Ram Plan Co-curricular Experience

  • Ram Plan Co-curricular transcript
  • LDMC
  • Career fair

 

The Ram Plan Co-curricular Transcript captures your co-curricular experiences and what you've learned through them.  Pair this with your academic transcript and the leadership involvement highlighted on your resume, and you leave WCU with a variety of tools to assist you in expressing the value of your experience as a Golden Ram.

You can use your Ram Plan Co-curricular Transcript to help articulate your on-campus learning in interviews, cover letters, and conversations with others.


 

HOW DOES THE RAM PLAN CO-CURRICULAR EXPERIENCE WORK?

Watch this short video on the Ram Plan process.

The Ram Plan is comprised of a series of steps:

  • The Co-curricular Catalog allows you to explore programs related to your areas of interests and goals as a Golden Ram.
  •  You then can create an Education Plan of programs you'd like to engage in throughout your time at WCU, like planning your courses for your academic major.
  • You register and attend programs, complete an assessment/survey of the learning outcomes with a passing score, and then the program is listed on your official WCU Ram Plan Transcript.
  •  Now that you're ready to share your co-curricular transcript, remember to communicate the learning you've achieved and the skills you've exercised on your resume, and in an interview. For more information on this, including examples, visit the Career Development Center.

 

 


The Ram Plan Co-curricular Experience is divided into five focus areas: Career Readiness, Community Engagement, Health and Wellness, Involvement and Leadership, and Social Justice. Through these programs, students develop knowledge and skills in civic engagement, communication, critical thinking, integrative learning, intercultural fluency, personal development and problem solving.

Click the graphics below for more information on the Focus Areas and Learning Goals of the Ram Plan. 

Ram Plan focus areas: Career Readiness, Community Engagement, Health and Wellness, Involvement and Leadership, and Social Justice.

 

Ram Plan learning goals: civic engagement, communication, critical thinking, integrative learning, intercultural fluency, personal development and problem solving.

 

 



HOW DOES THE RAM PLAN CO-CURRICULAR EXPERIENCE WORK?

Watch this short video on the Ram Plan process 

laptop with Ram Plan logo what does cocurricular mean? Co-curricular programs are educational opportunities outside of the classroom that are intentionally designed to build students' skills & competencies that complete the educational mission of the university in fostering student success. I can with my Ram Plan

The Ram Plan is comprised of a series of steps:

  • The Co-curricular Catalog allows you to explore programs related to your areas of interests and goals as a Golden Ram.
  •  You then can create an Education Plan of programs you'd like to engage in throughout your time at WCU, like planning your courses for your academic major.
  • You register and attend programs, complete an assessment/survey of the learning outcomes with a passing score, and then the program is listed on your official WCU Ram Plan Transcript.

Now that you're ready to share your co-curricular transcript, remember to communicate the learning you've achieved and the skills you've exercised on your resume, and in an interview. For more information on this, including examples, visit the Career Development Center.


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