RESOURCES

Mental Health Resources on Campus

University Wide Counselling Services:
2600 Carleton Technology and Training Centre
613-520-6674
Walk-Ins 11am-4pm M-F

Residence Counselling Services:
121 Renfrew Building
613-520-2600 Ext. 8061

Crisis After Hours:
Department of University Safety:
613-520-4444

Good 2 Talk: 1-866-925-5454
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Research Resources

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Carleton University Research Virtual Environment (CURVE)


CURVE is a repository containing both Students and Faculty theses, dissertations, publications and our very own MacOdrum Library’s digital collection. 
If you are interested in participating in research, Carleton has a few options:

First and Second-year students can take part in psychological studies to receive class credit (up to 4% in research participant credits) using the SONA system. 

There is also the opportunity to become a Research volunteer by participating in a professor's lab (which are typically held online). This can help you gain experience in your field of interest, and connect with potential thesis supervisors with similar interests. Reach out to professors and research-adjunct professors via email to see if they have a lab, and if they are taking laboratory volunteers. Faculty emails can be found on the department website.