Coffee and cupcake welcome for returning students


Prof Lee (second from left), mascots Samson and Sophia and members of Sunway University Young Chefs Club with the welcome back treats.

FULLY vaccinated college students are returning to campus for physical classes after a long period of learning online.

Sunway University and Sunway College stated in a media statement that they were well prepared to welcome the students back.

To ensure the safety of both students and staff, it has undertaken internal safety measures.

Sunway University has also partnered with Nestle to provide a warm welcome to the returning student community.

Students were surprised with Nescafe, sponsored by Nestle, and a “welcome back” cupcake specially prepared by Sunway University Young Chefs Club headed by Prof Patrick Siau.

Prof Siau was the coach of the Malaysia Pastry Team that emerged champions at the World Pastry Cup challenge in 2019.

“I’m so surprised with the coffee and cupcake treats,” said Teh Kai Hoon, an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants student.

“We expect a queue at the entry point as students will have to adhere to the standard operating procedure, which includes filling up and submitting the Sunway Education Group (SEG) digital health declaration form, display their MySejahtera fully vaccinated status and get their temperature checked,” said SEG chief executive officer Prof Elizabeth Lee.

“As such, we hope the cups of coffee and cupcakes will ease the process,” she said.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 46
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Metro News

Disabled people, one accompanying person to get free RapidKL rides until Dec 12
Free screening tests for World Diabetes Awareness Month
It pays to manage time wisely
Help pours in for residents of two welfare homes
Salute for successful global meet
Enjoying hawker delights in peace
State’s reserves are RM1.82bil and not RM888mil, clarifies CM
Bittersweet milestone for struggling arts centre
Mind the slippery trails
98% of students took part in home-based teaching, learning

Others Also Read


Vouchers