Cocurricular Transcript (CCT)

Along with its rich and varied options for co-curricular activities, AUC provides its students with an opportunity unique among universities in the region: a co-curricular transcript. The co-curricular transcript officially recognizes students' active participation in student life both on and off-campus. Employers value the AUC brand and recognize the co-curricular transcript as a verified document, thus enhancing the employability of the AUC student.

  1. Login to Banner 
  2. Click Cocurricular Transcript
  3. Enter your co-curricular achievements
  4. Submit for verification and you will receive an email with the status of your record  
  5. View your unofficial CCT on your banner account

AUC's Cocurricular Transcript: First in Egypt, Region

“These cocurricular activities are where students lead, initiate, plan, gather their resources, create the program, update it, organize it. They make teams, They learn how to lead and how to fail,” asserted President Francis J. Ricciardone, addressing AUCians at the University’s official launch of the new cocurricular transcript (CCT), the first in Egypt and the region. With this new system – now fully automated and integrated into the Self-Service banner – students will be able to record their participation in various activities and organizations outside of the classroom.

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The Cocurricular Transcript (CCT) is a record of all student's activities taking place outside the classroom. The CCT officially documents and verifies your non-academic achievements throughout your journey at AUC.



Graduating with a CCT polishes your profile in the eyes of employers. Being the first in the Middle East to submit an official, verified record of your cocurricular activities helps the employer acknowledge your skills built outside the classroom. The CCT allows you to represent yourself in a more comprehensive manner and paves your way to a blooming career.



  1. Academic community engagement 
  2. Athletics
  3. Career development
  4. Clubs and organizations
  5. First-Year Program (FYP)
  6. Undergraduate research