CCR recognition is now managed through the new UMCommunityLink Portal. The new portal creates an official Co-Curricular Record that exists off the transcript. The new official document provides greater detail about your activities, and follows best practices set out by North American institutions. More information about the portal will be released shortly. Several announcements and training sessions have been provided to facilitators of currently approved co-curricular activities.
For CCR Activity Facilitators: Manual for providing CCR recognition.
For Students: Guide to Login, navigate portal, and access your co-curricular record.
For more information or to arrange a training session for CommunityLink, please contact David Grad. (204-474-6637)
To receive CCR notations on your transcript following the old system, please contact Dave Grad for more information.
The deadline to apply to be an officially recognized CCR activity was December 1, 2012. The CCR Committee will be meeting during December and updating applicants about their status on the CCR by the new year.
If you missed the deadline, another opportunity will be approaching. Please contact Dave Grad for more information.
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a formalized, university-certified record of U of M approved and facilitated activities that support student development in venues that are not for academic credit. The CCR will be received by students alongside the academic transcript, as a clear statement of involvement in activities that support holistic student development.
Based on a series of guidelines, students' contributions which are not for academic credit will be recognized in the areas of governance, leadership, service learning, awards and volunteerism/participation in addition to their academic record. More than simply being about the recognition of contributions, the project aims to identify opportunities throughout the campus for students to participate in a way that interests them, at a department, faculty or university-wide level.
U of M activities and co-curricular programs will not automatically appear on the CCR. Program supervisors will need to apply for their programs to be recognized on the CCR. All applications will be reviewed by the Co-Curricular Review Committee for approval.
Programs applying to the CCR must be under the direction of a University of Manitoba Faculty, Department, Administrative unit, the University of Manitoba Students' Union or the Graduate Students' Association.
Please review the U of M CCR Senate Policy for information on the Co-Curricular Record, the category criteria, and the approval process for recognition on the CCR.
Programs can apply for recognition under ONE of the following five categories:
To apply to have a program approved for recognition on the CCR, please submit the appropriate CCR application form by December 1, 2012 to:
225 University Centre, University of Manitoba
Have questions about the Co-Curricular Record?
Check out our frequently asked questions section for answers.