June 2, 2023
Håfa Adai, Students,
I hope you and your families are safe and coping well following Typhoon Mawar.
As members of our island community, we may be resilient in the aftermath of a typhoon,
but for all of us, living without power or water or both can be difficult, on top of communication and
internet access challenges.
In survival mode, it is hard to think about going back to classes, and you may have
questions about whether our campus is ready for your return.
Please know that we are working to ensure we are ready to welcome you, and we are
here to answer any questions you may have about your education.
Cleanup and recovery on campus are ongoing, and preparations are underway to resume
admissions, advising, and financial aid services as soon as next week!
A temporary office for Student Services has been set up at the Jesus and Eugenia Leon
Guerrero School of Business and Public Administration Building, Room 112, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. beginning on Tuesday, June 6. A follow-up message will be sent to you with
more information about how you can register for classes for Fanuchånan 2023. You can
also contact Admissions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I also want to let you know that our mental health and wellness counselor is available
throughout the week for students who might need assistance or just want to talk. Please
send an email to email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
We'll be ready for you next week. But for now, please continue to share moments with
your friends and family and, if you're able, find a way to help out in your neighborhood
or community. One small gesture might be all that a friend or a neighbor needs to
keep on with post-typhoon recovery.
Stay strong, Tritons!
Anita Borja Enriquez, DBA
Senior Vice President and Provost