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Did you know you can use your Campus Card off-campus? The Campus Card can get you discounts off-campus as well! Please note that the Card isn’t accepted as payment at these locations.
Carleton also has a partnership with McKeen Metro Glebe.
As the capital city of Canada, Ottawa boasts a vibrant cultural scene and is home to an array of captivating museums. These museums showcase diverse aspects of art, history, nature, aviation, and more, offering enriching experiences for international students. Here are some of the exceptional museums you can explore in Ottawa.
Carleton University has a wide range of wellness and support to help.
Colonel By Child Care Centre is located on the Carleton University campus and provides child care for families currently connected with Carleton University (current students, faculty and employees). For more information on CBCCC and the application process, please visit https://www.afchildrensservices.ca/our-locations/colonel-by-child-care-centre/.
Ottawa offers a variety of transportation options to help you navigate the city efficiently. This guide will introduce you to the modes of transportation available in Ottawa.
Para Transpo is a shared-ride, book-in-advance, public transit service. The service is open to eligible customers who are unable to take conventional transit (buses and O-Train) some or all of the time due to a disability. To use Para Transpo services, you must submit an application.
As a full-time student, you may be eligible for a U-pass. Eligible students are entitled to unlimited travel on OC Transpo and the Société de transport de l’Outaouais (STO) in Gatineau. Only Para Transpo service to rural zones requires a supplemental fare.
Ottawa is a bike-friendly city with dedicated bike lanes and paths. Consider bringing your own bike or renting one through a bike-sharing program. Remember to follow local traffic rules and wear a helmet.
Taxis and ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are readily available throughout the city. Download the respective apps for convenient rides. Please note: You can use Uber/Lyft to get to Gatineau, but you cannot use Uber/Lyft to catch a ride from Gatineau to across the river to Ottawa. There are many taxi companies in Ottawa, including Capital Taxi, Blue Line Taxi and City Cab.
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