McGill CaPS provides an official document validating a student’s achievement and involvement through McGill’s defined co-curricular programming. An official CCR is generally used when students are applying to graduate/professional programs, internships, grants or employment.
What is the difference between an Official CCR, and a CCR that any student can access when they sign into their account in myInvolvement?
An official CCR must be requested by students when they complete the form. It can only be sent by a member of the myInvolvement team with the resource account myInvolvement [at] mcgill.ca to the authoritative agencies indicated on the student’s application.
An "unofficial" CCR (or simply called a CCR) is a version that students can access anytime on myInvolvement. It presents a complete summary of a student’s participation in authorized co-curricular activities and self-reported experiences. This CCR can be edited (i.e. students can hide elements for a shorter version) before sharing as desired.
To request an Official CCR, fill out the Official CCR Request Form.
NOTE: Please read these points before completing the form:
Any student who is requesting an official CCR must first consult their CCR by signing into myInvolvement to ensure that all of their opportunities are present and correct. If you are missing any opportunities, please contact us at myinvolvement [at] mcgill.ca
We currently do not offer a French version of the official CCR.
You must allow at least 2 weeks for the official CCR to be sent to the indicated recipient(s) after your form is processed and approved. Please be advised that it can take longer for us to process the form during peak times in the term (i.e., start and end of the term).
- We are not responsible for invalid email addresses or sending the official CCR before the deadlines. Please note that we only send the official CCR to email addresses from authorized recipients/agencies.