With a great selection of summer courses, Carleton University is an ideal place to spend your summer.
Whether you want to get a head start on university, pick up some credits or missed courses, or enjoy some intellectual stimulation, Carleton offers courses for current students, students on a letter of permission and members of the Ottawa community.
You can also take advantage of all that Canada’s capital has to offer, from the many cultural events and festivals that take place throughout the summer months, to the multitude of national and historic institutions that are located here.
Start up, catch up, or brush up at Carleton University this summer.
The Registration website (www.carleton.ca/registration) has been updated with information pertaining to the 2013-2014 academic year – this includes dates and deadlines and the time-ticket schedule. Please note that this site does not include the 2013-2014 academic schedule; the schedule will be released by June 15 via Carleton Central.... more
If you will be submitting a Verification of Student Status form to the Registrar’s Office to be completed in order to access your RESP funds, please be sure to consult the RESP checklist (available here) in order to ensure that you have included all the necessary information.... more
The Registrar’s Office is pleased to announce the launch of the electronic Certificate of Enrolment. When you order a Certificate of Enrolment through Carleton Central you will now have the additional option of having this official document delivered to your *Carleton email address as a printable PDF. For further details visit http://www1.carleton.ca/registrar/your-record/certificate-of-enrollment/. *Please note that ... more
The Registrar’s Office has introduced a new online application available in Carleton Central for students who would like to take a course on a Letter of Permission at another University. For eligibility requirements and application information, please visit our Letter of Permission webpage.... more
New for summer term 2013: registration begins on March 27. Timetickets: Wednesday, March 27 (8:30 a.m.): Graduate, 4th year undergraduate and 1st year undergraduate students Wednesday, March 27 (2:00 p.m.): 2nd year undergraduate and 3rd year undergraduate students Thursday, March 28 (8:30 a.m.): Special students and University of Ottawa exchange students Class Schedule: The public ... more