Are you an Aboriginal student at Carleton University?
If yes, fill out the form below to register with Carleton’s Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education (CACE). There are three advantages to registering with CACE:
- You can identify yourself as an Aboriginal student at Carleton. Knowing some information about you will help CACE to provide exceptional, culturally-grounded programs and support services to Aboriginal students attending the university.
- You can gain after-hours (evenings and weekends) swipe card entry to Ojigkwanong (Aboriginal centre) using your Campus Card . (Note: Please allow 48 hours for your Card to be activated. You will receive an e-mail with further instructions on how to use swipe entry.)
- You can receive Minwàdjimowin (Good News), the CACE e-newsletter that includes information about workshops in the Aboriginal Lounge or on campus; the Visiting Elders program; awards, scholarships and bursaries; employment and volunteer opportunities; community events; and more.
Note: The information you provide will be kept confidential and will not be accessible to anyone outside of the Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education (CACE) in Equity Services. It may be used to compile information about Aboriginal students at Carleton University to ensure CACE programs and services reflect needs of the Aboriginal student population.