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UST Legazpi employee discriminates pre-med student; suggests the latter to shift course due to hand deformity

  • Netizen shared the discrimination her brother experienced in UST Legazpi.
  • She said that the school should’ve told him to change his course even before paying for the fees and passing the entrance exam.

A netizen expressed her disappointment upon knowing that her sibling got discriminated in a university even after passing the entrance exam.

Facebook user named Aireen Oco Ervas shared the story of her brother who has a deformity in his left hand.

She said that even if he has a deformity, he can do things normally, is right-handed, and is even above average when it comes to his intelligence.

He passed the exam, however, when he went to the university to get the results and the employee saw the state of his hand, he was told to just pick another course, which sparked their anger.

Ervas added that the school should’ve informed them before her brother paid for the test fee and reservation fee.

She ended it with a call out to UST Legazpi for discriminating her brother.

Nakapasa sa entrance test sa UST LEGAZPI yung kapatid ko. Pre-med courses yung kinuha nya. Just a background info, may hand deformity sa left hand yung kapatid ko. Pero he is as able as any man without any deformities. Baka nga mas magaling pa sya lalo na kung utak ang pinaguusapan.

Anyway, right handed naman sya at kayang kaya naman magassist ng left hand nya kahit kulang sya ng daliri. Pero nung kinuha nya yung results sa school na yun, at nakita ng employee dun yung kamay nya, ininform sya na kumuha at pumili nalang daw ng ibang course.

WTF?!? Are you for real UST LEGASPI?!?

2018 na pero uso pa pla ang discrimination!!! Sana bago pinaentrance test yung kapatid ko, at nagbayad ng test fee at reservation fee sa school nio, e chineck nio na muna. Hindi yung after all the expenses was paid, tsaka kayo mangdidiscriminate!!!

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