Expo 2023 will be taking place September 5.
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Wondering what clubs, societies and services will be attending Expo Carleton? Take a look below at our list of Exhibitors.
- Access Carleton
Access Carleton is a club that is based on promoting awareness about disability justice and developing events that are accessible and promote community engagement at Carleton.
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- African Francophone Students Association (AFSA)
Welcome to the vibrant world of our African Francophone Student Club! Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of cultures, languages, and traditions from across the Francophone part of the African continent. Join us as we embark on a journey of unity, celebration, and discovery. From captivating events that showcase our diverse heritage to engaging discussions that foster understanding, our club is a vibrant hub of cultural exchange. Experience the warmth, creativity, and dynamism of Africa’s Francophone nations as we come together to celebrate our roots and create lifelong connections.
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- All About The Self (AAtheSelf)
We are a community of people interested in fashion and working towards helping people build their self-esteem through fashion but yet teaching them not to be in bondage to what they wear or design.
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- Amnesty Carleton
Amnesty Carleton is a human rights club that focuses on activism and bringing awareness of social issues that happen within Canada and around the world. By partnering with local Ottawa Human Rights Organizations we want to promote events and advocate for policy changes. Every individual who is part of our team will have the opportunity to be part of a change that will be foreseen in the future.
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- Animal Rights Carleton (ARC)
Animal Rights Carleton (ARC) is a club and social group dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals across the world. Our main goal is to better inform the public and fellow students on issues pertaining to animal ethics, environmental impact, and personal health. We are a club open to everyone, not just vegan or vegetarians. This year, we’d like to visit animal sanctuaries, read and watch animal rights media, host socials at plant-based restaurants, and invite open discussion.
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Anime@Carleton (A@C) is devoted to the exposure of and provides a community to connect, discuss, and socialize over mutual interests and passions in Japanese as well as East Asian animation and media at Carleton. We hold weekly showings of a diverse selection of anime shows and movies in addition to hosting club dinners, anime theatre excursions, and other club activities as well as providing benefits like club discounts to anime conventions such as Anime North. Everyone is welcome to join, attend, and participate in the club from those simply curious and interested to those more earnest and passionate.
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- Asian Canadians Association Carleton (ACAC)
Asian Canadians Association Carleton (ACAC) is an organization that strives towards creating a social community dedicated to hosting inclusive and unique events both on and off campus to engage students. We aim to encourage awareness and discussion surrounding Asian Canadian experiences and issues. Asian Canadian experiences and issues may be experiences that are unique or disproportionately affect individuals of Asian ancestry living in Canada. Individuals of Asian ancestry explicitly includes individuals whose ancestors originated from the continent of Asia, and includes Indigenous, multi-racial, and Black-Asian individuals. ACAC hosts educational, social, and cultural events both on and off campus which centre Asian Canadian experiences. These events may include movie showings, guest speakers, restaurant outings, social events, and galas. We welcome students and individuals from all backgrounds, regardless of ancestry, who are interested in learning more about Asian Canadian experiences and cultures.
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- AzSA Ottawa
The Azerbaijani Students’ Association of Ottawa, based at Carleton University, is a chance to create positive relationships with other cultural groups around campus by connecting through culturally enriching events, meetings and more! AzSA strives to encourage unity and diversity, as well as provide opportunities for engagement for the Azerbaijani and non-Azerbaijani population in our educational institutions. We welcome all interested students to attend our meetings, social gatherings and other cultural events.
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- Bachelors of Social Work Student Society
The BSWSS a student-led organization for the School of Social Work. We are a team who volunteers our time to: represent students in various faculty meetings and committees, facilitate discussions and learning amongst our student body, create opportunities for networking, relationship building, provide peer support, and answer questions.
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- BGInS Students' Society
We are the advocacy and social body for BGInS Students on campus or any other students who think GINS is awesome!
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- Black Students' Alliance (BSA)
The goal of the Black Student Alliance is to create an avenue for Black students and all students who support the Black experience, to feel a sense of community on campus. This organization will provide support for all Black students on campus regardless of nationality, culture, religion, or ethnicity. Our goal is to increase Black representation on campus and to ensure that all Black students can be heard and supported with their academic and communal endeavours. We aim to foster an inclusive space on campus where Black students can express themselves and discuss issues alongside allies. This includes political, economic, and social issues affecting the Black community. Our goal is to create a legacy by engaging in discourse surrounding topics such as mental health, world issues, campus issues, Black representation on campus, racism, whiteness, and beyond.
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- Bridges Carleton
Welcome to Canada! We are glad you’re here! We are a community bringing together International Students from around the world through mutual support, friendship, learning and faith.
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- Cam's Kids Carleton
Cam’s Kids is a non-profit organization committed to supporting young people who are struggling with anxiety. Here are Carleton University, Cam’s Kids works towards creating awareness of common anxiety symptoms in young people along with providing tools, lifestyle tips, resources, and events related to anxiety management. Our team of Ambassadors encourage the use of peer-to-peer support through sharing personal experiences, raising awareness of mental health, and creating a judgement-free community on campus.
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- Campus Safety Services
Campus Safety Services (Protection Through Partnership 24/7) is located on the main floor of Pigiarvik (ᐱᒋᐊᕐᕕᒃ) – formerly Robertson Hall. Offers 24/7, 365 days a year emergency services and day-to-day community supports staffed by professional Communication Operators, Student Safety Patrollers (for those interested in a job opportunity), and Special Constables who are qualified sworn peace officers. CSS strives to maintain a safe and inclusive campus for all members of our community. Campus Safety has an Engagement and Inclusion Officer Program which supports CSS’s engagement and interaction with our campus community while also building mutual respect and trust between community members and officers. Our Engagement and Inclusion Officer and Community Safety Coordinator’s offices are located in the Teraanga Commons building. If you’re working late on campus, you can have a member check on you either by phone or in person as part of the Work Late program. There is also the Safe Walk program if you feel more comfortable having a uniformed member walk with you to your on-campus destination (bus, parking lot, class, residence room, edge of campus etc.)
Want to learn more? Contact us via email – CampusSafetyServices@cunet.carleton.ca
- Career Services
Career Services is Carleton University’s centralized office supporting all students and alumni across the different disciplines and levels of study on their career paths. Through innovative programming and collaborative initiatives, Career Services at Carleton University empowers students and alumni for career success. Our professional staff support career learning and skill development through education, network building and hands-on experience. We bridge and connect industry professionals with the Carleton University community to meet current and future societal needs
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- Caribbean Student Association (CSA)
The Caribbean Student Association works towards creating a welcoming and inclusive community for Caribbean students and their allies at Carleton University, while also promoting awareness and appreciation of Caribbean culture and heritage. The Caribbean Student Association will foster a sense of belonging and support for Caribbean students, as well as those interested in Caribbean culture, by providing a space for networking, mentorship, and social activities.
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- Carleton Academic Student Government (CASG)
Carleton Academic Student Government (CASG) was created out of a desire for student’s input in academic decision-making. Our objective is to function as an intermediary between students, faculty and administration, allowing students to have a voice on academic decision making as well as influence the University’s administration and governance. As such, CASG is recognized as the student wing of the administration operating under the Senate of Carleton; the highest decision-making academic governance body at Carleton. If academic advocacy interest you, then make sure to fill out the self nomination form in mid-September to represent your department on CASG Council. Councillors are required to attend monthly council meetings and sit on at least one committee, no prior experience is required. This is a great opportunity to get involved with student leadership at Carleton! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @casg_online to find out more ways to get involved and stay up to date with our advocacy efforts. If you are interested in representing your department and advocating on behalf of academic issues then CASG Council is the place for you!
