Research continues to confirm that students who become involved in experiences outside the classroom receive a deeper, richer, more satisfying, and more holistic learning experience than those students who are less involved.
Examples of such experiences include, but are not limited to, participation in: (a) living-learning communities, (b) student clubs and organizations, (c) volunteer work and service projects, and (d) workshops and training programs. Additionally, the transcript can be used to record formal student recognitions and awards, as well as other achievements.
IUP has created a co-curricular transcript, which allows individuals to track their experiences and accomplishments as a student. By comparison, an academic transcript is a very straightforward tabloid which contains the results of academic coursework. However, the co-curricular transcript is a tabloid of experiences and achievements that complements the academic record and helps capture a student’s full IUP experience.
The co-curricular transcript application can be accessed using the following steps:
Once in the application, you have the ability to add a co-curricular activity, update/review/remove an activity, or generate an unofficial Co-Curricular Transcript. To add an item, enter the following:
The types (categories) of experiences and some examples are as follows: (Note that the examples indicated below are not an exhaustive list, but illustrate some of the types of experiences that can be included.)
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