Activities & Leadership
At Seattle Colleges, there are various opportunities to get involved outside the classroom to develop your leadership skills and meet other students with similar interests.
Seattle Colleges is well-known for its diversity and student involvement. With dozens of clubs and organizations on campus, and with topics ranging from culture and language to religion and politics, there's something for everyone.
The student government is a great way to get involved with campus issues and represent your fellow students. Those participating in student government help handle student grievances, approve funding for campus clubs and activities, and provide feedback to the college about student needs.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people with shared passions and get involved in local communities.
Student Development Transcript
The Student Development Transcript is an official record of student service and involvement at Seattle Colleges. Similar to a resume, it lists extracurricular activities you have participated in and can be used when applying for scholarships, university admissions, and employment.