DESPITE the increase in student population, College of Nursing Dean Glenda Vargas assured that there will be no decline in the quality of UST Nursing students as the College has new facilities to accommodate them.

Vargas said the college has built a new skills laboratory composed of two new amphitheaters and nine new simulated clinical areas.

“There is no overcrowding in the college,” Vargas told the Varsitarian. “The College can adapt to the increasing demand for nurses.”

According to the Nursing Dean’s office, the College has increased its quota of freshmen from 10 to 11 sections in 2003. Joanarc T. Villaflor

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