Learn more about Sheridan's CCR experience program and how students can create a CCR record when they participate in activities listed in the Opportunities Directory.
Search through the CCR's Opportunities Directory to discover what activities are currently available.
Students must log-in to the CCR website through Access Sheridan to request to add a CCR activity to their Co-Curricular Record.
Validators are Sheridan staff members who are the Activity Leaders for our CCR activities.
What is a Co-Curricular Record?
A Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an institutional document that formally recognizes a student's participation in a Sheridan approved CCR activity.
Activities listed in the CCR Opportunities Directory include student life programs, student leadership development programs, community engagement activities, clubs, athletics, committee participation and research projects. Academic credit is not provided for participating in these activities.
How does having a Co-Curricular Record benefit students?
For more information about Sheridan’s CCR, including how to request to add a new activity to
the CCR’s Opportunities Directory please contact us directly at:
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