Mandaue City College exec says nursing program not a priority

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THE MANDAUE City College (MCC) will prioritize the enhancement of its facilities over other educational programs, said its officer-in-charge.

Dr. Lilibeth Mayol, the acting college administrator of MCC, told SunStar Cebu on Saturday, July 16, 2022, that they would devote more time to improving the college's facilities for the welfare of its students than offering additional courses.

When asked about the possibility that the MCC would soon open nursing course now that the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has lifted its moratorium on nursing programs, Mayol said that applying for additional programs is the school's least priority, adding that MCC does not have enough facilities yet to offer more courses.

She added that the decision needs a thorough discussion between the school administrators and board of trustees.

"There is still a lot to consider aside from the facilities. This needs thorough discussion not only from the within the people running the school, but we have to take that up with the board of trustees," said Mayol.

"At the moment, offering a nursing program is not our priority," she added. (HIC)

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