What is the CCR?
McGill’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a document that recognizes a student's involvement in learning opportunities outside the classroom. Any student currently registered at McGill can sign in to myInvolvement with McGill credentials to view, customize, and print their CCR. The CCR can be a useful addition to your CV/resume or graduate/professional school applications. Use it to showcase your achievements!
The McGill CCR has five sections:
- Activity-Based Awards (select awards that are not recognized on the academic transcript)
- Campus and Community Engagement (volunteering, mentorship, tutoring, etc.)
- Enriched Educational Opportunities (non-credit, experiential opportunities approved by Faculties)
- Personal and Professional Development (workshops, research lectures, etc.)
- Student-Led Initiatives (student government positions, SSMU services, student-led workshops etc.)
Administrative units and recognized student organizations on campus may request to have their eligible opportunities recorded on the CCR.
For student participants to be recognized on the McGill CCR, opportunities:
- are overseen by McGill University staff, faculty, or student organizations.
- must have a learning component.
- are not a degree requirement or required as part of an academic course.
- are not recognized on the academic transcript.
- are unpaid or paid a stipend of less than $1000 per academic year. (An exception is made for Faculty-approved EEOs that receive payment or stipends.)
- meet a 4-hour minimum for volunteer positions/service opportunities. (There is not a minimum time requirement for workshops.)
The CCR program strives to be inclusive and fair to all students, therefore it will not be implemented retroactively.
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CCRs in Canada
McGill is one of over 80 Canadian universities and colleges that have launched or are developing co-curricular recognition programs, including our peer research-intensive universities in Québec and across the country. We are a member of the Co-Curricular Records Community of Practice at the Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS).