The faculty and staff at the Sprott School of Business are committed to ensuring the first year of your undergraduate degree is memorable. Know that we are here for you. In order to support you, we will continue to update this page with links to opportunities and websites we feel are valuable to you as you navigate through your first year with us. Start your Sprott journey now!
Have you accepted your offer? Reach out to your First Year Sprott Advisor, Rhonda Kelly to meet one-on-one prior to starting your exciting post-secondary journey!
As a student, you will have an official Carleton email address that the university will use to communicate important information to you. Learn how to activate your Carleton student email.
Save the Dates! Sprott Meet and Greet (virtual)Thursday, September 1, 2022 10 a.m. EDT Academic Orientation DayTuesday, September 6, 2022 10 a.m. MANDATORYNicol Building.
The CU 1001 program is a free online experience that provides new students with an introduction to the Carleton community Register Now
This program is open to all first-year students in the Sprott School of Business. Become familiar with the campus, participate in exciting activities, and build connections before classes begin. Register now for Sprosh!
Please consult the First Year Course Selection Guide for your program (BCom or BIB) prior to registering. This will help you register in the correct courses for your degree program.Refer to the Undergraduate Course Calendar for course descriptions, dates and deadlines.
Students in the Bachelor of Internatinoal Business program are required to specialize in one of the following languages: French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, or Spanish. Complete the BIB Language Selection form to formally declare your BIB language.
The Fall term begins September 7, 2022!Visit the Registrar's office website for a list of 2022-2023 Dates and Deadlines.
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) and Bachelor of International Business (BIB) students will be required to register for the Employability Passport Program.
Throughout your degree, you will be working closely on your career development with the Sprott Business Career Management Centre (BCMC).
Not sure how to use mySuccess? Here are some instructions on how to log on.
New Carleton students are matched with upper year Peer Mentors for the first six weeks of the Fall term.Register for FYC
MATH Matters is a one-week, optional math program held from August 22-26. The cost for the program is $250 and it includes in-person lectures, knowledge evaluation tests, access to a textbook, study groups with an upper-year student, access to small classrooms to interact with peers, and a designated Study Group Leader.Students register online via Carleton Central. Registration for MATH Matters closes August 18 at noon for MATH 0999. Further information can be found at https://sssc.carleton.ca/matters-series-math-matters/math-matters-registration
Looking to get involved in the Sprott community? There are many Sprott clubs and societies to be a part of! See what each one has to offer.Start with the Sprott Business Students’ Society (SBSS) and follow them on Instagram @SBSSCouncil.
SSCG enables students to acquire practical experience, expand their professional networks, enhance their management and leadership skills, and obtain employability skills for their careers, while giving back to the community.Volunteer with SSCG!
Located in our very own Nicol Building, the Innovation Hub is where students seek the inspiration and motivation needed to explore and advance in the world of entrepreneurship through their Changemaker program.Learn more about the Innovation Hub and their programs!
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