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Classes suspended in universities in Metro Manila, on June 24 due to Tropical Storm Falcon

By on Jun 24, 2011 in Announcement, Asia, Colleges, Education, Universities Comments

Manila, Philippines – Most colleges and universities in Metro Manila have their classes suspended on Friday, June 24, 2011 due to Tropical Storm “Falcon“.

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As noted at ABS-CBN this 10 a.m. (local time), Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) has suspended their classes in all levels as well as their office work on Friday, June 24.

This “classes suspension” announcement has been confirmed by ADMU on their official website, Twitter and Facebook accounts the same day, with their other activities such as PTC and Faculty Day also canceled.

On the other hand, local news sites also named other colleges and universities that declared their classes suspended on Friday, June 24, 2011 due to Tropical Storm “Falcon“, which are as follows:

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela

Don Bosco Technical College, Mandaluyong City (including office staff)

Dr. Carlos Lanting College, Sangandaan (Novaliches), Quezon City

Trinity University of Asia, Quezon City, (including office staff)

University of the Philippines-Diliman

Arellano University, Mandaluyong and Pasig

La Consolacion College-Pasig

Centro Escolar University-Makati

Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)

Manila Doctors College (now Tytana College)

UERM, Quezon City

St. Paul College, Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City

Earlier, the Department of Education (Deped) suspended all preschool, elementary, and high school levels in all private and public schools in Metro Manilla and nearby cities and provinces.

As of this writing, Metro Manila and other places are experiencing heavy rains and floods with a lot of commuters and motorists were been stranded on streets on Thursday night.

Nevertheless, the public is being advised to monitor the latest update of PAGASA and Deped as well as from other colleges and universities for their status of classes.

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