- Access to Courses
The University strives to provide students with access to courses, but there are factors that may limit the availability of some courses. Students looking for a space in a course can add themselves to a waitlist. Students Who would like to ask to have a restriction waived can submit a registration override request.
- Admissions Holds
Holds placed on your account by Admissions Services do not prevent you from registering. You can see if you have any holds placed on your account in Step 1 of the Registration menu in Carleton Central.
- Block Registration
Students in the Bachelor of Architecture, Industrial Design, Information Technology and Bachelor of Engineering degrees have many (or all) of their first-year courses pre-selected. Each of these courses will appear in your worksheet. You will need to complete your course selection, but when you do this, you should not delete or substitute any of the pre-selected courses without consulting with your department first.
- Carleton Central
Registration at Carleton is done on the Web through Carleton Central. You can log in to Carleton Central via the myCarleton Portal. Carleton Central is Carleton’s secure online center for student registration and administrative activities. It is your one-stop service for registration, student records, admission, and fee information.
- Dates and Deadlines
A comprehensive list of important dates and deadlines for the academic year is available at the Registration website.
Your Carleton email address is the university’s official means of communicating with you once you are registered. In order to access your email, you must activate your MyCarleton One account. Be sure to follow the instructions available on the ITS website to ensure your campus email is set up.
- First Year Course Selection Guide
The First Year Course Selection Guides are designed with your degree in mind. Find out more about your degree program and your required first year courses.
- How To Videos
How-to videos can be found with their related topics throughout the Registrar’s Office and Registration websites.
- Math Matters
Math Matters is a specially designed one week math refresher course for first-year students entering degree programs at Carleton with a math component. Math Matters ensures that students have the building blocks they need to participate and succeed in math-intensive university programs.
- Pathways to Graduation
Starting university can be overwhelming. The Pathways to Graduation website outlines information about campus life, academics, finances and student support services to help you transition to university life.
- Registration Checklists
Registering at Carleton doesn’t stop with course selection! We’ve created a checklist for you to follow to help you prepare for your upcoming year.
- Registration Information Session
A pre-registration information session is available in the form of a webinar. This presentation has been developed by the Registrar’s Office to help you prepare for your first year at Carleton.
- Student Registration Assistance Team
If you need help with your registration, the Student Registration Assistance (SRA) team is available! Visit the SRA webpage for more details.
- Summer Orientation
Remember to register for Summer Orientation! Sessions are offered in July and August and focus on promoting student academic success and personal development. Space is limited and participation is strongly encouraged.
- Time Conflicts
Keep in mind that University policy does not permit undergraduate and special students to register in courses with time conflicts. If you select courses with a time conflict, a warning message will appear on your worksheet, and you will be prevented from registering until you adjust your schedule to create a conflict free timetable.
- Time Tickets
This is the day and time that the registration system opens to you. Your time ticket will be listed in Step 1 of the registration menu in Carleton Central. You can also see a complete list of time tickets at the Registration website. Please note that time tickets are automatically assigned within the registration system and cannot be adjusted. Time tickets are assigned based on your year level and student ID.
- Your Degree, Your Future
Ever wonder if you’re on the right path? Explore Your Degree, Your Future to identify the skills you can develop through your program, to see future possibilities and career paths of recent graduates, and to find out how to improve your employability by getting involved and gaining experience.
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