FHU Passage



FHU Passage focuses on student career exploration for first year students. Passage will help students answer three questions in their time at FHU: 

What Can I Do?

How Do I Grow?

Where Can I Go?

Students will spend their first two years working through various activities and assessments that provide real-world exposure to a career field of their interest. Students will evaluate their own strengths, anxieties, and confidences that positively inform decisions about their career goals. Students will learn how to set career goals and will outline activities that guide the pursuit and attainment of that goal.  

During this program, students will work with a Trail Guide, a FHU faculty or staff member, who will lead them through each activity and discuss what they have learned along the way. Students will also connect with alumni and friends of the university who will share advice and experience in various career fields.



If you have additional questions about Passage, please feel free to contact Mr. Jared Gott (Passage Director) or Mr. Jim Brown (Passage Coordinator). 

We look forward to developing future FHU professionals and working together to guide students through FHU Passage.


Jared Gott
Director of Emerging and Innovative Programs; Director of Passage

ARC 304

Jim Brown
Passage Coordinator

ARC 226