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Laurier Experience Record

The Laurier Experience Record is comprehensive record for students of your involvement in curricular and co-curricular experiential learning at Laurier. Add experiences, reflect on your learning, identify competencies you developed and prepare for your future.

The Laurier Experience Record includes:

  • Co-curricular Experiences - student clubs and associations, peer programs, student government, student volunteer opportunities
    • Add positions by April 18, 2018 (positions cannot be added retroactively)
  • Certificates/Programs - non-credit certificates and workshop series
    • If you have completed a certificate or workshop series, you will see these in Navigator by mid April, at which time you will be able to complete the reflection process.
  • Co-op Work Terms
  • Laurier Work-Study Program and International Student Work Experience Program positions

Please note: The Laurier Co-curricular Record has been moved into Navigator. You can view your former CCR including printing a PDF copy. The experiences on your former CCR can be included on your Laurier Experience Record after completing additional reflection.

Coming Soon to the Laurier Experience Record:

  • Curricular Experiential Learning - Community Service-Learning, field placements, workplace projects and experiences, lab experiences, creative performances, entrepreneurship, academic exchange and more
  • Off-campus Volunteer Experiences
  • On-Campus Student Employment

Why build your Laurier Experience Record?

Your Laurier Experience Record demonstrates that you have been engaged and involved as a Laurier student. It provides a validated record of your involvement and experiential learning opportunities. The Record will help you reflect on your experiences and identify skills you’ve developed that will be useful when applying for future on-campus opportunities, jobs after graduation, or graduate school. Laurier is the first institution in Canada to launch a comprehensive record that encompasses all of your experiential learning engagement.

What Qualifies for Experience Record Recognition?

You can add experiences to your record if they have been approved by Experiential Learning & Career Development. Qualifying experiences must meet all four of the following criteria:

  • Provides students with meaningful learning opportunities.
  • Meets validation process requirements.
  • Supports and fosters transformational experiences as opposed to transactional services.
  • Include appropriate preparation and reflection at the conclusion of the experience.

If you have any questions about the Laurier Experience Record, contact the Experience Record administrator.

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.