Various offices at the University of the Philippines Diliman have responded to Memorandum No. FRN-21-174 that the UP Diliman Office of the Chancellor has released last December 31, 2021, by implementing work-from-home (WFH) measures.

These are to ensure the safety of UP Diliman’s workplace and as a precaution against the surge in COVID-19 cases.

The UP Diliman Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (OVSCA) declared that their services would be done remotely from January 3 to January 7.

The advisory posted on their Facebook page said that documents left at the OVCSA dropboxes will be processed once physical office operations resume. It also states that for urgent concerns, individuals can get in touch with the office through e-mail. In line with this, they stated that attached documents must bear their respective DRS number for easier tracking.

The Office of the University Registrar (OUR) announced on the UP Diliman University Freshie Council page that their office would be implementing a WFH setup, also from January 3-5. They will continue their operation with 30 percent on-site physical reporting this January 6.

OUR specific concerns can instead be posted on their Facebook page.

UP Asian Institute of Tourism has also posted its COVID-19 advisory on its official website, saying they can be reached through e-mail, direct message on its website or their Facebook page.

The UPD College of Arts and Letters (CAL) College Secretary has also extended their work-from-home setup. As with the other offices, the CAL is directing all questions and concerns to their Facebook page.

Meanwhile, the UP Diliman Cash Office announced that their office is closed for disinfection and to give way to employees’ swab tests. All questions will be answered through their official e-mail and Facebook page.

The Diliman Accounting Office or UPDAO declared an “Emergency Suspension of Operations” effective tomorrow, January 5, 2022, on their official page. This is because of positive results of some personnel, scheduled swab tests of the remaining personnel, and office disinfection.

UPDAO requests for understanding as they have posted that their normal operations will resume after the safety measures of the University Health Service are completed and the results of the RT-PCR testing on their personnel are released. DZUP

By using this site, you are giving permission to store and access cookies, unique identifiers, personal data, and information on your browsing behavior on this device. Privacy information is available here, and terms are available here.