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.
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- 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.
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-secondarystudents, 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