On this page, you will find the following student support resources.
Support and resources are available on Carleton's Mental Health and Well-Being page. Discover the tools and resources Carleton offers to help understand, manage, and improve your mental health and well-being while at university.
Click here for more information about crisis support, and here for a list of on- and off-campus emergency numbers and hotlines.
Carleton's Health and Counselling Services page offers information about medical and counselling services, and information about emergencies and crisis (e.g., urgent mental health problems, sexual assault, domestic violence, etc.).
Carleton has partnered with International SOS to offer students medical, safety, and security advice, as well as referrals and emotional support when travelling or living abroad.
Meet the Therapy Dog team members here!
There are plenty of resources available on campus. From registration to graduation, there are a variety of tools in place at Carleton to help you succeed.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology has Program Administrators and Program Coordinators to assist you throughout the course of your degree. Click here for their contact information.
The AAC offers Drop-In Academic Advising. With an Advisor, you can discuss choosing or changing your degree elements, reading and understanding your academic audit, developing a plan to get you on track with your CGPA, and understanding the academic rules and regulations such as the Academic Continuation Evaluation.
The CSAS offers Writing Services, one-on-one Learning Support Sessions, Learning Support Workshops, Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS), and English Conversation Sessions.
Academic accommodation for students with disabilities is available through the Paul Menton Centre (PMC).
In addition to our vibrant, active social life, our students are also supported in many ways by helpful mentors.
Sociology MA graduate and Alumni Mentor Hanna Stewart was featured in a Carleton Alumni story about mentorship and the Alumni Mentors community.
Carleton's Alumni Mentors program pairs students and recent graduates with an alumni mentor. Mentors are established professionals who want to help students and recent alumni build on their career aspirations and expand their professional networks.
The Graduate Peer Mentors are dedicated to building a strong community among our graduate students and support students through their grad school journey. Peer mentors offer individual meetings, and organize a range of activities, including workshops, and coffee hours. In the past, peer mentors have hosted informative workshops featuring guest speakers and held engaging coffee hours online and in-person that touched on various subjects, from music and books to vacations and goal-setting.
Feel free to join their group activities, engage in one-on-one conversations, or reach out for a friendly chat or a listening ear. They are here to support you!
The Graduate Transitions Series provides support for graduate students and alumni, and focuses on providing resources, strategies, and information about a range of career paths available to individuals with a graduate degree.
In terms of finances, there are plenty of resources available on campus to assist you with budgeting and personal finance.
When it comes to employability, there are many helpful resources available on campus.
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