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- Carleton Applied and Theoretical Linguistics Society (CATL)
The Carleton Applied and Theoretical Linguistics Society (CATL) is an academic student society that provides a space for students interested in languages, linguistics, and related areas including, but not limited to, those in the Linguistics, Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, and Modern Languages programs at Carleton to connect with peers and learn together. This society hosts events such as casual hangouts and guest speakers, and is open to all CU students!
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- Carleton Archery Club
The Carleton Archery Club is a beginner-friendly archery club that provides members of the Carleton student community and wider community in Ottawa with the opportunity to safely practice archery on Carleton University’s campus. We pride ourselves in providing a social, student-friendly atmosphere where members can work on both learning and improving their archery skills.
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- Carleton Artificial Intelligence Society
The Carleton Artificial Intelligence Society is all about learning, practicing and sharing knowledge of the increasingly interesting field of AI. 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. CAIS envisions fostering a community of diverse, talented, and responsible individuals passionate about data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning that considers the ethical and social implications of their work.
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- Carleton Artistic Swimming Team
Carleton University Ravens Artistic Swimming Club was started in 2012, and has continued to grow as a student-run competitive club. We have a novice program for people trying synchro for the first time, and a competitive program for people with artistic swimming experience. In the 2022-2023 season, our club had one competitive team, a novice team, a competitive solo and a novice solo. Whether your background is in artistic swimming or not, we will place you in a group that suits you – We have a spot for everyone!
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- Carleton Book Arts Society
The Carleton Book Arts Society (CBAS) is open to students at any level of study (undergraduate, graduate, certificate, etc) and any level of experience, shall foster and support members’ collective and individual interests in all related fields of the book arts, including but not limited to, letterpress printing, linocutting, wood engraving, calligraphy, paper decorating, and book binding. Additionally, where possible, we aim to foster any and all academic or scholarly discussions relating to the fields of book history and print culture to inform members’ approach to the book arts. We also seeks to cultivate student’s engagement with the book arts/print culture communities in and around Ottawa/Ontario. We aim to foster an inclusive and interdisciplinary community of students whose varying positionalities and academic interests can impact and challenge the way we understand the book and material ephemera (broadsides / posters, pamphlets, cards, stickers, letters etc). We seek to empower students to use book arts equipment and techniques to elevate their own voices, explore new things, get messy, and have fun.
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- Carleton Book Ravens
Carleton Book Raven’s is Carleton’s official student-led bookclub! Whether you are an avid bookworm, casual reader, or just wanting to pick up a new hobby, this is the place to be and everyone is welcome! We read a wide variety of books and then discuss them at our monthly meetings. Be sure to stop by for interesting conversations, the opportunity to meet new people, and maybe even find your next favourite book!
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- Carleton Campus Conservatives
The CCC supports the principles of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and the Conservative Party of Canada as stated in their constitutions. Their objectives include: To aid in the election of conservative candidates on all levels of government. To encourage and assist the organization and active functioning of the CPC and the PCPO. To develop political and leadership skills among conservative students as preparation for future service by them to the CPC and the PCPO, their community and their country.
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- Carleton Chemistry and Biochemistry Society
The Carleton Chemistry and Biochemistry Society is an academic society geared toward hosting fun events and get-togethers where you can meet other students in your program!
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- Carleton Chess
Carletons Chess Club is a community of chess enthusiasts, where players of all levels come together to share their passion for chess. Whether you’re grandmaster level or just starting to learn the rules, our club is open for everyone to enjoy and improve their chess skills. We offer all types of events from casual play to tournaments. We encourage you to come and explore the world of chess with us!
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- Carleton Classics Society
The Carleton University Classics Society is an academic society that brings together students from the Greek and Roman Studies Department and those with an interest in art, history, and classics. The Classics Society hosts academic events such as “Meet the Professor” Nights, and social events such as classics-themed Movie Nights to forge a welcoming community for students. We welcome anyone who is interested in seeing what the Greek and Roman Studies Department is all about!
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- Carleton Climate Commons Working Group
The Carleton Climate Commons Working Group brings together faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students at Carleton University to discuss climate change and climate justice issues in relation to the humanities and social sciences, the university, and society, as well as to plan events and actions. We have weekly “Noons for Now” events, participate in the annual September Climate March, promote and collaborate on climate related events at Carleton and in the city. CCC has often had students working on events and publicity with us in volunteer positions. We are a hub for students in Environmental Studies, the new Environmental and Climate Humanities (EACH) minor in FASS, and the interdisciplinary master’s degree in Climate Change studies.
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- Carleton Climbing Club
The Carleton Climbing Club welcomes climbers from all backgrounds and skill levels to find community and climbing friends here at Carleton.
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- Carleton Cognitive Science Association (CCSA)
The Carleton Cognitive Science Association (CCSA) works towards establishing a more involved, active, and integrated cognitive science community for any and all students interested. The CCSA brings people together, be it for social or academic reasons. Working with students, faculty, and other members of the community, the association provides a set of resources to learn and succeed or otherwise create a positive Carleton University experience.
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- Carleton Communications Society (CCS)
CCS is an undergraduate student society organized and run by and for Communications Students. We provide opportunities for members by integrating fundraising initiatives, a mentorship program, social nights, and professional activities throughout the year. CCS is a great way to network, meet your professors and peers and see how a degree in CoMs can benefit you.
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- Carleton Competitive Cheerleading Team
Carleton’s competitive cheerleading team! We take athletes of all shape and size, ability and gender and attend competitions within Canada and the occasional international competition. It is a wonderful place to meet people outside of your year and program and stay fit throughout the year!
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- Carleton Computer Science Society
The Carleton Computer Science Society is a student led organization that represents all computer science students attending Carleton University. We host residence guide panels, coding competitions, and job-related events as well.
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- Carleton Cork & Taste Society
The Cork & Taste Society is Carleton University’s dedicated wine society. We aim to enlighten students about the vast and complex world of wines through social and educational events.
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- Carleton Cybersecurity Club
The Cybersecurity club is a safe space to discover the world of cybersecurity and meet students with similar interests. Our goal is to share our knowledge and improve our own by hosting workshops, meetups and participating in CTF (capture the flag) challenges, including competitions. The Carleton Cybersecurity Club aims to accommodate all skill levels and interests, with sessions conducted on topics like career paths, certifications, challenges, professional advice, and much more. We want to be as helpful as possible for several students who are keen on learning about cybersecurity.
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- Carleton Dancelab
Carleton Dancelab is a recreational dance club offered to students of all skill levels and ability. Regardless of previous dance experience we offer a judgement free space where members can share their love of dance, make new friends and stay active during the school year!
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- Carleton Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
Engineers Without Borders is a chapter of the national charity that is dedicated to leveraging engineering and technology to address global challenges in Canada and beyond. We are a space for the entire Carleton community, not just engineers, to work on a broad range of projects and issues. We look to strengthen the bonds between departments through collaborative work in social impact development. Come talk to us to learn how you can (EW)Be involved!
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- Carleton Esports
If you’re a gamer looking to make friends or compete in your favourite game then you’ve found the right place! At Carleton Esports we have teams in all major esports titles as well as frequent community game nights and social events throughout the year. Don’t be afraid to touch some grass and come chat with us at Expo!
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- Carleton Film Society
We’re a passionate community of movie enthusiasts celebrating the art of filmmaking. We’re dedicated to empowering the Carleton community by providing a platform for knowledge-sharing, learning opportunities, and accessible resources to help individuals express and share their unique stories through film. Collaborate on film projects, enhance your filmmaking skills through workshops and guest speaker presentations, and showcase your short films in our student-led festival.
