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Getting an Activity Included in the CCR Database

Are you running an activity (event, club, group, workshop, volunteer opportunity, etc.) and want to get it included in the Co-Curricular Record (CCR) database so students can get CCR recognition for participating? Here’s how you can determine if your activity is eligible and if so, how to get it in the database.

Why Should Your Group Seek CCR Inclusion?

  • It gives the members an official means of being recognized for their leadership contributions at Laurier.
  • It increases each member’s dedication to the group as they will want the best learning experience possible.
  • It supports the learning that each member does as part of their participation.
  • It contributes to an enhanced culture of student involvement.

Co-Curricular Record Websites

Waterloo Campus Brantford Campus

Criteria for Recognition on the Co-Curricular Record

Activities must meet all four of the criteria below to be eligible for CCR recognition.

How to Get an Activity Included in the Co-Curricular Record Database

Assuming your activity meets the criteria for CCR inclusion, there are three simple steps to getting it added to the CCR database.

  1. Complete the Activity Recognition Application Form.
  2. The Centre for Student Life and Engagement reviews application to ensure meaningful and purposeful programming.
  3. Activity is added to database and remains online provided that all validation timelines are met and learning outcomes are achieved.


September to February

  • Co-Curricular Record administrators connect with every student, faculty or staff member who validates each activity listed on the Co-Curricular Record.
  • Using the application for recognition, validators identify the learning outcomes anticipated for their programming by selecting learning achievements for each activity.
  • Because the anticipated learning outcomes for the vice-president of the Marketing Club could differ from anticipated learning outcomes for the secretary of the Marketing Club, validators will need to review each position independently.

January to March

  • Students must log in and add positions to the CCR website by March 31 of each year.


  • Requests for CCR recognition are forwarded to the validator for approval.

May to August

  • Staff and students will review the information collected regarding both the anticipated and actual learning outcomes
  • The information collected will be used for the upcoming academic year to support validators in using learning outcomes to guide programming, training and to maximize learning for all involved students.

Contact Us:

Waterloo Campus

T: 519.884.0710 x4204
Office Location: Career Centre. 192 King Street North, Waterloo

Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Brantford Campus

T: 519.884.0710 x4204
Office Location: Career Centre. SCJ 112 - SC Johnson Building, 1st Floor (38 Market Street), Brantford

Office Hours:

Tuesdays 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.