It All Began in 1942
In 1942, a group of visionary citizens opened the doors of Carleton College in Ottawa to students building their careers after the Depression and military service in the Second World War. Carleton University is now a leading post-secondary institution, one that has provided a unique educational experience to 130,000 graduates over seven decades.
Along the way, many great people have become an integral part of the Carleton story. And, as we celebrate our 75th anniversary in 2017, we want to honour them.
Read more about the CU75 campaign, and help us applaud our incredible people by visiting their biographical pages and sharing their stories on social media using the hashtag #CU75.
Watch for some new participants in the months to come as we embrace a milestone anniversary packed with special events. Join us!
Launch of the Final Part of the CU75 Campaign and Contest
As we approach the end of Carleton's 75th year, we're rolling out the fourth and final edition of the CU75 campaign. People featured in this fourth phase of the campaign... More
CU75 Events in September 2017
With Carleton's 75th Anniversary in full swing, the university continues to host a number of events, conferences and talks. Watch this space for information on what we have planned and... More
Carleton Reflects on its Beginnings in the Glebe as it Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Landmark birthdays are the best time for reflection and, in its 75th year, Carleton University is looking back fondly on its formative years in the Glebe. In 1946, a four-year-old... More