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Reporting Graffiti and Hateful Messages on Campus
Carleton is committed to providing a safe, supportive and respectful environment for all. Hateful and discriminatory messaging is not tolerated at Carleton University and Carleton takes such reports seriously.

If you see any hateful or discriminatory messaging on campus (including graffiti or signage) please contact the Campus Safety Services non-emergency line: 613-520-3612 or dial 3612 from any on-campus phone.

Be Kind
We are all living in and navigating a complex world, and each of us faces unique challenges and stressors. Everyone you meet is juggling responsibilities and deadlines in a time of change and uncertainty. In a community that embraces diversity, inclusion and fosters a sense of belonging, it is important for each of us to extend kindness and understanding to our classmates, professors and colleagues.

It is also important to know that Carleton has policies and procedures in place to support and maintain an inclusive and respectful university environment and these policies, including Student Rights and Responsibilities, apply to student conduct on campus and online. Carleton University is committed to providing a living, learning and working environment that promotes student success inside and outside of the classroom. To that end, any form of bullying or harassment – including racism, sexism, intimidation, or trolling behaviour is not welcome in our community, whether it occurs in person or electronically, and will not be tolerated.

Support Services
Equity and Inclusive Communities (EIC) fosters the development of an inclusive and transformational culture at Carleton where diversity is embraced and a sense of belonging is nurtured. From sexual violence survivor support to responding to discrimination and harassment, the team has resources to support you. Students can contact the Department of Equity and Inclusive Communities at 613-520-2600 ext. 5622 or email with any questions or concerns that they may have.

The Wellness website has excellent information, resources and events to support your mental and physical wellness. If you aren’t sure where to start, our Wellness Services Navigator provides a confidential and curated list of mental health and wellness resources. You simply answer a series of questions about how you feel and specific concerns that describe your circumstances, and then the navigator will provide a tailored list of resources on campus and in the community based on your answers.

Carleton students also have access to free, confidential counselling services, including:

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