Ressources de transition pour étudiantes et étudiants universitaires

La présente liste de ressources vise à renforcer les connaissances et les compétences nécessaires pour assurer le succès des études universitaires. Les programmes suivants sont accessibles à celles et ceux qui fréquentent une université de l’Ontario.

Il ne s’agit pas d’une liste exhaustive, puisque les universités apportent régulièrement des ajustements à ces services.

Vous avez des questions ou vous avez besoin d’information? Communiquez directement avec l’université en question.

Nota : Puisque plusieurs universités sont anglophones, les renseignements qu'elles ont fourni sont en anglais seulement.

Carleton University

Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement

  • Provides a culturally safe space for dialogue and learning by nurturing a sense of belonging for Indigenous students.
  • The Ojigkwanong Indigenous Student Centre, housed within the CII, is a space where First Nation, Métis and Inuit students can study, socialize and participate in academic and cultural programming.

Centre for Student Academic Support (CSAS)

  • Free services for developing academic skills.
  • Offers a variety of support programs to improve your academic performance.
  • Available online.

CHEM Matters

  • A week-long course designed to help prepare students coming into CHEM 1001.
  • Summer delivery.
  • For fees and registration details, consult our website.

COMP Matters

  • A 1-week course for first-year students developing and practicing problem solving skills in a computer science context.
  • Summer delivery. Registration opens in June.
  • For fees, consult our website.

Current Student Website

  • Connects you to online services that help you succeed professionally, personally and academically.

First-Year Engineering Support

  • Free online tutoring via the Elsie MacGill Learning Centre for first-year engineering students, including help with core engineering, math and science courses.

Learning Support Services

  • Free learning support workshops and one-on-one sessions on topics like note-taking, research skills, citation and referencing, lab reports, learning strategies, balancing school and work, and time management.
  • Topics offered online.

Mathematics and Statistics Learning Assistance Program

  • Free support of first-year mathematics and statistics courses.
  • Provides learning support and solutions to homework questions through assistance videos.

Math Matters

  • A 1-week online refresher course for first-year students entering degree programs at Carleton with a math component.
  • Summer delivery.
  • For fees and registration details, consult our website.

Pathways to Graduation

  • An online resource designed to help guide you through each phase of your undergraduate degree along a path to graduation that is right for you.

Peer-Assisted Study Sessions

  • Free online and in-person group sessions for individual subjects.

Science Student Success Centre

  • Provides a wide range of support for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science, including mentoring, workshops and activities to help improve academic performance and enhance personal success.

Student Experience Office

  • One of your first stops when you arrive at Carleton University! Supports your successful transition to university life by preparing you to achieve personal, social and academic goals.
  • Offers CU 1001 - Your Start to Student Life at Carleton, a free online bundled mini-course experience that provides you with a focused introduction to the Carleton community and prepares you for your journey as future Ravens.
  • Offers continued support through your time at Carleton through leadership development, transitional support programming and events that encourage your engagement (programs offered online, some require registration).
  • Offers summer, fall, winter and academic orientation (virtual programming, registration required).

Writing Services

  • Free service that supports your academic writing.
  • In-person and online appointments available.

Contact Carleton University