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- Carleton Floorball Club
The Carleton Floorball Club is a club with the goal of spreading the great game of floorball across campus. The Carleton Floorball Club is inclusive of all people and skill levels, and hopes to build connections through sport and active moving.
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- Carleton Global Review
The Carleton Global Review is Carleton’s online international relations publication, aimed at providing an academic space for undergraduate students to engage with world issues.
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- Carleton Human Rights Society (CUHRS)
The 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, become active in the human rights field, and invest time and support towards Human Rights and Social Justice students while at Carleton, sharing useful tools and events.
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- Carleton Impact Club
Impact Carleton works towards creating long-lasting, positive change within the community. This organization is devoted to breaking down the stigma around poverty and homelessness and becoming a resource for those in need. Our goal is to get informed, inform our community, and most importantly, act collectively to effect real change.
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- Carleton International Relations Society
CIRS is intended to connect Carleton Students with diplomats, and government officials in the field of international relation. We host Q&As, embassy visits, and workshops that helps students with their plans for the futures. We also have networking events to help students meet people in the field.
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- Carleton Italian Cultural Association
We are a club dedicated to sharing and promoting Italian culture to Carleton students.
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- Carleton Lebanese Students Society (CLSS)
The Lebanese Club at Carleton is dedicated to celebrating Lebanese culture and fostering connections among students of Lebanese descent, international students, and immigrants. Emphasizing unity and inclusivity, we aim to create a respectful environment free from political, religious, or socio-economic divisions. Join us to be part of a strong and resilient Lebanese community on campus.
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- Carleton Men's Ultimate
The Ravens Open Ultimate Frisbee program is a competitive club consisting of an ‘A’ and ‘B’ team who compete in the eastern regions of Canada against other Universities and Colleges.
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- Carleton Music Club
A club for all music lovers! We are a place to discuss music, share music, and practice music. Our lively Discord is a community of passionate enthusiasts ready to collaborate, help, and enjoy. This year we plan to host student-led concerts, valuable guest speakers, professional studio sessions, as well as fun jams at the Carleton pianos. We hope to hear you there!
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- Carleton Music Ensembles
Carleton’s Music Program offers students across campus an opportunity to augment their academic studies with a musical experience in one of our ensembles. Choose from Choir, Chamber Ensemble, West African Rhythm, Fusion, Jazz and more. These ensembles provide opportunities to develop skills and explore new genres and repertoire with talented and experienced directors. Note: Some ensembles require an audition. Commitment is for weekly rehearsals that culminate in an end-of-term concert. No academic credit but eligible for a CCR credit.
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- Carleton Musical Theatre Society
Welcome to the Carleton Musical Theatre Society (CMTS)! We are a vibrant community of students and theatre enthusiasts passionate about bringing the magic of musical theatre to Carleton University. We celebrate creativity, expression, and storytelling through captivating productions and a supportive environment. Join us for unforgettable experiences on and off the stage as we make lasting memories together. Be a part of the magic at CMTS!
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- Carleton Navigators
The Carleton Navigators are a group of students who are seeking to know, love, and become like Jesus while helping our friends to do the same. We do this through weekly large groups, bible studies, mentoring, retreats and fun!
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- Carleton Nepalese Students' Association (NSA)
We are a cultural club dedicated to promoting and educating others about Nepalese culture and heritage. We aim to serve the Nepalese community here at Carleton University and foster a sound cultural and social camaraderie. We also provide a platform for Nepalese students at Carleton University to communicate with each other and the university.
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- Carleton Neuroscience Society (CNS)
The Carleton Neuroscience Society (CNS) is an undergraduate society dedicated to hosting social events for the neuroscience community at Carleton. Open to anyone, this society is a great way for undergraduate students to interact with their peers and profs in a non-academic setting. Our mission is to build relationships between members of the neuroscience community in order to create long-lasting friendships and provide networking opportunities to our bright students.
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- Carleton Pakistani Student Association
The Organization shall work towards the following goals: Creating a society and environment for students whose ethnic origins originate from the country of Pakistan or those who are interested in learning about the country. Creating a number of activities that will engage the Organization’s members in a way that educates the general public about the country of Pakistan. Working alongside other clubs to ensure that international students feel comfortable and settle into the culture of Canada as well as university appropriately. Engage the public with regular updates about the country, events, occasions, and such characteristics that define the country of Pakistan.
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- Carleton Pathways In STEM
Carleton Pathways in STEM is a club dedicated to helping STEM students find alternative careers outside their respective degrees. We believe that the analytic training that STEM students go through has various applicability and usefulness to a variety of their industries as well, and we are a club that aims to help STEM students better themselves. We aim to do this by having guest speakers with a STEM degree but working in a non-STEM industry come on campus and talk about how they got to where they are. We are also working on having career and skills workshops where we do resume-building and interview help. We also plan on having poster pitch competitions for students who want to go the entrepreneurial route.
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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 at Carleton University. By hosting various social and professional development events, including our infamous Model Parliament held on Parliament Hill, academic check-ins, networking nights with politicians, and more, CPSS aims to involve all political science students at Carleton University. Become a member of CPSS today and make life-long friends, engage with like-minded individuals, and become a part of a strong student network.
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- Carleton Pre-Dental Society
Our club aids undergraduate students in dentistry by providing support, information and resources specific to dental school admissions and the career.
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- Carleton Pride Society
We are dedicated to creating an inclusive campus community that celebrates and supports 2SLGBTQ+ individuals and their allies. We provide engaging events, educational workshops, and a supportive network, fostering understanding and empathy. Together, we advocate for equality, raise awareness, and stand united in our commitment to diversity.
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- Carleton Propulsion Club
Carleton Propulsion Club – a group of engineering students currently involved in building a bipropellant liquid rocket engine.
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- Carleton Quadball
Quadball is a unique, full-contact sport that mixes rugby, dodgeball, wrestling, and handball together into one high-paced sport. The sport is co-ed and there are multiple levels that you can play to including University level, Major league level, and National Level for Team Canada. You can travel and compete competitively around the globe playing a fun and competitive sport! We want players to learn new skills and find joy in the sport that we all love. We hope to continue to be a competitive team in Quidditch Canada and try and take 1st place this year.
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- Carleton Ravens Women's Water Polo
Carleton Ravens Women’s Water Polo team! A competitive team in the National Collegiate Water Polo league, Ravens water polo is a fun and welcoming environment.
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- Carleton Relay For Life
CU Relay for Life is a year-long campaign that encourages the Carleton community to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. It culminates in an annual event where participants come together and celebrate their philanthropic achievements with food, entertainment, interactive activities, and inspirational speakers.
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- Carleton Ringette Team
Carleton university ringette team. We practice and play twice a week and attend great tournaments around Ontario throughout the year. We will also be hosting the university challenge cup this Christmas.
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- Carleton Science Student Society (SciSoc)
The Carleton Science Student Society (SciSoc) is the largest science club at Carleton with every registered science student as a regular member! SciSoc has approximetly 80 active members who work hard throughout the year to create fun events (such as our annual Science Winter Formal), run our free services (such as lab coat rentals and printing), oversee our non-GPA based scholarship program, and more! SciSoc continuously works to foster a safe, inclusive, and equitable environment for all, and ensures that each and every one of you feels represented, heard, and supported within the Faculty of Science here at Carleton.
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- Carleton Squash Club
Hey Everyone! Whether you’ve never heard of squash before, or you’re a seasoned veteran, make the Carleton Squash Club your new adventure! Come join us for our regular weekly squash meetups, where you can learn, have fun and be part of our squash loving crew!
