The Carleton Trans Advocacy Group (CTAG) is a volunteer-run advocacy group formed to address the needs of trans and nonbinary students, faculty, and staff at Carleton University. This grassroots group was formed in 2019 and is comprised of under/grad students, staff, and faculty members who are either trans, nonbinary, or trans allies and educators. CTAG advises the Trans and Non-Binary Inclusion Coordinator and seeks to address gender inequities and injustices at Carleton. CTAG held their first official meeting with Carleton administration on February 1, 2019, after having submitted a list of demands to the University on January 12th. To learn more about CTAG, contact Julia-Sinclair Palm or Laura Horak (faculty co-leads).

Interested in getting involved? Fill out this Google Form to add your name to CTAG’s mailing list.

Calls to Action!

See CTAG’s Calls to Action for Carleton University, which CTAG submitted to President Bacon on February 11, 2022, with the endorsement of 21 campus organizations (including CASG, CUSA, GSA, CUASA, CUPE 4600, and CUPE 2424) and 215 students, faculty, staff, and alumni!


CTAG congratulates Nat Jackett, the first ever recipient of the CASG x Carleton Trans Advocacy Group (CTAG) Affirmative Action Scholarship for Trans Students!

Carleton Trans Advocacy Group Co-Leads