Healthcare on Campus
Health and Counselling Services is your health and wellness centre on campus. Here you will find a healthcare facility that provides medical, counselling, and health promotion programs to students and staff.
The team of medical professionals including family physicians and registered nurses provides outpatient medical services and serve as primary care providers at Health and Counselling Services (HCS). Appointments can be made for general health concerns, and walk-in services are available for those in need of more immediate medical assistance. HCS provides specialized services to meet the needs of the Carleton University student, faculty, and staff population in addition to basic medical and walk-in services.
The main facility is located in the Carleton Technology and Training Centre where you can also find a pharmacy to fill your prescriptions. For additional information, please visit the Health and Counselling Services website.
Counselling in Residence
We are very pleased to offer a unique Health and Counselling Services satellite office located in Residence Commons where students can seek confidential counselling. Here, short term counselling is available to help alleviate distress and promote healthy functioning. Some examples of issues students may discuss with a counsellor include: coping with stress and homesickness, handling a crisis, increasing self-esteem, gender identity, eating disorders, and dealing with alcohol and drug concerns. If you would like to meet with one of our counsellors in residence, please call 613-520-2600 extension 8061; their office is located in 131 Renfrew. You can also find more information at http://carleton.ca/health/residence-counselling/
Sexual assault is any unwanted act of a sexual nature that is imposed on another person without their consent. Anyone who has been sexually assaulted should receive immediate and appropriate services. Carleton provides services to help those who have experienced sexual assault, and offers the campus community educational and sexual assault awareness programming. Click here for more information.
Carleton University is host to students, staff, and faculty from various racial, cultural, and ethnic background. Equity Services endeavours to ensure that every member of the University community is able to work, study, and live in an environment free from prejudice, discrimination, and harassment. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of gender, race, colour, place of origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, creed, or political affiliation. In the event of concerns or complaints of racial discrimination and/or harassment, Equity Services provides impartial advice and assistance with the goal of ensuring concerns are addressed early and at the informal stage. For more information, please visit the Equity Services website.