The Co-op and Career Services department offers information to students on careers, jobs, and co-op placements, along with hosting fairs and events for job opportunities. They also liaise with employers to offer job postings to students.
administer co-op programs to participating faculties;
The SSSC helps students succeed in courses in the Faculty of Science. They also collaborate with other on-campus departments to offer workshops, events, and activities to develop students’ academic and professional skills.
career information in the field of science;
information on applying to medical schools;
networking opportunities for science students; and
The SEO works to ensure that new students make a successful transition to university life by preparing them to achieve academic and personal goals. The SEO also offers helpful services and programs to encourage student engagement.
The student associations at both Carleton University and the University of Ottawa jointly negotiated with the City of Ottawa to implement a Universal Transit Pass for full-time students at both universities. The result of the negotiations and the subsequent student referenda is the U-Pass: A bus pass offered through Carleton University at a discounted rate.
For as long as you are a student here, your new Carleton Campus Card will be the single most important piece of student identification you possess. This multi-purpose ID integrates a number of functions that would have previously required you to carry enough cards and cash to fill your pockets — now you can pay for dinner, photocopy notes, print documents, buy snack food at the store and borrow books from the library, each with a simple swipe of the card, making it the quickest, most convenient method of payment available on campus!
The Peer Conduct Board is made up of sixteen (16) Carleton University undergraduate and graduate students, with representation from every year of undergraduate study and from each of the five faculties on the Board. Peer Conduct Board members are in good academic standing, as defined by the Undergraduate and Graduate student calendars.
Computing and Communication Services (CCS) provides enterprise information technology solutions and services to support the learning, teaching, research, and administrative goals of Carleton University. CCS is committed to engaging our customers in a collaborative and proficient manner.
Convocation is a great public occasion when the university celebrates the accomplishments of its graduates. Senate convenes Convocation twice a year – in June and November – to confer degrees on students, recognize honorary degree recipients and award medals and prizes.
Carleton University now has new suite of mobile applications called Carleton Mobile. With this app students can check class schedules, view grades, navigate around campus with the campus map, get the latest info from Go Ravens and more!
At Carleton, Throwback is the return of homecoming – a chance to revisit university days and celebrate the future of your alma mater. It’s a new name to reinvigorate an old and proud tradition.
The name’s also a nod to football, of course. Ravens Football home games will be a key part of Throwback every year. So will other parts of the Carleton experience. Throwback celebrates academic achievement, student life, old haunts and former classmates. It’s about alumni, history, achievements, and a look back to a glorious past .
So now that you're a student at Carleton, what comes next? Check out the first part of the CU Know How guide to make sure you're familiar with need-to-know information. This includes reading the university's official rules and regulations, signing up for your student computing account, checking out Carleton Complete, and learning about your right to privacy as a student.
Getting advice from an academic advisor is one of the best ways to make sure that you're on track to meeting your degree requirements. Check out the CU Know How guide for more information on finding these services.
Check out the CU Know How guide to learn about your responsibilities as a student. This includes familiarizing yourself with the university's rules and regulations, meeting your degree requirements as outlined in your audit, and understanding Carleton's accommodation policies.
If you're registering for courses and simply want more information on how courses are organized at Carleton, read the CU Know How section on course requirements. This will provide more information on course organization, advanced level course registration, cross-listed courses, and other course grey areas.
Check out the CU Know How guide for information on registering and changing your schedule. This guide provides important explanations for registration holds, switching, adding, and dropping courses, and tuition refunds after registration changes.
The CU Know How guide has tons of information to help you better understand your grade. It provides details on majors, minors, concentrations, specializations, program elements, reviewing your degree, the BA breadth requirement, electives, first-year courses, and transfer credits.
The CU Know How guide can provide you with tons of information on your Academic Performance Evaluation, finding out if you're in good academic standing, course evaluation, and other questions surrounding your progress at Carleton.
Whether you want to change your major or program, want to apply for a second degree after graduation, or would like to come back to complete your degree, check out the CU Know How guide for information on degree goals.
The CU Know How guide can provide you with the information you need before writing exams and help you to understand special circumstances that may excuse you from writing an exam in the formal exam period.
Check out the CU Know How guide to learn about your responsibilities as a student, including understanding the university's official rules and regulations, outstanding circumstances, and academic petitions.
Congratulations on finishing your degree program! Check out the CU Know How guide for more information on apply to graduate (which is MANDATORY for all grads, not just those attending convocation) and understanding whether or not you've completed your degree requirements.
Carleton University Dining Services offers customer-oriented eateries featuring broad and varied menu choices. We have created an environment that offers students quality, value, convenience and excitement.
Carleton University Online (CUOL) offers alternative and flexible access to many Carleton University credit courses. More than 85,000 students from the Ottawa area, and around the world have used CUOL distributed courses to learn and complete a University degree program.
The McIntyre Exam Centre is designed to provide services for both students and instructors at Carleton University in order to meet a variety of accommodation needs during scheduled tests and exams. Scheduling and Examinations Services (SES) operates the Centre in consultation with the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities (PMC).
Peer Assisted Subject Coaching offers free, one on one assistance for the subjects you are experiencing challenges in. Subject coaches are available to clarify course content and provide study strategies to help you grasp any areas you’re having difficulty with.
With the support of Peer Assisted Subject Coaching (PASC) and Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) we want to set you up with the skills necessary to be independent learners. Our goal is to ensure you have a solid foundation – that you understand and can apply the course content so that you’ll be successful in your courses.
After checking out PASC, we highly recommend you start attending the PASS workshops available to you, so you can continue the positive steps you’re taking towards your success.
At Carleton University specific educational programs and outreach, counselling services, a Sexual Assault Centre where peers work in consultation with professional staff, as well as supporting policies have been developed with great thought, professional advice and input from students, staff and faculty members.
Short term counselling;
Peer Support Volunteers available in the Centre (503 Robertson Hall) during office hours –
As one of the nation’s leading institutions in the study and research of engineering, architecture, industrial design, and information technology, Carleton’s comprehensive platform of programs provides students with an environment that is challenging, diverse and flexible.
The engineering and design professions are engines of economic growth and social change. Through the introduction of new products and technological innovations, our researchers and graduates continue to improve our standard of living. Carleton’s program offerings continue to grow and adapt to the changing needs of society so that our graduates have the knowledge and skills to shape the future.