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Student Groups on the CCR

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The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is designed to help students search and track experiences beyond the classroom, link those experiences to skills, and have those opportunities recognized on an official institutional document.

Why put your campus group’s executive on the CCR?

The CCR will:

  • Help you advertise and promote your organization through the CCR Online Directory.
  • Help you and your organization identify the skills you’ve developed.
  • Recognize your involvement on an official university record. You can then bring that to interviews or use it on applications.
  • Assist in the transition between this year’s executives and next year’s.

So how do you get your group on the CCR?

Attend a Co-Curricular Record Information Session (Virtual for 2021).  Register via CLNx.

Before applying, please note:

  • All recognized positions can be posted on the CCR, with a maximum of 10 positions per campus group, per year.  This exclusion does not apply to Departmental Student Associations.

  • Campus Groups can only begin the process to be recognized on the CCR once they are a recognized club with Student Life

  • Campus Groups can only add additional positions to existing CCR Activities once their club has been renewed for another year.

  • The CCR cannot be applied retroactively to previous academic years.