Auxiliary Services and Special Events

  • Our newest WeCar is a Nissan Cube.

    Enterprise Car Share: Car Sharing at Carleton

    Campus Services offers this innovative program for students and employees.
  • Clothing and gifts new arrivals in the Bookstore.

    Carleton Bookstore

    Textbooks, clothing, gifts, food, and so much more.
  • Sayles Cafe featuring a la carte dining for either eating in or take out

    Sayles Café

    The popular grab'n'go venue in Sayles-Hill Campus Center
  • Tandem Bagels

    Schillers accepted at

    Tandem Bagels, Just Food, and Brick Oven Bakery

Auxiliary Services provides administrative support in many areas of the college. Our teams operate the Campus Post Office, Print and Mail Services, the OneCard program, the Enterprise Car Share car sharing program, Carleton's fleet of reservable vehicles for college business, room and venue scheduling, Alumni Guest House, and special events.

The office also coordinates the relationship between Carleton and Bon Appétit Management Company, the firm that operates Dining Services for the college, and Barnes & Noble College, the company that operates Carleton Bookstore. Please visit the websites below for more information on all of these departments.

Campus Services

OneCardCampus Services assists the campus community with room scheduling, fleet vehicles, the OneCard identification card, and more. The Campus Services office is located in Room 5 on the lower level of Sayles-Hill Campus Center.

Dining Services

Bon AppétitCarleton Dining Services operates four dining facilities on campus: East Dining Hall in the Language and Dining Center, Burton Dining Hall, Sayles Café in Sayles-Hill Campus Center, and Weitz Café in the Weitz Center for Creativity. In addition, it offers an extensive array of catering expertise and can provide food virtually anywhere on campus.

Carleton Bookstore

Bookstore logoThe Carleton Bookstore is a full service on-campus bookstore serving the needs of students, faculty, staff, and alumni. It is located on the first floor of Sayles-Hill Campus Center.