Carleton University is committed to providing a living and learning environment that promotes student success both inside and outside of the classroom. There are many elements that contribute to student success. 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.
Are you graduating this year? If so, come to the New Grad & Alumni Career Fair on Wednesday, March 6 to meet employers who want to hire Carleton grads! Get your resumé ready and come prepared. The growing list of employers attending the fair can be found here. The fair will be held in the Unicentre ... more
If you’re interested in serving an important role in the governance of Carleton University, consider running for an undergraduate student seat on the Board of Governors. In the 2013 Elections, the following two positions are available: ONE undergraduate student to fill a vacancy in this current term, from March 2013 to June 2013 to be ... more
CU Cinema: Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted For those of you still around before we start reading week, come by for some digitally animated fun. As always, CU Cinema will take place on Friday in 2200 River Building. This week, will be screening Madagascar 3 at 9 p.m. Submit a film to the Student Film ... more
The deadline to submit your 30% off Ontario Tuition grant application has been extended. Eligible full time students registered for both the Fall and Winter terms now have until March 1, 2013 to submit their 30% off Ontario Tuition Grant application ... more
International Development Week (IDW) allows for members of the Carleton community to develop greater international understanding, while learning about different opportunities to become engaged as global citizens. The International Student Services Office, in collaboration with other university partners, works to offer programs and events throughout the first week of February, centered on these themes. There ... more