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Co-Curricular Record

Co-Curricular Record

Build your personal portfolio

Record your skills and experiences with a Co-Curricular Record

The CCR is a tool for you to use to record all UFV experiences you deem valuable to your personal, academic, and/or career growth. The CCR can help you to remember and record your engagement, participation, skill development, learning outcomes, and achievements during your time at UFV, and can help you with writing your resume, portfolios, grad school applications, etc. Access your Co-Curricular Record through myCampusLife. Log in using your myUFV ID number and password. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a tool for you to use to record all experiences you deem valuable to your personal, academic, and/or career growth. Your CCR is where you can record your participation, skill development, learning outcomes, and achievements throughout your time at the University of the Fraser Valley.


A CCR can help you to remember the experience, knowledge, and skills you have gained. Having a record of this can help you when you are writing your resume, by highlighting your transferrable or direct experience and skills. Similiarly, you can use your CCR to help you when you are applying for grad school, bursaries, or scholarships.


Any experience that you feel has been valuable to your personal, academic, and/or career growth. Think of your co-curricular record like a digital journal to record your experiences.


I love that UFV offers a Co-Curricular Record. I’m building my record so that I have a competitive edge when I apply for grad schools/employment after I graduate. I’ll have an official document that makes my application stand out from the rest. Getting recognized encourages me to get involved outside of class time. Meeting so many wonderful people and developing my skills while earning recognition is an added bonus.

  • – Raveena W.
  •    UFV Political Science student

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