Workshops: Co-Curricular Record
About the CCR
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official record of university-approved and facilitated activities that support student development in venues that are not for academic credit. The CCR is a stand-alone document that exists separate from the Academic Transcript and provides a clear statement of involvement in activities that support holistic student development. The CCR is managed through the UMCommunityLINK portal, where you are able to view, download, print, and edit your official record.
You can print a free copy of your official Co-Curricular Record on security paper through Student Life. Your record can help inform your resume and cover letters, or help supplement applications for scholarships,bursaries, awards, graduate programs, post-graduate programs, and employment. The most important aspect of your co-curricular record is the experience you gained through participation in co-curricular activities. The CCR is a way to capture your learning and development and articulate your personal learning experience through the reflection portion that appears under the activity description.
How to Claim
Students who have attended at least six workshops from any of the six steps will have their workshops submitted to UMCommunityLINK in December and April of each year. Each student that qualifies will then be sent an email detailing the workshops they attended, notifying them that the workshops have been submitted to their CCR.
**Important: please ensure that you sign the attendance sheet at workshop start.
Please note that if you miss a workshop without adequate notice (up to 24 hours after workshop end) you will be required to attend an additional workshop to qualify for the CCR (e.g., if you attend five workshops and miss the sixth without notice, you will need to attend two additional workshops, in this example seven in total).
Your personal information is being collected under the authority of The University of Manitoba Act. It will be used to create your Co-Curricular Record and be stored on the UMCommunityLINK web portal. It will not be used or disclosed for other purposes, unless permitted by The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). If you have any questions about the collection of your personal information, contact the Access & Privacy Office (tel. 204-474-9462), 233 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2.
The University of Manitoba has taken steps to ensure that its agreement with Campus Labs is in compliance with The Freedom of Information and Protection and Privacy Act (FIPPA). Please be aware that Campus Labs may store data in any number of countries including the United States and therefore the data will be subject to the laws of the hosting country. This means that your personal information held in the system may be transmitted to and stored on servers outside of the University, Manitoba or Canada. The University of Manitoba cannot and does not guarantee protection against the possible disclosure of your data including, without limitation, against possible secret disclosures of data to a foreign authority in accordance with the laws of another jurisdiction.
If you cannot attend a workshop, you may log in prior to workshop start to decline your attendance. Alternately, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, workshop title, and reason for not attending.
For any questions regarding the CCR please contact Kevin Oliver at email@example.com.