- Average Tuition USD 31,162
- Acceptance Rate 72%
- Students 2,895
- International Students 3%
- Total Annual Cost USD 42,005
- Intakes September, mid-January
- Application Deadline September 1,January 3,January 3,May 15
- Transfer yes
- Campus Setting Suburban
Carroll University (Carroll) is home to more than 3,400 students and offers programs in 95 areas of study. Carroll offers students Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Music Education. Carroll offers twelve residence hall options to match the needs of every student, along with a variety of meal plans and dining options. Carroll also provides several transportation choices for students to use. Students can explore their interests by joining any of the 50 student organizations and athletic teams on-campus. The Career Services department equips students with the skills required to discover potential career opportunities or find a career best suited for them. Additionally, the Academic Advising team supports and guides students in their first year.
- 01Carroll has an average class size of 21 students, enabling a more student-focused environment.
- 02Flexible payment plan options are available for students at Carroll.
- 03Carroll was ranked in 'Best Value Schools Regional Universities Midwest' by US News, 2019.
SchoolApply Ranking 735
Forbes (USA) 594
- Minimum GPA 3.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 79
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00
- Minimum SAT 1200
- Minimum ACT 23
- Average SAT Score 1553
Financial Aid & Scholarship
More than 98% of Carroll University students receive scholarship assistance. The Hilger Tradition Award is offered to children, grandchildren or siblings of alumni/current students and is awarded at time of acceptance.
Established in 1846
Dual degree programs make it convenient for students to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just five years. The Intensive English Language Alumni Grant Available to full-time students who complete Carroll University's Intensive English Language program.
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1985-1988, Bachelor's Degree
Fantastic education!I did more work at Carroll in the two years I was there than the three previous years in the UW system! Real life experience.
Terrific ExperienceMy personal educational, social, and athletic experiences while at Carroll was outstanding! I truly believe that Carroll offered me experiences that I would not have had access to at other schools. I loved the overall size and feel and met many life long friends as well as my wife while attending. I hope that Carroll continues to expand their post-graduate opportunities with expanded MBA offerings.
2006-2009, Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.)
Graphic Communications ProgramOne of the best programs in the Midwest that I found that gives an all around training into the media arts and printing industry. I highly recommend this program to any student looking to break into the media arts industry.
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