ABOUT THE STUDENT GUIDE

The Student Guide is here to help make your university experience easier and more enjoyable. The guide includes a list of local Mosques, halal food places, natural parks around the city, upcoming Muslim-friendly events, as well as guides and services to assist everyone’s needs!

 

 

MOSQUES AROUND THE CITY

Ottawa Muslim Association (OMA)

One of largest and oldest Mosques conveniently located near downtown Ottawa. This mosque holds Friday prayers and a variety of Islamic programs.

Website: Click here

Location: 251 Northwestern Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Y 0M1 – Google Maps


Masjid ar-Rahmah (AMA)

AMA is a charitable and religious institution located on Hunt Club Road. The Mosque of Mercy holds Friday prayers and a variety of Islamic programs. 

Website: Click here

Location: 1216 Hunt Club Rd, Ottawa, ON K1V 2P1 – Google Maps


SNMC Mosque

The South Nepean Muslim Community is a grassroots, non-partisan, non-profit community-oriented Muslim organization. The mosque holds Friday prayers. 

Website: Click here

Location: 3020 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean, ON K2J 4G3 – Google Maps

The Mosque of Aylmer

The Muslim Community in Aylmer is one of the fastest growing communities in the capital region. The Mosque holds Friday prayers.

Website: Click here

Location: 21 Rue Park, Gatineau, QC J9H 4J6 – Google Maps


Jami Omar Mosque

Jami Omar Mosque is a community facility for religious services as well as Islamic funerary services. The Mosque also hold regular and Friday prayers. 

Website: here

Location: 3990 Old Richmond Rd, Nepean, ON K2H 8R5 – Google Maps


Masjid Bilal

Bilal Mosque provides prayer services as well as community services to the Muslims around the area. The Mosque also holds Friday prayers.

Website: Click here

Location: 4509 Innes Rd, Orléans, ON K4A 3J7 – Google Maps

 

 

HALAL FOOD OPTIONS

Please note that not everything on the menu at these locations is Halal. Please ask before making a purchase.


 



There are even more halal food options on campus which are not listed above. Please follow this Dietary Labeling Program provided by Carleton University to discover more halal food on campus!

 

 

RECREATIONAL PARKS IN OTTAWA-GATINEAU

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SERVICES ON CAMPUS

INFO CARLETON

 

Information Carleton and Campus Card helps you deal with any issues or questions regarding your campus card, UPASS, lost and found, Carleton’s whereabouts and any quick question you might have. 

 

Website: https://carleton.ca/infocarleton/
Location: UC 407
Phone: 613 520-3547
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


PAUL MENTON CENTRE

 

In order for all students to have equal opportunities, Menton Centre is responsible for the coordination of academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities either mentally of physically, health impairments or any need of accommodations.

Website: http://carleton.ca/pmc/
Location: UC 501
Phone: 613-520-6608
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


HEALTH SERVICES

 

Medical services, counselling services, and health promotion are offered here. Medical services include a walk-in clinic option, and booking an appointment to see a doctor.

 

Website: https://carleton.ca/health/
Location: CTTC 2600
Phone: 613-520-6674
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

Contact their office if you’re looking for help with your registration of courses, switches in program, deadlines and important dates, exchanges, deferrals and even timetable help for first years. 

Website: https://carleton.ca/registrar/
Location: TB 300
Phone: 613-520-3500
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


AWARDS OFFICE

 

Visit this office for help on scholarships, OSAP, bursaries, work-study, costs and budgeting, funding and more.

 

Website: https://carleton.ca/awards/
Location: RH 202
Phone:613-520-3600
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


CAREER SERVICES

 

The career services can help you with exploring your degree with work places, job support help, career and networking events, co-op help, and even help with finding place in your career plan after graduation. 

Website: https://carleton.ca/career/
Location: TB 401
Phone:613-520-6611
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm

ISSO

 

ISSO is here to help international students have an enjoyable experience at Carleton, along with opportunities to study abroad.

 

Website: https://carleton.ca/isso/
Location: UC 128
Phone:(613) 520-6600
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


ACADEMIC ADVISING

 

Get help here on everything from your academic standing, to departmental advice, maintaining your grades and program changes etc.

Website: https://carleton.ca/academicadvising/
Location: TB 302
Phone:613-520-7850
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


ACADEMIC SUPPORT

 CSAS helps students with different types of services including help with writing papers, support sessions and workshops, subject coaching, english conversations sessions and more. 

Website: https://carleton.ca/csas/
Location: Macodrum Library 4th floor
Phone:613-520-3822
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 10:00am-4:30pm & Tue, Thu 10:00am-7:00pm