Skip to main content

Student & Alumni Disclaimer

Disclaimers and Terms & Conditions for Students and Alumni

Disclaimer for Students and Alumni
It is our expectation that employers recruiting and utilizing the services provided by Co-op and Career Services will abide by our Terms and Conditions for employers. However, we cannot accept responsibility for employers who provide inaccurate, misleading or false information, and we encourage all students and alumni to thoroughly research employers and work opportunities before engaging with employers.

Co-op and Career Services does not recommend or endorse any employment opportunity, employer or organization as featured on our job posting system, our the Co-op and Career Services websites, or that is involved in recruitment at Carleton University.

It is the responsibility of Carleton University students and alumni to make informed decisions when networking with employers, interviewing for and/or accepting employment opportunities, and/or participating in volunteer activities. Co-op and Career Services will not be liable to students and alumni who decide to disclose contact or personal information to an employer or other party.

Co-op and Career Services does not investigate, endorse, or recommend any third party employment services. It is up to students to determine whether utilizing third party employment services will be of benefit to them.

If you believe that an employer that has utilized mySuccess has not provided correct information regarding their employment opportunity or may be engaging in unethical recruitment and/or employment practices, please contact the Director of Career Development and Co-operative Education.

For further information on Carleton University's commitment to protecting the privacy of its students, alumni, staff and faculty, please visit

 Web Site Disclaimer
Career Development and Co-operative Education (CDCE)  makes every effort to ensure that the information contained on its web site and in printed materials is accurate. Links from our web site to internal pages and/or external web sites are believed to be relevant and up-to-date. We do not accept responsibility for information contained on external websites. Links on our web site should not suggest that CDCE promotes or endorses any third party's causes, ideas, web content, products or services. CDCE reserves the right to deny or withdraw any external link. If you encounter a broken internal or external web link, please inform our Technical Officer.