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- Carleton Table Tennis Club
Creating the opportunity to introduce those who are new to table tennis, and those who’re familiar with it an opportunity to practice and better their skills, and for all students a chance to get to know others who share this interest in the sport. To create friendly competition and promote activity through this casual yet professional sport that anyone can play.
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- 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. In light of the ongoing war in Ukraine, having a community for Ukrainians, and those interested in Ukraine, on campus is more important than ever. Anyone is invited to join the club! You don’t need to speak Ukrainian or already be involved in the community, you just have to be interested in the culture and motivated to support us!
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- Carleton Undergraduate Economics Society (CUES)
The Carleton Undergraduate Economics Society (CUES) is a student group associated with the Department of Economics. We strive to build a community outside of the classroom and maintain an inclusive environment by hosting a variety of social and academic events!
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- Carleton University Ananda Marga Yoga and Meditation Club
The Carleton University Ananda Marga Yoga and Meditation Club shall work towards: 1. Teaching Ananda Marga yoga, meditation and philosophy to students of Carleton University. 2. For this purpose the Organization shall conduct regular yoga and meditation classes, lectures, and organize a study group.
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- Carleton University Astronomy Club
The Carleton University Astronomy Club (CU Astro) is a student-run club that aims to give Carleton students the opportunity to experience space up close through our Astronomy Nights, hear about the latest advancements in space research at our Space Talks, and participate in astrophotography workshops. We aim to hold a space event of some kind every month throughout the school year.
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- Carleton University Blueprint (CU Blueprint)
CU Blueprint is a student-led initiative that provides non-profit organizations with free, innovative technology solutions while offering students the opportunity to apply their skills to real-world challenges with meaningful impact.
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- Carleton University Classics Society
The Carleton University Classics Society is an academic society that brings together students who are interested in classics, art, literature and history. We strive to forge a safe and welcoming community within the Greek and Roman Studies Department by hosting both academic events, such as “Meet the Professor” nights, and social events, such as movie and game nights. We encourage students from other programs to join and see what the Greek and Roman Studies department is all about!
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- Carleton University Criminology and Criminal Justice Society (CUCCJS)
The Carleton University Criminology and Criminal Justice Society (CUCCJS) is a student society whose goal is to identify and promote the common interests of criminology students at Carleton University. It operates as a vehicle for communication amongst students about criminal justice issues and increases opportunities for networking. The society is involved in arranging events for informal communication, tours of correctional facilities and speakers who have a particular expertise in the field of criminology and criminal justice.
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- Carleton University Dance Crew
So you think you can dance? You can! Carleton University Dance Crew is a fusion dance group that anyone can join where we learn different styles of dance. It’s a fun way to make your mark at Carleton University! We welcome everyone from true beginners to childhood prodigies. So if you have a heart for dance and are looking for somewhere to get started, we’d love to have you! (Did we mention it’s free?)
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- Carleton University Debating Society
CUDS is built to foster clearheaded and open-mined discussion among the individuals, communities, and organizations of Carleton University on a vast variety of issues. We work to develop the skills and confidence of all members of the society to better participate in such discussion and represent Carleton University and advance its reputation in debating competitions across the globe!
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- Carleton University Dragon Boat Club (CUDBC)
Carleton University Dragon Boat Club aims to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for Carleton students to participate in an accessible sport, build community with other students in a diverse selection of programs, and build confidence in their own physical abilities. Dragon Boat is a team sport that is open to a diverse range of ages, genders, and ability levels. To be a member of CUDBC there is no requirement for past experience in dragon boat or any other sport. To learn proper form and ensure the safety and well-being of all team members we hire coaches with extensive experience in dragon boat racing at competitive community and sport levels.
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- Carleton University Field Hockey Club
The Carleton University Field Hockey club is a co-Ed team that fosters skill-building and competition. We play year-round against other schools and local clubs and welcome all to tryout regardless of experience level!
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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 alongside other clubs at Carleton, as well as other Filipino Students’ Associations across Canada 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, with many more new fun and exciting events (incliding sporting ;) ) to come this year !
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- Carleton University Firearms Association
The CFA provides the students of Carleton University the opportunity to learn about firearms sports in Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, different shooting sports disciplines, firearms safety, proper storage, handling, legal transportation, and care. We aspire to educate people about firearms and the community that surrounds them, both locally and nationally. We also allow students to experience different types of firearms with an emphasis on competitive shooting sports. The CFA is an apolitical, non-partisan and non-profit organization.
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- Carleton University Glee Club
Glee Club is a vibrant and enthusiastic musical community that brings together individuals passionate about singing and performing. It is a creative outlet where members can unite, express themselves through music, and experience the joy of harmonizing. With a diverse repertoire, ranging from popular hits to classic tunes, Glee Club fosters a welcoming and inclusive environment, encouraging members to explore their vocal talents and build strong connections with one another. Through regular practices, rehearsals, and dynamic performances, Glee Club creates unforgettable musical experiences that resonate in the hearts of both its members and audiences.
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- Carleton University Health Promotion
Carleton’s Health Promotion Team offers opportunities for students to build their wellness toolbox on subjects like mental health, sexual health, substance use health, and healthy living choices. The Health Promotion Team empowers students to take control of their health by improving knowledge, skills, and awareness in all areas of student wellness!
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- Carleton University Human Rights Society
We advocate for justice by educating undergraduate students on current and past human right issues. Attend and participate in workshops, training and events in efforts to learn and improve allyship. Have the opportunity to network and meet people in your program and others in the Carleton community. Be a part of an organized philanthropic effort that supports a variety of human rights issues. Get Monthly Newsletters updating all members on club activities and updates. Join our monthly general member meetings. Have the opportunity to discuss human rights topics and connect with other members
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- Carleton University Kayak Club
Carleton University Kayak Club (CUKC) is one of Carleton University’s most exciting clubs! Whitewater kayaking may be a niche sport, but shooting a rapid or jumping waterfall gives a thrill like no other! Ottawa is the best place to learn the sport, people from around the world travel to kayak the Ottawa River. We are enthusiastic about introducing newcomers to the community, and offer lessons, two trips per year, and free gear rentals! Sign up for the fall or spring trip, practice and play games throughout the winter in the pool, and see all the community has to offer!
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- Carleton University Kendo Club (CU Kendo)
The Carleton University Kendo Club is a non-profit student-run competitive club that is dedicated to practicing the Japanese martial art of Kendo – the Way of the Sword. Our goal is to build a strong and dedicated Kendo community right here at Carleton University. We compete at intercollegiate and national events supported by the Canadian Kendo Federation. Outside of practice and tournaments, we hold events and gatherings in which any member, old or new, is welcome to attend. We welcome all beginners with no experience!
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- Carleton University Mathematics And Statistics Society (MathSoc))
CU Maths and Stat Society aims to represent and advocate the interests and concerns of undergraduate students of mathematics. The missions of the Society are to build an inclusive environment that brings students and faculty closer together, to enhance students experiences by organizing social and enrichment events, and to provide a platform to students where knowledge and discussion could be exchanged candidly.
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- Carleton University Mock Trial (CUMT)
The Carleton University Mock Trial Club aims to educate students on legal processes in Canada. Mock Trial is a fun, enriching, educational, and competitive activity that develops crucial skills in legal advocacy, public speaking, and more. In competitive fields such as law, it is far too often that people compete with each other instead of working together. Our core values are teamwork, collaboration, education, and confidence. We want every member to be able to gain confidence, learn more about judicial systems, and of course make friends with likeminded people.
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- Carleton University Moot Team
Moot Court replicates an appeal court case based on a recent Supreme Court case. Our team competes in various competitive and recreational tournaments each year.
