1. 1:00pm Virtual Booths
    1. Afro-Caribbean Mentorship Program
    2. Alice Wilson Palaeontology Society
    3. Arther Kroeger College Educational Students’ Society
    4. Career Services
    5. Carleton Climbing
    6. Carleton Disability Awareness Centre (CDAC)
    7. Carleton Film Society (CFS)
    8. Carleton Science Student Society
    9. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    10. Carleton University Women’s Legal Network
    11. CITE – Carleton University Student Chapter
    12. Carleton University Troitsy Bridge
    13. Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
    14. HOLAS
    15. Sprott Supply Chain Management Association
    16. Student Experience Office
    17. Student Mental Health Engagement Committee (SMHEC)
  2. 1:15pm Virtual Booths
    1. Arab Students League
    2. BGIns Students Society
    3. Black Students in Public Affairs Association (BSPA)
    4. Career Services
    5. Carleton Dancelab
    6. Carleton Pakistani Students Association
    7. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    8. Carleton University Archaeological Society (CUAS)
    9. CarletonU Space and Defence (CUSPADE)
    10. Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
    11. Creator’s Corner
    12. CSCE – Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
    13. CUSA Womxn’s Centre
    14. Global Minds Carleton
    15. Parks Canada Outdoors Club of Carleton
    16. Student Experience Office
    17. TedX Carleton University
    18. The Leveller
  3. 1:30pm Virtual Booths
    1. Bridge the Gap
    2. Carleton AI Society
    3. Carleton Applied and Theoretical Linguistics Society (CATL)
    4. Carleton Marketing Association
    5. Carleton Ravens Artistic Swimming
    6. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    7. Carleton University Biology Society (CUBS)
    8. Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team
    9. Carleton Ukrainian Students Club
    10. Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
    11. Childhood and Youth Studies Student Association
    12. Department of Electronics Society (DESoc)
    13. Elsie MacGill Learning Centre (EMLC)
    14. Innocence Carleton
    15. Kroeger Policy Review (KPR)
    16. Rotaract Club of Ottawa South
    17. Student Experience Office
    18. The Charlatan
  4. 1:45pm Virtual Booths
    1. Blackbird UAV
    2. Carleton Art History Undergraduate Society
    3. Carleton Chemistry Biochemistry Society (CCBS)
    4. Carleton Ravens Men’s Lacrosse Club
    5. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    6. Carleton University Filipino Students Association (CUFSA)
    7. Carleton University Relay for Life
    8. Carleton University Human Rights Society
    9. Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team
    10. Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
    11. CUSC Tabletop Gaming
    12. Engineers without Borders
    13. Environmental Science Student Association (ESSA)
    14. Food Science Student Society
    15. International Justice Mission Carleton (IJM)
    16. International Student Services Office
    17. Student Experience Office
  5. 2:00pm Virtual Booths
    1. Carleton Campus Conservatives
    2. Carleton Cognitive Science Association
    3. Carleton Engineering Musical
    4. Carleton Mock Trial Team
    5. Carleton Ravens Men’s Ultimate Team
    6. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    7. Carleton University Criminology and Criminal Justice Society
    8. Carleton University Nigerian Students Association (CUNSA)
    9. Catholic Christian Outreach
    10. Faculty of Engineering and Design Recruitment
    11. Golden Key Carleton
    12. Hatch Entrepreneurship Centre
    13. Intervarsity: Carleton University
    14. International Student Services Office
    15. Registrar’s Office
    16. Student Experience Office
    17. The Plan to Drink Study
  6. 2:15pm Virtual Booths
    1. Best Buddies
    2. Carleton Communications Society
    3. Carleton Industrial Design Student Association (CIDSA)
    4. Carleton Musical Theatre Society (CMTS)
    5. Carleton Pride Festival
    6. Carleton Ravens Quidditch Team
    7. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    8. Carleton University Debate and Speech (CUDS)
    9. CU E-sports
    10. Egyptian Students Association
    11. Google Developer Student Clubs – Carleton
    12. HerCampus Carleton (HCC)
    13. Housing and Residence Life Services
    14. Medlife Carleton
    15. Ravens Racing Formula SAE
    16. Student Experience Office
  7. 2:30pm Virtual Booths
    1. Carleton Computer Science Society
    2. Carleton Mechanical And Aerospace Society (CMAS)
    3. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    4. Carleton Students for Justice in Palestine
    5. Carleton University Field Hockey Club
    6. Carleton University Geography and Environmental Students Students Association
    7. Carleton Women Interested in Medicine and Health (CWIMH)
    8. Game Design Carleton
    9. Housing and Residence Life Services
    10. Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students
    11. JDCC – Sprott
    12. Pecious Plastic Carleton (PPCU)
    13. Ravens Swim Team
    14. Student Experience Office
    15. Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society
    16. UNICEF Carleton
  8. 2:45pm Virtual Booths
    1. Carleton Blueprint
    2. Carleton Cyber Security Club
    3. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    4. Carleton University Engiqueers
    5. Carleton University Journalism Society
    6. Carleton University Kayak Club
    7. Carleton University Muslim Students’ Association
    8. Carleton University Glee Club
    9. Co-Operative Education
    10. Ignite ACF
    11. Mawandoseg
    12. Penny Drops at Carleton University
    13. Ravens Sports Business Club
    14. Student Experience Office
    15. Sprott Social Impact Club (SSIC)
    16. Systems and Computer Engineering Society (SCESOC)
    17. Women in Leadership Carleton (WilCarleton)
  9. 3:00pm Virtual Booths
    1. Carleton Academic Student Government (CASG)
    2. Carleton Health Science Society
    3. Carleton Moot Team
    4. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    5. Carleton University Dance Crew
    6. Carleton University In Space (CUINSPACE)
    7. Carleton University Kendo Club
    8. Carleton University New Democrats
    9. Carleton University Philosophy Society (CUPS)
    10. Co-Operative Education
    11. Insight @ CU
    12. North American Association of Indian Students- Carleton University (NAAIS- Carleton)
    13. Psychology Society of Carleton University (PSCU)
    14. Ravens Rowing
    15. Student Experience Office
    16. Sprott Marketing Student Association
    17. Student Energy Carleton
  10. 3:15pm Virtual Booths
    1. Carleton Cam’s Kids
    2. Carleton Law and Legal Studies Society (CLLSS)
    3. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    4. Carleton University Firearms Association
    5. Carleton University Ski and Snowboard Club
    6. Carleton University Physics Society (CUPS)
    7. Carleton Women in Computer Science
    8. CUSA Wellness Centre
    9. FITA
    10. Pride and Science Alliance (PSA)
    11. Ravens Rhythm
    12. RISE
    13. Student Experience Office
    14. Sprott International Business Association (SIBA)
    15. Voices Against Violence Carleton (VAV)
  11. 3:30pm Virtual Booths
    1. Anime @ Carleton
    2. Carleton Neuroscience Society
    3. Carleton Political Science Society (CPSS)
    4. Carleton Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club
    5. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    6. Carleton University Biomedical Engineering Society
    7. Carleton University Thrive and Encourage
    8. Carleton University Trap and Skeet
    9. Carleton University Student French Association (CUSFA)
    10. Climate Action Carleton
    11. FITA
    12. Ravens Dance Pak
    13. Student Experience Office
    14. Sock’n’Buskin (SnB)
    15. Sprott Accounting Students Association
    16. TAMID Group at Carleton
  12. 3:45pm Virtual Booths
    1. AIESEC in Carleton
    2. Carleton eggX
    3. Carleton FinTech Club
    4. Carleton International Relations Society
    5. Carleton Pre Dental Society
    6. Carleton Student Engineering Society
    7. Carleton United National Society (UNS)
    8. Carleton University Women in Science and Engineering (CU-WISE)
    9. Carleton Women’s Water Polo
    10. CUSA Gender and Sexuality Resources Centre
    11. Figure Skating
    12. Science Student Success Centre
    13. Student Experience Office
    14. Unified Support Centre
    15. Visual Arts Carleton
    16. World University Service Of Canada Carleton

Expo Carleton 2021 occurred virtually through MS Teams on Tuesday September 7th from 1-4pm.

Please see below for a list of all the clubs that participated, including welcome videos from some of the clubs.

Questions? Email leadership@carleton.ca

1:00pm Virtual Booths

Afro-Caribbean Mentorship Program

ACMP’s Orientation Day event at Carleton University is an effort to acknowledge the white settler discourse associated with the institution and how it can create barriers for African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) and other non-white students. While there are student services available for all students there continue to be barriers. For instance, ACB and racialized students may have access to critical students’ services for their social and academic development. However, the services may not be culturally sensitive to their needs, making it difficult for students to seek meaningful help. ACMP’s Orientation Day event will focus on helping first-year ACB students transition from high school to post-secondary education and providing support to those who are returning to Carleton. We will discuss access to resources such as one-on-one mentorship, upcoming frosh week plans, future events, and more. This event will also include a segment called “First-Year Survival Tips: Things I Wish I Knew in First Year” where you will get an opportunity to hear from mature students and ask them questions.

