Academic Resources for Bachelor of Humanities Students
Handbooks and Registration Guides
- BHUM and BHUM Biology First Year Registration Guide for Fall 2022
- BJHUM First Year Registration Guide for Fall 2022
- Student Handbook August 30th 2022
Department Academic Advising
Virtual and in person academic advising appointments with the Academic Advisor Professor Kellow can be made by contacting email@example.com
A basic requirement for engaging with the world is the ability to speak in more than one language. For this reason, the Humanities program expects students to pass a second-language requirement. We require that students achieve at least an intermediate level of competence, such that they will be able to have meaningful social and cultural interaction in a language other than English. (Read more).
Student Support and Wellness
This is your hub for wellness resources at Carleton and beyond. As we navigate unexplored territory, we are here to support you virtually during this difficult time.
Carleton provides a wide variety of accessible resources and services that allow you to maximize and manage your mental health and well-being, even when you aren’t on campus. Carleton University wants you to know that we are here to support you. No matter where you call home across the world, there are many support services and resources available to support your mental health.
Health and Counselling Services remains open for in-person and virtual counselling appointments through telephone or video options.