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The First Year Formation Program (FFP) is a formation curriculum committed to the Jesuit Education’s thrust of “forming men and women for others.” Through FFP, the first year students and transferees are introduced and emerged to the formation process; oriented to the mission statement of XU; trained to become persons with competence in their fields and who exercise conscience; and committed to the service of God, others, and society.

Started in 1989, FFP was created in order to bring student formation inside the classroom. It is a 3-unit course composed of modules, formation group activities, and outreach programs, fully participated by students and formators and is put into practice in consonance with the hallmark of Jesuit education which is to form “Men and Women for Others.”