The co-curricular record (CCR) is an official document that summarizes each student's participation in university-approved activities that aren't for academic credit.
Developing your co-curricular record
What is the CCR?
Like a transcript, but existing as a separate document, the CCR is a clear statement of a student's involvement in activities that support holistic development.There are over 100 university-approved programs that qualify for co-curricular recognition, divided into six areas of development:
Why develop your CCR?
- To build the skills and gain the experiences that employers look for when hiring new employees.
- Easier resume and interview prep from consulting your CCR, since it contains a detailed record of your experiences.
For more information on how to use your CCR when looking for a job, get in touch with UM Career Services.
Facilitating a CCR program
Register or renew a CCR program
The CCR application process is for activities that have not already been approved by the CCR Review Committee. Once approved, activities are recognized as official UM co-curricular activities for three years, at which point, they must be reviewed by the committee again.
The CCR application for the Summer application period is now closed. Submissions will resume in the Fall.
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CCR Application Submission Deadline: Applications Closed.
CCR Stamp of approval
The CCR stamp of approval is available to staff and students to be used on promotional pieces. The CCR stamp quickly tells students that the promoted activity is a recognized and approved CCR activity and that participation with the activity will be reflected on a student's official CCR.
Please note that the CCR stamp of approval must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Only permitted on promotional material of activities that have been approved by the CCR Review Committee
- Stamp should be no smaller than 1 inch in diameter (including white release)
- Stamp cannot be altered in any way aside from its size as outlined above (includes no overlay on the stamp)
- Stamp should not be rotated further than 75 degrees