As most of the goods in the UP dorms are still in the rooms, Osh advised skylights to write a letter of authorization for employees so they could put their belongings in warehouses. The Alliance of Dormitory Associations of the University of the Philippines-Los Basos (ADA-UPLB) thanks for medicine and others… Frontliner, donors and collaborators who have helped UPLB residents and students through these difficult times. You know that your service has helped relieve the situation of stranded dormitories and has improved their stay on campus despite this pandemic. Up residences then call for work protection in order to clarify things with the guidelines and to take into account the financial difficulties faced by the students. The UPLB sent a letter to occupational safety and health asking the Chancellor to grant the waiver of the residence and storage costs and the RHA, as well as the extension of the dormitories` stay. Last July 27, OSH announced via UPLB Alliance of Dormitory Associations (ADA), that dormers up should get their stuff before August 1st, or they would pay a monthly P200 storage fee during the Semestral and P300 monthly break at the beginning of the first week. The Residence Hall Agreement (RHA) signed by the UP Residence Agreements (RHA) stated that no affiliation could be left in the room or locker by students who leave during the semester and summer holidays. We would also like to thank the residents` association and the volunteers. Be aware that your efforts for the dormitory and your constituents are recognized and appreciated. “We sincerely do our best to gather all your concerns and challenge them to the administration,” upLB ADA assured UP scammers.
We are pleased to be available to UPLB`s stranded residences. Padayon! The skylights indicated that they would have difficulty travelling to retrieve their belongings due to lack of transportation and financial capacity. UPLB dormitories expressed frustration with the Office of Student Housing`s (OSH) confusing policies regarding the cost of storing items left in up-home residences due to the pandemic. “Ate sana po mapaabot po sa mga nasa office na hindi po lahat ay can mean traveling and recovering her belongings lalo na kung sobrang malalayo ang panggagalingan,” Faye Cahapay, a resident of the women`s residence, told her resident officer. Meanwhile, Shaira, an UP resident who did not want to be named, said that a one-time person could only stay in her dormitory for seven to nine people a week and stressed the impossibility of completing them earlier to be paid. “Since nakikisuyo lang naman sa mga natitirang dormers, wala naman kaming magagawa doon kasi sila`yung nahihirapan sa packing,” she added. For any request in the dormitory, you can now contact the Office of Student Housing – OVCSA. Some Dormer, however, did not resist the fact that other people packed their bags for personal reasons.