We’re here to help you. Here are some of the common resources our transfer students use:
Faculty members invested in your success.
The Academic Support Center, where you’ll find help navigating the academic workload with organization and confidence.
Carleton’s TRIO program offers academic, personal, and financial support to first-generation college students, and to students who have a documented disability. Transfer students who are eligible for the program will be sent an invitation to apply following their acceptance to Carleton.
Carleton’s Career Center offers an array of opportunities, designed to prepare students for their career or for graduate school.
Carleton’s off-campus studies office facilitates exploration of the world. Most recently, our students participated in 105 different programs in 45 countries. The Office of Student Fellowships helps students explore funding opportunities for national and international fellowships for graduate study, language study, teaching and research abroad, and other pursuits.
Carleton’s Disability Services office works with the community to create barrier-free environments in and outside of the classroom, including academic accommodations.
Carleton’s support resources extend beyond academics. You’ll find plenty of resources to help you succeed both insideside and outside the classroom. Some of these programs include International and Intercultural Life, TRIO, the Gender and Sexuality Center, the Carleton Chaplaincy, Student Health and Counseling, the Title IX Lead Team, Student Activities, and the Center for Community and Civic Engagement.