Co-curricular Activities

Participation in co-curricular activities with an international or intercultural focus may be used towards the CIL.

Approved activities and events are assigned a point value. Students must accumulate a total of 15 points to fulfill the CIL Co-curricular requirement.

To accumulate points, you may combine any of following:

1) Serve as an executive member for an internationally-oriented student group for one academic year (maximum of 5 points)

  • must be an official Students’ Union-registered student group
  • Examples: UAlberta Indian Students' Association; AIESEC Edmonton  

2) Volunteer for select programs with University of Alberta International for one term (points vary):

Each of the following may only be counted once for CIL credit, to a maximum of 5 points.

3) Attend approved co-curricular events (points vary)

Can I submit an event for consideration?

Students can submit co-curricular events that they think should qualify for points to

Requests must include the name of the sponsoring organization and a web link or event description. 

Suggestions should be submitted well in advance of the event and, if approved, will be added to this list.

June 1, 2017 

RISE Book Club Discussion: “In This Together: Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation”
2004 Room, Edmonton City Hall
4:30-6:00 pm
Value: 1 point  

June 3, 2017 

Mass Blanket Exercise
Federal Building Plaza, Alberta Legislature
1:00-3:00 pm
Value: 1 point

June 20, 2017

Global Refugee Crisis: Rising to the Challenge
134 Telus Centre
12:00 -  1:00 pm
Value: 1 point 

Provide Documentation and Get CIL Credit

Co-curricular Events

Complete a Co-curricular Activity Form for each event (i.e. lecture, exhibit, etc.) that you attend. Submit to for review.

Volunteering with University of Alberta International or serving as an
Executive Member of an Internationally-focused Student Group

Complete a Co-curricular Activity Form for each volunteer position you held. Submit to for review.