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Carleton University seeks to facilitate opportunities for educators like you and provide your students with many ways to get involved with Carleton.
Guidance counsellors can schedule opportunities for Carleton in your school!
Students are invited to get involved with Carleton University by:
Spend a day at Carleton with one of the Faculty of Public Affairs (FPA) student ambassadors. Learn about the experience of university students firsthand by attending class, enjoying a complimentary lunch at the caf, discovering our campus, and getting acquainted with the unique resources available for FPA students. FPA undergraduate programs include:
Learn more about Spend the Day with FPA.
Experience firsthand what the Sprott School of Business has to offer by shadowing a Sprott student for a day. Attend a class, enjoy a complimentary lunch at the caf with your student host, and visit the Sprott undergraduate hub. Sprott School of Business undergraduate programs include:
Learn more about Sprott Student for a Day.
Students interested in the Bachelor of Engineering can spend a day with a current Engineering student. This includes accompanying the student to lectures, laboratories and tutorial sessions, visiting Carleton’s campus, enjoying a complimentary meal in the caf, and meeting with a representative from the Engineering Outreach Office.
Learn more about the Carleton Engineering Student for a Day program.
Alternatively, students can request a tour of Carleton’s Engineering facilities, or meet with a faculty member. To schedule an Engineering tour or faculty meeting, students can contact the Engineering Outreach Office.
Experience Chemistry at Carleton University! Upper-year high school classes are invited to join Carleton University’s Chemistry Department to participate in a chemistry class. This includes visiting Carleton’s state-of-the-art Superlab, performing a first-year laboratory experiment and attending a first-year Chemistry lecture.
Learn more about high school class visits to the Chemistry Department.
Students of various ages can enrich their math skills with the School of Mathematics and Statistics. The Math Enrichment Centre provides opportunities for students who already do well in school and would like to experience mathematics beyond their school curriculum.
Learn more about the opportunities for students offered through the Math Enrichment Centre.
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