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 click here to visit the Equity Services website