Come out and join members of the Carleton community to kick off the University’s 75th anniversary on Wednesday, January 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the University Galleria.
The festivities in the Galleria will include interactive, fun activities, and special displays celebrating Carleton’s history. There will be games, contests, prizes, giveaways, cookies and hot chocolate, and special VIP guests.
The formal program will take place between 12:15 p.m. and 12:45 p.m., concluding with a live music performance by Maestro Fresh Wes, a former Carleton student and Canadian hip-hop legend.
Dates and Deadlines
Don’t miss a deadline. Be sure to visit the dates and deadlines webpage for all important registration related dates.
Review Your Online Degree Audit Report
An audit is your tailor-made map to navigating through your degree requirements. It records your registration and current academic status. Because the audit is an ever-changing document, it is critical that you review your audit often, especially after you have added or dropped courses. You have access to your audit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through Carleton Central (central.carleton.ca).
To view your audit online, simply log in to Carleton Central and select “myAudit –submit an Audit” from the Student Records menu and follow the directions from there.
If you have difficulties understanding your audit, the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) has a great online resource with tips and helpful FAQs on how to read your audit. We strongly encourage you to check the site out because having a strong understanding of how to read your audit is an important strategy for selecting your courses at registration, as well as for graduation.
Check Your Carleton Email
Remember to check your Carleton email account regularly because Carleton uses this as the main means of contacting you throughout the academic year. You can also have your Carleton messages forwarded to an account that you use regularly. Please keep in mind that spam filters on your email account may block messages from your Carleton account. To ensure that you continue to receive messages from the university throughout the year, please identify carleton.ca as one of your “safe” domains in your spam or junk mail filter.
If you plan to complete your degree by the end of the Winter term, please check your Degree Audit Report after you have registered in all your courses. Your audit should contain the following notation:
ALL REQUIREMENTS MET – IN PROGRESS COURSES USED
Should your audit not have this notation, please contact an Advisor either in your department or in the Academic Advising Centre. Your advisor will be able to determine what changes may need to be made in order to meet all your requirements.
If you are registered in your final courses for your degree and are on track to graduate in June, you must apply to graduate through Carleton Central by March 1.
Deferred Final Examination Schedule
Fall term deferred examinations will be held from January 20-22 & January 27-29. The schedule for the fall term deferred final examinations will be available on the Web by January 11.
If you missed a final exam in December and have been approved to write a deferred final exam, please check the schedule carefully for your course number, exam date, time, and location. Good luck!
You may also contact the Scheduling and Examination Office directly should you require more information:
Timetabling & Examinations Coordinator
Scheduling & Examination Services
University Centre Room 508
613.520.2600 ext. 3009 firstname.lastname@example.org
An Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation Workshop
This workshop series offers skills in Mindfulness and Meditation. Beyond simply decreasing your stress, this course offers approaches and skills to help you find more satisfaction in your daily life.
The course, consisting of 4 classes, is designed to help you learn mindfulness through the practice of specific skills that calm and focus your mind; and through the practice of meditation. If you are feeling pressured and stressed, or just interested in learning a new skill that can enrich your life, these classes are for you!
We have just a few spaces left! Beginners and experienced meditators welcome.
January 19, 26, and February 2, 9
3 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Discovery Centre, Rm 482
March 1, 8, 15, 22
3 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Discovery Centre, Rm 482
“I have never experienced an environment like this… where violence against women was acknowledged and talked about. I know I will remember this for the rest of my life. This course helped me reiterate my instincts, support my beliefs and make me feel more powerful!” – A former student
This eleven week program offers a valuable contrast and a complement to academic studies at University. It is designed to explore the rewards and challenges of meeting and collaborating with other people. It proposes to help participants explore who they are and who they can become. We will try to find a way to share what we are passionate about and thereby discover the foundation of friendship and celebration.
The group will be guided by a social worker, Jane Keeler, and a psychiatrist, Barry Dollin who both have many years of experience working in group settings and who continue to enjoy the challenge of exploring the mystery of how people can help one another.
