1. News and Events
    1. Upcoming Events
  2. Admissions Information
  3. Visiting Ottawa

Is your student thinking about pursuing an education at Carleton University? Parents of prospective Carleton students may be interested in relevant news and events, the admissions process or information on visiting Ottawa.

News and Events

Stay up-to-date with the latest future CU student news and upcoming dates and deadlines. View news for future parents.

We offer a number of on- and off-campus events for future CU parents and their students to discover Carleton University. Check out our upcoming events for future CU parents!

Upcoming Events

Ottawa Parents’ Evening

Prospective undergraduate students and their families are invited to the Carleton University campus for Parents’ Evening on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Information sessions will be held at 6:00 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. in Richcraft Hall on the Carleton campus.

Each session will provide information on:

  • applying to university and admission requirements;
  • scholarships and financial assistance; and
  • the university experience.

Following both information sessions, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments and talk to faculty, staff and current Carleton students.

Visit the Parents’ Evening website for more information and to register.

Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Information Evening

You and your family are invited to Carleton University’s Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Information Evening on February 25, 2019.

This event takes place in Mississauga, Ontario at the The Living Arts Centre (4141 Living Arts Drive). Information sessions will be held at 6:15pm, 7:15pm, and 8:30pm

Find out more and register now!

Admissions Information

The Admissions Office offers the most up-to-date information on applying to Carleton.

If your student has been accepted to Carleton, their next steps could be checking out our CU Transition Guide and registering for Summer Orientation. All new students and their parent(s) or guardian(s) can attend Summer Orientation.

During the program, new students become part of the Carleton University community by interacting with other students, faculty, and staff in both structured information sessions and small informal groups. Parent and family orientation sessions are offered concurrently with the student sessions in order to answer questions and address any concerns that family members may have. Parents and guardians will have the opportunity to talk with Carleton University faculty and staff during these sessions.

Visiting Ottawa

You may be interested in coming to campus for a campus tour. If you’re planning on visiting the Ottawa area, view our resources on finding a great place to stay and things to do in Canada’s Capital!