Carleton Administrative Services
SCS Websites, Forms, Documents, and Website Administration
Campus Services: Rooms, Voice, and Card Access
Hardware Support: WiFi, Printing, Voice, and Office Computers
On this page you’ll find links to various service information, logins, and valuable reference material pertaining to SCS staff.
Below is a list of some Carleton online services that pertain to various administrative tasks. These services are maintained and supported by ITS. For more information on all available ITS services, including installation guides and troubleshooting, visit the ITS Service Catalogue.
- E-Shop Login
- Information on Carleton Voice and Phone Services
- CBORD CampusCard Web Admin
- Carleton Central
- Enterprise Room Search
- Enterprise Room Scheduler
- Carleton Email Login
- MS Teams Video Meetings
- SAP Concur Travel and Expense Reimbursement
The SCS uses two content management systems for web content: WordPress and Drupal. The WordPress hosts the main School of Computer Science websites while the Drupal manages the SCS internal pages and documents.
WordPress Account: Main Website News Articles and Web Page Updates
The main computer science websites make use of the ITS WordPress server, the Carleton Content Management System (CCMS). The main SCS websites which are powered by the CCMS include:
If you require access to the website, the departmental administrator will have to request an account through the ITS service desk. Once you have access, you will be able to login by adding
wp-login.php to the end of the URL.
- Learn about CCMS: Carleton Content Management System
- Login to the main SCS WordPress: https://carleton.ca/scs/wp-login.php
Drupal Account: Accessing and Working with Internal Pages
The SCS uses an internal Drupal server to manage internal pages, such as course material uploads and course outline management. The Drupal account uses your existing @scs.carleton.ca account information. The first time you log in to Drupal using your SCS email and password your Drupal account will be created. If you notice any problems with your Drupal account, you can contact SCS tech staff.
For more information on Drupal and various internal SCS websites, see the following:
Internal Websites and Documents
The SCS maintains internal pages locked behind your SCS Drupal account. These pages are used to upload documents such as course materials, tech reports, and documents shared between staff and faculty.
- SCS Internal Pages and Documents
- Course Material Listing
- Course Outline Listing
- Uploading Tech Reports
- OCICS Course Management using Drupal
The university uses Office 365 (O365) as its official mail server. It is sometimes called Exchange for Faculty and Staff or Outlook and students call it cmail. As of Jan. 2019 you have a 50GB email quota.
You can access your email in several ways the simplest is the browser web interface:
For information on connecting your email with other services, such as Outlook and other third party clients (imap), please see:
Any @carleton.ca and @cunet.carleton.ca email aliases are managed by ITS. Please see the ITS service desk for assistance.
We strongly advise all Carleton employees and students to use Carleton email for Carleton business. We discourage forwarding Carleton email or communicating via a non-Carleton email provider.
SCS has its own email server that is in use. Many of the faculty have addresses @scs.carleton.ca which signifies the SCS email server. Any assistance with @scs.carleton.ca accounts should be directed to the SCS Tech Staff.
The university is using CBORD for its swipe card access using your campus card and uses Enterprise for room booking. The main office and the Tech staff are able to grant access to all the SCS swipe-card locations.
The cost to have a door installed with CBORD is as follows (as of Jan. 2019):
- Door with card reader: $3000
- Door with monitoring devices only: $2000
- Door with Accessibility: $5000
Below are some useful links relating to CBORD and Enterprise:
Phone and voice services are provided through Carleton. You will need to discuss any changes to phone services with the department administrator. For more information on Carleton phone services, see below:
Prevent future injury! If you spot something on campus that could potentially be dangerous, you can file a Good Catch Report to let somebody know. See something higher risk? Learn more about reporting incidents at the CU WorkSafe portal.
Connecting to WiFi
The ITS provides campus wide wireless networking through two services: CU-Wireless and eduroam. Both services make use of your MyCarletonOne account to connect.
The SCS has three main printers for administrative staff as well as the option to print confidentially using your MyCarletonOne credentials. Printers are managed by the Print Shop. For more information on printing, check out:
The administrative staff computers are connected the university wide ITS Windows network. You require an active MyCarletonOne account and password in order to access your workstation.
ITS has an imaging server that updates the computers regularly. Updates and installing security patches is usually done after hours and on weekends.
Any problems and concerns can be directed to the ITS Help desk.