The center of campus life, Sayles is home to Carleton’s snack bar, bookstore, post office, and many other student gathering spots. It’s also where you’ll find the time-honored tradition of Friday Flowers, when students stuff each other’s mailboxes with blooms from a local florist.
The first step to becoming a Carleton student is submitting your application. Even if you haven’t finished your entire application, you can submit Part I to let us know you plan to apply. This lets us keep in touch and guide you through the process for submitting and tracking the rest of your application. Go ahead and take that first step.
Select your applicant type and find important information about applying to undergraduate studies at Carleton University! Learn about admission requirements, how to apply, application and document deadlines, applying for residence, keeping track of your application, what to do once you have been admitted, and more!
This email will contain your Carleton applicant number and your MyCarletonOne (MC1) username and password, along with details on how to check the status of your application on our student portal—Carleton 360. If we are missing documents or need more information to process your application, we will post this information on Carleton 360. Be ...
Applications to graduate programs at Carleton University require various documents such as aptitude test results, transcripts, letters of reference, a statement of intent, a writing sample, CV/Resumé, etc. This additional information is required to provide more background to assess an applicant’s suitability for entrance into a graduate program.
MyCarleton Portal provides access to information and multiple services that students, faculty, staff and other members of the University community use frequently. From within the Portal you can access cuLearn, your Carleton Email, Carleton Central, and more. Log into MyCarleton Portal. Login using your MyCarletonOne Account. Student Login