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- Carleton University Nigerian Student Association
CUNSA is a club for Nigerians, by Nigerians. We strive to facilitate a sense of community among Nigerians in Carleton and to promote our cultural heritage as well.
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- Carleton University Photography Club (CUPC)
CUPC is a club for anyone with an interest in photography. Open to all levels of experience, we offer opportunities to connect with other photographers, go on photowalks, and learn technical skills with workshops. All that’s required is a desire to take photos and improve!
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- Carleton University Physics Society (CUPS)
The Carleton University Physics Society (CUPS) is a student led group which partners up with faculty and labs to provide both educational and social events for the student body. The most popular of events is a Pizza And Prof (PNP) event where a professor gives a short lecture on their current research followed by time to ask questions, and socialize with peers while eating pizza.
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- Carleton University Quiz & Trivia Association (CUQTA)
Welcome to the Carleton Quiz & Trivia Association! CUQTA is the only club on campus dedicated to trivia, and we meet twice weekly to play trivia in all kinds of topics and formats. Whether you’re into science, literature, history, memes, or anything in between, there should be something for you! Whether you want to compete in intercollegiate tournaments or just drop in on a casual basis, our club is open to players at all levels of commitment and skill. No prior trivia experience is required and we’re always looking to welcome new members! To learn more, join our discord.
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- Carleton University Spirituality Centre
The Spirituality Centre is a place for students to embrace the spirit of teamwork and coexistence, regardless of faith affilitation. We recognize the importance of spirituality to overall health and wellness and, as such, we promote an inclusive environment through supports, resources, and chaplaincy visits at the Spirituality Centre, located at T27 Tory Building.
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- Carleton University Strategy Club
The Carleton University Strategy Club (CUSC) encompasses a variety of different tabletop and board game experiences, our weekly meetings every Wednesday evening hosting a variety of different games from our own club collection of over 30 years, and the personal collections of those who join and participate. CUSC runs a number of other focused events during the semester, including themed board game nights, game tournaments, and more! CUSC is dedicated to providing a space for people to learn and share new and different games with one another, and to find meaningful connections with others that can carry through university and beyond
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- Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT)
The Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) is a division of Campus Safety Services. CUSERT provides on-call emergency medical response services for the Carleton campus 24/7, as well as medical 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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- Carleton University Students for Justice in Palestine
Carleton University Students for Justice in Palestine is committed to promoting awareness for the ongoing occupation in Palestine, Palestinian issues and human rights.
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- Carleton University Women's Legal Network
The CU Women’s Legal Network strives to foster an environment where women in law can collectively come together and share resources, goals, friendships, and connections, while sharing a passion for Law and Justice. Our network provides its members with several event opportunities that connect to relevant issues Women face in the legal field. We host information seminars, study sessions, information sessions, as well as ongoing support for our members as they navigate their education in Law. The CU Women’s Legal network opens its arms to all Carleton students who are passionate about law and are eager to collaborate with others, and have access to a wide array of resources and information.
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- Carleton University Young Liberals
Carleton University Young Liberals (CUYL) is a club focused on youth engagement in politics.
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- Carleton University's Afghan Students Association
The CASA shall work towards representing Afghan students, participating actively in the larger Carleton University student association initiatives, introducing Afghan culture, promoting cultural diversity, advocating for Afghan girls denied the basic right to education in Afghanistan, addressing and raising awareness about the persistent issues and injustices that people in Afghanistan experience, and overall allowing for Afghans here in the west to connect with their roots and culture once again. The CASA strives to provide a place for Afghans to celebrate their culture and a place for students and people of all backgrounds to learn about Afghanistan, its beauty, and the unfortunate injustices currently taking place.
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- Carleton University's Korean and International Society
Carleton University’s Korean and International Society (CUKIS) is an organization dedicated to spreading awareness and knowledge on all things related to Korean culture, including music, food, film, and so on. All are welcome to join as it’s a diverse and inclusive group. We have some exciting events planned this year, and we hope you’ll join us!
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- Carleton Volleyball Club
We are a competitive volleyball club. Our goal is to practice and participate in volleyball at the highest level.
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- Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO)
Catholic Christian Outreach™ (CCO™) is a university student movement dedicated to evangelization. We want to help young adults discover a personal relationship with Jesus and live in the fullness of the Catholic faith. CCO invites students to join small groups and take part in retreats, leadership opportunities, and mission experiences. The future leaders of society and the Church are being formed on university campuses today. We are always happy to meet new individuals, so come and join this fun, dynamic community right on the Carleton campus!
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- Co-operative Education
The Co-operative Education team at Carleton University provides ongoing assistance to our students and employers in order to ensure that recruitment needs are met with some of the brightest and talented candidates available. Our students are eager to learn and are ready to make meaningful contributions. Whether you are ready to take your degree to the next level or strengthen your workforce, success starts here.
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- CSCE (Canadian Society for Civil Engineering) Carleton Student Chapter
The CSCE (Canadian Society For Civil Engineering) is an academic/social club mainly targeted at providing services and great events to students in ArchEng, Civil, and Enviro Eng at Carleton. Stop by our office, 3379 Mackenzie Building to see some of the services that we offer to our members, or to sign up as a member!
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- CU in the Community
CU in the Community offers students the unique opportunity to engage in group volunteering at various charity functions and events across Ottawa. Our mission is built on a dual foundation: to positively influence both the community and the personal growth of students. We foster a vibrant environment where students immerse themselves into new experiences, collaborate with peers, and develop lasting friendships, all while making a tangible social impact! Members of CUITC are able to practise leadership and build skills transferable to any scene, all while feeling empowered to make a difference, providing hours of voluntary service to those who need it most.
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- CU Shotgun
CU Shotgun works towards developing skills, confidence, and knowledge in shotgun sports, including trap and skeet. Our goal is to reach out to experienced, new, and aspiring shooters, providing opportunities to participate in these sports. We offer formal lessons led by registered coaches to educate members on theory, history, and technical skills.
To encourage broader participation, we organize monthly events open to all students, with no firearms license required. These events introduce students to the world of firearms and provide hands-on experience with shotguns, offering the chance to try various shotgun sports, such as Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays. Furthermore, our practices and events are inclusive, welcoming not only university students from Carleton and uOttawa but also community members, including Carleton Alumni and other post-secondary students/alumni.
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- CU Ski and Snowboard Club
Ski and snowboard club, providing regular sunday trips to Mt Tremblant during the ski season, as well as local events, such as ski movie screenings and ski/snowboard gear trades and tune-ups.
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CUGESA is all about meeting other students within the Geography, Geomatics, and Environmental Studies department. We plan various events throughout the year, both on and off campus, and everyone is welcome! Our events focus on meeting people, networking, and educational opportunities. It’s free to join, but some events do cost money.
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cuHacking is Carleton’s Official Hackathon and Ottawa’s largest Major League Hacking event. We are entirely student run and organized. Our goal is to host a large scale in-person hackathon on campus for Winter 2024! Hackathons are a great way to apply your skills in technology & design to solve real-world problems in a fun, competitive environment with plenty of opportunities to meet peers and to network with sponsors. We hope to CU @ Expo!
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- Effective Altruism Carleton
Effective Altruism is a fancy way to say “finding the best ways to do good and acting accordingly”. If you want to find a highly impactful, fulfilling career, we will connect you to amazing resources and help you plan your next steps. We critically discuss ideas related to effective altruism, make friends, and have fun social events with delicious food.
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- Egyptian Students' Association
The purpose of the ESA shall be as follows: to work towards cultivating an environment enriched with the energy and joy that is Egyptian culture. Through various events and activities we aim to promote engagement between the Egyptian community in order to recreate that feeling of home. Moving away from home is an adventure but also a challenge nevertheless. Our biggest goal is to break that barrier and create a community away from home.
