Student Labor Transcript
The Student Labor Transcript serves as a record of the student’s participation in the Student Labor Program during his/her period of enrollment and will provide a detailed accounting of all positions held, each department and supervisor name, the WLS levels attained, the assigned work hours per week, and the results of the departmental labor evaluation. In addition, the transcript will contain a record of all labor distinctions received such as awards, special trainings, and certifications. This information can be utilized by students in writing resumes and in future job searches by providing official documentation from Berea College that shows position performance and skill levels attained.
The transcript is official only when the embossed College seal and an authorized signature is affixed. The signature is in blue ink. Transcripts are printed on security paper and if photocopied, the legend COPY will appear in the background. Berea College cannot guarantee the authenticity of any transcripts not issued directly to the receiving party. In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, this transcript must not be released any third party without the written consent of the student.
A labor transcript can be requested through the student service center. Transcripts are issued free of charge to current and former students.
Former students may have holds prohibiting access to their labor records if they left Berea College with a student account balance or if their loans are not in good standing or if they failed to meet their labor hour requirement at the end of their final term. Please contact the appropriate department(s) to resolve any such holds.