Vice-Chancellor and President of University of the South Pacific Professor Pal Ahluwalia has confirmed that discussions are underway on safely reopening the university’s gate for face-to-face classes.
USP has confirmed that they will officially start normal operations and classes from August 3rd.
The University of the South Pacific has set its dates to officially start the second semester of school now that government had eased public gathering restrictions.
Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Pal Ahluwalia has assured that the university will ensure that social distancing is maintained while face to face classes are conducted.
Online classes will also continue as the university is aware that some students may not be able to attend face to face classes.
Those students who did not pass their units are encouraged to continue classes as this will not be reflected in their transcripts.
Professor Ahluwalia is hopeful that government will further ease social gathering restrictions so that the university would be able to host it’s September graduation.
Meanwhile, USP is encouraging all it’s students to be fully prepared and take self precautionary measures once school formally starts on the 3rd of August.