The Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities is always looking for peer notetakers. Volunteering with the Paul Menton Centre is an excellent opportunity to build upon your own volunteer credentials and enhance your academic experience. Criteria for being a Volunteer Notetaker include:

  • attending all assigned classes
  • taking complete and detailed notes
  • typing up lecture notes and submitting them on the PMC Portal within 48 hours after each class (courses with heavy math formulae can be photocopied or scanned at the PMC)
  • maintaining confidentiality

Notetaking is a supplemental accommodation for students with disabilities. Lecture notes are only accessible to approved PMC students and will not be shared with the general student population.

If you are interested in being considered as a peer notetaker, please apply here.

Apply to be a Volunteer Notetaker

  • List courses for which you can provide notes

  • List courses (with sections). For example: BUSI 1001A
  • The Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities is collecting this information for the express purpose of operating the Volunteer Notetaking Program. In compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, section 41, the information will only be used for the Tutor service. As well, should you wish, use of your information will be discontinued at any time at your request. For more information please contact pmc@carleton.ca