We're committed to your academic and professional success.
From our School policies governing your journalism to our Undergraduate team, we’ll ensure you have the support you need as you journey through our program.
Understanding our Journalism policies
Our Ethics Policy policy sets out the rules of behaviour that you, as students and journalists, are expected to follow.
Our Publishing Policy requires certain authorizations before journalistic coursework can be published outside of the class. In addition, your sources must understand that any assignments they are associated with may be published outside of class.
Our Electronic Material Usage Policy requires that you follow copyright regulations with respect to your use of all materials culled from the internet.
Navigating through the program
Best of all, we are here to help you along the way.
Different questions can be answered by different departments of the University. The following chart will help you navigate the resources.
|I’m looking to:||Where to start?|
|Understand my audit||Journalism Undergraduate Advisor|
|Plan out course selection in my major/minor||Journalism Undergraduate Advisor|
|Gain course access||All registration activity is managed online through Carleton Central. If you are missing a prerequsite, submit an Override Request through the Main Menu of Carleton Central.|
|Take courses at another institution in Canada||If applying to a Letter of Permission, the Registrar’s Office will oversee your application. The Journalism Undergraduate Advisor can assist once the credits appear on your audit.|
|Go on exchange||Information on applying for the Exchange Process can be found at the International Student Services Office. To learn how exchange would impact your courses contact the Journalism Undergraduate Advisor.|
|Prepare for registration or register for courses||For assistance navigating the registration system, review the Registration website. Your Journalism Undergraduate Advisor can assist with course selection.|
|Improve my grades or my study skills||Learning Support Services|
|Improve my work in JOUR 1000||Check the Student Academic Success Centre program called PASS. There is a PASS group just for JOUR 1000|
|Get help as an international student||International Student Services Office|
Still have a question?
Please get in touch.
You can email or book an appointment. Depending on what you’re wondering about, your Journalism Undergraduate Administrator will either help you directly, or refer you to your Undergraduate Supervisor.
From your Carleton account, send an email when you have a question, can’t locate information, or have a change in your student status or situation. Your Undergraduate Administrator will review your file and help you find the information you need.
Normal response time for email is 2-3 business days, and longer during peak times of the year such as registration.
You can set up a consultation to do the following:
- review all components of your journalism major
- discuss academic difficulties, low GPA, and academic improvement planning
- discuss your exchange, letter of permission or transfer credits
- create a hypothetical course plan for the future