There will be no academic credits for this program but the benefits are usually tangible. We recommend that you email us your questions and that you schedule an individual interview to speak about the curriculum if you have any interest or compelling doubts about the value this program could have for you.
When: Thursday, January 19 to Thursday, March 30, 2017 Where: Meeting Room, Main floor, Ice House Time: 10 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Facilitator: Barry Dollin MD, FRCP and Jane Keeler MSW
The Student H.E.A.L.t.H. Challenge is coming up, and We Need You! The CHAIM Centre and 1125@Carleton is looking for a group of students to collaborate and discuss different ways to solve critical global health issues in the One Health Context. This challenge will take place from January 28 to March 4, 2017, and the winning student strategy team will receive a $1,000 prize in the international non-profit organization, Kiva.
CUSA and CAB have collaborated again to bring back Winter Reading Week buses from Ottawa to Toronto! The details are as follows:
Ottawa to Toronto – Tickets are $30 per way and $60 for a round-trip ticket.
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Departure time: 10 a.m.
Departing from: Prescott House, Carleton University
Arriving at: Sportchek, Fairview Mall, Toronto
Toronto to Ottawa – Tickets are $30 per way and $60 for a round-trip ticket.
Date: Sunday, February 26, 2017
Departure time: 1 p.m.
Departing from: Sportchek, Fairview Mall, Toronto
Arriving at: Prescott House, Carleton University
Students can purchase tickets at the Student Experience Office (430 Tory Building) or the CUSA Office (401 Uni Centre).
For more information about the buses, please visit our website.
CUSA and CAB Present: Ottawa 67s Tickets
CUSA and CAB are selling tickets to the February 11, 2017, Ottawa 67s vs Owen Sound game. The game is at 2 p.m. and at TD Lansdowne. Tickets can be purchased for $10 at the Student Experience Office (430 Tory Building) or the CUSA Office (401 Uni Centre). For more information, please visit our website.
Get Ready to Soar!
The Student Leadership Conference is NOW SOLD OUT!
Volunteer with us instead! We need a lot of help to make the day a success! This will be a very rewarding opportunity and a chance to experience SOAR from a new perspective! Lunch will be provided for those who volunteer.
Be an active community member with Community Action Week with the SEO
Community Action Week is a week-long opportunity for students to serve with community partners in the Ottawa community. By serving with community partners, participants will learn about the City of Ottawa, the broader community, and challenges within our community. Community Action Week takes place on Winter reading week (February 18 to 25, 2017), and it is open for all students to apply to.
The Through a Global Lens – Photography Competition invites students, faculty and staff to submit original photographs that showcase their international experiences both in Canada and around the world. This year’s categories are Architecture, Nature/Landscapes, People, Gastronomy and our special Social Media category: Anniversary Edition – Celebrating Canada’s 150th and Carleton’s 75th Anniversary. The winner on each category will win a $50 Campus Card gift card.
2017 Adrian D.C. Chan Award for Volunteer and Community Service
Students can now apply for the 2017 Adrian D.C. Chan Award for Volunteer and Community Service.
The award is presented to a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Faculty of Engineering and Design who maintains a high academic standing. The award recognizes exemplary volunteer engagement in the Carleton community and elsewhere. Applications are due on Monday, March 6, 2017, to the Office of the Associate Dean of Engineering (3091 MC).
All members of the Carleton community are encouraged to participate. The savings realized by the project(s) will be returned to the Green Revolving Fund until the initial investment is repaid. If you need additional assistance with your application, we would be pleased to help. Contact us at email@example.com
A representative from the OUI China summer programs will host an information session in the ISSO lounge on Wednesday, January 25, at 2 p.m..
Experience China, France, Germany or India through Ontario Universities International Summer Programs!
The ISSO offers a number of opportunities for Carleton students who are interested in participating in a Summer language and Culture program at one of our partner institutions for a number of weeks in the summer term. This year also features a new summer internship program in India.