Alice Wilson Palaeontology Society

The Alice Wilson Palaeontology Society is a safe and inclusive club for people who share an interest in prehistoric plants and animals. Members will be able to participate in fun and interactive activities, such as monthly Palaeo-talks, exchange information and gain helpful advice from fellow undergraduate and graduate members, engage in discussion, and create an open and welcoming palaeontology oriented community. We strive to support our members’ intersecting identities, recognize the importance of building palaeontology into a field welcoming for all, and work to build a network of mentorship and collaboration.

Arther Kroeger College Educational Students’ Society

The Arthur Kroeger College Educational Students’ Society (AKCESS) represents all students in the Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management (BPAPM) program. (We clearly love acronyms!) We hold events, organize activities, and offer resources for students to maximize their potential, from academics, career readiness, and student life. Some highlights include first-year essay editing sessions, coffeehouses, and our annual charity gala. We can’t wait to meet you!

Welcome Video

Career Services

Career Services is Carleton University’s centre for career development and employment preparation for all students and alumni. Through one-on-one career advising, Career Services can help you review your resume and cover letter, target your job search and find opportunities that align with your skills and interests, prepare for job interviews, provide guidance if you’re considering changing your degree program or major, and more! Connect with employers in your field at our recruitment events and develop key employability skills through our workshops and specialized career support programming for students with disabilities and international students.

Carleton Climbing

We rock climb, both indoors and outdoors. We plan group climbs, offer gear rentals and gym discounts to help climbers out!

Welcome Video

Carleton Disability Awareness Centre (CDAC)

The Carleton Disability Awareness Center (CDAC) provides the Carleton community with social support regarding disability and accessibility. CDAC is designed to act as a forum for disability issues and to provide advocacy and events. CDAC staff aims to foster social opportunities and to involve the CUSA membership in disability education and inclusion. CDAC endeavours to challenge the stereotypes about disabilities and assist in the removal of barriers to every aspect of university life. CDAC achieves this through a wide range of programming for students that are both fun and informative.

Carleton Film Society (CFS)

The Carleton Film Society fosters an enriching community for cinephiles and/or budding filmmakers by screening movies on a weekly basis, engaging in discussions, and sharing resources about the cinema through interactive workshops and activities. We also help you cultivate your filmmaking talents – be it screenwriting, directing, editing, and more – by producing short films from start to finish where members can be involved in any and every part of the production if they’d like.

Carleton Science Student Society

The Carleton Science Student Society represents every student in the Faculty of Science. Science students are automatically a member of the society and have the opportunity to join council and participate in meetings, discussions, and run for executive or representative positions.

Welcome Video

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

Welcome Video

Carleton University Women’s Legal Network

At CUWLN, we identify and confront the barriers women face in pursuing careers in law by creating a network of resources to ensure female students can reach their fullest potential in academia and the workplace. Through an intersectional approach, we strive to develop educational, equitable, and engaging initiatives to create an inclusive space for students interested in the field of law. By collaborating with female leaders and professionals, we strive to reveal the potential of all genders in the legal realm.

Welcome Video

CITE – Carleton University Student Chapter

The objective of the CITE – Carleton University Student Chapter is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with the means to build positive relationships with transportation engineering professionals as well as hone leadership skills. Our membership consists of students registered in programs leading to degrees in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

Carleton University Troitsy Bridge

Carleton Troitsky is a design team that competes with other university’s teams in a bridge building competition. The competition is held at Concordia University in Montreal every March. Carleton sends about 6 teams to compete, 36 Engineering students. We build large scale bridges over a meter long solely out of popsicle sticks, white glue and dental floss. We then present them to a panel of industry professional judges. And test how much point load they can withstand before failure.

Welcome Video

Centre for Indigenous Initiatives

At the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives (CII), we support students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning. We do this 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.

HOLAS

The Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students (H.O.L.A.S.) is a non-profit student-run organization based in Ottawa. Founded in 2007, H.O.L.A.S. has become the largest network of Latin American youth in the capital. We are proud to be a grassroots non-lucrative organization with a dual mission of cultivating Latin American culture within the local community. Our organization also provides funding for humanitarian development initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean. We have raised up to $50,000 for a variety of development projects in South and Central America.

Welcome Video

Sprott Supply Chain Management Association

The Sprott Supply Chain Management Association provides an opportunity for all students with an interest in Supply Chain Management to get involved through academic, social, and networking opportunities. We hold events geared towards helping students explore the Supply Chain Management industry, build solid friendships with peers, and most importantly make the most out of their university experience.

Welcome Video

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Student Mental Health Engagement Committee (SMHEC)

If you are looking to get more involved in changing the culture around Mental Health on campus, then this may be the committee for you. The Student Mental Health Engagement Committee (SMHEC) will be looking at ways to create engagement and foster the conversation around Mental Health and Well-being on campus, including continuous improvements to the brand new wellness website, as well as providing some experiential learning for students on campus through promotional campaigns and/or events. The initiatives of this committee will be entirely student-driven and will have access to some funding from the Office of the Vice President (Students and Enrolment).

1:15pm Virtual Booths

Arab Students League

Our mission is to advance Arab culture sensibilities from a non-partisan viewpoint and to extend networking opportunities to our members in the National Capital Region

BGIns Students Society

The BGInS Students’ Society represents Carleton students who are in the Bachelor of Global and International Studies program. We host a variety of academic and social events that are open to ALL Carleton students including networking sessions, resume and professional development workshops, coffee houses, pub nights, and much more. Be sure to connect with us on social media to stay up to date on all our great events coming up this year. We can’t wait to meet you all!

Black Students in Public Affairs Association (BSPA)

Black Students in Public Affairs (BSPA) is a student club at Carleton University that provides support for racialized students to explore and develop their interest in public affairs. Additionally, BSPA strives to provide students with the resources to pursue their future career endeavours.

Our mission is to create the next generation of Black changemakers through mentorship, scholarship, and community. We want to offer Black and racialized students a safe space to discuss their opinions on current events and their implications on the private and public sectors both domestically and internationally. BSPA aims to look at current issues from a wide variety of perspectives to create an all-encompassing experience in the world of public affairs.

Career Services

Career Services is Carleton University’s centre for career development and employment preparation for all students and alumni. Through one-on-one career advising, Career Services can help you review your resume and cover letter, target your job search and find opportunities that align with your skills and interests, prepare for job interviews, provide guidance if you’re considering changing your degree program or major, and more! Connect with employers in your field at our recruitment events and develop key employability skills through our workshops and specialized career support programming for students with disabilities and international students.

Carleton Dancelab

A recreational dance team for anyone who loves to dance, wants to learn to dance and stay active to come together and share in our love for dance. A judgement free space where any student is welcome to join and where many genres of dance may be practiced.

Welcome Video

Carleton Pakistani Students Association

The CU Pakistani Students Association (CU PSA) is a campus club that focuses on educating the public about the culture and history of Pakistan. Join us and become involved in our fun and various activities: Desi Jeopardy Night, Pakistani Passion, Biryani Night, Chai ‘N’ Chill, and so much more! All in all, the CU PSA aims to be a home away from home for all Pakistani students at Carleton University, with its doors open to all.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

Welcome Video

Carleton University Archaeological Society (CUAS)

The Carleton University Archaeological Society is a safe and inclusive environment for all students interested in archaeology. In this society, students can share similar interests, carry out discussions, exchange ideas, participate in fun and interactive activities, as well as gain a sense of community. The goal of this society is to create awareness and excitement surrounding the field of archaeology.

Welcome Video

CarletonU Space and Defence (CUSPADE)

cuSpaDe is a brand new club that is dedicated to expanding your horizons in space and defence. Our co-founder, Fur, recognized that although vast and wide, the defence and space industry is invisible to the student population. Keeping this and EDI in mind, she decided to start her own club with 3 goals: to provide career and research connections in space and defence; to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and networking; to foster a sense of community and increase diversity and inclusion in the defence and space sector. So, what do we have to offer? Well, we’re partnering with various industry and academic sponsors that can help you secure a term project of any sorts and mentor you along the way! Not only is this awesome for your CV/Portfolio, but you will get to form meaningful connections with industry leaders who are always on the hunt for awesome students like you!!

Welcome Video

Centre for Indigenous Initiatives

At the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives (CII), we support students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning. We do this 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.

Creator’s Corner

CC offers struggling Non-Profits all things design, marketing, and development, completely pro-bono! Our members work in cross-functional teams with clients to deliver high-quality work on time while building skills and providing growth opportunities.

CSCE – Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

The society is created to reach out to students in the civil/environmental/architectural engineering department and help them have access to learn more about the industry and professions.

