Carleton’s Campus Services office oversees many of the service-oriented departments that make our campus a great place for students, staff, faculty, and visitors to live, work, and explore.

Dining Services

Carleton Dining Services offers food in five different campus locations, all open to students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Carleton Dining Hall


Carleton is served by numerous buses, shuttles, and vans. The College also maintains a fleet of vehicles that can be reserved for conducting official College business.
Northfield Lines shuttle van

Print Services

Print Services offers professional and economical printing and duplicating for members of the Carleton and Northfield community.
Carleton print services office

Mail Services

Along with campus mail, Carleton’s Mail Services offers USPS, FedEx, UPS letter and package delivery.
A student checks her mailbox in Sayles-Hill Campus Center


The OneCard serves many functions: identification, building access, dining dollars, library checkouts, student copy & print privileges, and payment at St. Olaf and select Northfield businesses.
Two students standing outdoors holding up their OneCards

Security Services

Carleton’s team of public safety professionals works to maintain campus safety and the security of the entire community of students, staff, faculty, and campus visitors.
Security Officer Elliott Courchaine talks with a student

Carleton Bookstore

The Carleton Bookstore serves the needs of the campus community by providing course materials and supplies, Carleton clothing and gifts, and general reading books.
Carleton Bookstore

Campus Scheduling

Campus Scheduling helps the Carleton community with reserving rooms and spaces for meetings and events.
Empty classroom

Alumni Guest House

Rooms in the Alumni Guest House are for the use of guests of the College, including Alumni, parents, friends, guest speakers, job candidates, and more.
A bedroom in the Alumni Guest House

Conferences & Events

The Office Of Conferences and Event Services oversees ceremonial events in addition to many internal and external events they help coordinate.
A festive banquet in the Weitz Center