Service Transcript

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The Service Transcript Program provides a record of the service that Rockhurst students perform during their college careers. Service transcripts may come in handy when completing scholarship applications, graduate school applications or during internship or employment interviews.

To begin your service transcript:

1. Create your profile on Engage Rockhurst

2. Look for service opportunities

3. Submit your hours on Engage Rockhurst. Hours that are in response to a volunteer opportunity, will be approved by the organization who posted the opportunity. If you submit hours completed outside of Engage Rockhurst, you will need to include the complete contact information of the volunteer supervisor before the hours can be approved.


To download a copy of your Service Transcript on Engage Rockhurst

  1. Log in to your account
  2. From your Dashboard, click “Volunteer Resume” under your Hours by Interest. This will take you to your profile page.
  3. Click the blue “Volunteer Resume” button
  4. Select the date range you would like to see and click “GO”
  5. Your Volunteer Resume will download as a PDF Document

Requesting a Service Transcript

Service Transcripts started prior to fall 2019 can be requested online. Simply complete the form and the Center for Service Learning staff will prepare your transcript. We will contact you when your service transcript is ready.

Community Service

Voluntary community service may be a one-time, short-term project or a lengthy, on-going commitment by a group or an individual. Community service is not compensated monetarily (i.e. money, room, board, etc.) and benefits others. Examples of voluntary community service: tutoring a young student, working on a Habitat for Humanity house, Finucane Service Project, Safe Trick-or-Treat, coaching an athletic team, Scouting ecology badge workshop, participating in a blood drive, AIDS Walk, fundraising to donate to another organization, serving dinner at St. James Soup Kitchen.


Service-learning is a combination of community service and academic study. Through the assignment of a project that addresses community needs, students learn from community members and develop leadership skills while practicing theoretical knowledge gained in class. Service given as part of a service-learning course is recorded on the Service Transcript.

Student Activities Not Included

Not all student activities are service activities. Here are some examples of student activities and honors that are NOT included on a service transcript: singing or reading at Student Mass, orientation leader, Student Ambassador, fundraisers for student organizations, playing on a sports team, participating in a club or organization, resident assistant, Sentinel staff, yearbook staff, acting in a play, singing in a chorus, service required by Disciplinary Committee, work study, most clinical projects, paid internships. If you have questions, please contact the Center for Service Learning.