The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official document that recognizes your accomplishments and the experiential learning that occurs outside of the classroom including campus life, community engagement, volunteer and service leadership.
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)
- Intramural Sports Team
- Student Club or Association
- Varsity Sports Team
- Art/Drama/Music (not for credit)
- AURA Radio
- Exchange Program
- Orientation Volunteer
- 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.