OPIRG Carleton DisOrientation Month
OPIRG Carleton, your social justice resource centre at Carleton university has a jam-packed month of September planned for you! Check out all of our workshops, events, tours and more to help welcome you (or welcome you back) to the social justice community at Carleton and in Ottawa.
Check out descriptions of the events below or click here to go to our Facebook page.
DisOrientation month is a month-long series of events put on by the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG Carleton) and other organizations on campus, such as the Student Alliance for Mental Health and Black Like Me 613 as well as CUSA service centres like the Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre and REC (Race, Ethnicity and Culture) Hall.
OPIRG Carleton and our partner organizations aim to supplement the traditional Frosh and Orientation activities and events with more critical and engaging events for students interested in working and learning through a social justice and progressive lens. All our events aim to create a safe(r) and more inclusive space for all Carleton students, but particularly those from marginalized backgrounds.
Some of these events may be closed for specific groups of people, in order to create a safe space for groups to engage and facilitate conversation. Please respect the rules of each of these events. Unless otherwise stated, all our events are open to all Carleton students, as every student (undergrad and grad) are automatically members of OPIRG Carleton, via your tuition fees.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Please also contact us if you have any specific accessibility requests for any of these events, at least 48 hours prior to the event and we will try our best to accommodate you.