Attendant Services Program

Attendant services are offered 24-hours per day, 12 months of the year (with the exception of two week Christmas break), to students with physical disabilities living in residence. For more information, visit the Attendant Service Program webpage at

From Intention to Action (FIT: Action)

The FIT: Action program supports undergraduate and graduate students in the often stressful transition into university. For more information, visit the FIT: Action website at

READ Initiative

The READ Initiative brings the expertise in all academic disciplines and service departments at Carleton into collaboration with individuals and organizations world-wide that are committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. For more information, visit the READ Initiative webpage at

Accessible Career Transitions (ACT)

Accessible Career Transitions (ACT) is a career development program which provides support to Carleton University students and alumni with disabilities. ACT is a collaborative program between Career Services, the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities and READ Initiative. For more information, visit the ACT webpage at

ACT to Employ

Working collaboratively with the PMC and Career Services, ACT to Employ aims to place Carleton students with disabilities in paid employment opportunities on-campus, and provide them with hands-on quality experiences while they obtain their post-secondary degree.

Interested candidates should contact Jenna Lambert, ACT to Employ Student Advisor at 613.520.2600 x 5090, or email for more information and to book an appointment.