Co-Curricular Record

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The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) at the University of Toronto is designed to help students find opportunities beyond the classroom and have their skills and experiences captured on an official university document. 

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) can help you:

  • Find out how to get involved on campus, and follow your progress.
  • Connect your involvement with your career prospects.
  • Build your resume.
  • Build your network.
  • Be more successful in your studies.
  • Get recognized.


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Access the CCR here (Link)   Frequently Asked Questions (Link)   CCR Training (Link)   

CCR recognition for student groups (link)   UTM local evaluation committee (link)    Learning competencies (link)  

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Student Engagement Funding & Reimbursements

UTM Co-Curricular Participation Reimbursement

(Centre for Student Engagement)

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Would you like to participate in campus programming but are unable to because of financial barriers? You may be eligible for a reimbursement to help with your needs. Learn more about the UTM Co-Curricular Participation Reimbursement process.

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Explore the CCR

Make friends, build skills, explore your passions and find balance. Meet UofT students and alumni who got involved in extra-curricular opportunities on campus. Click on the icons to view their stories!

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Randall's Story. Ranziba's Story. Hossai's Story. Trevor's Story.

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For all questions and feedback regarding the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), please contact:

Laura Walkling
Student Engagement Coordinator, Leadership, Mentorship & the Co-Curricular Record

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