Student Service Centres

Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre (GSRC) aims to be a safe(r) space for Carleton students of all gender identities and sexual orientations. The GSRC takes an intersectional approach in its programming, offering education, advocacy, events, and support.

Location: 427 University Centre

Food Centre

The Food Centre offers a variety of programs aimed at promoting food security to the members of the Carleton campus community. It also operates as an emergency food assistance program for students, faculty, and staff in need of temporary assistance, meeting their basic food requirements.

Location: 427B University Centre

International Students’ Centre

Each year, Carleton welcomes many new and returning international students to campus. The International Students’ Centre aims to help these students navigate their way through their studies, life on campus, the city and their social calendars.

Location: 129B University Centre

Aboriginal Service Centre

The Aboriginal Service Centre (ASC) is aimed at promoting a safer space for Indigenous students at Carleton.

Location: 316A University Centre

Health and Wellness Centre

The Health and Wellness Centre is a space on campus that is targeted to help students find the resources necessary to learn more about mental, physical, environmental, emotional, occupational, spiritual and intellectual health.

Location: 314A University Centre

Foot Patrol

Foot Patrol performs patrols and walk homes throughout the week from Mondays to Friday 6pm to 12am. On Thursday, Foot Patrol offers their services until 2am. If ever you find yourself working late at night and you want company when walking to your next destination, give Foot Patrol a call at (613) 520-4066 and they will send two volunteers out to walk you home.

Location: 426H University Centre

REC Hall

Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Hall (REC Hall) advocates for equality while also promoting the respect, recognition and appreciation of all races, ethnic groups and cultures on campus.

Location: 316A University Centre

Carleton Disability Awareness Centre

The Carleton Disability Awareness Centre (CDAC) provides a range of services to students both with and without disabilities. CDAC’s main focus is on creating a greater awareness of disability and accessibility issues on campus through campaigns and programming.

Location: 424 University Centre


BECAMPS hosts workshops in the areas of Study Skills, Stress Reduction, and Life Skills. They strive to create a welcoming space for mature and part-time students to study, relax, and seek support.

Location: 314 University Centre