Academic Support for Students
The Academic Support Center (ASC) supports and guides all Carleton students in their pursuit of academic excellence. The ASC offers assistance with time management, critical thinking, and study strategies, as well as specific skills such as writing, public speaking, math, and more.
Accommodations for Students
The Office of Accessibility Resources promotes access and equity for all students at Carleton. They value full access to the wide range of academic, organizational, residential, and work opportunities for Carleton students, regardless of disability status. And they aim to be a catalyst for ensuring equal learning and working opportunities for students with disabilities.
All faculty should familiarize themselves with the campus governance structure. Responsibility for the operation of the College is imposed by law upon the Board of Trustees. The Board must assign the functions to a range of administrative officers, faculty, and other individuals or groups.
At Carleton, much of the policy regarding the life of the College falls naturally into two categories: educational policy, which is established by the faculty; and other matters of campus governance, on which policy is formulated by the College Council. Faculty exercise that responsibility in their monthly meeting, under the direction of their elected President, with the assistance of a standing committee, known as the Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC).
View a full list of college committees.
Barnes & Noble Bookstore – Sayles Hill
To adopt textbooks for your class, access the Adoptions and Insights Portal through the Hub.
Computers and Telephones
Faculty Development Accounts/Payroll
Fitness and Recreation
Carleton College encourages all students, faculty, and staff to seek and maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle. The Recreation Center ensures a safe and inviting experience with expansive offerings.
Registration and Grading
Carleton’s Security Services team works to maintain campus safety and the security of the entire Carleton community, students, staff, faculty, and campus visitors.
Student Questions and Resources
The Dean of Students and Associate Deans serve as advocates, advisers, and problem solvers for all students at Carleton. They offer educational counseling, monitor academic progress, and administer College policies.
Student Health and Counseling provides help for students seeking medical, counseling, psychiatry, and nutrition services.
TRIO / Student Support Services
The Carleton College TRIO/SSS program assists participants in overcoming social, cultural, financial, personal, academic, and other challenges to fully participate in the life of the college and ultimately achieve the goal of graduation.
The Carleton College Ombuds Office is a resource for workplace concerns for faculty and staff, providing employees with a comfortable place to discuss problems or concerns, de-escalate issues, and improve working relationships.