The Marketing Communications Office of DLSU-D is taking students back to the De La Salle University-Dasmariñas campus – at least virtually.
As the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research announced that classes for the first semester of SY 2021-2022 will be fully online in compliance with government directives on pandemic protocols, the MCO embarked on the project to cater to the requests of students who are missing the campus after more than a year of the new normal.
The MCO recently launched its DLSU-D campus tour project which will span several parts to cover the different areas of the 27-hectare campus. For its opening salvo, the DLSU-D Campus Tour oriented viewers on the safety protocols being implemented by the university during the pandemic.
The episode also highlighted major landmarks on campus such as the Rotonda, the East and West campus, as well as getting around campus via the Ikot La Salle E-Jeep.
According to MCO Director and DLSU-D Campus Tour host, the project will feature many more areas on campus in its future episodes.