What is the Campus Card?
For as long as you are a student here, your new Carleton Campus Card will be the single most important piece of student identification you possess. This multi-purpose ID integrates a number of functions that would have previously required you to carry enough cards and cash to fill your pockets — now you can pay for dinner, photocopy notes, print documents, buy snack food at the store and borrow books from the library, each with a simple swipe of the card, making it the quickest, most convenient method of payment available on campus!
What is a Cash2Card Machine? It’s a machine that allows you to deposit cash (bills and coins) directly onto your Campus Card, even when our manned deposit stations are closed! If you want to pay with your debit or credit card, you can always use our online deposit system. What’s the Minimum Deposit Amount? $1! How do I ... more
Over $700 in prizes, and chocolate eggs as well! Join in the fun at the 2013 University Services Easter egg hunt and you could get some great prizes! Up for grabs will be: 100 level tickets to the April 22nd Senators game vs the Pittsburgh Penguins 2 x 300 level tickets to the April 18th Senators ... more
Be part of the action! http://www.iihf.com/competition/339/ Because we’ve been selling the Senators tickets, we’re also able to offer you discounted tickets to see Team Canada face off against some of the best teams in the world. Currently we only have tickets for the April 2nd games, but if you want tickets to the other games ... more
Take our survey and you could win a $250 deposit onto your Campus Card! We want to hear from you! Help us improve our products and services by telling us what we’re doing right, and what we could do better. One lucky respondent will win $250 for their troubles! Click here to take our survey ... more
Did you know that the Campus Card can save you money, both on campus and off? On Campus Savings Save 5% off textbooks at the Carleton Bookstore with your Campus Card. Res students can save 15% at Dining Services locations using Dining Dollars, available through their residence meal plan. Non-res students can save 6 to ... more