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Student Development Transcript
The Student Development Transcript (SDT) is an official record of your extracurricular involvement and accomplishments at Seattle Central that can be used to enhance applications for 4–year institutions, scholarships and employment. If you are involved in clubs, committees, Student Leadership boards or other learning experiences outside of the classroom, be sure to track your participation with an Activity Documentation Sheet each quarter. For more information, please visit the Student Leadership Office above the bookstore.
Drop–in training sessions every Thursday at 2 p.m. in MAC210 are open to all students. The sessions cover essential leadership topics such as communication, core values, team building and time management. For a current schedule, please visit the Student Leadership Office above the bookstore.
Wednesday Noon Lecture Series
Women’s Programs offer a Wednesday Noon Lecture Series each quarter that is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and the public. The series features lectures, films and interactive presentations on issues related to women, equity and diversity. Students also have the option to earn 2 credits by registering and successfully completing HDC 190: Women in Society (Course Item Number: 3975). For more information, contact Women’s Programs at 206.934.3854 or visit the office in room BE3215. Noon Lecture Series Schedule
"Student Leadership provided the skills and training necessary to allow me to develop as a leader and serve clients and community in such a way as to provide diligence, respect, and advocacy. Student Leadership is the foundation for student success. I am forever thankful for the experience gained while attending Seattle Central College, and it is this experience that allowed me to achieve my educational and professional goals."
Holly Sprague, J.D.
Trust Services Director, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
"Seattle Central has given me so much confidence and strength to believe that I can truly make a difference in the world—that I really do matter."