Wellness in mind, body and spirit is important to your success at university.
Carleton’s Health and Counselling Services is staffed by trained service providers (family physicians, counsellors, registered nurses, psychologists and wellness educators).
A team of medical professionals, including family physicians and registered nurses, is available on campus for general medical services, by appointment. For more immediate medical assistance, you can use our walk-in services.
Carleton offers you confidential counselling services – whether you are experiencing difficulties in studying or adjusting to university life – to promote your health and well-being.
An Indigenous Counsellor is also available for students wanting culturally sensitive counselling that is embedded in Indigenous cultural knowledge and experiences.
Carleton’s Health Promotion Services offers mental health and wellness guides to aid you in your transition to university. These guides include information about nutrition, building healthy habits and more.
Reach out to the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives to learn more about the cultural aspects of health.