The MacOdrum Library houses a collection of more than 3.4 million books, journals, government documents, maps, newspapers, games, music scores, CDs, microforms, archives and rare materials, including a wide range of electronic resources available any time via the web. While in the building, you can connect to the library’s wireless network or take advantage of the Laptop Loan program. During the fall/winter term, the library hours are extended to better accommodate students’ needs. Recent additions to the library include facilities such as labs for digital and immersive media production, a collaborative learning classroom and a new Discovery Centre where students and faculty can work together on research initiatives. Experienced staff throughout the library are available in person, by phone and online to help students.
Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities
The Paul Menton Centre (PMC) coordinates academic and support services for students with disabilities. Services include academic accommodations, attendant services, alternate formats, adaptive technology, notetaking, sign language interpretation, learning support and services specific to your educational-related disability needs.
Health and Counselling Services
Carleton’s multidisciplinary on-campus healthcare facility provides medical, counselling and health education services to the university’s students.