How do you ensure your academic success as a new student? There are a number of resources to assist you while you pursue your academic studies at Carleton.

Campus Tours

To start off on the right foot as a new student at Carleton University, why not begin with a campus tour? This is one of the best ways to be introduced the campus with the added security of being led by a knowledgeable guide who will pin point the important resources.

Tours can be book online or by phone:
Phone: (613) 520-3663
Toll-free in Canada: 1-888-354-4414
Fax: (613) 520-3847

Academic Support

Academic success comes to those who plan for it. If you want to design an academic plan that will help structure your university studies, you may want to take advantage of the academic advising service available at the university.

Academic Advising Centre offers advising sessions on a drop-in basis.

Centre for Student Academic Support is a centralized collection of services designed to improve learning inside and outside the classroom.

Writing Services

Want to hone your writing skills or get feedback and tips on how to write academic papers? Make an appointment with Writing Services. Writing Services is a free service for Carleton University students.

Career Services

Career Services supports students on their career path. They provide career learning and skill development through education, network building and hands-on experience.

Centre for Initiatives in Education (CIE)

For students who may not meet traditional requirements for degree admission, or who want a supported entry to university studies, Carleton University offers an Indigenous Enriched Support Program (IESP).

For more information on IESP, you may contact Kirstei Abbott, Assistant Program Coordinator and Student Advisor.
Phone: 613-520-2600 x. 8136

Student Experience Office

The Student Experience Office (SEO) provides transition support to first year students and coordinates programs to help students get engaged and involved in campus life.

The Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with a disability, the Paul Menton Centre can assist you by providing a notebook computer, a note-taker and other resources to help you meet the demands of being a university student.

Phone: (613) 520-6608
TTY: (613) 520-3937

Recreation and Athletics Program

For information on the variety of programs and services Athletics has to offer, visit their website.