* Please note, this is not your academic transcript. For information on your Academic Transcript, please click here.
The Life Skills Transcript is a student-initiated document listing out-of-class learning experiences that are verified by a supervisor or advisor. The resulting document is an official record of the co-curricular activities and accomplishments of our students.
Working closely with advisors, students can develop a greater sense of the opportunities for learning and development that are available in the co-curricular program. Advisors can also help students set goals that will lead to the acquisition of essential skills.
The experiences recorded on this transcript are chosen for personal and leadership development, rather than for course credit.
Benefits of the Life SkillsTranscript to Students
Participation in the Life Skills Transcript program will compliment a student's resume and academic transcript. This will enhance the student's applications for scholarships, employment or transfer to a four-year college.
Employers know that active students develop leadership skills, communication skills and management skills. The Life Skills Transcript gives credibility to these skills developed while participating in co-curricular experiences, just as an academic transcript does for classroom experiences. It is a method of encouraging the development of a well-rounded student, and provides a more complete view of a student's experiences and personal growth.
Forms (.pdf format)
To find out more about this program contact
the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development
R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center
Brighton Bldg 3-126
or call (585) 292-2534