New WRP grading system to depend on ‘participation, effort’

FEU Advocate
June 20, 2024 20:57

By Mark Vincent A. Durano

Far Eastern University (FEU) Wellness and Recreation Program (WRP) altered its grading system to now consider a student’s participation and effort for the amount of credits they will receive during WRP sessions starting this midyear term.

The department emphasized that FEU students will not automatically obtain full 1.5 credit hours by just attending.

To secure full credits, WRP said that students must actively participate and demonstrate exceptional effort while showing enthusiasm, initiative, and hard work.

Meanwhile, students will only receive one credit hour if they engage regularly and put satisfactory effort in most activities.

Showing inconsistent participation and minimal effort will result in 0.5 credit hours.

Lastly, if a student seldom participates in the sessions, demonstrates disinterest, or possibly shows lack of motivation and effort, they will not gain any units. 

In a separate announcement, WRP postponed the schedule for the enrichment activities in place of the missed sessions during holidays which will not be automatically credited anymore.

Students may earn two credit hours in the Music Fest, Zumba Nation, and Dance Revolution to be held on July 8, 10, and 12, respectively.

(Photo by Apollo Arellano/FEU Advocate)