The faces of Carleton

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The Registrar’s Office is one of the busiest offices on campus, and the hub of student records and registration.

The Registrar’s Office moves with students throughout their academic career, assisting with all aspects of registration—from assisting students in changing Majors to conducting academic evaluations, providing transcripts and processing applications for graduation.

The Registrar’s Office, as it is today, is the product of a major administrative restructure that saw the unification of the four separate faculty registrar offices, almost two years ago. The newly unified office of more than 30 full-time employees now provides academic assistance for students in all faculties.

Carleton recently appointed Suzanne Blanchard as the new University Registrar. Blanchard had previously held the position of Director of Admissions for the past four years. “As the new University Registrar, I’m looking forward to contributing to the University’s strategic plan, and rolling out the Registrar’s Office mandate,” says Blanchard. “The primary focus of this mandate will be to offer seamless customer service to all members of the Carleton community.”

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