Your student experience starts here. Build your co-curricular record with us.
The Co-Curricular Record is an official institutional document that recognizes your involvement outside the classroom as a significant part of your U of T experience.
Here's how it works:
- SEARCH the CCR database for involvement opportunities that coincide with your interests and goals
- ADD those opportunities and the competencies/skills you’ve gained to your personal record
- PRINT an official copy of your CCR for your records or to add to your portfolio
Choose from the many opportunities listed below and begin building your co-curricular record today!
Make the most of your first year! Connect with an upper year mentor and engage in free workshops and student life events!
Build a better self-understanding and explore how your post-secondary experience will fit in with your future goals.
Put your campus group on the CCR and promote your organization through the CCR Online Directory.
Choose a long term volunteer opportunity where you can make meaningful change in East Scarborough.
Community Day Events are one-day community based activities where students volunteer in various East Scarborough community organizations to make an impact in their communities.
Sign up for a short term volunteer opportunity that runs annually during the University of Toronto Scarborough's Reading Week.
Study abroad and immerse yourself in different cultures while simultaneously earning academic credits.