Welcome Video

CUSA Womxn’s Centre

The Womxn’s Learning, Advocacy, and Support Centre aims to be a safe (r) space for those who identify as Womxn but also anyone interested in gendered-based issues. The centre is home to the only Womxn’s only space on campus. The centre holds many events, workshops and giveaways throughout the year and is filled with resources to help Womxn succeed. All Womxn can use this quiet space for resting, prayer, breastfeeding, and self-care.

Global Minds Carleton

A page for Global Minds Carleton (formerly WE Carleton) members to discuss and share ideas, as well as stay informed. Our goal is to participate in international development through fundraising and philanthropy initiatives to support pillars such as education, opportunity, water, health, and food.

Parks Canada Outdoors Club of Carleton

The Parks Canada Outdoors Club of Carleton is the most stoked group of outdoors-folks on this side of the Pacific Northwest. We run awesome trips that take no gear or experience year-round, and run a popular gear rental program. Sign up for a membership to come along soon!

Welcome Video

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs

TedX Carleton University

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TEDxCarletonUniversity supports the non-profit organization TED in their mission of spreading ideas, sharing knowledge, and changing perspectives by hosting Carleton University’s own annual TEDx sponsored conference.

The Leveller

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The Leveller is a publication covering news, current events, and culture at Carleton University, the University of Ottawa, the Ottawa/Gatineau region and, to a lesser extent, the wider world. It is intended to provide readers with a lively portrait of their campus and community and of the events that give it meaning. It is also intended to be a forum for provocative editorializing and lively debate on issues of concern to post-secondary students, staff, and faculty as well as Ottawa residents.

Welcome Video

1:30pm Virtual Booths

Bridge the Gap

Bridge the Gap is mainly a social justice and awareness platform that addresses major justice issues directly affecting our community and the globe as a whole. The club is different in its approach to social justice as it mainly focuses on interviewing organizations and individuals directly impacted or involved in the problem-solving of the issue. Our overarching theme is to shine a light on issues often misunderstood by our community and incorporate multiple perspectives of approaching a central problem.

Welcome Video

Carleton AI Society

Our Mission: CAIS is a cross-disciplinary student organization that aims to provide individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their professional, personal, or academic journey into data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.

Our Vision: CAIS envisions fostering a community of diverse, talented, and responsible individuals passionate about data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning while considering the ethical and social implications of their work.

Our Plan of Action: CAIS promises to deliver the highest quality lectures, guest speakers and learning resources to an inclusive and diverse community. We will ensure that every student is offered the best education possible in their journey into AI.

Carleton Applied and Theoretical Linguistics Society (CATL)

Our Goal: Create a community within the School of Linguistics and Language Studies (SLaLS) outside of the classroom.
Who Can Join: Anyone who is a registered student/professor at Carleton University and is interested in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics and/or Modern Languages is allowed to join!

Carleton Marketing Association

CMA (Carleton Marketing Association) is a student organization dedicated to all undergraduates interested in marketing. Our mission is to make CMA a valuable resource for students interested in the marketing industry by striving to create opportunities

Carleton Ravens Artistic Swimming

Carleton Ravens Artistic Swimming is an inclusive sport with members ranging in many levels of experience, from beginner to many years of experience. Artistic swimming is a great way to meet new friends while exercising. With practices a couple times a week and only a few competitions a year it is a very manageable and flexible club to join. Anyone that can swim is encouraged to check us out!

Welcome Video

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

Welcome Video

Carleton University Biology Society (CUBS)

We are Carleton University’s Biology Society, the community for biology students at Carleton. Although the society was created for biologists we welcome students from all faculties to join us at our bi-weekly meetings and virtual events!

Welcome Video

Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team

The Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) is a volunteer campus emergency response team serving the Carleton University community. Operating under Carleton’s Campus Safety Services, CUSERT provides on-call emergency medical response services for the entire Carleton campus, as well as first aid coverage at university events. CUSERT provides volunteer opportunities for students interested in helping others, working in a team, and learning valuable skills.

Welcome Video

Carleton Ukrainian Students Club

The Carleton Ukrainian Students’ Club is a student-led organization that provides a space for students to interact and engage with Ukrainian culture, history, politics, etc. We exist not only for Ukrainians, but also for anyone who is interested in Ukraine, Eastern Europe, or who just wants to have more friends! We run various events throughout the year such as kolyada, trivia nights, Holodomor awareness events and most importantly, our famous Annual Perogie Night. You don’t need to speak Ukrainian or be involved in the community, you just have to be motivated to participate and support the club! We encourage you to join!

Welcome Video

Centre for Indigenous Initiatives

At the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives (CII), we support students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning. We do this 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.

Childhood and Youth Studies Student Association

The Childhood and Youth Studies Student Association is an organization that works towards providing an environment where students can network and build connections within the Childhood & Youth Studies program. We also aim to build student awareness of the field of Childhood & Youth Studies by bringing educational speakers to campus and organizing workshops, along with providing opportunities for volunteer work and fundraising for local charities and organizations.

Department of Electronics Society (DESoc)

DESoc is short for the Department of Electronics Society, it was started two years ago and represents students under the department of electronics in the faculty of engineering and design, so SREE A, Engineering Physics, and Electrical Engineering Students.

Elsie MacGill Learning Centre (EMLC)

The Elsie MacGill Learning Centre (EMLC) is focused on furthering students understanding and comprehension in their engineering studies, and provides students with the academic support they need to achieve their learning goals. Whether you have a quick question, want to review a solution, or just need a fresh explanation of content that was covered in class; our Engineering scholars are here to help with your ECOR and first-year math and science courses.

Welcome Video

Innocence Carleton

Innocence Carleton’s goal is to educate the public about Criminal Justice reform and the issues within our Criminal justice system. Innocence Carleton is focused on preserving the values set out by the Innocence Project and Innocence Canada. Carleton Innocence will be planning philanthropies, taking on social justice initiatives, offering information on legal services, creating a bail fund and encouraging Carleton students to get involved with the movement.

Welcome Video

Kroeger Policy Review (KPR)

Kroeger Policy Review (KPR) is a digital publication that aims to make public policy accessible to everyone. Join KPR if you’re looking to get real, hands-on writing, journalism, policy or communication experience, to meet and collaborate with like-minded peers, and develop a network.

Rotaract Club of Ottawa South

Rotaract is a global network of students and young professionals passionate about creating lasting social change in our communities and around the world. We focus on fundraising for service projects, volunteering with local organizations, facilitating professional development, and creating personal connections through fellowship.

Welcome Video

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Welcome Video

The Charlatan

The Charlatan is Carleton University’s independent newspaper. Run by students for students, the paper has been providing the Carleton community with news and entertainment for more than 75 years. All Carleton students are welcome to contribute on a volunteer basis.

1:45pm Virtual Booths

Blackbird UAV

The Blackbird UAV team provides Carleton students with practical project experience in the areas of aerospace design, payload systems, autonomous flight, wireless communication, and software development. The ultimate goal is to achieve a system that is competitive not only among academic institutions, but within the UAV industry. The team plans to work with possible commercial end-users in order to guide development and create relationships within industry. Our team also aims to promote research and development in the unmanned systems field, both at Carleton University and elsewhere. Furthermore, the team hopes to promote the commercial use of small UAVs and their integration into airspace both within Canada and internationally.

Welcome Video

Carleton Art History Undergraduate Society

CAHUS is committed to bringing together Art History and History and Theory of Architecture undergraduate students at Carleton University to form an engaging and culturally rich community. The society hopes to provide a forum to connect like-minded people and encourage networking opportunities with fellow students and faculty. The society strives to provide students with opportunities to gain experience that will benefit their future endeavours, through art-related events and collaborations.

Carleton Chemistry Biochemistry Society (CCBS)

The CCBS is a society organized by undergraduate students in chemistry and biochemistry here at Carleton University. The CCBS was created to work towards creating a community between chemistry and biochemistry students on campus as well as bring networking opportunities between students and professors. CCBS also aspires to create an atmosphere of learning and excitement for students here at Carleton!

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Carleton Ravens Men’s Lacrosse Club

While winning is important to every competitive athlete; we are concerned with the development of the student athlete as a whole, and not solely as a lacrosse player. We are committed to fostering a sense of discipline and dedication both on the field and in the classroom. We take pride in seeing our players develop and excel on the field and succeed in their academic pursuits. There has been a great heritage of successful lacrosse players at Carleton. Our Alumni include players who went on to professional lacrosse in the NLL: Jason Tasse (Ottawa Rebel), Shaydon Santos (San Jose Stealth), and Kevin Dostie (Calgary Roughnecks and Buffalo Bandits). The club offers its members a seamless year of lacrosse; an opportunity to play Canada’s official national summer sport from September to April. Our pre-season begins with a training camp one week before classes begin in late August and then our CUFLA season commences the first weekend of September. The team practices three evenings per week, with games on weekends. We play 10 conference games against other teams in the East division, with an extra playoff game at the end of the season to qualify for the Baggataway Cup Championship. The Baggataway Cup consists of the top 6 teams in the league playing cross-divisional elimination games in a weekend tournament until a National champion is crowned. The Club then organizes a year-end banquet, where we recognize the outstanding players on the team.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Filipino Students Association (CUFSA)

Carleton University Filipino Students’ Association (CUFSA) aims to share Filipino culture and traditions at Carleton while enhancing overall diversity within the school community. We strive to provide a safe and accessible space for all people regardless of race or ethnic background, religious belief, gender identity, age, or mental and physical disabilities. CUFSA can introduce you to a wide network of students across the Carleton community and across the country. CUFSA collaborates with other clubs at Carleton and other Filipino Students’ Associations across Canada and the Filipino Canadian Students Association for events and charitable causes that fit our values. CUFSA’s most popular in-person events include the January Jam 3 v 3 Basketball Tournament and Noche Buena, while our most popular online events include Rice to Meet You Speed Friend-ing and the Virtual Frost Week Escape Room. We hope to see you in the most COVID-safe ways possible next year!

