Get Recognized on the CCR

UC San Diego has a new official record that you can print with your transcript that highlights your involvement on campus.

If you are involved in a co-curricular opportunity at UCSD that meets the criteria of the Co-Curricular Record, see how you can get recognized by searching for existing opportunities or working with a UC San Diego staff or faculty member to submit your position below:

The CCR will:

  • Identify the skills you've developed
  • Recognize your involvement on an official record printed with your academic transcript
  • Showcase your competencies to employers and graduate programs


What is required to be listed on the CCR?

In order to be approved for the Co-Curricular Record, the student opportunity must:

1. Have a clear connection to UC San Diego: The opportunity must have a clear connection to the university and be capable of being validated by a recognized UC San Diego faculty or staff member.

2. Develop the student's skills and competencies: The opportunity must enhance at least one of the twelve competencies and transferable skills identified by UC San Diego.

3. Provide 30-hours of active engagement through the academic year*: The opportunity must require at least 30 hours of active engagement and work within a single academic year. Positions or activities that are primarily symbolic, and do not require significant programming and duties, will not qualify to be listed.

*Minimum hourly exception granted for opportunities that fall under the "Professional / Career Development Category".

4. Not be linked to credit-bearing activities: All credit-bearing activities – coursework, academic internships, 199s, etc. – are recognized on a student’s academic transcript.  To avoid duplication, these will not be listed on the CCR. 

How do I search existing CCR Opportunities?

Over 400 student opportunities are CCR Approved! See the list of positions here

If you do not see your position or organization, see "How do I add my position to the CCR Database?"


My opportunity is listed in CCR, how do I add it to my record?

Once you have completed the requirements of your CCR Opportunity, you can request to be validated through the CCR database to add the opportunity to your transcript. Your UC San Diego staff or faculty advisor will need to make a final approval in the CCR database. 

  1. Log in to using your Student SSO Credentials
  1. Select “Co-Curricular Record” on the left menu bar

  2. Click “Add a position to My Record

  3. Search for your “Activity or Position Name” in the database and Year

    Note: Make sure you select the correct academic year/ time period (the year will be listed in the Activity or Position Name)

  4. Click “Add to record”
Your request will need to be approved by your UC San Diego staff or faculty validator in the CCR Database to be added to your transcript. Until they approve you in the database, the opportunity will be listed as “Pending.”


How do I add my position to the CCR Database?

In order to be recognized on the CCR, the opportunity must meet the eligibility criteria and a UC San Diego Staff or Faculty member must verify your involvement to officially validate you in the system.

Step 1. Review CCR Eligibility Criteria above to ensure it meets the minimum requirements to be listed on your transcript

Step 2. Identify a UC San Diego Staff or Faculty member who can verify your involvement and officially validate you in the system

Step 3. Your staff or faculty advisor/supervisor will need to complete the CCR Submission Form.

The CCR Evaluation Committee will review the opportunity to ensure it meets the eligibility criteria. If approved, your staff or faculty advisor/supervisor can validate you in the CCR database with your Student PID.

Can I add an activity from a few years ago to my CCR?

Since each opportunity requires validation at the time of its completion, it can be difficult to validate activities or accomplishments from previous years. The CCR program strives to be inclusive and fair to all students, therefore opportunities will not be added retroactively beyond a 1-year period.