The co-curricular transcript (CCT) is official documentation of your involvement in campus activities at Keuka. It’s useful because it helps you realize what skills they’re picking up outside the classroom and how they can be incorporated into résumés, cover letters, and interviews.
Other areas of involvement that show on your CCT include: athletic teams; academic tutoring; leadership and student governance; select work-study positions; honors, awards, and honor society memberships; chorale, drama club, yearbook, etc.; resident assistant or mentor; and much more.
“I think the co-curricular transcript gives Keuka students an extra edge over others when applying for different jobs or graduate schools.
By listing all of the activities that I have been involved with on the transcript it helps give prospective employers/Field Period supervisors a good idea of how active I am on campus – including things that may not fit on my résumé.”
– Laura Williams ’09
What you need to do is get involved on campus and stay involved—it’s that easy.
Your adviser, coach, or chair will fill out the verification paperwork and send it along to the Center for Experiential Learning.