Do you have your Co-Curricular Record? The Centre makes it possible for students who have completed approved volunteering hours to obtain a Co-Curricular Record (CCR).
This official University of Ottawa document records your volunteer activities carried out on campus and in the community. The CCR is more than just another document — it bolsters students’ resumés and academic records, and shows that students are more than just a diploma, but rather, the product of all of their experiences.
Watch a video to see how students value the CCR.
Why get a Co-Curricular Record (CCR)?
You are more than your diploma! Let your leadership and student volunteer experience on and off campus shine by applying for your personalized University of Ottawa CCR. Coordinated by the Michaëlle Jean Centre for Global and Community Engagement, the CCR can help you capture your leadership role within a student association or SFUO club, a Community Service Learning placement you completed as part of a course, or any extracurricular volunteer engagement with a local, national or international not-for-profit organization or initiative.
Record your hours to:
- Officially track your uOttawa student involvement on and off campus
- Highlight your leadership experience when applying for a new job
- Enhance your graduate school applications
- Strengthen your scholarship or bursary applications