(- BukSU Community Advisory – 20 March 2020 -)
MALAYBALAY CITY (OP-IPS) The Office of Student Services (OSS) of Bukidnon State University is tracing if there are BukSU students in Malaybalay City who cannot go home due to transportation constraints following the implementation of community quarantine in Bukidnon and neighboring areas.
In a post on its Buksu-OSS Facebook account, Dr. Lalevie C. Lubos, BukSU Dean of Students, announced that affected students are advised to provide the office their name and number so that they can be contacted. The details may be sent ASAP as private message through the Buksu-OSS FB account or to the BukSU COVID 19 Task Force Secretariat via email to: and Hotline: 09564074455. (OP-Information and Publication Service/BukSU)
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