NU Baliwag, located at the Annex Building of SM City Baliwag, brings quality education closer to home.

National University brings quality education closer to home as it inaugurates its first campus in Central Luzon at SM City Baliwag in Bulacan.

NU Baliwag is the fourth campus to open as part of the university’s 10-year expansion program.

As shared by National University chairman Hans Sy, the NU expansion anchors on the mission of their late patriarch, Henry Sy Sr., which is to help Filipinos gain access to education.

Located at the annex building of SM City Baliwag, the 14,259.13 sqm campus could accommodate at least 6,000 students once face-to-face class resumes. NU Baliwag aims to provide National University’s high standards of educational services not just to students in the first-class urban municipality of Baliwag, but also in some parts of Bulacan and as far as Pampanga.

In the meantime, it adapts to the new normal by virtually opening its doors to students for online classes. last august, it introduced the Flexible learning Experience (NU FLEX), which focuses on blending remote asynchronous and synchronous learning, a mix of scheduled classes and recorded lectures that are accessible anytime and anywhere.

Gracing the inauguration were Baliwag Municipal Mayor Ferdinand Estrella together with the National University officials headed by the president Dr. Renato Carlos Ermita Jr. and vice president for administration Jose Nilo Ocampo, and SM Supermalls senior vice president for mall operations Bien Mateo.

NU Baliwag showcases the National University’s highly credible background as a provider of quality education in the country. apart from being a Microsoft showcase school, the campus takes pride in its state-of-the-art facilities including simulation rooms with up-to-date equipment for specific courses, and modern computer laboratories. The campus is equipped with competent faculty members from top-performing schools to ensure the highest quality classroom instruction.

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Source: Business Mirror