Carleton University is committed to providing a living and learning environment that promotes student success inside and outside of the classroom. The Office of Student Affairs is reminding all students that Carleton’s conduct policies and Students Rights and Responsibilities also apply to online communication. Carleton does not tolerate any form of cyberbullying – including racism, sexism, harassment, or trolling behaviour – that may take place electronically, on campus, or surrounding areas.
Your online conduct applies to all platforms, not just ones mediated by Carleton. Members of the Carleton community are reminded to be mindful of what they are posting on all platforms and social media. Learn more about Carleton’s online conduct standards and how to respond to acts of cyberbullying by visiting the Office of Student Affairs website.
We understand these experiences can be quite difficult and encourage any student who is struggling to reach out for support. Students can access 24/7 counselling support through Empower Me or they can call Good2Talk at 1-866-925-5454. Students can also access a variety of provincial support resources across Canada. Additionally, students may contact Health and Counselling Services for counselling supports and resources between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
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