Carleton University Relay for Life

Carleton University Relay for Life is an annual fundraising event that brings the Carleton community together for the Canadian Cancer Society! This is one of the biggest events at Carleton and is truly a memorable experience for the whole Carleton community!

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Carleton University Human Rights Society

Carleton Human Rights Society is an academic society associated with the Human Rights Program at Carleton University. We are concerned with raising awareness of human rights violations and fighting global injustice. We are completely student driven, and take up the issues that concern our members around the globe! Our main goals are to raise awareness and funds, to become active in the human rights field and to invest time and support towards Human Rights and Social Justice students during their time at Carleton, sharing useful tools and events.
The organization shall work towards facilitating academic, social and professional relationships with Human Rights and Social Justice students as well as members of the Carleton community as a whole. The CUHRS shall strive to carry out its objects without discrimination as between its Members, and in particular on the basis of race, religion, colour, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age, or political conviction. This Article shall not be interpreted to preclude any rule, program, or activity that has as its objects the amelioration of conditions that may hinder the full and equal participation of any group in the CUHRS activities or the Human Rights Profession.The CUHRS shall make all reasonable efforts to schedule events, elections and meetings so as to not hinder participation by any religious, cultural, social, or other group to which Members belong.

Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team

The Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) is a volunteer campus emergency response team serving the Carleton University community. Operating under Carleton’s Campus Safety Services, CUSERT provides on-call emergency medical response services for the entire Carleton campus, as well as first aid coverage at university events. CUSERT provides volunteer opportunities for students interested in helping others, working in a team, and learning valuable skills.

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Centre for Indigenous Initiatives

At the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives (CII), we support students, staff and faculty at Carleton by providing culturally safe spaces for dialogue and learning. We do this 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.

CUSC Tabletop Gaming

CUSC Tabletop Gaming, Carleton’s oldest and greatest traditional games club! We’ve hosted weekly board game nights every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. since 1975 and have amassed a diverse collection of games that you’re free to explore. Join us on discord for fun and games!

Engineers without Borders

Engineers without borders is a student led group which focuses on recent issues locally and globally. There are many aspects such as youth outreach and advocacy where members are able to take part in campaigns they are passionate about.

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Environmental Science Student Association (ESSA)

ESSA Carleton is a fun and inclusive club for students within the Institute of Environmental Science. It is a great opportunity to meet new people with similar interests and enjoy your university experience together!

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Food Science Student Society

We are the Carleton University Food Science Student Society the representatives of the Food Science students at Carleton University! We plan many different events aimed at Food Science students. Events that we have run in the past include our many game nights, career fairs, career nights, movie nights and so many more. We welcome you to join our events and we look forward to a wonderful year with you all!

International Justice Mission Carleton (IJM)

We are a campus chapter of the world’s largest international anti-slavery organization. Our mission is to raise awareness and support on our campus and beyond to help end modern day slavery in the form of human trafficking.

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International Student Services Office

The International Student Services Office (ISSO) offers services and programs that contribute to positive international experiences for all Carleton students. We are dedicated to helping international and exchange students adjust to life in Canada and to helping them get the most out of their student experience. The ISSO supports and encourages Carleton students in gaining international exposure both locally and abroad through volunteer opportunities and participation in exchange or study abroad programs.

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Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

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Carleton Campus Conservatives

We are the Conservative campus club at Carleton. We seek to engage Conservative students, provide mentorship, networking events, internships, and a safe space to discuss issues!

Carleton Cognitive Science Association

An active society of cognitive science students coming together for means of studying together, building a community and creating social events for those in the Bachelor of Cognitive Science or simply just interested in the study of Cognitive Science.

Carleton Engineering Musical

The Carleton Engineering musical is a yearly parody of an existing musical written and performed by the faculty of Engineering and Design students. We take a fun comedic approach when making the parody focusing on jokes related to our community and classes. We have auditions in September and our two show dates in March, there’s lots of time to act, sing and dance.

Carleton Mock Trial Team

The mission of the Carleton University Mock Trial team is to “ensure the confidence of great thinkers” by helping students develop advocacy skills, public speaking abilities and the art of persuasion through mock trials. Carleton University students will get the opportunity to research, prepare and argue real cases through simulated trials and competitions. Topics will range from criminal trials to family trials, and even intellectual property issues which will help students develop a baseline knowledge of the Canadian and US legal systems. The Mock Trial team is focused on creating a dynamic environment that will encourage Carleton students to dive into the field of law with open eyes.

Carleton Ravens Men’s Ultimate Team

The Carleton Ravens Men’s Ultimate team is a competitive program of 2 teams, A & B, who compete in the Canadian University Ultimate Championship (CUUC) series. We practice twice a week during the fall semester and one time each week during the winter. We typically travel out of town for 3 tournaments in the fall and 3 more in the winter. Everyone is welcome to attend our tryouts, no ultimate experience is necessary, come and learn about our awesome sport!

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Criminology and Criminal Justice Society

Designed & tailored to help criminology students, or students with an interest in criminology, with networking, career options, & extra-curricular events

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Carleton University Nigerian Students Association (CUNSA)

The Carleton University Students Association provides guidance, support, & mentorship to our members and an exciting line-up of activities to give them an all-around experience while promoting a positive image for Nigeria to the Ottawa community.
It is our vision to be reputable in promoting welfare, culture, & creativity through engaging and entertaining events and to enlighten the Carleton and Ottawa community in general, about our rich culture and our diverse people.

Catholic Christian Outreach

Catholic Christian Outreach™ (CCO™) is a university student movement dedicated to evangelization. We challenge young adults to live in the fullness of the Catholic faith with a strong emphasis on becoming leaders in the renewal of the world.

Faculty of Engineering and Design Recruitment

The Faculty of Engineering and Design’s recruitment team is responsible for the outreach and recruitment of prospective engineering and design students. Our team performs informative engineering and design presentations to high schools across Canada and hosts multiple engineering and design events both on campus and in Ontario.

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Golden Key Carleton

Golden Key International Honour Society is the world’s largest collegiate honor society for graduate and undergraduate students, and has strong relationships with over 400 universities around the world. Golden Key is built on the pillars of academics, leadership, and service, and our chapters are committed to implementing service projects and leadership development for all students on campus.

Hatch Entrepreneurship Centre

Hatch is a place where student entrepreneurs, creative minds, and people with different skills meet to leverage each other’s knowledge and expertise. We offer qualifying start-up teams the opportunity to be in our annual incubator program where we work with them one on one to flush out their business model, network with professionals, and build their companies.

Intervarsity: Carleton University

InterVarsity at Carleton is a place where people of all backgrounds can explore and grow in their relationship with Jesus. We ask our questions about God and search for answers together, welcome people from all over the world into our university family, and share about God’s love and His desire for justice with our campus. We pray together, read Scripture together, and invite those around us to experience Jesus, too. Come join us! We’d love to meet you.

International Student Services Office

The International Student Services Office (ISSO) offers services and programs that contribute to positive international experiences for all Carleton students. We are dedicated to helping international and exchange students adjust to life in Canada and to helping them get the most out of their student experience. The ISSO supports and encourages all Carleton students in gaining international exposure both locally and abroad through volunteer opportunities, engaging in our events, and participation in exchange or study abroad programs.

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Registrar’s Office

The Registrar’s Office manages the academic activities of all Undergraduate and Special Students. Our office manages the academic records of all Carleton students (past and present) including Undergraduate, Graduate, and Special.

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

The Plan to Drink Study

The READYlab is recruiting Carleton undergraduates to participate in the Plan to Drink study this Fall. Help us to learn how students think, feel, and make decisions about using alcohol!

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Best Buddies

Best Buddies builds friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), offering social mentoring while improving the quality of life and level of inclusion for a population that is often isolated and excluded. As a member of Carleton Best Buddies you will have the opportunity to be paired with a member of the community with IDD, form a friendship and attend our monthly club-wide events!

