Western's Co-Curricular Record
Your Western experience is extraordinary.
You came to Western with specific goals in mind for your future, and these goals likely informed your choice of degree.
You also have unique and varied interests that will inform your decisions about your co-curricular involvements while you’re studying at Western.
You might be passionate about social justice, and decide to participate in a community service learning project. Maybe you are dedicated to healthy living, and want to join an intramural sports team.
Perhaps you’re looking to develop your leadership skills, and run for a University Students’ Council position. Whatever activities you pursue, they can help you develop and strengthen your skills and competencies – in communication, leadership, and social responsibility, among others.
While at Western, these skills and competencies will help you thrive in your academic studies as you connect classroom learning with real-world experiences. But, that’s not where it ends.
Your transcript only tells half the story.
In addition to supporting your academic success, your co-curricular activities can also help you thrive personally and professionally.
We know that engaged students are happier, more balanced, and build strong social connections. We also know that employers are looking to hire new graduates who are well-rounded, and have a variety of learning experiences – inside and outside the classroom. It will be your job to translate your experiences in a way that speaks powerfully to what employers want and need.
Western’s Co-Curricular Record can help you share your story.
Western’s Co-Curricular Record is a collaboration between Western University and its Affiliated Colleges – Brescia University College, King’s University College and Huron University College.
This program allows you to:
- Learn more about all of the out-of-classroom activities available at Western
- Reflect on, and identify key learning outcomes gained through your activities
- Prepare a personalized document of your key activities that is validated by staff and faculty members
- Adapt your record to specific audiences (e.g. job interview, graduate school application)
Get started now!
To access Western’s Co-Curricular Record, go to https://www.westerncareercentral.ca/myAccount/ccr/overview.htm
If you have any questions regarding the program, you can contact the WCCR Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to helping you make your student experience extraordinary!