Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

 

Co-Curricular Record

 

What Is The Co-Curricular Record?

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official institutional document that recognizes student involvement outside the classroom as a significant part of students U of T experience. Student can search the CCR database for involvement opportunities that coincide with their interests and goals. The CCR connects the competencies students gained from these opportunities directly to skills that employers and graduate schools look for to help build their resumes and applications. Student can print an official copy of their CCR for their records.

 

How Will The CCR Benefit You?

There are many benefits from having a CCR. It is a great way of tracking your “out-of-class” accomplishments during your time at the University of Toronto that are not fully reflected on your academic transcript. This can give you an edge over other graduates and helps set you apart from the competition because it provides potential employers and graduate and/or professional schools with a university-recognized document of your involvement outside of the classroom.

 

Opportunities Within IPE

  • IPE Student Intern

  • IPHSA Committee Member

 

For more information, visit http://ccr.utoronto.ca or email questions to ccr@utoronto.ca.