While students can learn a lot in lecture halls, an RMU education also includes learning and growing outside of the classroom. Those experiences often can be equally as important as time spent in class. That kind of engaged, experiential learning is documented and recognized at RMU with the Student Engagement Transcript.
The Student Engagement Transcript is an official university endorsement of leadership roles, community service hours, international study trips, internships, research projects, and more. It is supplied alongside the traditional academic transcript to prospective employers or graduate schools.
The Student Engagement Transcript documents engaged learning in six categories:
- Professional Experience
- Undergraduate Research
- Arts, Culture, and Creativity
- Global Experience
The Office of Engaged Learning and Community Involvement assists RMU students with planning their engaged learning experiences to make sure they provide maximum benefit, both for their time on campus and for their future career prospects.
For more information contact:
Office of Engaged Learning and Community Involvement
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