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- Environmental Science Student Association (ESSA)
The Environmental Science Student Association (ESSA) is an academic society that brings together students from the Institute of Environmental Science to engage peers in academic and social activities. ESSA builds community and is a great opportunity to meet fellow students within the Environmental Science Program. ESSA has organized social events, mentorship programs, and many other projects initiated through students’ ideas. Come say Hi!
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- Figure Skating
Carleton Ravens Figure Skating is a Carleton Competitive Club and competes in up to three inter-university competitions per academic year. We provide student-skaters the opportunity to continue to train and compete in the sport they love while simultaneously completing their academic studies.
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- Food Science Student Society (FSSS)
The FSSS is a Carleton University society that supports all Food Science students and alumni. The objectives of the Society shall be to promote and foster a collective community for the purposes of personal, social, and intellectual growth within the Food Science students at Carleton University. The FSSS in its affairs shall strive to ensure equal treatment of all individuals without discrimination based on personal beliefs or characteristics, race, political views, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, residency, language, or mental or physical disability.
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- From Intention To Action (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.
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- Future Learning Lab (FLL)
Located on the fourth floor of MacOdrum Library, the FLL is an adaptable study space and a set of programs that foster innovation & student-centered teaching here at CU! Our programs include I-CUREUS, SaPP (or Students as Partners Program), and FUSION Skill Development. With bookable spaces, and a free equipment loan service, the FLL is not just a great place to study, we’re also working to support student involvement in research and course design! We are so excited to kick off the FLL’s first fall term with Carleton Expo,
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- Girl Gains
Girl Gains was founded at San Diego State University in 2020 by students with a passion for fitness. New Chapters have since been established across the United States and Canada. Girl Gains at Carleton University aims to promote weight lifting while empowering individuals who identify as women or non-binary to feel strong and beautiful in a judgment-free community. Whether you’re a dedicated gym-goer or a curious beginner, our club is here to support you in every stage of your fitness journey.
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- Global Minds Carleton
Global Minds Carleton is a club that positively impacts global issues through awareness campaigns, fundraisers and hands on volunteering. We work in direct correlation to issues going on in the world NOW ranging from climate disasters, homelessness, refugee crises and much more!
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- Greater Love Carleton
Greater love is a youth-led organization focused on serving, caring for and listening to those experiencing homelessness on the streets across Canada. We strive the throw away today’s ‘throw away culture’ and work to build relationships where everyone feels seen, supported, and valued.
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- Health Science Student Society (HSS)
The Health Science Student Society provides a network for students to build social and academic connections with one another, exchange information, and share experience, skills, opportunities, and ideas. The society acts as a bridge between Carleton University (including department staff and professors) and Health Science students to discuss and democratically achieve necessary educational, administrative, and legislative change wherever decision-making affects HS students. Finally, the HSS facilitates cooperation among students in organizing services and events which supplement the learning experience and which help to develop a sense of community within the department and other members of society. The members of the HSS are strong advocates for the Health Sciences program and help to build a positive, recognizable brand for the program to increase awareness and future opportunities for the program.
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- Her Campus at Carleton
Her Campus at Carleton is a platform for people of all gender identities to gain writing and portfolio experience, get their work published, and participate in fun events! We publish articles related to any topic you choose, ranging from lifestyle pieces to personal essays and more!
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- History Undergraduate Society
HUgS is for Carleton University students who are History majors/minors or just love history! It’s a social group for those who are enthusiastic about history and want to talk and mingle with other like-minded history buffs. Regular “HUgS and Tea” events for laid back evenings allow you the opportunity to discuss your essays and class work and your historical interests in general with our HUgS executives, professors, and fellow history fanatics.
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- HOLAS Carleton (Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students)
HOLAS, or the Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students, is Carleton’s hub for Latin American and Caribbean culture on campus. Since 2007, we have been sharing and celebrating Latin culture and languages with Carleton and the greater Ottawa community through campaigns, events and initiatives. One of our main goals as a humanitarian club has been to give back to the community, so we regularly host large events like Locura Latina, our annual club night, our gala, and a Latin American bake sale, to raise money for charities throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. No matter where you’re from, we welcome you with open arms- everyone smiles in the same language!
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- Housing and Residence Life Services
Housing and Residence Life Services works to create a student-focused residence community and strives to provide quality service to support our residents continuously. We are committed to providing opportunities for personal growth and academic development while promoting a safe and inclusive living environment.
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- Innocence Carleton
Our goal is to educate the public about Criminal Justice reform and the issues within our Criminal justice system. As the next generation, it is our mission to ensure that no one is ever wrongfully convicted of a crime. Innocence Carleton is focused on preserving the values set out by the Innocence Project and Innocence Canada. We have the power to make real changes in our communities; it starts with one person and ends with you. Innocence Carleton will be planning philanthropies, taking on social justice initiatives, offering information and much more, while encouraging Carleton students to get involved with the movement. to ensure that no one is ever wrongfully convicted.
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- Interdisciplinary Science and Practice
Enhance your degree! The Interdisciplinary Science and Practice Program offers amazing science courses, with two certificate programs that are open to ALL undergraduate students. The Science Communication and Science and Policy Certificates are the be taken along with your degree, and give you the skills necessary to effectively communicate science to benefit the economy, culture, and society.
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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, international internships and co-op, and participation in exchange or study abroad programs.
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- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a club composed of Christian Carleton students and students interested in the faith who wish to learn more about the Bible and have fellowship with one another. This club is intended to create a learning space and includes the opportunity to develop friendships within a culturally diverse and loving community. We have group meet ups, Bible studies, and social events.
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- Islamic Relief at Carleton University (IRCU)
Islamic Relief at Carleton University is a dedicated charity club, bringing fundraising and volunteer opportunities unique to students right to the Carleton campus. With events that appeal to the student body while also allowing us to make difference in so many places from our school!
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- Jaku Konbit|CU
The Jaku Konbit|CU (JKCU) charter club is affiliated with the community organization Jaku Konbit (JK).
JKCU is a charter club that is centered toward African Caribbean Black Canadian (ACBC) Youth. JK will serve as an organization that strives to empower and promote community interaction among all black students at Carleton University. This group specifically focuses on showcasing the skills and talents that our students have. This club is for our members and other Black students to showcase their businesses, get educated by professional entrepreneurs, have a networking session for Black students to connect culturally and socially with one another, and form a solidified community. Moreover, We aim to represent and foster black culture through community interaction. JK is a club where you can share your voice, ideas, and feelings, and most importantly, it is an opportunity for you to be active within the club to gain experience at your university.
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- Language Learning Resource Centre
Located in 337 St. Patrick’s Building, the LLRC offers a range of books and resources in many of the languages we teach as well as multilingual workstudy students, conversation groups, student-access computers, comfy seating, and an array of activities/events throughout the year.
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- Lighthouse Church Carleton
Lighthouse Carleton is our first campus launch in Ottawa. It is a place for young adults by young adults. A place where students can belong, connect with people and grow in God. There’s a seat for you here.
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- MacOdrum Library
Carleton Library is a vibrant and active partner in teaching, learning, and research across all disciplines of the university. A centre of knowledge, interdisciplinarity, and community, the Library collects, disseminates, and generates information, serving the campus and beyond.
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- MEDLIFE Carleton
MEDLIFE is a non-profit organization which partners with low-income communities in Latin America and Africa, aiming to provide these communities with equal access to healthcare, education, and a safe home. Our Carleton MEDLIFE chapter organizes multiple local volunteering events, fundraisers, club bonding events and educational events throughout the academic year. We also organize one Service-Learning Trip (SLT) per year to one of MEDLIFE’s partner communities to contribute to a development project and work at MEDLIFE’s free mobile clinics. This club allows students to become advocates for patient care and international development through partnering with an incredible organization and meeting like-minded peers.
