1. COUNSELLING SUPPORT
    1. Health & Counselling Services
    2. Empower Me Counselling Services
    3. Residence Counselling Services
    4. Good 2 Talk: Post-Secondary Student Helpline
    5. From Intention to Action (FIT:Action)
  2. PROGRAM SPECIFIC SUPPORT
    1. Science Student Success Centre
    2. Math & Stats: Math Tutorial Centre (MTC) & Assistance Program (MS-LAP)
    3. Engineering: The Elsie MacGill Learning Centre
    4. SPROTT Undergrad Student Services Office
    5. French: Beyond the Classroom
  3. THE CENTRE FOR STUDENT ACADEMIC SUPPORT
    1. Learning Support and Workshops
    2. Writing Support and Workshops
    3. Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
  4. STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
    1. Academic Advising Centre
    2. Awards and Financial Aid
    3. Career Development and Co-operative Education—Accessible Career Transition (ACT)
    4. International Student Services Office (ISSO)
    5. Student Experience Office—First Year Connections
    6. University Registrar’s Office
  5. OFF-CAMPUS SUPPORT LINES
    1. Good2Talk
    2. Mental Health Crisis Line
    3. Distress Centre Ottawa and Region
    4. Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
    5. Tel-Aide Outaouais
    6. Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line
    7. Native Youth Crisis Hotline
    8. Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline

PMC works in partnership with the Carleton community to increase accessibility for students with disabilities into all aspects of university life. There are many student resources and support services available to Carleton students. For a list of resources within PMC, visit our Turn to PMC for… webpage!

COUNSELLING SUPPORT

Health & Counselling Services

For all students, confidential personal counselling services are available by appointment only.
2600 Carleton Technology & Training Centre
613-520-6674
hcs@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/health

Empower Me Counselling Services

Offered by Carleton University Student’s Association

Undergraduate students have access to free counselling services in the community through Empower Me, either in person, by telephone, video-counselling or e‑counselling.

Empower Me collaborates with existing on-campus student mental health services to ensure students receive the right care for them. This “team” approach allows students to choose from a variety of resources on and off campus. Empower Me allows students to connect with qualified counsellors, consultants and life coaches at their private practice in the community for a variety of issues.

This free service is accessible 24/7, 365 days per year – for free.
Call 1-844-741-6389 (toll free) to make an appointment with a counsellor in the community.
Learn more

Residence Counselling Services

For all students living in residence during the fall and winter terms. Services such as short-term confidential counselling, a wellness space, and activities are offered to promote healthy living.
131 Renfrew House
613-520-8061
carleton.ca/health/residence-counselling/

Good 2 Talk: Post-Secondary Student Helpline

For all post-secondary students in Ontario. Good 2 Talk is a confidential helpline providing professional counselling and referrals for mental health, addictions, and well-being 24/7/365.
1-866-925-5454
good2talk.ca

From Intention to Action (FIT:Action)

For all students, one-on-one weekly counselling appointments for 12 weeks designed to improve stress management and academic performance.
4th Floor MacOdrum Library
613-520-2600 x 1028
fitaction@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/fita/

PROGRAM SPECIFIC SUPPORT

Science Student Success Centre

For all undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science. The SSSC helps define and achieve their academic, career, and social goals.
3431 Herzberg Lab
sssc.carleton.ca/

Math & Stats: Math Tutorial Centre (MTC) & Assistance Program (MS-LAP)

MTC is a TA-supported study space. MS-LAP supports first year students in mathematics and stats courses through an online application.
3422 Herzberg Lab
carleton.ca/math/math-learning-assistance-program/
carleton.ca/math/math-tutorial-centre/

Engineering: The Elsie MacGill Learning Centre

For all 1st year engineering students looking for help with 1st-year courses, language skills, or general university transition issues. The service is offered in drop-in format.
5030 Minto Centre
carleton.ca/engineering-design/2016/support-advice-first-year-engineering-students/

SPROTT Undergrad Student Services Office

For all students, advisors are available to discuss everything from degree planning to skill enhancement opportunities outside of the classroom. Appointments are in drop-in format.
710 Dunton Tower
613-520-3105
sprott.carleton.ca/students/undergraduate/

French: Beyond the Classroom

For all students, Beyond the Classroom offers services and activities to improve written and verbal skills in French.
1602 Dunton Tower
613-520-2168
carleton.ca/french/beyond-the-classroom/

THE CENTRE FOR STUDENT ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Learning Support and Workshops

For all students, a calendar of over 15 skill development workshops is available online. Each workshop lasts 50 minutes and are in drop-in format.
4th Floor MacOdrum Library
carleton.ca/csas/learning-support-sessions/

Writing Support and Workshops

For all students, 40-minute sessions with a writing tutor help develop writing skills and can support the process of completing written academic assignments. Sessions are in drop-in format.
4th Floor MacOdrum Library
carleton.ca/csas/writing-services/

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

For all students, many courses have sessions run by peer facilitators that review materials in fun and engaging ways. Supported courses have scheduled sessions.
4th Floor MacOdrum Library
carleton.ca/csas/pass/

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

Academic Advising Centre

For all students, academic advising sessions are offered in drop-in formats.
302 Tory Building
613-520-7850
academicadvising@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/academicadvising/

Awards and Financial Aid

Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
202 Robertson Hall
613-520-3600
awards@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/awards/

Career Development and Co-operative Education—Accessible Career Transition (ACT)

For students with disabilities, ACT offers one-on-one sessions with a professional career counselor to explore career options and navigate career choices. Sessions are in drop-in format.
401 Tory Building
613-520-6611
act@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/career/act/

International Student Services Office (ISSO)

For all international students, the ISSO offers services and programs that contribute to positive international experiences.
128 University Centre
613-520-6600
isso@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/isso/

Student Experience Office—First Year Connections

For all first year students, the First Year Connections program matches incoming students with upper  year student mentors to help with the transition to university life academically, socially, and personally.
430 Tory Building
613-520-7535
seo@carleton.ca
studentapps.carleton.ca/fyc/

University Registrar’s Office

For all students, the Registrars’ Office offers a wide range of services pertaining to academic records and activities.
300 Tory Building
613-520-3500
registrar@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/registrar

OFF-CAMPUS SUPPORT LINES

Good2Talk

1-866-925-5454

Mental Health Crisis Line

613-722-6914

Distress Centre Ottawa and Region

613-238-3311

Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre

613-562-2333

Tel-Aide Outaouais

613-741-6433

Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line

1-800-268-9688

Native Youth Crisis Hotline

1-877-209-1266

Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline

1-866-627-3342