The University produced twenty-one new Mechanical Engineers during the August 13-14 Board examinations. The new RMEs are: Glenn Ryan […]
The University of Negros Occidental -Recoletos College of Engineering produced ten new Electrical Engineers and six Master Electricians. The […]
Twenty-two university employees were cited during the Service Awards Night 2022 held at the Planta Centro Hotel and Residences last […]
The entire UNO-R community joined the whole Augustinian family in thanksgiving to God for St. Nicholas of Tolentino. UNO-R celebrates […]
Rev. Fr. Joel Alve, OAR was installed as the 18th UNO-Recoletos President by Rev. Fr. Bernard C. Amparado, OAR, […]
The University and UNOFELA signed the 2022-2027 Collective Bargaining Agreement last August 19, 2022, the feast of St. Ezekiel […]
The University and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the University signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to make […]
The University Religious and Lay administrators held its 1st RELAY conference at 10 am at the President’s Hall on […]
note: for Tertiary students
The transition into the new normal brings with it the approach of instructional modality that is resilient, flexible, and engaging in the role of promoting learning activities that are responsive to the needs of the students. The University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, with due coordination with the Commission on Higher Education and with due cognizance of the policies stipulated by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, has designed the guidelines that would be responsive to the alert level systems that are in place nationwide.
The following guidelines are designed to promote continuity in learning through approaches that would be sensitive to the alert level of the locality, which would then promote continuous learning initiatives that are optimized accordingly.