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Carleton Communications Society

We are Carleton’s Communications Society. We handle everything Communications related such as events, guest speakers, formals, mentorship, merchandise, and so on. We have hundreds of students join our society each year for many reasons! We are a community based society that strives to make coms’ students time at Carleton memorable. We serve as a point of contact between students and faculty, and are run by students, for students.

Carleton Industrial Design Student Association (CIDSA)

CIDSA is the Carleton Industrial Design Student Association and we represent all Industrial Design students in both graduate and undergraduate studies at Carleton. We organize social and academic events to develop connections between students within the industrial design faculty. We do this by planning social and academic events throughout the year. Our big event, Concept Carleton, is an Industrial Design conference held annually in February. This event is open to the public and is a great opportunity for students to meet other students as well as industry professionals.

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Carleton Musical Theatre Society (CMTS)

Carleton Musical Theatre Society (CMTS) strives to produce a high quality musical theatre season each school year. We produce a full-scale musical and a small show or cabaret and run many social events throughout the year. We hope you’ll join us!

Carleton Pride Festival

The goal of the Carleton Pride Festival is to advocate for an inclusive student life experience, highlight the issues that the Queer community continues to face, and ensure all our Ravens feel valued, equal, and proud! There will be a great amount of programming throughout the week celebrating the full diversity of the 2SLGBTQ+ Community.

Carleton Ravens Quidditch Team

Quidditch is a full-contact, competitive, and fun game that is played around the world. Carleton Ravens Quidditch is one of the 21 teams across Canada that plays in the Quidditch Canada league. This sport is Co-ed and has positions that any body type can succeed at! Quidditch also has one of, if not, the best communities around in that everyone is trying to help you succeed and play your best at the sport and it is a great way to get to know people. Practices are on the weekends as well as tournaments. Here is a link on how to play and here is a link on our highlights from the 2019-2020 season (last time we were able to play) . Hope to see you on the pitch!!!!!

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Debate and Speech (CUDS)

Carleton University Debate and Speech (CUDS) is a student-run organization dedicated to fostering public speaking and analytical skills. For the past 20 years, CUDS has maintained our standing as one of the most competitive clubs in Canada by winning many tournaments and routinely beating teams from schools like Oxford, Yale, and Harvard. CUDS also provides unique opportunities to ensure that every member can take part in the Canadian debate community’s vibrant social atmosphere by travelling and competing across North America. Anyone can join, regardless of experience!

CU E-sports

We at CU Esports are devoted to fostering a community where gaming is celebrated by people of all ages, recognized as a force for good, and used to connect gamers on campus. We do this by hosting amazing events, putting together competitive esports teams, and creating opportunities for our members to develop skills and connect with industry professionals.

Egyptian Students Association

A group creating a home away from home, celebrating our Egyptian culture

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Google Developer Student Clubs – Carleton

Google Developer Student Club (GDSC) at Carleton University will help promote the learning and integration of technology into everyday life. We strive to create a sustainable, inclusive, and friendly environment to share knowledge and create technological solutions to help the community around Carleton.

The GDSC at Carleton aims to integrate technology into every field collaboratively and thrives on peer-to-peer interaction, building an ecosystem of learning, knowledge, and opportunity fueled by technology.

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HerCampus Carleton (HCC)

Her Campus Carleton is an online hotspot for everything university women need to know about life on campus. As part of the international magazine, HerCampus Carleton joins over 7,000 content writers from more than 400 campus chapters located in nine countries. The Carleton site will feature articles on Style, Health, Love, Life, Career and much more — written by women, for women!

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Housing and Residence Life Services

Housing and Residence Life Services works to create student focused residence community and strives to continuously provide quality service to support our residents. We are committed to providing opportunities for personal growth and academic development while promoting a safe and inclusive living environment.

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Medlife Carleton

MEDLIFE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that partners with low-income communities in Latin America and Africa to improve their access to medicine, education, and community development projects. In order to achieve the ultimate goal of a world free from the constraints of poverty, we empower students and volunteers to become advocates for change by creating on-campus Chapters, volunteering in Service Learning Trips, and supporting the Moving Mountains giving program. Medlife Carleton hosts many events, workshops and volunteering opportunities throughout the year!

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Ravens Racing Formula SAE

Ravens Racing is composed of a multi-year, multidisciplinary range of Carleton University engineering students all vying to put forth the theory learned in class towards designing, manufacturing, and testing formula style race cars. New volunteers with a passion to help the team improve are always welcome, regardless of experience or background!

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Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

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Carleton Computer Science Society

Established in 1980, the Carleton Computer Science Society (CCSS) is an academic society that represents undergraduate computer science students. The CCSS aims to create academic, social, and industry-related opportunities and resources for those computer science students. Computer science students studying at Carleton University are automatically a member of the society and have the opportunity to participate in meetings, discussions, and run for executive or representative positions.

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Carleton Mechanical And Aerospace Society (CMAS)

Carleton Mechanical and Aerospace Society (CMAS) is an academic society for the students in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering but is open to any other Carleton students!

CMAS is focused on ensuring you to get the most out of your mechanical or aerospace degree here at Carleton. We run many events that are each focused on different aspects of the university life: we have academic events like workshops and speakers to help you with your studies and knowledge base; professional events such as our career networking night for our members to get their names out to the industry and snag a nice job; and, of course, we have the fun events, like catapult building, for our members to hang out and just take a break from courses. Becoming a member also entitles you to a variety of office services and discounts on events and merchandise. If we don’t have something you need, be sure to come to one of our weekly meetings and voice your opinion. We’re always happy to hear your thoughts and grow the society to better suit our members.

If you’d like to learn more, please visit our website (cmas.carleton.ca) or send us an email at cmas.president@gmail.com!

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Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton Students for Justice in Palestine

Students for Justice in Palestine is a social justice initiative at Carleton University that aims to promote awareness for Palestinian issues and rights. We have a commitment to public service efforts which seek to better the lives of Palestinians impacted by the illegal occupation of Palestine.

SJP welcomes individuals of all ethnic and religious backgrounds to be a part of our community. If you have always wanted to learn more about the issue of Palestine, want to learn how you can help the cause, as well as meet like minded individuals, then we would love for you to join us in showing solidarity with the struggle for justice in Palestine.

Carleton University Field Hockey Club

The Carleton University Field Hockey Club provides students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills, make social connections, and live a healthy lifestyle through the sport of field hockey. During the fall semester, our team plays in a local outdoor league while in the winter semester we play in an indoor league. With team practices and a competitive league, this club provides an excellent atmosphere to develop field hockey skills. We are glad to be up and running in full force this upcoming year. Hope to see some new faces out there.

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Carleton University Geography and Environmental Students Students Association

Carleton University Geography & Environmental Studies Student Association is the student group associated with the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. We strive to maintain an inclusive environment while hosting a variety of nature and academic themed events!

Carleton Women Interested in Medicine and Health (CWIMH)

Carleton Women Interested in Medicine and Health (CWIMH) is a club that aims to support all female-identifying students interested in pursuing a career in medicine and healthcare. We work towards planning events that strengthen the relationships for these students and highlight the many paths women in STEM have taken in their fields.

Game Design Carleton

Game Design Carleton is a club which designs and builds video games as a team. We’re looking for modellers, programmers, sound designers, ideas and more for this year’s project

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Housing and Residence Life Services

Housing and Residence Life Services works to create student focused residence community and strives to continuously provide quality service to support our residents. We are committed to providing opportunities for personal growth and academic development while promoting a safe and inclusive living environment.

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Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students

The Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students (H.O.L.A.S.) is a non-profit student-run organization based in Ottawa. Founded in 2007, H.O.L.A.S. has become the largest network of Latin American youth in Canada’s capital. We are proud to be a grassroots non-lucrative organization with a dual mission of cultivating Latin American culture within the local community while also providing funding for humanitarian development initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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JDCC – Sprott

JDCC Sprott develops students to compete in academic case analyses, parliamentary style debates, esports, charity, and school spirit.

Pecious Plastic Carleton (PPCU)

PPCU is dedicated to change the outlook towards plastic waste: from ‘disposable’ to commodity!

Ravens Swim Team

The Carleton Ravens Swim Team competes in the OUA (Ontario University Athletics). It’s open to all swimmers with previous competitive experience.

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Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society

Founded in 2009, SREE Society is a student society that represents the students in the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering program. The society provides services, academic support, and hosts social events for its members. Our council is made up of 7 executive members and a year rep for each undergraduate year. We welcome all students from the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Program, stream A or B.

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UNICEF Carleton

UNICEF Carleton aims to empower students to make a difference for children worldwide through advocating for a child’s right to be a child. Our club does this by collaborating with other partners and clubs on campus to deliver fun and informative events. We try to hold events (about once a month to every other month—depending on the time of year) that focus on both advocacy and fundraising. For the majority of our events, we pick a specific UNICEF cause to focus on, such as child trafficking, natural disaster relief, and more. We always encourage our members to help us through a variety of ways from creating graphics to volunteering at tabling events.

