College of Law > Academics > Centers, Institutes & Initiatives > Center for Public Interest Law > Pro Bono & Community Service Initiative > Report Hours
DePaul College of Law recognizes the intrinsic value of pro bono and community service work and is committed to shaping lawyers with a lifelong commitment to pro bono work and serving others. Thus, DePaul College of Law encourages all students to complete and report at least 50 hours of service during their time at DePaul. Students who meet this 50 hour aspirational goal qualify for a prestigious service award presented at a reception in the spring.
Students should report their service hours using PBCSI's electronic reporting system through Vincent. After logging onto Vincent, students should follow these instructions to report their hours.
Students may report their hours as often as they like, but all hours are due at the end of the semester in which they were completed. To review what hours count toward PBCSI's service awards, please review PBSCI's Reporting and Award Guidelines. Students should also refer to the Guidelines to learn more about PBCSI's various service awards and their requirements.