Ordering Supplies

The University has standing order contracts with various suppliers in and outside the Ottawa area, most give the University an educational discount. A list of these standing orders is available from the Administrator. Check with your supervisor or the Departmental Administrator for clarification

Orders for Drugs, Chemicals

Faculty, staff and students who place orders for drugs and chemicals are asked to ensure that the supplier clearly indicates on the outside of the package what the order is for. Most deliveries come through the Receiving Office, Room 217. Items delivered through the mail system will be picked up by the Administrator and held in her office or delivered to a faculty member’s office.

A faculty member must sign all orders for drugs and chemicals. All narcotics and prescription veterinary drug orders need the signature of the Consulting Veterinarian. It is the responsibility of faculty supervisors to discuss the safe handling of such items with their laboratory technicians and students. Further information on the responsibility of supervisors is displayed on the “Health and Safety” bulletin board.


Occupants are responsible for the removal of garbage from pails in laboratories and offices. Green garbage bags are available from the animal care staff. Garbage should be bagged and placed in the dumpster on the loading dock at the west end of the building. These doors are locked between 4:30pm and 8:30am.


Lockers are located on the second level of the Centre adjacent to the respective washrooms. Please see the Administrator for locker availability and assignment.


Students wishing to place long distance calls, i.e.for information from equipment suppliers, to place orders etc. in connection with their research are requested to use their faculty advisor’s telephone. Personal long distance calls are to be made using a long distance calling card obtained from Bell Canada.


The photocopier is for use by Neuroscience faculty, staff and students. The machine is full of bells and whistles of all kinds so please ask if you do not know how to operate the feature you wish to use or read the manual beside the machine. The copier is monitored by a card access system known as TTC. Charges via the TTC system on the photocopier are made directly to an account assigned to a faculty member.

Fourth year honours students and graduate students may obtain free photocopies of journals through CISTI on the web at www.library.carleton.c/data/ill and click on CISTI Source or CISTIC On-Site Access.

Conference Room

The conference room is available for use by anyone in the Centre. Priorities in order include: scheduled classes, thesis and comprehensive meetings, LSRC administrative meetings, laboratory meetings etc. To avoid conflicts please check the calendar posted outside the room. Indicate the time, your name and contact phone number


Bicycles are not allowed in the building. Bicycle racks are located by the Loeb and Physics buildings. There is also a covered bicycle rack at Robertson Hall, garage side.