- Carleton University Scenario Planning (CUSP) Working Group
- Carleton University Flexible Arrangements (CUFA) Working Group
- Return to Campus (RTC) Working Group
To support a safe and gradual return to campus, Carleton has engaged three core working groups who are working together to ensure we have in place the appropriate mitigation measures that are aligned with government and public health requirements and regulations.
The health and safety of all members of the Carleton community is the university’s top priority.
Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and the President and Vice-Chancellor, the Carleton University Scenario Planning (CUSP) Working Group is tasked with examining options for continued successful academic operations in light of the public health crisis.
Carleton has tasked the Carleton University Flexible Arrangements (CUFA) working group to develop a framework for flexible work arrangements that meets the University’s academic and administrative objectives as well as the needs of our employees.
Reporting to the Vice-President (Students and Enrolment) and COVID-19 Lead, the Return to Campus (RTC) Working Group is tasked with setting and monitoring the parameters, in collaboration with Ottawa Public Health, of a safe return to campus. RTC is also responsible for ensuring that these protocols are supported with appropriate resources.
As a sub-committee under the RTC Working Group, the Academic Department Preparation Working Group is tasked with assisting in the development of return to campus plans for academic departments and to establish guidelines and recommendations in a number of areas.
As a sub-committee under the RTC Working Group, the RTCR Working Group is tasked with recommending protocols related to on-campus teaching during the pandemic.