Ram Plan Co-curricular Experience
Capture what you learn outside of the classroom and set yourself apart from your peers. Create your story through your Ram Plan Co-curricular Transcript and utilize it when searching for jobs, internships, graduate school and more!
Build your experience in any of the five focus areas.
Career Readiness - Educational experiences that help students explore their identity and passions, cultivate long-term goals, and prepare for their future.
Community Engagement - Educational experiences that prepare students to become active, civically engaged members of the university and in local, national and global communities.
Health and Wellness - Educational opportunities for students to develop and advocate for emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, physical, sexual, spiritual, occupational, multicultural, and social health and wellbeing.
Involvement and Leadership - Educational experiences that integrate students into the university community and prepare them to lead.
Social Justice - Educational experiences that engage students in addressing systems of oppression in the areas of equity, access, participation, and human rights.
Utilize the Ram Plan Goals to talk about what you learned.
Civic Engagement- Encompasses actions wherein individuals participate in activities of personal, political, and public concern that are both individually life enriching and socially beneficial to the community.
Communication- The exchange of information orally, non-verbally, and in writing, with individuals, groups, and external audiences using multiple modes, including technology and related applications.
Critical Thinking- A habit of mind characterized by the comprehensive exploration of issues, ideas, artifacts, and events before accepting or formulating an opinion or conclusion.
Integrative Learning- An understanding and disposition that a student builds across their personal, curricular, and co-curricular lives, from making simple connections among ideas and experiences to synthesizing and transferring learning to new and complex situations.
Intercultural Fluency- Valuing, respecting, and learning from people with diverse backgrounds (e.g., ability, age, culture, economic status, education level, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation). The individual demonstrates openness, inclusiveness, sensitivity, and the ability to interact respectfully with all people and understand individuals’ differences.
Personal Development- Includes both intra- and inter-personal elements. Intrapersonal development refers to an individual’s self-understanding and the extent to which they engage in selecting and living by their values and beliefs. Interpersonal development refers to an individual’s ability to build and maintain meaningful and healthy relationships, work collaboratively, and lead others
Problem Solving- The process of designing, evaluating, and implementing a strategy to answer a question or achieve a desired goal.