The CCR is an official record of university-approved and facilitated activities that support student development in venues that are not for academic credit. Comparable to the academic transcript, the CCR is a clear statement of involvement in activities that support holistic student development.
The CCR recognizes ‘out-of-class’ activities for all students including student-life programs, leadership development, community service learning and other involved activities that contribute to your student experience. It is a great opportunity for students to track, record, and print a record of their affiliated volunteer and leadership involvement.
Not only will this document be complementary to an academic transcript, but to a resume as well. The transferable skills obtained from volunteering can contribute to increased employability skills. You can even include this document in a graduate school application to verify your involvement on campus.
There are many opportunities to earn co-curricular inclusion on campus. The list below highlights some but there are many, many more. For a complete list log onto the Student Portal and see if your activity is listed.
- Student Government (AUSU/SASA/AMSA)
- Intramural Sports Team
- Student Club or Association
- Varsity Sports Team
- Art/Drama/Music (not for credit)
- AURA Radio
- First Generation Leadership Retreats
- First Generation Mentor
- Exchange Program
- Orientation Volunteer (Frosh/Frost week)
- PACA – President Advisory Committee on Athletics
- Residence Advisor-Residence
- Residence Council
- ASAP – Algoma Student Ambassador Program
- WUSC Committee Member
- Food Bank Committee
- Competitions – not for credit (ACM, etc.)
To make a request for co-curricular inclusion or to get a copy of your CCR, please login to the Student Portal.
For more information, contact a member of the co-curricular committee at email@example.com.