3,000 MCC students declared ‘passed’

MABALACAT CITY — The Mabalacat City College has passed 3,000 graduating and non-graduating students, officially closing the 2nd semester on May 4, 2020. 

In a memorandum, the MCC announced that the school promoted the students en masse, in light of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) which hampered the students’ schooling.

With the approval of the MCC’s Board of Trustees guided by the Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) COVID Advisory, the memorandum stated that effective May 4, 2020 the 2nd semester for Academic Year 2019-2020 is declared closed. 

All graduating students will be conferred Graduates upon completion of minimum requirements to be submitted on August 30, 2020.

The guidelines also said that all non-graduating students shall receive passing marks, except for those who dropped or failed before the March 14 suspension of classes due to the ECQ.

According to MCC Chief Administrative Officer Michelle Aguilar-Ong, all missed learnings from the previous semester will be given on the 1st month upon the resumption of classes slated on August 24, 2020. 

“At the end of the 30-day flexible learning, students will have their examination to determine their grades. No failing grade will be given but a bridging program will be offered to students with low scores,” Ong stressed.

She added that students who wish to apply a leave of absence next semester, which is on August, will be marked “DUE TO COVID-19” in their transcript of records (TOR).

City Mayor Crisostomo Garbo, also the MCC OIC- President, in his sem-ender letter, thanked the students for actively participating in this decision-making which was appreciatively approved by the Board of Trustees. 

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