P.M. sessions.
CTHM joins the Faculty of Pharmacy, the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, the College of Nursing, and the College of Science, the academic units that previously received a green light from the University Crisis Management Committee to conduct limited face-to-face sessions for its selected programs.
For the safety of the Thomasian Community in the campus, the University continues to implement its “No Vax Card, No Entry”, facemask requirement, and physical distancing policies.
This is a part of the University’s initiative to slowly reopen its doors to students, educators, and workforce as the National Capital Region refreshed its current alert level status from April 16 to 30, 2022.
Photo credit: CTHM/Dean Assoc. Prof. Gezzez Giezi G. Granado, DCL