As a part of the Alternative Spring Break program, students participate in several fundraisers to help cover the cost of their trips. Please check out the fundraisers below to find out how you can support the 2017-2018 ASB participants!


2017-2018 Events

Cookies for Change
November 1st through 10th, 2017| Rooster’s Coffee House

The Student Experience Office has partnered with CUSA to provide Cookies for Change at Rooster’s Coffee House. Faculty, staff, students, and family are invited to visit Rooster’s Coffee House and ask for the ASB Cookie. Cookies will sell for 2 for $2.00, plus HST. Net proceeds will be donated to all participants.

Silent Auction
November 22nd and 23rd, 2017| University Centre Atrium

The silent auction occurs in the University Centre atrium and features a wide range of donated items. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to bid on the items over the two-day event. If you are interested in donating an item to the Silent Auction, please contact csl@carleton.ca.

ASB Bookstore Raffle
Draw to occur December 1st, 2017

The Student Experience Office is raffling off a $500 gift certificate for the Carleton University Bookstore. Raffle tickets are 1 for $2.00, or 3 for $5.00. Raffle tickets can be purchased through ASB participants directly, or by emailing csl@carleton.ca .

ASB Delivers
January 25th, 2018| Registration is now open!

Carleton faculty and staff have the opportunity to order a delicious hot lunch, prepared by Carleton Dining Services, for only $10. ASB participants will deliver the meals directly to offices, and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Alternative Spring Break program. This year, meal options include a ¼ chicken meal with side wedges, a crispy chicken sandwich with side wedges, and the Three Sisters bowl (vegan). The ASB Delivers order form is available here until January 19th at 4:30 pm. For more information, please email Niamh O’Shea.


Sources of Complimentary Funding

The Alternative Spring Break Program provides several opportunities for students to offset their program costs (which includes flights, accommodations, and food*). Based on statistics from last year’s program, participants received approximately $765 in funding support (from the CUSA Conference and Discretionary Fund, faculty contributions, and fundraisers organized by the Student Experience Office). Please note this figure is an average, as some students received slightly more or less than this amount. There are also several opportunities for individual fundraising to allow for a greater amount of the program costs to be subsidized. For more information please contact the Student Development and Community Outreach Coordinator, Niamh O’Shea.

*Students may be responsible for some meals (depending on their destination and arrangements that have been made)