Your student’s academic success at Carleton is facilitated by a network of support services. Students are encouraged to use the Ravens Resources search tool on the Current Student site for ongoing questions about services offered on campus. You can also get familiar with the CU Services to provide timely guidance and advice to your student.
On-campus student services include:
- Undergraduate Admissions
- Co-Op and Career Services
- Equity Services
- Health and Counselling Services
- Learning Support Services
- Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities
- The University Registrar’s Office
- Student Academic Success Centre
- Student Affairs
- Student Experience Office
The Undergraduate Admissions department manages and provides information to potential or incoming students at Carleton. This office provides guided campus tours, as well as information on applications, programs and scholarships.
The Co-op and Career Services Office provides professional career development and exploration assistance. This includes career counseling, employment advising, job postings and career fairs. This office also oversees co-op opportunities, available in select degree programs.
Equity Services works to promote equity, welcome and accommodate diversity, prevent discrimination, and constructively address conflict. This office can help your student ensure proper accommodation, handle complaints, and learn about Carleton’s equity policy. Equity Services also offers sexual assault support services.
Health and Counselling Services provides medical, counselling, and a health promotion program to Carleton students, faculty, and staff. Students can find help here with basic physician services, counselling services, mental health support, and health information.
Learning Support Services (LSS) helps students of all skills levels achieve academic success. This office offers study skills advising and workshops, English conversation groups, group study rooms, and a tutor referral services.
Based on the premise of integration, individualization, and independence, the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities co-ordinates academic and support services for students with disabilities. Services include:
- Academic accommodation
- Attendant services
- Alternate formats
- Adaptive technology
- Sign language interpretation
The Registrar’s Office manages the academic activities of all Undergraduate and Special students at Carleton. It offers:
- Academic forms and fees
- Academic records
- Information on exchanges
- Information on graduation
- Information for Special Students
The Student Academic Success Centre (SASC) provides programs to help students develop effective study skills and refine strategies for academic success. Students can set up an appointment with an academic advisor or take online workshops for assistance with time-management, note-taking, academic reading, stress management and exam preparation.
Student Affairs works to provide a living and learning environment that promotes student success both inside and outside of the classroom. It provides students with:
- Information on alcohol and drug awareness
- Information on cyberbullying
- Information on gambling
- Rights of students
- Student activities
Helping your student make a successful transition to university life is the mandate of the Student Experience Office (SEO). This office helps first year students achieve their personal and academic goals by providing support services and fostering student engagement through programs such as Summer and Fall Orientation, community service learning, leadership development, and Peer Helpers.