Co-Curricular Record

Sheridan College's Co-Curricular Record Experience Program

Co-Curricular Record (CCR) experience programs provide students with diverse opportunities to engage in activities identified as fostering personal growth and professional development. CCR activities take place outside of academic studies and participation in a CCR activity is not documented on the student's academic transcript.

Activities listed in the CCR Opportunities Directory include student life programs, student leadership development programs, community engagement activities, athletics, research and project teams.

Once the student completes their participation in the CCR activity they must return to the CCR website through Access Sheridan and request to add the activity to their CCR record; a CCR record is an institutional document that formally recognizes the student's participation in a CCR activity.

What are the benefits of having a Co-Curricular Record?
• Provides employers with concrete evidence of the student's motivation to take responsibility for their learning and professional development
• Demonstrates the student's initiative to get involved and make a difference in their community
• Supports the student's credentials when applying for jobs, internships, scholarships, bursaries and awards
• Supports the student's application when pursuing further education

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