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Carleton Blueprint

We’re a team of students at Carleton University that develops pro-bono apps for nonprofits and promotes tech for social good.

Carleton Cyber Security Club

This club is a student-run organization based out of Carleton University, created for sharing a love of cybersecurity. We strive to share our knowledge and improve our own by hosting workshops and meetups, and participating in CTF challenges, and competitions. This club aims to accommodate all skill levels and interests, with sessions conducted on topics like career paths, certifications, challenges, professional advice and much more.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

This group is part of EngWide. Click here to view the full EngWide Schedule.

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Engiqueers

Carleton University Engiqueers (CUE) is Carleton’s society for LGBTQ+ engineering students and allies.

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Carleton University Journalism Society

The Carleton University Journalism Society (JSOC) is an organization run by and for journalism students. JSOC works closely with the School of Journalism and Communication, other student groups, and journalism-related organizations to represent students and run events meant to foster community and provide students with professional development opportunities.

In a non-COVID year, the society oversees a program-wide gala, CBC Tours, a mentorship program between upper and lower-year students, a dodgeball tournament, and a prom for graduating students. In JSOC’s transition to online programming, new events have included online trivia nights, a virtual mental health awareness initiative, and Project J — a writing competition aimed at getting students published by professional news outlets.

Students can get involved by attending one of the society’s events, serving as mentors, submitting their work to Project J, or joining the JSOC team by applying to be year representatives each August/September.

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Carleton University Kayak Club

The Carleton University Kayak Club offers an opportunity for students and community members to learn and enjoy whitewater kayaking. We have beginner lessons, pool sessions, kayak and gear rentals, group trips and events available to our members. We welcome you to contact us if you are interested in getting involved in our exciting kayaking community.

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Carleton University Muslim Students’ Association

Welcome to Carleton University’s Muslim Students’ Association! May peace be with you. We are your resource on campus for all things pertaining to practicing your faith and having the services necessary to do so comfortably. Our vision is to empower and inspire students to be a positive force for change, starting with our commitment to our school and expanding to help those around us. Our family is always growing, with our vast and diverse membership making us the biggest club on campus. With the grace and help of God, our hope is to provide an outlet that inspires students to do good works and by extension join our family. In short, we are your Family in Faith.

Carleton University Glee Club

The CU Glee Club is a great place for anyone who loves music! We’re a casual club who meet weekly to practice vocal and dance routines that we perform a few times a year.

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Co-Operative Education

Co-operative Education combines traditional, in-class education with hands-on experience. Co-op students alternate study terms at Carleton with four, eight, twelve or sixteen month work terms. Co-operative Education is available in a wide selection of Graduate and Undergraduate programs at Carleton.

Ignite ACF

Ignite ACF is a group of Seventh-day Adventist students who welcome all to join us as we build healthy relationships through our events such as Bible study, study nights, picnics, group discussions, church on campus and more! This year we’ll be doing a mix of in-person and online events based on the provincial guidelines but we are looking forward to connecting with you! Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date!

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Mawandoseg

Mawandoseg is a safe(r) space for Indigenous students at Carleton, addressing the specific needs of the various Indigenous communities in and around the university. The Centre is also the leading point of contact for non-indigenous students looking to connect with and learn more about indigenous cultures and histories

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Penny Drops at Carleton University

PennyDrops is a national non-profit working to pave the way to financial freedom for young Canadians coast-to-coast, by equipping students with the knowledge and confidence to make informed financial decisions.

PennyDrops at Carleton hosts workshops for high school and university students, lead by Mentors who are Carleton students. There are opportunities to join the executive team and become a Mentor (no previous knowledge required!)

Ravens Sports Business Club

The Ravens Sports Business Club is student club designed to give Carleton students the opportunity to gain real world working experience in all aspects of a sport organization. This club is overseen by the athletics marketing team, with one full time team member mentoring all branches of the club.

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Sprott Social Impact Club (SSIC)

Sprott Social Impact Club (SSIC) is a youth-run student club that aims to elevate communities faced with difficulties by providing access to educational institutions. Sprott Social Impact Club provides Carleton students with a platform to run projects to address social issues like poverty, lack of access to education and child marriages. The club has hosted events and launched an online campaign to achieve its objectives. Sprott Social Impact Club is a Carleton University club that was founded in September 2019 and since then has run projects to provide resources to girls in Tanzania so they continue their schooling, provided grants to Indigenous students to make post-secondary education more accessible, and more!

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Systems and Computer Engineering Society (SCESOC)

The Carleton Systems and Computer Engineering Society (SCESoc) is a society for the students of the Systems and Computer Engineering Department, which includes Biomedical and Electrical, Communications, Computer Systems, and Software Engineering.

We hold a large variety of events, such as professional and technical skill development workshops, social gatherings, and networking opportunities. Our goal is to help anybody (and everybody) branch out in SCE related fields, and have fun while doing so!

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Women in Leadership Carleton (WilCarleton)

The purpose of the Women in Leadership Carleton is to strive to create and maintain a supportive, inclusive, and educational space for women-identifying students in the Carleton community. The goal is to lend our help and support to women in the Carleton community and the surrounding areas by providing philanthropic aid, mentorship events, and career-building seminars. Ultimately, we want to build a strong community highlighting all the women in leadership.

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Carleton Academic Student Government (CASG)

Carleton Academic Student Government (CASG) is an organization that has operated on campus at Carleton University since 1969. Our objective is to function as an intermediary between students, faculty and administration, allowing students to influence the University’s administration and governance.

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Carleton Health Science Society

Connecting students to the faculty and to each other through social and academic events.

Voicing concerns and suggestions on behalf of the department, to better the undergrad experience.

Representing Health Science Students in other Carleton associations such as the CSSS and CASG.

Carleton Moot Team

The Carleton Moot Team is an arm of the Carleton Law and Legal Studies Society. The goal of the Moot Team is to enable members in developing their oral advocacy and legal argumentation skills by preparing for and participating in mooting tournaments. Senior members serve as leaders and mentors for newer mooters. The Carleton Moot Team has had tremendous success, winning multiple national undergraduate mooting titles in recent years. The Carleton Moot Team continues this tradition of excellence in order to best prepare our members for further legal education and employment, as well as represent our school throughout the country in undergraduate tournaments.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Dance Crew

One of Carleton’s biggest recreational dance crews. So you think you can’t dance? YOU CAN! Join us as we learn different styles and routines! Everything that we do goes towards our Dance Showcase every March! It gets bigger and bigger every year! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be apart of it!

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Carleton University In Space (CUINSPACE)

CU InSpace is a dynamic engineering competition team that specializes in the production of high powered rockets. The team is comprised of undergraduate students that have a passion for rockets and design. Founded in 2015, CU InSpace works to compete in the annual Spaceport America Cup and the Launch Canada Challenge by launching the team’s rocket and a 10 lb payload to an altitude of 10,000 or 30,000 feet above the surface of the Earth.

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Carleton University Kendo Club

We are a student-run competitive club dedicated to practicing the Japanese martial art of Kendo – the Way of the Sword. We compete at intercollegiate and national events supported by the Canadian Kendo Federation. Outside of tournaments and practice, we hold events and gatherings which any member, old or new, are welcome to attend. We’re a tight-knit group of friends and are always enthusiastic for new members to join us!

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Carleton University New Democrats

The Carleton New Democrats is a group constituted in an effort to further the cause of the New Democratic Party—both federally and provincially—by bringing its ideals and policies to students at Carleton University. The Carleton New Democrats’ dynamic membership represents various “progressive Left” ideologies, and this diversity is united under the common belief that the New Democratic Party presents the best option for government in Canada and Ontario

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Carleton University Philosophy Society (CUPS)

Carleton University Philosophy Society (CUPS) is a student-led society for undergrad and master’s students interested in the exchange and discussion of philosophical ideas. Past topics include philosophy of music, metaethics, and women in early modern philosophy. Discussion groups are held throughout the term and all are welcome!

Co-Operative Education

Co-operative Education combines traditional, in-class education with hands-on experience. Co-op students alternate study terms at Carleton with four, eight, twelve or sixteen month work terms. Co-operative Education is available in a wide selection of Graduate and Undergraduate programs at Carleton.

Insight @ CU

A community of like-minded students passionate about international development!

North American Association of Indian Students- Carleton University (NAAIS- Carleton)

The North American Association of Indian Students at Carleton (NAAIS- Carleton) is a ‘home away from home’ for Carleton’s Indian and Indo-Canadian grad and undergrad students. By hosting a variety of cultural and community building events and activities, NAAIS- Carleton is a community of Indian students, all working together to make the transition to Ottawa-Canadian lifestyle easier. Join NAAIS-Carleton to volunteer at our events and to network with fellow Indian students from a variety of programs! our events are not just open for Indians or those with Indian roots but for everyone who’s interested in Indian culture and lifestyle.

