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  • 1. CAMPUS SERVICES Summer Orientation Program
  • 2.
    • Campus Card (video)
    • Career Development and Co-operative Education
    • Campus Safety
    • Parking
    • Dining Services (video)
    Overview
  • 3.  
  • 4. WHAT IS THE CAMPUS CARD?
    • The Campus Card serves many functions at Carleton….
    • Carleton Photo ID Card
    • Residence Door Access Card
    • Library Card
    • Athletics Access Card
    • Residence Meal Plan Card
    • Exam Entrance ID
    • On-Campus Debit Card
    • Accepted at 430 locations on campus
  • 5.
    • Adding Money
      • In person
      • Online
      • Via fax
    • Dining Dollars vs. Convenience Dollars
    • On and Off Campus Meal Plans
    • 5% Discounts on Textbooks at the Bookstore
    USING YOUR CAMPUS CARD
  • 6.
    • Carleton Central
      • Online transaction review system
      • Deactivation
    • Lost cards may be found at…
      • Campus Card Office
    USING YOUR CAMPUS CARD
  • 7. Career Development and Co-operative Education Supporting Successful Transitions www.carleton.ca/cdce
  • 8.
    • Support Services
      • Group Workshops
      • Individual counseling and advising sessions
      • Formal testing and assessment
      • Support with graduate school or professional exploration
      • Alumni mentoring, volunteer opportunities, resource centre
    CAREER DEVELOPMENT
  • 9.
    • Helps you Find a Job!
      • Engages with over 400 employers
      • 3 annual all-discipline, on-campus career fairs
      • Program-specific employer panels
      • Special guest speakers
      • Networking receptions
      • Employer recruitment presentations
      • On-campus job interviews
    • MyCareer (through Carleton Central)
      • Online job posting and resume collection service
    CAREER DEVELOPMENT
  • 10.
    • 80 programs have a co-op option
    • Up to 16 months of paid work in the field
    • Requires a B+ average, emphasis on achievement in core subjects
    • May enter co-op in Year 1 or Year 2 *
    • Must be eligible to work in Canada
    CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION
  • 11. Parking Services www.carleton.ca/parking
  • 12.
    • 14 parking lots on campus, including a covered parking garage
    • You can buy parking passes online or at Parking Services located in Robertson Hall
    CAMPUS PARKING LOTS
  • 13.
    • Parking Passes
      • A September-April student pass costs approx. $225 + tax
    • Pay & Display Parking
      • Parking lot 7 (P7)
    PARKING COSTS
  • 14.
    • Ottawa U Free Shuttle
    • Bicycling
      • Bike Compounds
    • OC Transpo
      • O-Train
      • Buses
      • Buy bus tickets or monthly/semester bus passes
    Alternate Modes of Transportation
  • 15. Campus Safety www.carleton.ca/safety
  • 16.
    • Safety is a shared responsibility at Carleton
    • The Department of University Safety has a number of security programs:
      • Foot Patrol
      • Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT)
      • Working After Hours Program
      • Personal Alarm Pendant Program
    PERSONAL SAFETY
  • 17.
    • Foot Patrol is one of the CUSA Service Centres :
      • Call 613-520-4066 for a safe walk home
      • Foot Patrol goes anywhere within a 30-minute radius of campus
    • CUSERT
      • Provides medical assistance to anyone who needs it on campus, often as an intermediary before paramedics arrive
      • Staffed by student volunteers who receive full First Aid training (free!)
    STUDENT RUN SAFETY SERVICES
  • 18.
    • Emergency situations
      • Dial 4444 on any campus phone
      • Call 613-520-4444 from your cell phone
    • Assistance Phones
      • Located in the Library, Parking Garage, computer labs or building lobbies/corridors
      • Exterior assistance phone towers
      • Tunnel level assistance phones
    EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
  • 19.
    • Emergency situations may involve alcohol or other substances
    • To avoid this type of incident, keep the following in mind:
      • Drink in moderation
      • Do not leave your drink unattended
      • Stay with a group of friends
      • Do not drive or walk home alone after drinking
    ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE USE
  • 20. Dining Services
  • 21.
    • WHERE TO EAT?
    • 11 Locations on Campus – so it’s up to you!
    DINING SERVICES