Using Your CCR

Students can include their CCR as a valuable addition to their resumes and academic portfolios. The CCR is used when applying/interviewing for: jobs, internships, scholarships, awards, continuing education, and further developmental experiences. View the Student Guide: Co-Curricular Record Program for detailed information on your CCR through Career360°.

To login and view your Co-Curricular Record: 

  1. Visit Career360°
  2. Login in under "Student" using your S# and password
  3. On the left navigation bar, select “Co-Curricular Record”

Essential items on using CCR within Career360°:

Printing: Once the Activity Validator has approved an activity request, students can print their CCR record from the Career360°  website.

  • Students can download their CCR record as a PDF document:
    1. Login to Career360°
    2. On the left navigation bar, select “Co-Curricular Record”
    3. Select the blue button “Print My Co-Curricular Record”; a student will be directed to name the file and save it to their computer
    4. Once the file has been saved, students can print as many copies of their CCR record as needed
    5. If students would like their CCR embossed and printed on paper**, please contact the CCR office at

Note: Alumni will not have access to the student view of Career360° and therefore will not have access to their profile.  They can request copies of their CCR record at any time by emailing

Authenticity Code: Every Co-Curricular Record is assigned a unique 20 digit numeric authenticity code which is located at the top and bottom of the CCR record.

Employers can confirm the authenticity of the CCR record by:

  1. Visiting the URL listed at the bottom of the CCR record
  2. Input the 20 digits numeric code

**Making a Request: How students can request to add an activity to their Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

  1. Once a student has almost completed their participation in a CCR activity, they must enter the activity for verification on Career360°
  2. Login to Career360° at
  3. On the left navigation bar, select “Co-Curricular Record”
  4. Click the blue “Add a Position to my CCR” button
  5. Search for an activity or position by typing in the name
  6. Select the competencies achieved during participation in the CCR activity
  7. Answer the reflection questions
  8. Click on the blue “Add to Record” at the bottom of the page
    • The CCR Activity Validator will review the student’s request and either accept or decline the request based on whether they completed the number of participation hours.
    • When a request is approved, the activity is added to the student's CCR record.
    • If a request is declined, students can forward their inquiries to the CCR Site Administrators at; please note that declined submissions will not appear on the student's CCR record
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