Alexander's Office is the headquarters of the Carleton Student Engineering Society (CSES.) If you need any information about us, any of our events and services, or how to get involved... come visit! Ask a question, use our stapler, or browse through one of the many publications we have available, it's all here!

The following services (and many more) are provided at Alexander's:

Mackenzie Building 3390

(613) 520-3616

Open Monday - Friday

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Fall & Winter Terms



Leonardo’s Lounge is the social lounge and convenience store of Carleton Engineering, brought to you by CSES! Cheapest food on campus, and if you're up for a game of euchre, Settlers of Catan, Risk, chess, or just feeling chatty, then Leo's is your place. Leo's is 100% volunteer-run by regular students like you putting in one-hour shifts each week!

Leo’s Lounge was constructed in the summer of 1996 and completed on September 16th of that year. It was only made possible by the volunteer time and renovation skills of dedicated students. Leo’s has since changed looks many times, but it always embraces the spirit in which it was created.


Leo’s accepts cash, credit, debit, and even Canadian Tire money at face value!

This year Leo's is online as well! You can check out our Discord server here:

This year's General Managers (GMs) can be reached by emailing

3342 Mackenzie


Open Monday - Fridays

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Fall & Winter Terms


As advertised in Leo's Lounge, Winter 2020:



The Academic Concerns Form is one that can be used by any undergraduate engineering student. The goal of the form is to provide a way for students to voice any concerns that they may have regarding their academic experience at Carleton. These concerns will be dealt with by the Vice-President Academic in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering and Design promptly. Please feel free to fill out the form here or below!

To submit feedback or complaints via email, feel free to contact directly!



The Carleton Student Engineering Society has various technical and logistical equipment available for loan to help engineering student groups and students (for free) through our Equipment Loan Program, or ELP. The ELP has items useful for running events, such as multi-media equipment, and has other items you maybe don't need on an everyday basis--but would love to borrow occasionally!


  • 1 DSLR Camera

  • 1 Video Camera

  • 2 GoPros

  • 2 Projectors

  • 1 Dictation Recorder

  • 1 HDMI Cable

  • 1 Laser Pointer

  • 1 Digital Camera

  • 1 Digital Camera (no charging cable)

  • 3 TI 36X-Pro Calculators

  • 1 SD-USB Card Reader

  • 1 Camera Tripod (Possibly missing plate?)

  • 2 Projector Screens

  • 2 Cash boxes

  • Audio Equipment: 2 speakers, 1 mixer, 1 wired mic, 1 wireless mic, 1 mic stand 2 speaker stands, all required cables

  • 18 Power Bars

  • 9 Extension Cords



Sports! Athletics! Sports, sports, athletics!


At the beginning of each semester, a subsidized flat fee of just $30 dollars allows you to sign up and enjoy playing the sports you love with a team made up of other engineering students! The C-Eng teams compete against other Ravens through the Carleton intramural sports league. Spots are first come, first serve. Let’s show those artsies how it's done!


Contact your VP Social at for more information.

The Fall Intramural C-Eng team list includes the following sports:

Ultimate Frisbee



Sign up now here: 



At the beginning of each semester, CSES opens up its Textbook Trade where students looking to sell their textbooks can do so in a reliable and efficient manner.

If you are looking to sell or buy a textbook please read the Textbook Trade Procedure. If you want to sell a textbook please fill out the Textbook Trade Form. All prices and textbooks for sale can be found in the Textbook Trade inventory. If you would like to purchase a book you must contact the seller directly. CSES is simply facilitating the Textbook Trade and is not responsible for any damaged books or unsuccessful purchases.

If you have any questions you can contact our Textbook Director at

The Fall 2020 Textbook Trade will be running from September 9 onwards

Sign up now here: 



The Textbook Library is a resource offered by CSES to help undergraduate students access common and specialty engineering textbooks. Textbooks can be borrowed for a week at a time from the CSES Office (3390 ME) for FREE! If you wish to rent a book at this time please email our Textbook Director at
Our full book list can be seen by clicking the button below. If you're interested in a book that is NOT on our list, you can suggest we add it to our inventory by emailing our Textbook Director at