1. Access and Safety On Campus
  2. Screening Requirement
  3. Tips for Working Remotely
  4. Teaching Online Resources
  5. Parking on Campus
  6. Mail Services and Central Receiving
  7. Wellness Resources
  8. Concerned About a Student?

Accessing Campus Information

As a community, we are navigating uncharted waters together. We are all quickly adapting to working remotely, but this situation calls on us to connect in new ways, as employees, as learners, and as humans. It is especially important to do so in ways that reaffirm our community values of innovation, flexibility, compassion, and evidence-based action.

As we slowly and progressively return to campus, you will receive information from your manager/Dean if and when you are permitted to return to campus and the circumstances under which a return would occur. Otherwise, employees are expected to continue to work remotely.

Access and Safety On Campus

Screening Requirement

Everyone coming on to campus and entering a university building must complete a COVID-19 Screening Self-Assessment. This must be completed each day you plan to come to campus.

cuScreen helps to streamline processes and better assists in the reporting and tracking of access to campus and COVID-19 to help keep our community safe.

Tips for Working Remotely

Teaching Online Resources

Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) has developed resources to help support course instructors as they transition to teaching in an online environment. 

Parking on Campus

Parking fees for students, staff, faculty and visitors will be reinstated effective September 1, 2021.

Staff and faculty permit fees will begin being charged in October 2021. A page with detailed information regarding parking and the return to campus has been created for staff and faculty. An FAQs page has also been created.

Visitor parking fees will need to be paid beginning on September 1, 2021. Visitors can pay at the machines located in the visitor lots or through the HotSpot mobile app.

Parking permit and visitor parking fees remain waived for the summer semester, until the end of August 2021. Please note that parking fees at 355 Cooper Street (for the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre) are still applicable.

Mail Services and Central Receiving

Due to limited office access, Mail Services (T31) continues to act as centralized receiving for all incoming mail.

Couriers will not make deliveries to individual campus locations (other than FMP, ITS Hardware Services, Residence, and Science Stores). Science Stores will continue to remain open and accept all perishable items. If you have perishable goods being delivered to campus, you may direct the courier to deliver the item to Science Stores located at 118 Steacie Building. Please contact science-stores@carleton.ca to inform them about your delivery. Hazardous materials such as chemicals, radiological, biohazardous materials, gases, etc. should be delivered to Science Stores.

Mail Services Operations Updates

Please note that Mail Services will be accepting appointments at any time for those who wish to pick up their mail at their own convenience:

For all other items, please ensure they are addressed to your office to allow accurate sorting on acceptance. Mail addressed to Carleton University must not leave the Carleton campus.

Questions? Please contact Mail Services at extension 4300 or Kathleen.Kelly@carleton.ca.

Wellness Resources

Core to its values, Carleton is committed to providing a healthy, safe, and supportive environment that is based on respect, equality, collegiality, recognition and safety.

Concerned About a Student?

If you are concerned about a student, you can submit a Care Report to document their concern and solicit feedback and/or follow up, if necessary. The team in the Office of Student Affairs is monitoring Care Report submissions daily. Outreach, support, and referrals will be provided expeditiously through robust online mechanisms and over the phone.

Care Report