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Number 1. Know your student Number You can’t register without it.  Check your admission package for the nine digit number that begins with ‘100’ or ‘101.’ This number was also emailed to you by Admissions Services.
Degree Guide 2. Understand your Degree Requirements
Be sure to read your first year course selection guide. This guide lists all the courses you need to take in your  first-year and gives you the basics about your program. 
Website 3. Review the Registration Website
All you need to know about registration, including fee payment, access to closed courses and the registration steps, is on this website.  Familiarize yourself with this information before registration begins.
Login 4. Get to Know Carleton Central
Carleton Central is the home of your student record. This is where you will go to update your personal information, set up your MyCarletonOne account and Carleton email, check the status of your awards, to build your timetable and register for courses, to submit online applications, access support services and more.
email 5. Setup Your MyCarleton One Account and Carleton Email Before registration begins, login to Carleton Central to set up your MyCarletonOne account which gives you access to all of Carleton’s IT services and applications including your Carleton email. Your Carleton email will be the university’s official means of communicating with you now you are a student.
Timetable  6. Build Your Timetable
Planning your course selection is an important step required to ensure a successful registration.  The timetable builder will be available May 26 and will allow you to search the class schedule, add and remove courses, and resolve conflicts prior to registration. For more information visit the registration site.
ticket 7. Register According to Your Time Ticket
Once your timeticket opens, you may register until the deadline, but  keep in mind that courses fill up fast so we encourage you to register during your timeticket to allow optimal access to courses and sections. Visit the Time Ticket page for a complete list of timetickets.
Canadian RESP 8. Submit your request for a VOSS If you require an official Verification of Student Status (VOSS) in order to access your Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP) funds, you can request the letter through Carleton Central by selecting ‘Request a Transcript/Certificate of Enrolment/Verification of Student Status’ from the main menu. Make sure your registration is complete before requesting your VOSS.
Fees 9. Pay Your Tuition Fees For fee payment information, instructions and deadlines refer to the Student Accounts website.
Deadline 10. Keep Track of Deadlines
Pay special attention to academic deadlines as well as all deadlines that apply to registration and fee payment. Visit the registration site for a complete list of important dates and deadlines.
Question Mark 11. Ask for Help if You Need it If you have completed these steps and still have questions, we invite you to contact our Student Registration Assistance Team.  They can help you with making your first year course selections, navigating Carleton Central or any other registration questions you may have.
 Compass 12. Sign up For Summer Orientation
Your chance to interact with other students, faculty, and staff in both structured information sessions and small informal groups. Register for your orientation session here.
 Information Session 13. Participate in a Registration Information Session
Visit the Registration site to participate in our online registration information session. The webinar will help guide you through the steps to help you plan and build your schedule to ensure a successful registration.
 PMC 14. Register with the PMC
The Paul Menton Centre is responsible for the coordination of academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities.  If you require accommodations, visit the PMC to ensure you receive the help that you need.
 Campus Card 15. Get Your Campus Card
Did you know you should apply for your Campus Card before you arrive? The Campus Card gives you access to athletics, the library, residence meal plans and more.

Your UPass (for use with OC Transpo in Ottawa) is available at the Campus Card office.

 CUKH 16. Know the Rules To have success at the university level, it is crucial that you understand and follow the regulations that apply to your program. CU Know-How is a brief guide that highlights all you need to know. Get it here.
 Complete 17. Find Out About Our Services
We have services to help you from the time you arrive on campus to the time you graduate. Check out our selection of services and be sure to use our online services directory to find what you need.
 Transition Guide 18. Read the Transition Guide You’ll find checklists to help make your first year a success, resources that are available to you and get advice from our current students. Check it out to ensure a smooth transition to university life.
 Twitter 19. Follow Us on Twitter Stay on top of all the latest student information by following Carleton on Twitter (@Carleton_U), Facebook (facebook.com/carletonstudents), and Instagram (@carleton_U).

Registration Contacts

Student Registration Assistance
Tory Building, 3rd floor (main lobby)
May 26 to September 19
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (by appointment only)
Extended hours June 6, 7, 8                 
8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tel: 613-520-3500
Email: registrar@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/sra
Registrar’s Office
300 Tory Building
Tel: 613-520-3500
Fax: 613-520-4410
Email: registrar@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/registrar
Academic Advising Centre
302 Tory Building
Tel: 613-520-7850
Fax: 613-520-7840
Email: academicadvising@carleton.ca
carleton.ca/academicadvising