As a university, Carleton acknowledges the role it plays in the health and well-being of our students. We invite you to explore the various supports and services available at Carleton University that promote students' positive mental health and overall well-being.
Health and Counselling Services (HCS) is a multidisciplinary healthcare facility that provides medical services and counselling services to Carleton University students, faculty and staff.
Mental Health and Well-Being Services is another great resource in Carleton for information, support and involvement opportunities to understand, manage and improve your mental health and well-being at the university. Below are a few of the many resources provided through Mental Health and Well-Being Services.
The Centre for Indigenous Initiatives (CII) supports students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning. This is done by nurturing a sense of belonging for Indigenous students, and by developing and delivering resources and training to educate the Carleton community about the experiences, histories and worldviews of Indigenous peoples. For a list of supports and services offered to Indigenous students, please visit this page.
Current Student Services encompasses the various aspects of student life including academics, finances, employability, campus life, wellness and online learning support. Visit their website for a list of resources and support that may be applicable to you.
To see a doctor on campus, you may book an appointment through the information provided on this page. A list of walk-in medical clinics and hospitals is also listed on this page.
See the list of phone numbers on this link
Civil and Environmental Engineering
1125 Colonel By Drive
CEEINFO@CUNET.CARLETON.CAPhone: 613-520-2600 EXT. 5784Fax: 613-520-3951