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- Muslim Students' Association
We are the Muslim Students’ campus resource for all things pertaining to the practice of our faith. We seek to expand to better help those around us. With the grace of god, our hope is to inspire students to do good and join our family; we are your Family in Faith. Along with being your unofficial family here, we aim to represent Carleton’s Muslim student body, encourage civic engagement, raise awareness about Islam, and organize events and services. We are committed to serve the Muslim student body at Carleton University. Our family is always growing, with our vast and diverse membership, making us the biggest club on campus.
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- NAAIS – Carleton North American Association of Indian Students
Students (NAAIS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting young professionals and students of Indian origin all across North America. This club is a chapter of NAAIS at Carleton University, a place for Indian-origin students to connect with other Indian students and alumni to ease the transition that moving away from home is. It is also a space for students to celebrate and showcase their culture and traditions. As a cultural club, we host events for different festivals all year round.
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- Office of Risk Management (ORM)
ORM provides Environmental Health and Safety, Emergency Management and Risk and Insurance coverage across campus.
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- Parks Canada Outdoor 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. What we do is run awesome trips that take no gear or experience. Basically, you get the best of the Canadian outdoors, and we do all the work for you. Register today to come along!
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- Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities (PMC)
The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) is the designated department at Carleton University coordinating disability services on campus. The PMC works in partnership with the Carleton community to increase accessibility and integration of students with disabilities into all aspects of university life. We want to connect with first-year students with disabilities to inform them of our services, as well as promote volunteer opportunities such as our Volunteer Notetaking Program.
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- Psychology Society of Carleton University
The objective of the Psychology Society of Carleton University is to: provide a positive and safe environment for Carleton University undergraduate students; provide professional, academic, and social information and opportunities for individuals pursuing an education, career, or interest in the field of psychology; and provide members of the Society with peer support and information regarding the psychology program at Carleton University
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- Public Affairs and Policy Management Students’ Society (PAPMSS)
PAPMSS is run by and for PAPM students. By default, all PAPM students are members of our organization. We strive to effectively organize programs and initiatives to enhance student life within our community. We ensure our members have the tools necessary to thrive academically, professionally, and socially. Ultimately, we work to involve and connect all PAPM students in exciting ways, building bridges and fostering connections.
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- Ravens Dance Pak
The Ravens Dance Pak is Carleton University’s one and only competitive dance team, it allows competitive dancers to continue their careers in the competitive world while still pursuing an academic career!
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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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- Ravens Rhythm
Ravens Rhythm is the official Pom and GameDay cheerleading team for the Carleton Ravens! We dance, cheer and volunteer throughout Carleton and the larger Ottawa community! We are the loudest and proudest ambassadors for the Carleton Ravens and we can’t wait to CU at the next game!
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- 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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- Ravens Sport Business Club
RSBC is a sport business club for Carleton students who are passionate about sports and looking to grow their knowledge and experience of working in the sports world. In RSBC you have the opportunity to learn from industry professionals, while in one of our teams. We have a Game Day Entertainment Team, a Content Creation and social media Team, a Communications and Broadcast Team, and more. If you love sport or are just looking for an opportunity to try something new, Apply today!
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- Ravens Swim Team
The Ravens Swim Team is open to all full-time Carleton students with previous competitive experience. We invite everyone interested to attend the tryouts in September!
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- Ravens Wrestling
Ravens Wrestling is an OUA-level club with both a Women’s and Men’s team. Last year was the first year that Ravens Wrestlers competed at OUA tournaments and the OUA championship. Our athletes have won some of these OUA tournaments and gained two bronze medals and one gold medal from the 2023 OUA championship. Our coaching staff includes 2 FISU women’s world champions and an international-level wrestling coach who all share the same passion for growing the sport of wrestling, here at Carleton University. We welcome students of all athletic levels, genders, and sizes. No matter where an athlete’s experience lies, there is a spot for them on the Ravens Wrestling team.
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The Sprott Accounting Students’ Association strives to provide all accounting students at the Sprott School of Business with opportunities to enhance their university experience, reach their professional goals, and strengthen their relationships with the local accounting community.
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- Science Student Success Centre (SSSC)
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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- Sisterhood Society
Our society is for all BIPOC females. We recognize that there are three sororities on campus. However, there are not many BIPOC women. We have decided to create a society for women of all races, ethnicities, cultures and more to Assemble, Celebrate, and Empower. We want to make a safe environment for BIPOC women to gather and express their identity to the community that will interest all Carleton students. We hope our club allows BIPOC women to feel comfortable in their surroundings, and to allow a safe space for them to express their identity. We hope to reach all students and educate them on BIPOC women in our society, historically and presently. Additionally, it would be our wish to host fun and engaging events to fundraise to give back to the community.
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- Sock 'n' Buskin
Founded in 1943, Sock ‘n’ Buskin is Carleton University’s oldest running club. We’ve been the stepping stone for many into the theatre industry, and aren’t planning on stopping anytime soon. 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. Every year, we put on a number of performances on and off campus that vary greatly in content and style. Traditionally, SnB put on one musical and one Shakespeare, but has recently begun branching out. Recent shows include Anne of Green Gables (2022), Dracula (2022), Elephant’s Graveyard (2023), and Clue (2023). A lot of work goes into producing even one show, and that’s why Sock ‘n’ Buskin is supported by an executive board and has two Artistic Directors to oversee that everything gets done. However, the only reason that Sock ‘n’ Buskin is a success is because of the incredible and diverse group of students that create the community. From stage hands to one-line roles, from directors to ushers, Sock ‘n’ Buskin is composed of everyone who contributes to the community and shares our love of theatre and friendship.
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- Sprott Business Students' Society
The Sprott Business Students’ Society represents all undergraduate students at the Sprott School of Business. We aim to facilitate an environment in which students are engaged in the Carleton community and can further develop their social, professional, and academic skills needed to thrive in their future endeavours.
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- Sprott Information Systems Students' Association (SISSA)
We aim to inspire Sprott students about the the rise of information systems and data. We do this through offering technology workshops, networking opportunities, and other events throughout the school year.
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- Sprott International Business Association
The Sprott International Business Association is a student-led organization for Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Commerce, International Business students. We conduct various events and initiate professional opportunities for students!
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- Sprott Shares
Sprott Shares is a program founded by Dr. Leighann Neilson, of the Sprott School of Business, to provide support to Sprott’s graduate students (PhD, MSc, MBA and TIM) by sharing high-quality second hand items. By offering essential items such as household goods, electronics, furniture and clothing, free of charge to our students, we alleviate financial burdens and enable students to focus on their studies and personal growth. We believe in creating an equitable educational environment where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. Our dedicated volunteers collect, transport and deliver these items, connecting donors with recipients in need. By promoting the responsible sharing of goods, we also foster a sustainable ecosystem while reducing waste.
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- Sprott Social Impact Club
SSIC (Sprott Social Impact Club) 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.
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- Sprott Student Investment Fund
The Sprott Student Investment Fund (SSIF) is an actively managed equity portfolio run by a select group of students at the Sprott School of Business on behalf of the Carleton University Endowment Fund. The money is real, the experience is real, and the output is real hands-on money-managing experience. Students are given the opportunity to learn investment strategies in a team environment. All members contribute to the analysis process, helping to assemble the ideal portfolio that will safely and wisely grow SSIF’s capital. The SSIF was founded in January 2007 after a $50,000 injection of endowment money to assess proof of concept. Once the concept was proven, an additional $500,000 of endowment money was allocated.
