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Organization: Carleton University - Dunton Tower - Centre for Initiatives in Education  
Phone Numbers: 613-520-6624
Fax: 613-520-2515
c/o CIE, Carleton University
Dunton Tower
1125 Colonel By Dr, Rm 1516
Ottawa, ON
K1S 5B6
Intersection: Bronson Ave and Sunnyside Ave
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Timothy Pychyl - Director, Centre for Initiatives in Education
613-520-2600 ext 1729 *
John Osborne - Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Contacts: Stephanie Wagar - Program Officer
613-520-2804 *
Susan Burhoe - Programs Coordinator
613-520-2600 ext 2545 *
Service Description: Enriched Support Program (ESP): An access 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. Contact: Stephanie Wagar, Program Offier, 613-520-2804,

Aboriginal Enriched Support Program (AESP): Offers support and access to university studies to Aboriginal students. The aims of the program are to provide access to post-secondary education for Aboriginal students. Contact Rodney Nelson, Aboriginal Enriched Support Program Coordinator, 613-520-2600 ext 8158, e-mail

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 Katherine Waitschat, Program Administrator, Phone: 613-520-2600 x. 1756, e-mail

Fees: Service - Varies according to program. Please see CIE's webpage for current fees.
Application: Call to receive an information brochure and a registration form, or visit the website.

Eligibility - Population(s) Served: 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.

Aboriginal Enriched Support Program: Aboriginal students.

Learning In Retirement: designed for, but not restricted to, semi-retired and retired individuals.
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Ottawa (City of)
See Also: Continuing Education

This information was last completely updated on 9/4/2014

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