Carleton University offers a range of supports to all students as well as resources specifically for Indigenous students. Below you can find some helpful documents & links to Carleton student resources.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for, feel free to email us email@example.com
- The Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement offers a range of cultural programming throughout the academic year. For more information please visit the Weekly and Monthly Programming page.
- Upon request, students can seek an individual meeting with one of the knowledge keepers/elders that work with the Centre. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Writing Services: https://carleton.ca/csas/writing-services
Finding it difficult to start writing a paper? Feeling overwhelmed trying to organize your thoughts and ideas? Writing services offers all students one on one writing consultations.
- Printing Services: https://www.cusaonline.ca/services/resources/free-printing/
CUSA offers 100 pages for undergraduate students. All documents will be printed black-and-white and single-sided, but if a student needs a document to be double-sided, this can be requested.
- From your Carleton email, send the document you want printed to email@example.com
- Come to the CUSA Office at 401 University Centre and give one of our front desk staff your name and student number, and they will print it on the spot.
Learning Supports Sessions
- The Centre for Student Academic Support at Carleton offers free online & in person sessions to help in the areas of note taking, managing procrastination & time management. https://carleton.ca/csas/learning-support/learning-support-sessions
- The Paul Menton Centre provides accommodations and supports to students with identified disabilities such as mental health disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHG, Autism Spectrum Disorder, head injuries/trauma, hearing, visual or physical impairments. For more information about registering: https://carleton.ca/pmc/registering-with-pmc
- Reducing Stress anxiety (Document) https://carleton.ca/csas/wp-content/uploads/Reducing-Exam-Anxiety-1-April-2020.pdf
- 10 Helpful Study Tips to help you ace it https://students.carleton.ca/2020/03/top-ten-tips-to-study-online
- The Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) provides financial support to post-secondary students, and recent post-secondary and high school graduates who are unable to find work due to COVID-19. This benefit is for students who do not qualify for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) or Employment Insurance (EI). Apply Here: https://carleton.ca/awards/budgeting/money-saving-tips/
- Indigenous Student Bursaries are available for First Nation, Metis and Inuit students
- Money Saving Tips, Offered through the Awards & Financial Aid Office
- Budget Calculator
- Help building your resume, cover letter or CV?
- Carleton Job Search Resources
- Indigenous Job Search – Ottawa Satellite Site
- How to level up your LinkedIn Game
Health and Wellness
- The Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement offers free 1:1 confidential counselling to Indigenous students (insert link to counselling page) and same day walk-in counselling through health and counselling
- Registered students have free access to the Carleton Fitness Centre through and can access other Carleton Athletics services for a discounted rate.
- Head Space – Practice Meditation for a health mind