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Psychology Society of Carleton University (PSCU)

The Psychology Society is a group of students who are passionate about providing resources for other Psychology students at Carleton University. We aim to help guide Psychology students through their time at Carleton with our educational events, aid their well-being with giveaways and fun activities, as well as make a meaningful difference in our community with our fundraiser campaigns. Become a member and join us!

Ravens Rowing

Ravens Rowing is a varsity team within the Carleton athletics department. The team is looking for athletes with minimal or NO previous rowing experience to join our Novice team for varsity development. A strong athletic background in other sports such as cycling, running, and cross-country skiing is beneficial but not a requirement. Our experienced coaches will start with the basics and build up your technique over the course of the first season. After that, continued training with the varsity team over the winter will allow you to attend varsity tryouts the following fall. We train out of the Ottawa Rowing Club 6 mornings per week in September and October. There will be about 3 regattas (competitions) that the Novice team will compete in against other university novice teams from across the province. We are also looking for coxswains to start as soon as possible. You do not need to have previous experience and will be trained by our coaches. Coxswains are vital to rowing as they command and motivate the rowers. Coxswains are typically people with smaller builds.

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Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Sprott Marketing Student Association

The Sprott Marketing Students’ Association (SMSA) aims to provide the best academic, networking, and social opportunities for Marketing and business students. SMSA organizes various events to provide students a broader insight in the Marketing and business industry.

Student Energy Carleton

Student Energy Carleton is an interdisciplinary student-run environmental organization working to transition the world to a cleaner, more sustainable future. We provide opportunities for students in any program to access professional development workshops, networking events, and informative conferences. We also hold events with figures like Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, and do social events like hikes and barbecues. Through working with Student Energy, you can be a part of a global movement with over 50 chapters worldwide.

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Carleton Cam’s Kids

The Cam’s Kids Foundation is a not-for-profit organization established in 2015 in memory of Cameron Hicks, who suffered from anxiety in his early teens and learned to overcome it. He was 19 years old attending the University of Ottawa when he was fatally struck by a motor vehicle. Cam’s Kids Ambassadors are young people who care about mental wellness, helping others and who are inspired to carry on Cam’s legacy of love, kindness, and compassion. They are instrumental in Cam’s Kids commitment to: “Supporting Young People Struggling with Anxiety”

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Carleton Law and Legal Studies Society (CLLSS)

The Carleton Law Society attempts to create a unified legal studies society that looks to engage students within the Department of Law as well as other departments to become involved and further their legal knowledge. As a society we attempt to work with all organizations to further the study of law at Carleton. Are goal is to spread legal knowledge over campus, through academic and social events. The Law Society, as a representative for the Department of Law & Legal Studies, strives to promote a legal understanding across campus.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Firearms Association

The Carleton University Firearms Association (CFA) is a student-run club, based out of Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. The CFA is dedicated to promoting firearms education, providing a safe experience with firearms for students and encouraging participation in sports shooting. We are a non-partisan club that provides students with practical information regarding firearm ownership in Canada and develop the next generation of knowledgeable Canadian firearms owners. At events, we always ensure that our members and guests adhere to the rules outlined in Canadian firearms law, and range operation & safety rules when discharging firearms. The CFA welcomes new and experienced firearms owners and enthusiasts.

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Carleton University Ski and Snowboard Club

We love skiing and snowboarding, and we make it accessible to students. In regular years, we do cheap weekly trips to Mont Tremblant, and have various social events with the Ottawa ski and snowboard community. All levels welcome, just bring your stoke!

Carleton University Physics Society (CUPS)

The Carleton University Physics Society (CUPS) is a student run society which represents undergraduate physics students at Carleton. We usually hold a number of fun events throughout the year including our flagship Pizza And A Prof events where we invite members of the physics faculty to come and give talks on various interesting physics topics followed by pizza and discussions with students. Despite the changes to classes this year we will be working hard to hold many fun events remotely and are looking forward to having you join us. You can follow us on Facebook and other social media to stay updated on our activities and email us at physsoc@physics.carleton.ca if you have any questions.

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Carleton Women in Computer Science

Our mission:We are a dedicated community at Carleton University whose mission is to establish a positive learning environment for women in computing at all academic levels.
Our GOALS:

  • Recruit more women to pursue degrees in CS fields.
  • Foster an environment to support current students to learn CS with confidence.
  • Allow students to build networks, socialize through events and collaborate in different projects.
  • Provide female students with opportunities to network and learn from professionals in the field.

CUSA Wellness Centre

The Wellness Centre is CUSA’s peer-to-peer mentorship centre, focusing on helping students care for their physical, mental and emotional health. We offer peer support office hours, wellness programs and events, a variety of on and off campus resources, and weekly prizes!

FITA

The From Intention to Action (FITA) program supports undergraduate and graduate students in the often stressful university experience. We help students to better manage stress and improve their academic performance, by navigating the personal stressors that can often get in the way of school. FIT: Action students meet 1-on-1 with a Coordinator for 1 hour every week for 12 consecutive weeks. Our Coordinators are staff members or Master’s-level interns trained in counseling and psychotherapy.

Often students feel overwhelmed and aren’t sure where to go. The most common ways we help are supportive counseling, stress management, coping skills, time management, and learning strategies.

Pride and Science Alliance (PSA)

We are a student-led group meaning to foster inclusion and create a space for LGBTQ+ STEM students. We will be holding panels, game/movie nights, hosting fundraisers and more. We hold space via the application discord, where our server is set-up via an email and password system to protect our members.

Ravens Rhythm

We cheer, dance and volunteer! We are student ambassadors who proudly wear the Ravens brand! We perform in person and virtually, and we have both dance and stunt.

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RISE

The Racialized & International Student Experience is a lounge for students of all ethnicities and international backgrounds on campus to gather to kick back, relax and socialize with fellow students. RISE aims to be a safe(r) space for Carleton students of all racial, ethnic, cultural and international identities through peer-to-peer dialogue, programming, and support. RISE hosts a series of events throughout the year designed to celebrate international diversity and explore multiculturalism within the Carleton community

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Sprott International Business Association (SIBA)

The Sprott International Business Association is a student-led organization for Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Commerce, International Business students. We run a variety of events and initiatives, all with the goal of improving the students’ academic and networking skills.

Voices Against Violence Carleton (VAV)

Voices Against Violence Carleton is a group dedicated to promoting gender equality and putting an end to gender-based violence. We both prepare and perform a rendition of the Vagina Monologues and host silent auctions to raise money for local charities that provide support services. This past year, we raised money for both the Minwaashin Lodge and the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa.

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Anime @ Carleton

Anime@Carleton (A@C), devoted to the exposure of Japanese animation “Anime” at Carleton University! The club is meant to be a medium through which students and the Anime community in Ottawa can share their love of Anime. We hold weekly Anime showings, which encourage you to meet fellow Anime fans and Japanophiles. We’ve also hosted various sushi nights, game nights, and movie outings! Anyone can come out to our events from the simply curious, to the serious Anime fans. Many new and popular 2021 anime series and movies will be shown this year so we hope to see you at the showings!

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Carleton Neuroscience Society

The objective of this organization is to promote awareness and a sense of place in the Carleton community for those who are interested in neuroscience. The CNS is committed to creating and participating in events that promote education and the development of camaraderie for all students interested in the field of neuroscience.
We will work towards creating networks between students, faculty and those in research positions, both within the University and in the local Ottawa community. We will act as a valuable support network for our members both academically and sociably. We hope to promote neuroscience study and research as a distinct field of research and department within the Carleton community.
The main goals of the CNS:
• To promote the study and research within the field of neuroscience;
• To create an academic and social network for students interested in this field of study;
• To inform other students within the community on the importance of neuroscience research;
• To help our members to expand their knowledge and understanding of neuroscience research.

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Carleton Political Science Society (CPSS)

The Carleton Political Science Society (CPSS) has made its mission to provide a social environment for
politically inclined students and faculty. By hosting social events, including Model Parliament, academic check ins, professional development sessions and more, CPSS aims to involve all political science students at Carleton University.

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Carleton Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club

The Carleton Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club aims to educate undergraduate students who want to pursue veterinary medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College or other international institutions. One of our main goals is to educate students on the application process by hosting representatives from various veterinary colleges within Ontario and internationally. Students are able to ask questions and receive accurate information in regards to their applications. In addition, we organize events that introduce students to various animal related volunteer or work opportunities. These events allow students to network with veterinary professionals as well as meet other students who share their goal of becoming a veterinarian. Some previous events that have been organized include tours of the Ottawa Humane Society and wildlife sanctuaries, fundraising events for various animal organizations, and guest speakers who have come to talk to students about their experiences in veterinary medicine.

Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton University Biomedical Engineering Society

The Carleton University Biomedical Engineering Society (CUBES) is a student-run organization that aims to support biomedical engineering students and connect them to the Carleton engineering community. In addition to providing professional development and networking opportunities, CUBES hosts a variety of social and academic events, including study sessions, hospital tours, and the annual purple-lab coat barbecue.

