Passport Co-Curricular Program
Your Ticket to A Well-Rounded Education
The Flagler Passport Co-Curricular Program requires all students to attend a variety of co-curricular events that best represent the literary, philosophical, visual, natural sciences, and performing arts traditions that are a hallmark of a well-rounded, cross-disciplinary, liberal education.
The Passport Co-Curricular program requires that students attend:
- Three events per semester during Freshman and Sophomore years (under 60-credit hours);
- Two events per semester during Junior and Senior years (over 60-credit hours).”
- Each academic year, one of these events must be diversity related.
A "diversity event" is one offering an experience that focuses on historically underrepresented populations. Events may fall under the umbrella of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Age, Religion, Disability, and Sexual Orientation. Therefore, for example, if you transfer 45 credits to Flagler, you would be required to earn 11 co-curricular credits, 3 of which would be Diversity credits, rather than the full 20.
How It Works
From theatre productions to exploring local natural springs, a variety of credited events are at your fingertips, it's just a download away. Go to the app store on your iPhone and search for "ORGSYNC" or visit The Hammock page for a list of co-curricular events.
When you attend credited events, sign-in to ensure that your attendance is correctly recorded.
Typical credited events include:
- Panel discussions
- Art exhibits
- Research presentations and readings
Track Your Credits
Students are responsible for tracking their own progress, via their Involvement record on The Hammock.