ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RELEASE OF DOCUMENTS
WHO : ALL JURIS DOCTOR GRADUATES OF BATCH 2022
WHAT : RELEASE OF SCHOOL DOCUMENTS IN AUSL AND PICK-UP GUIDELINES
WHEN : DECEMBER 01, 2022
MORNING : For surnames Starting A-K (9am-12nn)
AFTERNOON : For surnames Starting L-Z (1pm-4pm)
WHERE : AUSL LAW LIBRARY
Juris Doctor (JD) graduates from batch 2022 may claim the following documents/items from the Office of the Registrar:
A. Bar Exams documentary requirements:
1. Transcript of Records (TOR);
2. Certified True Copy of prelaw TOR and/or law TOR;
3. Certificate of Completion; and
B. And/or other School Records/items for personal purposes:
1. Diploma with Transcript of Records and
2. Medals (for awardees).
While inside the AUSL campus, the JD graduates are expected to adhere to the following school-imposed Guidelines on the Scheduled Date for Releasing or Pick-up of documents:
1. All concerned JD 2022 graduates are particularly scheduled to claim their respective documents on:
|Surnames that Begin with Letters:
|A - K
||December 01, 2022 (Thursday)
||9am - 12nn|
|L - Z
||December 01, 2022 (Thursday)
||1pm - 4pm|
2. The entrance to the campus shall be the Taft Gate and the exit point shall be the Donada Gate.
3. As parking slots inside the school premises are limited, parking accommodations shall be on a first-come first-served basis.
4. Only the school record owner or his duly authorized representative (with SPA) shall be allowed entrance to the campus.
5. Kindly wear your face mask while inside the school premises.
6. Only 18 persons shall be allowed inside the library at any given time during the pick-up/releasing period.
For your compliance and guidance.
AUSL Office of the Registrar
SCHOOL OF LAW
From : AUSL MEDICAL CLINIC
To : ALL CONCERNED
Date : November 5, 2022
Subject : WEARING OF MASKS DURING THE ONSITE MID-TERM EXAMINATION
To All Concerned,
COVID-19 continues to be a threat, especially to those who are unvaccinated and with co-morbidities. Though fewer cases of COVID 19 have been reported and the disease may often be mild, rare and serious complications do occur even with initially mild infections. A well-fitting mask reduces the chance of contracting COVID-19 and its possible consequences, and likewise helps prevent spreading the infection to others.
It is therefore recommended that wearing of facemasks in indoor school facilities must be continued to decrease the risk of SARS COV transmission.
Caution dictates that need for universal indoor masking (unless contraindicated) by all students, staff, professors, and visitors of the university, regardless of vaccination status. Schools should provide safe and supportive learning environment for students. In light of the circulating SARS COV 2 variants of concern, layered prevention strategies in the form of universal masking, optimized ventilation, physical distancing to prevent crowding as well as hygiene and other measures to prevent transmission risks, will continue to be essential to prevent transmission in our university setting.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we all work together to overcome this pandemic and look forward to resuming our normal daily lives.
Atty. Judy Anne Yuki Yulo, MD
Medical Director, AUSL Clinic
Atty. Gabriel Dela Peņa
Executive Director, ALF
Dean Domingo Navarro
Vice Dean Erik Lazo
Vice Dean, AUSL
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