The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a program that records volunteer and extra-curricular activities during your time at UCalgary.
Showcase your extra-curricular involvement
Recording your extra-curricular experience now means having easy access to it when writing a résumé later. Log-in to the Involvement Portal and add your eligible non-academic achievements to the CCR today.
What is the Co-curricular Record?
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a program that records volunteer and extra-curricular activities during your time at UCalgary. Through the Involvement Portal, you can track eligible experiences and generate a formal record to share with employers. Coupled with your academic transcript, the CCR helps you tell the story of your university experience.
What do students need to know about the CCR?
All UCalgary students are eligible to participate in the Co-Curricular Record. Through this opt-in program, students can apply on an annual basis to have eligible experiences and positions appear on their CCR, and help them to track their extra-curricular development.
What do staff need to know about the CCR?
If you work for a department which offers meaningful student volunteer opportunities and would like to see those roles represented in the CCR database, please refer to the instructions listed at the Involvement Portal link below.
What are the benefits of using my CCR?
Using the CCR will help you to track identify your skills when building a competency-based résumé for roles that you apply to after your degree. Learn more about how the CCR benefits you in our FAQ.