The best way to decide if the Bachelor of Humanities is right for you is to meet our professors and students.
How to meet Humanities Faculty and Students
Each year Humanities faculty members and students attend the Toronto Universities Fair, and are present at Carleton’s general recruitment events. We also host Humanities ‘Speciality Tour’ open-house events in the College of the Humanities itself.
- Sign up for an event on the Recruitment Events page.
Attend a Lecture in the Bachelor of Humanities and Meet with a Faculty Member
A great way to meet professors and students is to visit a Humanities lecture or discussion group. Fill out the form below with a day that is convenient for you. Normally students choose to visit the first or second year Core Courses: HUMS 1000 “Foundational Myths and Histories” or HUMS 2000 “Reason and Revelation”.
High School Teachers — Bring your Class to a Humanities Lecture
If you teach Grade 11 or 12, you are encouraged to arrange a class visit. Depending on the size of your group, your students can attend a regularly scheduled lecture, or faculty in the Bachelor of Humanities can hold a special lecture for you on a topic in English, Religion, Philosophy, History, or Political Theory.
Please contact us to arrange a class visit.
Current Carleton Students
If you are a current Carleton student, simply contact us to arrange to meet a Humanities professor and sit in on a class or discussion group.
Ask for More Information
The faculty and staff of the Bachelor of Humanities program are happy to answer any questions you have. Please email the Undergraduate Administrator, who can answer most questions about Admissions, and who can direct your question about the program to one of our faculty members.