Students often tell us that they’d like to get involved in non-academic activities or programs on campus, but don’t know how or where to get started. Why not let us help? The tools below are your first step toward finding meaningful ways to spend time outside of classroom.
The unexpected arrival of COVID-19 in Calgary means that students are spending a lot more time indoors, and while socializing online isn’t quite the same as IRL, be sure to check out our upcoming Unwind hangouts, leadership workshops and more! Stay tuned to the schedule on the LSE homepage, or learn more on the program page.
Involvement Advising supports and encourages students to choose meaningful involvement opportunities and intentionally achieve their goals through 1:1 meetings, customized strategies and follow-up. Visit the Involvement Advising page to learn more about this service.
The Involvement Portal is a catalogue of events, activities and programs available to students looking to get involved on campus outside of classes. Here, you can search for, enrol in, and in many cases, add to your Co-Curricular Record. Activities include Peer Helper positions, student club opportunities, faculty volunteering, and more!
The University of Calgary Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official document that recognizes volunteer and extra-curricular activities that you participated in on campus. When coupled with your academic transcript, the CCR will help you tell a story of your university experience.The CCR lives within the larger Involvement Portal database.