Off-Campus Studies in collaboration with the Office of Accessibility Resources (OAR) at Carleton encourages and supports students with disabilities as they explore opportunities to study off campus, domestically and internationally. Different cultures and communities offer different degrees of access and the availability of accommodation resources can vary significantly. The key to a successful off-campus study participation is early notification and planning. We encourage you to contact early in your planning process.

Carleton and Carleton Global Engagement Programs

Filling out the Health Questionnaire on the OCS Student Portal alerts OCS staff to needed accommodations. An OCS adviser will follow up to discuss arrangements appropriate for the program site. Note that accommodations do not automatically transfer to an OCS program. They must be requested (enacted) by the student on the Health Questionnaire. You should also renew your accommodations through OAR as you would on campus.

Non-Carleton Programs

Follow the process outlined on the Office of Accessibility Resources website. Please be advised that your Carleton-approved accommodations do not automatically transfer to your non-Carleton program provider.