The Registrar’s Office and the Academic Advising Centre – Room 300 Tory
During the current labour disruption, the Registrar’s Office and the Academic Advising Centre will be working with reduced resources and as a result, there will be a reduction in the services available to you. Services normally available in the Academic Advising Centre, Room 302 Tory will be relocated to 300 Tory including limited walk-in academic advising.
Front counter services (in person services in the Registrar’s Office) will be operational with reduced hours from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. No evening service hours will be offered. Due to our reduced resources, we regret that you will experience delays in service and processing times. We will be responding to urgent matters and invite you to contact us by visiting the Registrar’s Office in Room 300 Tory during the hours noted above or by sending an urgent email from your Carleton email account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Registrar’s Office and Academic Advising Centre will be unable to respond to phone inquiries. If you need to contact us, the following options are available:
Counter Services (in person) will be available at 300 Tory during this time at a reduced level and will include:
- All registration-related matters
- In person advising assistance and support
- Petitions and appeals based on a priority and urgency basis
- Transcript requests via Carleton Central request
- Certificates of Enrolment via Carleton Central request
- Completion of RESP and third party forms
- International Exchange (Outgoing)
- Diploma pick up
- Special Student Admittance
- Late Graduation Applications
- Letters of Permission
- Urgent matters reviewed on an individual basis
Emails sent to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org from your Carleton email address will be responded to on an urgency and priority basis.Incoming Mail will be prioritized in terms of urgency and processed accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience this labour disruption may cause.For updated information on the current labour disruption, please visit: http://students.carleton.ca/negotiations
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