With a population of 28,000 full and part time students, it is to be expected that university faculty and staff may encounter students who might be struggling with a range of academic, financial, or psychosocial issues.

Students in need of additional support:

When encountering students who appear to be struggling, faculty, staff and other students make best efforts to provide direct support to these individuals and where appropriate, make referrals to other on campus services. For more information on how best help a student who is struggling visit the Coping with Crisis page.

In the event you remain concerned about a struggling student, you may make a record of the incident or conversation by filling out this form. This will automatically begin the process of creating a confidential file in the Office of Student Affairs and they will begin the process of monitoring for signs that he/she may be at risk.

Care Report form:

You will receive an email confirmation once the form is submitted. Please ensure there are no errors in the fields below.

Student Affairs Care Report

Confidential and Privileged. For the information of the Office of Student Affairs.
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  • The personal information requested on this form is collected in accordance with Sections 38(2) and 41(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA),R.S.O. 1990, c.F.31 as amended. The information provided will not be used for any purposes other than those stated upon this form unless the applicant provides express written consent. Should you have any questions concerning your personal information, please contact Robert Moher, FIPPA representative for Carleton University (607 Robertson Hall, 613-520-2600 ext. 2047). Carleton University is fully compliant with FIPPA and endeavours at all times to treat your personal information in accordance with this law.