Carleton University Online
Carleton University, located in Ottawa, was founded by the community in 1942 to meet the needs of veterans returning from the Second World War. Since those days, it has grown to become a leading university recognized for its leadership in teaching, research, community engagement and interdisciplinary study.
Carleton University OnLine (CUOL) is a flexible learning platform that offers a wide array of university credit courses and online programs. Both local students and students at a distance can take advantage of their online courses.
CUOL offers over a large variety of courses in areas as diverse as psychology, business and earth science.
Carleton University offers a variety of flexible online options for you to access courses, including their Video On Demand service, a web channel, a classroom live stream and their on-campus viewing room. They also offer a number of web-based courses through a course website.
Carleton University Health and Counselling Services
Carleton provides short-term counselling services. These services include individual, group, and problem solving sessions; consultation and referral services.
Carleton University – Maxwell MacOdrum Library
This site offers news, a list of library services, as well as course and subject guides.
This is a project of the Ontario Council of University Libraries. It provides a shared collection for all 21 university libraries in the province.
This organization provides resources for digital literacy and e-learning, and supports learning through access to electronic resources, reference services, learning tools, and more.
Carleton University - Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
Carleton University - Centre for Indigenous Initiatives aims to increase the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal students, faculty and staff at Carleton by ensuring Aboriginal cultures, traditions, and worldviews are respected and represented on campus.
Carleton University - Paul Menton Centre for Students With Disabilities
The Paul Menton Centre is responsible for the coordination of academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities.
Carleton University Graduate Students' Association (GSA)
Represents the full- and part-time graduate students registered at Carleton. One of the GSA's primary goals is to promote communication between grad students and the university administration, as well as the various departments. By representing graduate students on university committees, the GSA is able to ensure that the interests and collective voice of Carleton grads are heard.