The following is a list and descriptions of the services offered under the Office of the Vice-President (Students and Enrolment).
Academic Advising Centre
302 Tory Building
The Academic Advising Centre’s (AAC) primary focus is to support undergraduate and special students in achieving academic success. The AAC offers walk-in advising sessions for students who are experiencing academic difficulty, need assistance understanding their academic audit, want to ensure they are fulfilling their degree program’s academic requirements or have been placed on Academic Warning.
Awards and Financial Aid
202 Robertson Hall
The Awards and Financial Aid office administers various financial aid and awards programs to reward academic achievement and to provide financial assistance. The office is responsible for the administration of undergraduate scholarships (entrance and prestige), bursary and work study programs.
401 Tory Building
Career Services is Carleton University’s on-campus centre for career development and exploration, employment preparation, and the primary place to find experiential learning opportunities for all current students and alumni.
Centre for Student Academic Support
4th Floor MacOdrum Library
The Centre for Student Academic Support (CSAS) is a centralized collection of learning support services designed to help students achieve their goals and improve their learning both inside and outside the classroom. CSAS offers academic assistance with course content, academic writing and skill development.
1400 Carleton Technology & Training Centre
Carleton’s Co-operative Education Program is an excellent way for students to get a head start on building their career. Through co-op, students develop key employability skills, create a network of industry professionals, and gain valuable, degree-related work experience while earning money to help reduce student debt.
Department of Recreation and Athletics
As the active hub on campus, the Department of Recreation and Athletics (Athletics) is dedicated to providing a broad spectrum of sport, fitness and recreational opportunities for our students and the Carleton community.
From Intention to Action
4th floor MacOdrum Library
The From Intention to Action (FIT: Action) program supports undergraduate and graduate students in the often stressful university experience. They help students to better manage stress and improve their academic performance, adjusting to their lifestyle in a healthy way.
Health and Counselling Services
2600 Carleton Technology and Training Centre
Health and Counselling Services (HCS) is the health and wellness centre on campus. HCS offers medical and counselling services and a health promotion program. HCS medical professionals include family physicians, registered nurses, and a health educator, who provide specialized services in addition to basic medical and walk-in services.
Their counselling staff, which includes an international student counsellor, a sexual violence/ trauma counsellor and three counsellors located in residence, are available to help students with personal and emotional difficulties. All health records are confidential. Appointments are recommended, however, students can access medical walk-in between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. Monday to Friday. A limited number of same-day counselling spots are available daily on a walk-in basis each afternoon.
International Student Services Office
128 University Centre
The International Student Services Office (ISSO) centralizes all services for registered international students and administers exchange programs for outgoing and incoming students.
Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities
500 University Centre
Carleton University is committed to providing access for students with disabilities to its rich variety of educational opportunities. The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) is the primary department on campus that coordinates academic accommodations and support services for Carleton students with disabilities.
Residence Life Services
261 Stormont House
Housing and Residence Life Services works to create student focused residence community and strives to continuously provide quality service to support our residents.
Scheduling and Exam Services
508 University Centre
Scheduling and Exam Services (SES) is the department mandated with creating course timetables and coordinating formally scheduled final examinations on behalf of the university community.
430 Tory Building
The Office of Student Affairs is responsible for directing several programs, policies and services that aim to make your on-campus experience a positive one.
Student Experience Office
430 Tory Building
The Student Experience Office (SEO) is responsible for ensuring new students make a successful transition to university life by preparing students to achieve personal, social, and academic goals; in addition, the SEO offers leadership development, transitional support programming, and events that encourage student engagement.
Undergraduate Recruitment Office and Admissions Services
315 Robertson Hall
613-520-3663 or 1-888-354-4414 (toll-free in Canada)
The Undergraduate Recruitment Office (URO) and Admissions Services recruit and admit the best and brightest students to Carleton University. The Undergraduate Recruitment Office is the “welcome centre” for prospective undergraduate students and provides information about Carleton and represents all undergraduate programs and services.
University Registrar’s Office
300 Tory Building
The Registrar’s Office (RO) manages the academic activities of all Undergraduate and Special students, and manages the academic records of all Carleton students, past and present, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Special.
Office of the Vice-President (Students and Enrolment)
420 Tory Building
The Office of the Vice-President (Students and Enrolment), works with students, faculty, university administration, and student government to enhance the university experience for all Carleton University students. The mission of the Office of the Vice-President (S & E) is to provide comprehensive support for students from their first point of contact with the university through to graduation. Together our offices provide programs and services to recruit students, support students through the application and admission process, promote student development and learning, enhance the student experience, and contribute to the creation of an environment for student success.