Carleton University

Site: Dunton Tower

Service: Centre for Initiatives in Education

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Names
Alternate Name Enriched Support Program (ESP) ; Indigenous Enriched Support Program (IESP) ; Learning in Retirement (LinR)
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Ottawa
Address & Map
Dunton Tower
1125 Colonel By Dr, Rm 1516
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
 
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Intersection Bronson Ave and Sunnyside Ave
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Pay parking lot * parking meters * parking permits
Description and Services
Description (Service) Enriched Support Program (ESP): A first-year program designed for students who do not meet traditional university entrance requirements. Helps students qualify for admission to a degree program while earning university credits in supported learning environment. Contact: 613-520-2804, esp@carleton.ca

Indigenous Enriched Support Program (IESP): Offers support and access to university studies to Indigenous students. A first-year program designed for students who do not meet traditional university entrance requirements. Helps students qualify for admission to a degree program while earning university credits in supported learning environment. Contact 613-520-2804, aesp@carleton.ca

Learning In Retirement (LinR): Carleton University's Centre for Initiatives in Education offers a daytime non-credit, low-cost program for semi-retired and retired people who are interested in learning for the fun of learning. Four to six sessions during the year. No exams or grades. Lectures and discussion (2 hrs per week). Contact: 613-520-3699, Learning.In.Retirement@carleton.ca
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Dates Year round * Class sessions vary according to program. Visit the website for current dates.
Areas Served Ottawa
Eligibility Ages: 17 year(s) and up 
 
Enriched Support Program: students whose high school grades and performance do not reflect their full academic potential. The program is appropriate for both high school graduates and mature students. 
 
Indigenous Enriched Support Program: Indigenous students who would like a supported transition to university or who require a pathway to qualifying for admission to a degree.  
 
Learning In Retirement: designed for, but not restricted to, semi-retired and retired individuals.
Application Call to receive an information brochure and a registration form, or visit the website. 
 
ESP: www.carleton.ca/esp 
IESP: www.carleton.ca/iesp 
LinR: www.carleton.ca/linr
Languages English
Fees Service - Varies according to program. Visit the website for current fees.
Service Categories College/University Entrance Support ; Continuing Education ; Higher Education Bridge Programs ~ Indigenous Communities ; Higher Education Bridge Programs ~ Mature Students ; Return to Education Support
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-520-2804
Fax 613-520-2515
E-Mail cie@carleton.ca
Website www.carleton.ca/cie
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Primary Contact Natalie McInnis, Registrarial and Admissions Administrator; Email: esp@carleton.ca
Alternate Contact Susan Burhoe, Coordinator of Programs; Phone: 613-520-2600 ext 2545; Email: susan.burhoe@carleton.ca
Primary Executive Tim Pychyl, Director; Phone: 613-520-2600 ext 1403; Email: tim.pychyl@carleton.ca
Alternate Executive Petra Watzlawik-Li, Associate Director; Phone: 613-520-2600 ext 3740; Email: petra.watzlawik-li@carleton.ca
Other Details
Established Carleton University: 1942; Centre for Initiatives in Education: 1996
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities ; Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 118838937 RR0001 ; Fees - Tuition fees
Elections The Board of Governors is appointed.
Print Material Brochures for each program
Resources Website
Accreditation Yes, by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development

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