Carleton is situated on the traditional, unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Nation. In an effort to embody a significant territory acknowledgement in a meaningful way, Carleton engaged in a thorough consultation with the Algonquin Advisory Council and Algonquin communities in the region—notably Kitigan Zibi and Pikwakanagan—to name this central and high-profile facility which is the crossroads of all campus activity. The new name is Nideyinàn (pronounced nih-DAY-in-nahn) and translates to “our heart.”
Please join us in fully embracing this new building name.
Nideyinàn, formerly known as the University Centre or Unicentre, is a focal point for student life at Carleton. Inside you will find:
Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic)
503 Tory Building
1125 Colonel By Drive
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