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- Sprott Supply Chain Management Association (SSCMA)
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 meaningful relationships with peers, and most importantly make the most out of their university experience. We strive to represent and promote the broad, dynamic and all-encompassing industry of Supply Chain Management by engaging all Sprott students in academic, social and professional networking opportunities. SSCMA is devoted to enriching the experience as a Sprott student through organized local events and raising awareness of the growing Supply Chain industry.
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- Sprott Tax Students' Association
Sprott Tax Students’ Association (STSA) mission is to increase tax literacy amongst the student body. We strive to help educate students on tax information through our events and to offer direct tax filing assistance through our annual tax clinic.
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- Student Experience Office (SEO)
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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- Student Experience Office (SEO) - Pride Team
Experience the Carleton Pride Festival brought to you by Carleton’s Student Experience Office running this October 2023; from October 10th – 15th. The SEO will be at Carleton’s Expo to bring you all things Pride and inform you about what will be happening this year, along with allowing opportunities to enter raffles, get swag and register for our newsletter.
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- Student Philanthropy Association
The Student Philanthropy Association (SPA) is a student-led group that strives to foster a culture of philanthropy within the Carleton campus community. The SPA provides students interested in philanthropy with the opportunity to develop their philanthropic skill sets and positively affect change for current and future Carleton students by participating in our initiatives. Past initiatives include our Winter 2023 CU Be Kind and Fall 2022 CU Celebrating Pride campaigns. Students were asked to share messages of kindness in the former, and messages in support of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community in the latter. For each student message, $5-10 dollars was donated on behalf of the Carleton University Alumni Association (CUAA) to the Student Emergency Fund for CU Be Kind, and for CU Celebrating Pride, to the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Access and Inclusion Fund. Every Carleton student can be a part of the SPA! Simply follow us on social media and be sure to participate in our initiatives each year. By doing so, you will contribute to philanthropy and support students in need on campus, just by doing a simple action!
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- Sustainability Carleton
Sustainability team at Carleton within Facilities Management and Planning. Our role is to oversee the implementation of Carleton’s Sustainability Strategic Plan and to coordinate sustainability efforts across the campus.
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- The Charlatan
“The Charlatan is Carleton University’s independent news publication. Run by students for students, the Charlatan has been providing the Carleton community with news and entertainment for more than 75 years. The first issue of the newspaper was published on Nov. 28, 1945, under the name the Carleton. In the 1970s, the name was changed to represent an edgier newspaper the editors sought to shape. In 1988, the Charlatan became independent from the Carleton University Students’ Association and is now funded primarily through annual student levy fees and advertising. As a not-for-profit corporation, the Charlatan’s finances are overseen by an independent Board of Directors comprised of student directors, journalism faculty representatives and professional journalists. In 2020, the Charlatan officially transitioned from a print publication to an online publication. The Charlatan website, launched in 2009, is updated regularly with content. Publication breaks occur throughout the year during reading weeks and exam sessions. The Charlatan office is located in room 531 of the Unicentre on the fifth floor. The office houses hard copies of the newspaper’s constitution, bylaws, budget and latest audit (which are also accessible on the board page). All students are encouraged to drop by and check out the office’s extensive archives, which chronicle most of the issues published by the newspaper. The Charlatan will only publish works by current Carleton students and is a primarily volunteer-run organization. Although the editorial staff is paid, all of the newspaper’s writers, photographers, graphic artists and so forth work on a volunteer basis. The editorial staff meets each week to discuss what editorial stances the newspaper will take and other important decisions. The newspaper also holds weekly open meetings to review content published in the past week and provide feedback to contributors. All students are welcome to attend and can email email@example.com for more information.”
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- The Movement
We desire to inspire and encourage young adults at Carleton to pursue their dreams and live out their lives to the fullest. We are a Christian group and hope to bring love and hope to the campus with random acts of kindness. We also hold monthly meetings off campus for a time of fellowship, worship, and the word.
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- The Poetics Society
The Poetics Society is Carleton University’s club for all things poetry. Our goal is to create accessible spaces and events where poets of all backgrounds and skill levels can gather, share their work, and develop community ties over a mutual appreciation of poetry. We host a monthly open mic night with (and at) Haven, facilitate workshops and writing socials, and organize other opportunities for students to develop their craft and make connections.
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- Umoja Black Community Engagement Program
The Umoja Black Community Engagement Program is a recently established initiative dedicated to the academic, professional, and personal empowerment of the Ottawa region’s African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) communities. We host public education programs and events that both seek to dismantle anti-Black racism in society and celebrate the lives and accomplishments of the ACB community; and develop programming and events that strive to address the impact of anti-Black racism on educational and career outcomes for ACB students, youth, and community members. The Umoja Program is led by ACB Graduate and Undergraduate students.
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- United Nations Society (UNS)
The United Nations Society is Carleton University’s premier Model United Nations (MUN) team, one of the top ranked competitive MUN teams in Canada. MUN is a simulation of global diplomacy over pressing world issues. From climate change to nuclear weapons, our team travels across the continent to debate and solve issues pertinent to our global community.
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- Vietnamese Student Association Carleton
The Vietnamese Student Association Carleton is non-profit student-run organization at Carleton University. Our mission is to educate and promote Vietnamese culture to the student body community. We do so by holding events, and other initiatives that incorporate the Vietnamese culture and language throughout the year to reach as many people as possible – Vietnamese students and non-Vietnamese students alike. We aim to foster an environment where members can become actively involved within the community and receive mutual encouragement from other members academically, socially, and culturally.
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- Visual Arts Carleton
Visual Arts Carleton aims to help you be creative! It can be hard to find time to artmake as a university student. We provide time, space, materials, ideas, and a chance to find friends! Follow our social media for meeting updates!
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- Volunteer Ottawa
Founded in 1957, Volunteer Ottawa is one of approximately 150 volunteer centres across Canada. Volunteer Ottawa connects people to one another and to hundreds of local charities that rely on the time and talent of volunteers. We provide supports and services to promote and celebrate volunteerism, help volunteers find opportunities, strengthen non-profit capacity through training and networking, inspire diversity and inclusion, and encourage local employers to invest in the community.
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- Women in Leadership (WIL)
The purpose of the Women in Leadership Society is to strive to create and maintain a supportive, inclusive, and educational space for women-identifying and non-binary students in the Carleton community. It is a society meant for the aspiring leaders of today and tomorrow, to empower women to strive to reach their greatest potential and to engage in the conversation surrounding equality and opportunities for women in leadership positions. 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.
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- Women’s Ultimate Frisbee
Carleton Raven’s Women’s Ultimate Frisbee is a competitive Ultimate team welcoming women, non-binary, and two-spirit players. We strive to foster a love for the sport in both new and practiced players.
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- World University Service of Canada (WUSC Carleton LC)
Carleton’s local committee of the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a volunteer-based advocacy group on campus that strives to create a safer, more inclusive world for refugees, and we are always looking for like-minded individuals to join our committee! Our committee is responsible for facilitating WUSC’s Student Refugee Program, which is an internationally renowned initiative that offers a combined solution of permanent residence and higher education to refugees. Our committee assists with the many facets of resettlement such as academic guidance, social networking, healthcare provision, and ensuring self-reliance. We provide support in our students’ transition to both Carleton and Canada, all whilst making new friends, learning about our country’s immigration system, and participating in this global network of refugee advocacy.
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- Yemeni Student Association
The Yemeni Student Association at Carleton (YSA) is a cultural club aiming to provide students with a connection to Yemeni roots, while also giving back to our community. Our goal is to fundraise through student events, to aid in the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
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