Carroll University is a private coeducational institution established in 1846. In 1841, settlers living in the Wisconsin Territory community of Prairieville established the academy that five years later would become Carroll College. Soon after its founding, Carroll affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and adopted the motto, "Christo et Litteris," which means "for Christ and Learning."
Carroll University campus is located in Waukesha in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.Take I-94 north to Milwaukee. Exit on I-894 west and proceed to I-43 south (Beloit exit). Take I-43 to Hwy 164 (Waukesha-Big Bend exit). Exit Hwy 164 north. Proceed due north approximately seven miles to Carroll University. DO NOT follow Hwy 164 when it turns right at Hwy 59. Continue north and you will be on East Avenue.
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Undergraduate Application Process, Academic Life and Tuition Fees –
Application Process –
- Application Deadline– Rolling admissions
- Score Req. / Eligibility– ACT or SAT test
- Deadline for SAT/ACT score acceptance– July 4
Academic Life & Student Life –
The student’s faculty ratio is 15:1 for Carroll University. Nearly, 3,139 students get enrolled every year here. The academic calendar is semester based. The gender distribution here is 34% male students and 66% female students. The most popular majors here are:
- Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
- Psychology, General
- Business Administration and Management, General
- Elementary Education and Teaching
- Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Tuition Fees –
The tuition fee for the university is$25,248.
Information Regarding Graduate Programs –
Nearly 50,000-square-foot facility is dedicated to the Carroll University adult learner. Completely updated and redesigned, the Center for Graduate Study is the heart of graduate studies. Lecture rooms are equipped with smart screens and movable furniture to allow the free flow of information and learning.