SARS COV-2 ( CoVID19 ) Pandemic April 22, 2020 Update

Funds Raised through Donations

Php. 79,100.00

(JRMSU community together with its Alumni pooled their resources to raise the amount for use in the Fablab initiatives such as fabrication of Personal Protective Equipment for frontline personnel and officials all over Zamboanga del Norte)

Partners and Donors

  • Office of the University President
  • Office of the Research Development and Extension
  • Office of the Academic Affairs and Graduate School
  • Department of Trade and Industry
  • College of Maritime Education
  • University Registrar’s Office
  • Quality Assurance Center
  • College of Education
  • Office of the I18N
  • University Library


PPEs Fabricated and Distributed

Protective Gowns: 111 pcs

( Alumni of JRMSU Main Campus thru the Office of the Alumni Affairs donated funds for the procurement of protective gown materials)

Automated Disinfection Mist Chamber: 1unit

( JRMSU Fabrication Laboratory conceived and constructed the first of its kind in Zamboanga del Norte. Funds utilized for procurement of materials are from faculty members of JRMSU Main Campus. The Mist chamber is currenty used by Dr.Jose Rizal Hospital, Dapitan City.)

Face Shields: 1,567 pcs

(JRMSU Fablab manufactured 42 pieces which are laser cut and 1,525 pcs are 3D printed. The Fablab used materials donated by DTI and generous individuals in the community)

Face Masks: 100 pcs

( The Dean of the College of Business and Accountancy turned over sewn face masks and were distributed to front liners)


Campus Disinfection

JRMSU General Services Team headed by the Campus Administrators and Chief Administrative officer conducted disinfection in the work areas of the skeletal workforce and surroundings of the campuses.

Admission Protocols

Disinfection mats are placed at the entrance gates for all employees who are on foot and are subjected to temperature scanning. While vehicles entering the university premises must go through wheels bath while the drivers and its passenger must step down from the vehicle and observe the same protocol as those employees on foot.

No one is allowed to enter the university premises and its offices without wearing face mask and or face protection at all times.

Non JRMSU employees are not allowed to enter the university premises unless for official business.

SARS COV-2 ( CoVID19 ) Pandemic April 22, 2020 Update