Student FAQ's

What is a Co-Curricular Record?
The Co-Curricular record (CCR) at Selkirk College enables students to document learning and experience gained outside of the classroom environment. The CCR is an official document (like a transcript). Essentially, it is a log of verified and approved leadership, volunteer and non-academic activities that a student has been involved in while they attended Selkirk College.



What are the benefits of the CCR Program?

CCR programming provides opportunities for students to actively engage in meaningful activities. The program encourages students to have an all-rounded education by getting involved in co-curricular activities that help them foster and hone skills that can be transferred into employability skills. 
 
Students involved in CCR activities often practice their networking skills and develop new working relationships both within the on-campus and off-campus community, which can be very beneficial when conducting a job search.  Involvement in a CCR activity can also provide students and graduates with a competitive edge during the job interview process as they are able to reference and discuss in depth their extra-curricular involvement alongside their post-secondary education.
CCR experience can be pivotal in helping students gain relevant experience and core employability skills that can be leveraged in an active job search.  For the post-secondary student who does not yet have professional work experiences to list on their resume, participation in a CCR activity can provide the opportunity to develop these much needed employability skills and experiences.
 
The CCR is an official, verified and approved, Selkirk College document. It can be used to enhance employment applications, applications to undergrad/graduate programs, and applications for bursaries and scholarships.
 
Is the CCR Mandatory?

No, the Co-Curricular Record is not mandatory, but it is an excellent opportunity to document your engagement beyond the classroom environment.

What is the Co-Curricular Competency Framework?
 
 
Competency Transferable Skills Achievement Statement/Outcome
 
Leadership
Development
 
Teamwork/Collaboration Works cooperatively with others  towards a shared purpose or common goal, seeking help and offering assistance when needed
Role Modeling Demonstrates positive actions and behaviour that can be emulated by others.
Mentorship Guides individuals in developing skills, knowledge and/or experience that enhance their personal growth & development.
 
 
 
Effective
Communication
Basic Communication Communicates coherently and effectively using oral, written, creative and digital mediums.
Interpersonal Skills Establishes healthy relationships; listens actively, communicates respectfully, and manages interpersonal conflicts effectively.
Digital Literacy    Demonstrates the basic technological knowledge and skills required for digital communication. Adheres to ethical norms and standards of behaviour in online environments.
    
 
 
Healthy Behaviour
 
Personal Health & Wellness Maintains a balance between education, work and leisure activities (self-care); notices when change or help is needed and identifies appropriate support systems.
Healthy Relationships Implements strategies to build, maintain, and enhance healthy relationships (including relationships with people, food and substances) and identifies areas for change in unhealthy relationships.
Health Promotion Promotes positive behaviours and environments, encouraging individual and community wellness.  
 
Critical Thinking
 
Planning & Organizing Identifies and prioritizes critical tasks, sets appropriate and attainable timelines.
Problem Solving Identifies and adjusts behaviours by applying previously understood information, concepts, and experiences to a new situation or setting.
Decision Making
 
Applies complex information from a variety of sources, including personal experiences and observation, to draw logical conclusions and form a decision or opinion.
 
 
 
 
Personal Growth & Development
Self-Awareness Recognizes individual strengths, growth areas, beliefs and values; employs the process of self-reflection and considers the impact of emotion.
Resilience Demonstrates the capacity to manage and adapt to stressful circumstances and perseveres despite adversity.
Goal Setting Establishes individual goals (personal and educational) along with realistic short-term and long-term plans for achievement.





































































 Co-Curricular Record recognizes:
  • Selkirk College Ambassadors
  • Work Study Positions
  • Student Governance
  • Volunteerism
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