Carroll University
Waukesha, WI, USA


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Key Admission Stats

Institution Type
  • Coed

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This school does not consider an applicant’s financial situation when deciding admission

Level of Institution
4 Year
Campus Setting
Small city
Acceptance Rate
Students Applied
Transfer Students Admitted

Admissions Requirements

SAT Subject Tests
AP Course Credit
Dual Enrollment

Admitted Student Stats

In-State Students
Out-Of-State Students
US States Represented
Countries Represented
Submitting ACT
Submitting SAT
Average ACT Composite: 23
Average SAT Composite: 1162
SAT Percentiles

Average GPA

Admissions Resources

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Admissions Email: [email protected]
For Students with Disabilities: visit page

What Students Are Saying

3.73 Average Rating
Incoming freshman, transfer students, and even currently enrolled students want tips and tricks for Carroll University. For prospective incoming freshmen, make sure that if you're even thinking about pre-physical therapy, apply for direct admit. You will receive a bachelor's and doctorate in six years and this opportunity is only available to incoming freshman. Make sure to buy books online because although Carroll offers package deals, usually they can be found cheaper on Amazon or Chegg. Also, if a course says the book is optional, don't waste your money, it won't be a good investment for you. If you are worried about printing, no need for a printer. Carroll University has computer labs with printers dispersed around campus; with $30 allotted to each student and only five cents a sheet, you could print out power point lectures three times a week (I know because I do it!). Finally, when it comes to meal plans, always get the lowest one because meals do not roll over at semester but more meal swipes can always be added if you run out.
Morgan from Eland, WI
If you live on campus: leave your dorm door open. Even if you are more introverted, there are people who will introduce themselves around. Hang out with the people on your floor and make connections with people in your classes.
If you live off campus: make sure that you attend a lot of on-campus activities. They're free and you will meet a lot of people who share similar intrests as you.
Natalie from Waukesha, WI
Make sure you apply for financial aid and as many scholarships as possible, as tuition increases on a yearly bases because they don't freeze it at the price it is at when your first enroll.
Mariah from McHenry, IL
*Be yourself. At Carroll, individuality is what matters. The school is very accepting of everyone; in fact, diversity is very much encouraged.
*Be involved. Like I said before, there are many orgs on campus; there is certainly one that fits you. If not, create your own org; it is very much encouraged.
Brianna from Bradley, IL
Carroll's professors are awesome, there are of course some to avoid but overall most care and will help, just ask.
Going into your first year of college can be intimidating, but Carroll University is nothing to be afraid of. All the the students are beyond friendly and always willing to make new friends. Carroll University also offers many services if you are feeling overwhelmed, such as counselors and centers you can use to help overcome any struggles. Another important thing Carroll University offers that will be very helpful for success is the tutoring center. Make sure to devote appropriate times to make sure you are learning as much as you can!
Savannah from Ocononmowoc, WI
Go and visit the campus, its beautiful and the people there are very friendly and are always willing to help.
Taylour from Waukesha, WI
It is not a very large school so it is easy to get around and know where things are. The campus shuttle and public safety is 24/7 so if you want to go anywhere you can. There are also plenty of clubs to join to meet people.
Current Freshman
Make sure you visit campus! It really helps!
Lauren from Appleton, WI
Scholarships, scholarships, scholarships! They are your friends! Apply to as many as you can (and still do a good job on them)! I would also say you should visit plan a visit to the campus rather than just show up because your tour guide is always a current student, so they have first hand knowledge about the place.
Erin from Appleton, WI

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