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Carleton University Thrive and Encourage

C.U.T.E. hope to give people a break from the constant stress and pressure of university life and bring them back to a child-like state of joy from professional adult-like life. Through stress-relieving activities and student-to-student connections, our goal is to create a positive and relaxing environment for everyone.

Carleton University Trap and Skeet

CU Trap and Skeet aims to teach students about Trap and Skeet shooting, and to get them involved in the shooting sports. We are a competitive team holds weekly practices for our members and runs events for anyone interested in shooting shotguns. We are an inclusive and diverse group of students who share a passion for skeet shooting and want to share the sport with Carleton students.

Carleton University Student French Association (CUSFA)

The Carleton University Student French Association (CUSFA) is an academic club, which aims at building a vibrant community to celebrate French culture. We work closely with the club Francophone and the Department of French to offer support and networking opportunities to students. Join us for fun events, exciting giveaways, trivia nights and much more.

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Climate Action Carleton

Climate Action Carleton is a grassroots activist organization that works to mobilize Carleton students to take anti-colonial climate action. We are an accessible and welcoming group that aims to bring together like minded students to both start making a change and to discuss issues of climate justice within an organic structure where everyone has a voice and can take on various roles if they so choose.

Climate Action Carleton has several goals that we hope our club will accomplish. Broadly speaking, they are related to: activism, mobilization, and education surrounding issues of climate justice.

FITA

The From Intention to Action (FITA) program supports undergraduate and graduate students in the often stressful university experience. We help students to better manage stress and improve their academic performance, by navigating the personal stressors that can often get in the way of school. FIT: Action students meet 1-on-1 with a Coordinator for 1 hour every week for 12 consecutive weeks. Our Coordinators are staff members or Master’s-level interns trained in counseling and psychotherapy.

Often students feel overwhelmed and aren’t sure where to go. The most common ways we help are supportive counseling, stress management, coping skills, time management, and learning strategies.

Ravens Dance Pak

Ravens Dance Pak, the only competitive dance team on campus, has been providing its members with an artistic outlet where they are encouraged to share their talent, creativity and passion in a safe and positive environment since 2011. The team trains three times a week in genres including: ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, lyrical, and hip-hop. Traditionally we compete at two competitions against other university dance teams and are hoping to have the opportunity to do so this year. Follow us on Instagram @ravensdancepak for more information!

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Sock’n’Buskin (SnB)

Founded in 1943, Sock ‘n’ Buskin is Carleton University’s oldest running club. Our goal is to create a fun, inclusive, and supportive community at Carleton University for those that love theatre in any way, shape or form. There are a number of performances each year that vary greatly in content and style, and there are many ways to be involved: not only through the cast and production team of each show, but also by participating in community events. These are organized by Sock ‘n’ Buskin’s board of executives, led by two Artistic Directors, who plan and oversee every project to ensure that it is made with the heart and passion Sock ‘n’ Buskin is founded upon.

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Sprott Accounting Students Association

The aim of the Sprott Accounting Students’ Association is to deliver unparalleled opportunities for Sprott accounting students to grow their professional networks and explore the various career options available to them throughout and after university. We run thoughtful and innovative events and initiatives that advance students’ professional skill sets through the hosting of skill-building events such as workshops, panels, and volunteering opportunities.

TAMID Group at Carleton

TAMID Group is a nonprofit, apolitical and areligious organization that exists to develop the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interactions with the Israeli economy.

TAMID integrates the next generations of entrepreneurs and business professionals with Israel through a comprehensive education curriculum, pro-bono consulting for Israeli startups, capital market investment research, and an opportunity for a summer internship program in Israel.

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AIESEC in Carleton

AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-run organization. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, change the world and garner the experience and skills that matter today. AIESEC in Canada has over 60 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally-minded responsible leaders through partnerships with business, government, and institutions of higher education. While Canadian students abroad grow through their international experiences, local members drive operations and develop cross-cultural sensitivity, and a variety of transferable skills that they can bring to their future workplaces.

Carleton eggX

Many of us want to create something that benefits ourselves and the people around us but not many of us know how. We aim to make coding more approachable to all kinds of students so that everyone can come together to share their love for digital technology.

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Carleton FinTech Club

The Carleton FinTech club is a student-led organization that represents students interested in the growing Finance & Technology sectors. We organize workshops, informational sessions, and networking events surrounding topics such as AI, blockchain, cryptocurrency, and mobile banking. Students from all departments are welcome!

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Carleton International Relations Society

The Carleton International Relations Society (CIRS) is a non-partisan, student-run academic society focused on creating an engaging environment where students from all faculties and disciplines can come together to express their passion for international relations. This is accomplished by hosting various events, from political discussion nights to embassy/high commission visits, and a whole lot more! Our goal is not only to educate and expose our members to new and provocative issues within the domain of international affairs, but to also encourage leadership, participation, and success through connections.

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Carleton Pre Dental Society

Carleton Pre Dental Society is an organization aimed at sparking interest for Carleton University students to pursue a career in Dentistry! Our organization provides interested students with resources and opportunities to help them along their pathway towards Dentistry.

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Carleton Student Engineering Society

The Carleton Student Engineering Society (or CSES) has been serving the students of Carleton Engineering for more than 35 years. Our goal is to provide our members with academic, professional, and social resources to help them make the most of their four (or more) years at Carleton. All aspects of CSES are volunteer-run. CSES strives to offer many volunteer positions and encourages students to get involved.

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Carleton United National Society (UNS)

The United Nations Society is a student club at Carleton University. It is a forum for the discussion of international affairs and a team which competes in Model United Nations (MUN) conferences. The Society is a non-partisan, not-for profit and apolitical organization that is in no way affiliated with the actual United Nations.

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Carleton University Women in Science and Engineering (CU-WISE)

CU-WiSE was re-established in 2007 and is Carleton University’s official WISE chapter. WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) is a global movement that encourages women in the fields of science, engineering, and mathematics. This includes motivating young ladies to pursue STEM fields, as well as supporting the women currently in STEM fields.

At CU-WiSE we inspire our members with programs such as mentorships, seminars, workshops, study groups, networking events, movie nights, destress stretching, self-defense courses, skating parties, and much more.

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Carleton Women’s Water Polo

The women’s water polo club at Carleton is a fun, team environment, which offers competitive water polo playing opportunities against a number of university teams from Ontario. The team is a fun way to get involved in the sport and to travel within Ontario for tournaments at other universities.

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CUSA Gender and Sexuality Resources Centre

The GSRC is a CUSA service centre which fosters an inclusive environment for 2SLGBTQ+ folks at Carleton and in the broader Ottawa community. We run social and educational events, and provide a wide variety of resources and services for the queer and trans community. Come check out our events, find out more about our volunteering opportunities, or browse our queer and trans library collection!

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Figure Skating

Ravens Figure Skating is recognized as a CU Competitive Club allowing student-athletes to continue to train and compete in the sport they love while completing their academic studies. In a typical, non-covid year we practice four times per week at the Carleton University Ice House and compete in three Ontario University Athletics (OUA) interuniversity competitions each season. (Last season was a modified training season to reflect all covid protocols). We are currently recruiting high level free skaters, ice dancers, and skaters with Intermediate or Open level synchronized skating experience or above. The minimum test level standard is Jr.Silver/STAR 8.

Science Student Success Centre

The Science Student Success Centre helps all undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science define and achieve their academic, career, and social goals.

The Science Student Success Centre (SSSC) is the primary academic support unit for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science. The SSSC team is made up of students, staff, and faculty who know what students studying science need to succeed throughout their undergraduate degree. The mentors at the SSSC help students achieve their goals by providing access to peer mentoring, resources, workshops, events, and other activities that help improve university performance and enhance personal success.

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Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) is one of students’ first stops when they arrive at Carleton University! We facilitate student-centered learning that enhances the university experience by offering transition support, leadership opportunities, and experiential learning programs.

Unified Support Centre

The Unified Support Centre (USC) is a new volunteer-based space consisting of the Food Centre, an on-campus food support and advocacy service, and Foot Patrol, a safe walk service. The USC strives to offer direct, timely, and substantive support to the Carleton community.

Visual Arts Carleton

Interested in art and/or want a fun way to relax? Visual Arts Carleton is the club for you! We are a friendly, casual art club where you can meet friends and complete a different art project every week! Everyone is welcome, and attendance is flexible.

World University Service Of Canada Carleton

WUSC Carleton is a local committee of the World University Service of Canada, aiming to provide an inclusive community for student refugees on our campus and advocate for a better world through education. WUSC is a network of students, faculty, development professionals and volunteers across multiple Canadian universities supporting the organization through the Student Refugee Program and promoting awareness of refugee issues on campus.

The Student Refugee Program is the main focus of our local committee’s work on campus. Since 1978, WUSC Carleton has welcomed two refugee students annually from various conflict zones to complete a university degree. We sponsor the students for a year to provide them access to the education they deserve by creating a support system to help ease their transition into becoming permanent Canadian residents.

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