Sign up for Carleton 360
Get started in Carleton360 to receive tailored information on our programs, student services and community.
Start in September:
Applications open: September of preceding year
Deadline to apply: April 1
Deadline to apply: June 1 (for students whose transcripts originate in Canada or the US)
(Note: Some programs have earlier deadlines and portfolio requirements)
Start in January (limited programs)
Applications open: late September
Deadline to apply: October 15
Deadline to apply: November 15 (for students whose transcripts originate in Canada or the US)
Admissions for most programs are done on a ‘rolling’ basis – as soon as an application and sufficient grades are provided, an assessment can be made.
You will receive an acknowledgement email with your Carleton applicant number and your MyCarletonOne (MC1) username and password, along with details on how to check the status of your application on our student portal—Carleton 360.
When you log in to your Carleton 360 account, you will see any documents we require, and be able to upload pdfs directly. Typically we request:
Please do not send duplicate documents unless you have confirmed with Admissions that additional copies are required.
You can view offers of admission in Carleton 360 by clicking on the View Offer Details link on the application page. Important information about your degree program, any offer of scholarship or a space in residence, and information needed to obtain a study permit is included in your offer package. Any conditions associated with your offer will appear in your offer letter. Conditions may include things like updated or official transcripts, final grades or proof of graduation. Please review your conditions carefully and contact us if you have any questions.
Offers should be accepted by the date indicated on the offer letter in order to reserve a space in the program. It may be possible to accept offers after that date, subject to availability.
It’s important to remember that most offers of admission are conditional.
Next steps: Find out how and when to secure a spot in residence, apply for a study permit, register for classes and more.
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