Co-Curricular Transcript Guide
A co-curricular transcript is a record of a student's co-curricular and extra-curricular activities with some level of college verification. Having a transcript of your co-curricular activities will provide an easy way to track and communicate the good work you've done outside the classroom.
The Augustana Co-Curricular Transcript has five distinct sections:
Awards, honors and scholarships
Individual activities will be categorized under one of these sections. For example if you are the vice president of the Student Government Association, that will be recorded on your co-curricular transcript under campus leadership.
* Comunity Service and some aspects of college involvement will be self-reported by students.
How do I use a co-curricular transcript?
It depends where you are in your Augustana experience. You will use your co-curricular transcript in different ways as you progress from a first-year student through applying for your first job, an internship, graduate school, or wherever life takes you after Augustana.
In its most basic function, the co-curricular transcript is a tool to help you keep track of your campus involvement and community service. It's a showcase of your experiential learning outside of the credit-bearing curriculum. However, the co-curricular transcript is not intended to be a stand-alone document. The power of the co-curricular transcript comes from your reflection on the impact these experiences have on you, your skill set, and your learning.
For more information on how you can use your co-curricular transcript:
How do I access and/or modify my co-curricular transcript?
Students and alumni (starting with the graduating class of 2014) access their co-curricular transcript through ARCHES.