Q. Who leads the College Hour Program?

A. The Office of Spiritual Formation (OSF) provides leadership for College Hour as part of its responsibility to help students grow in their faith. OSF staff are available to all members of the FPU community for prayer, counsel and conversation.

Q. How do I get credit for attending?

A. Students must arrive on time, stay for the entire event and bring their ID cards to be scanned in order to get credit.

Q. Who is required to attend College Hour?

A. All full-time traditional undergraduate students will be automatically registered each semester for College Hour. Part- time students may also register to receive credit.

Q. How many College Hour programs am I required to attend?

A. Students who attend 14 College Hour programs in a semester earn 1⁄2 unit of academic credit for that semester. Students who attend fewer than 14 programs will receive a grade of NC (no credit) on their transcripts. Important: The last day of classes is the last day to accumulate College Hour credits for any fall or spring semester (not the last day of final exams). Notice of the last day to fulfill requirements will be included in regular College Hour communications.

Q. How can I check how many College Hours I've attended?

A. Students may check their College Hour attendance through Campus Cruiser. Log on to your Campus Cruiser and look under the My Services tab for College Hour Attendance.

Q. Is it possible to make up College Hours?

A. Students can listen to up to four College Hours per semester (available online) and write a one-page report to help fulfill their requirements. Reports are due in the OSF by Friday of the last day of classes each semester.