One particular added benefit of becoming involved in Co-Curricular Activities is the Co-Curricular Transcript. The co-curricular transcript is an official supplementary record for the activities and accomplishments of the undergraduate student. It is envisaged that the Co-Curricular Transcript would be used to complement the students’ resume and academic transcript for applications to graduate, medical and/or law school, and prospective employers.
Submissions of the registration forms for Established clubs must reach the Student Welfare Office annually no later than October 30.
New Clubs may register at any time during the Academic year.
Once a club has gained recognition by meeting the above criteria, to maintain such recognition that club must:
Organizations that do not meet these requirements as outlined will be put on probation for 30 days and will not be eligible for the benefits of University status until they are in compliance with the requirements and apply to the UGSS Executive Council for reinstatement of University recognition.
Failure to comply within 30 days could result in the loss of University recognition for the ensuing period. A club/organization may appeal the probation by submitting a written explanation of the circumstances of the non-compliance to the President, UGSS, before the end of that 30 day period.
Student profiles for the CCT will be created or updated through the Students' Welfare Division. Records will be created and kept for students who:
Apart from these instances a student may, through the submission of a Data Entry & Validation form, detail any non-credit volunteer service performed or their involvement in approved social and cultural activities at/for the University.
The co-curricular transcript would be made available to the student by request. Similar to the Academic transcript, the student would be entitled to their first copy free of charge, thereafter Registry fees would apply. Such requests must be made via the CCT Release form. Students are encouraged to submit information for the updating of their profile as often as possible, at least once per semester. The SWD may also be approached for unofficial transcripts and may be permitted to request editing of entries made.
For more information please contact the following offices:
Office of the Assistant Registrar - Students' Welfare Division : 222-6006 ext 2235 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of the Deputy Registrar : 222-4184