Carleton is committed to providing students with a full range of support services for their physical and mental health, wellness, accessibility, spiritual practices, and other needs.

All students are required to have health insurance by the time they arrive on campus. Our Business Office website has information on how to waive or enroll in Carleton’s student health insurance (required by August 15).

Student Support Offices

Student Health and CounselingStudent Health and Counseling offers medical and counseling services to all Carleton students. Explore their site to find out about how to access care and the variety of services offered.
Office of Accessibility ResourcesFor students with documented disabilities, the Office of Accessibility Resources provides academic accommodations and other support services that include time management, assistive technology, and alternative testing rooms.
Office of the ChaplainThe role of the Carleton Chaplaincy is to help deepen the spiritual and ethical life of the campus. Chaplains also serve as resources for student religious groups of all faiths on campus.
Office of Health PromotionThe Office of Health Promotion exists to help all Carleton students flourish. Explore their site to learn more about Carleton’s therapy dogs, how to maintain healthy sleep patterns, and other ways to promote your well-being.
Academic Support CenterThe Academic Support Center provides tutoring, writing and speaking support, skills training, and much more.
First-Generation @ CarletonFirst-generation students contribute greatly to the vibrancy of the Carleton experience. Learn more about our resources for supporting these students.
International Student LifeCarleton’s ISL office has a wealth of resources for welcoming and acclimating new international students.
Recreation CenterWhether you want a physically challenging activity or a space for quiet contemplation, the Recreation Center is the place to be.
Additional Student ServicesThe Student Gateway provides a full listing of campus resources for students.