Following the non-working holiday on May 9, PLM will observe an academic break from May 10-11, 2022 to afford students a respite from their academic tasks and to give time for those who are returning from their provinces where they cast their votes to come back to Metro Manila.
All synchronous and asynchronous classes in the undergraduate programs are suspended. Submissions of academic requirements and examinations shall be rescheduled.
Classes in the graduate, post-graduate, and professional schools shall proceed as scheduled subject to other alternative arrangements as may be agreed by the students and faculty, and approved by the respective College Deans.
Further, onsite work are suspended on May 10. However, in the exigency of service everyone is enjoined to make themselves available online and if necessary, to report physically as may be required by their respective offices.
“May everyone have a restful weekend ahead. On May 9, let us cast our votes for the candidate that we think can best lead us out of the pandemic and full economic recovery and better health,” President Emmanuel Leyco said.