Co-curricular Record

Co-curricular record logoHart House has always believed that what you do outside the classroom is as important as what happens inside. With the introduction of the Co-curricular Record, it’s clear that U of T agrees!

 

Starting in September 2013, many activities that you pursue extra-curricularly can be recorded on your transcript. By officially recognizing your accomplishments, the Co-curricular Record (CCR) can help build your resume and provide well-deserved recognition for skills and experience gained outside of academic studies.

 

Open to all undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Toronto’s Mississauga, Scarborough and St. George campuses, the CCR recognizes a wide variety of activities. For more information and to view a full listing of opportunities eligible for the CCR, visit https://ccr.utoronto.ca.

 

Hart House Opportunities

 

The Hart House Vision of providing social, artistic, cultural and recreational experience is validated and supported by the Co-curricular Record. A limited number of activities are eligible for the CCR, but many more will be added, so check back often. You can even suggest an activity for inclusion when you sign up. Visit the Opportunities Directory and select Hart House to see which activities are eligible.