Carroll University
Waukesha, WI, USA

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Carroll University
3.73 Average Rating

Natalie from Waukesha, WI

a current student here
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Am learning a lot
With the LSP and FYS programs for freshmen, as well as a huge variety of classes, I have learned a lot; and they made the transition from high school to college easy and painless.
Am enjoying being here
There are constantly activities going on and orientation groups allowed me to meet other freshmen right away. All the students are great and I'm friendly with a lot of people. I have a tight group of friends that are really great. The professors are very helpful and are easy to talk to if you need help.
Bang for the buck
Although the small school setting is great, the education is amazing, and the people are all incredible, it is very expensive. That being said, they came up with a very good scholarship package.
Tips for prospective students
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.
Great for these types of students
Carroll University is great for anyone really. The students are great, the faculty members are wonderful, and the Physical Therapy program only takes 6 years for a doctorate.
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Mariah from McHenry, IL

a current student here
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Am learning a lot
With smaller class sizes, its easy to talk to your professors. They actually take the time to get to know you and are willing to help when you need it. Plus with the SI program, if you need help studying, there is a peer being paid to take the class with you so they can help you.
Am enjoying being here
Carroll ALWAYS has something going on. Whether it is fairly cheap field trips to movies in the ballroom, the campus is never boring. Student Affairs held a Easter egg hunt in which the finder of the golden egg won a 5lb Hersey's Bar. You are sure to never be bored.
Bang for the buck
While Carroll is expensive, the price is worth the education and experience you will receive.
Tips for prospective students
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.
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Brianna from Bradley, IL

a current student here
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Am learning a lot
The professors are simply WONDERFUL!!! They can meet with you one-on-one of you ever need help with something or simply just chat about anything. And even if they are not available, some classes offer Supplemental Instruction. There is a SI instructor who has taken and excelled in the class. He or she offers group help sessions at least once a week; if not, more. They also have office hours if you prefer one-on-one help. This program can help a student boost his or her grades by about two letter grades if he or she regularly attends.
Am enjoying being here
There are so many different organizations on campus, so there is a group for everyone. Everyone I met here so far has been very friendly. The way that the campus is set feels like home, considering that I come from a suburban area. The campus is not too big to where you will get lost in the crowd but not too small to where you will awkwardly be the center of attention. The campus also has a very diverse group of people, so finding friends is not difficult whatsoever.
Bang for the buck
My main concern in this department is the price of books at the bookstore and its buyback policy. One pays so much for a book then receives little to nothing at the end of the semester. For instance, at the beginning of the school, a book was bought at $160 used. At the end of the semester, $60 of the money was given back. Many colleges have much fairer policies and try to give back at least half of the money. Also, housing is a bit overpriced, especially for the on-campus apartments. For the value of these, the quality is not there. Most of them need updates and/or repairs. Dorms are OK; in fact, most of them have been renovated within the past 5-10 years.
Tips for prospective students
*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.
Great for these types of students
*suburban dwellers
*those who like small town living
*those who like small campuses
*those who like to be different and part of a diverse group
*those who hate walking forever just to get to one class
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a current student here
2 people found this review useful
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In three sentences
The first year can be hard, but it's the same at any college. Trying to find friends, getting used to dorm life, classes, and taking care of yourself. Stick with it!
Tips for prospective students
Carroll's professors are awesome, there are of course some to avoid but overall most care and will help, just ask.
Academic Rigor
Depends on which program you're in and how smart you are. If you don't go to class you'll fail. So go to class!
Dorm Life
Freshman dorms aren't great. Old and over crowded. The other dorms are great, apartments and suites. If you can stick it out you will be happy.
Food and Dining
Food is actually pretty good. Lots of options. The holiday dinners are something you don't want to miss! As far as college food, it's the best I've seen.
What to do for fun
If you want parties join a sorority or frat. There are other things to do if you don't want to go to parties though. Lots of planned stuff all the time. Hanging out with friends is the best.
Bang for the buck
If your high school gpa and have a decent ACT score, 27 or higher. You get enough scholarship money to make it the same cost or less than a state school.
Great for these types of students
It's just the right size for me. Plenty of groups and classes are small which is great.
Clubs and Activities
You can find groups for just about anything.
Greek Life
I joined a sorority and love it.
Campus Safety
I feel safe, campus safety is responsive. People look out for one another.
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Savannah from Ocononmowoc, WI

a current student here
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In three sentences
Carroll University is a very small, friendly community. Everyone is so kind and helpful with making sure you are successful in many different ways. The faculty really cares about the students and their dedication and commitment is extremely evident.
Tips for prospective students
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!
Academic Rigor
Classes at Carroll University are without a doubt challenging, but professors and even peers are always willing to help out in any way possible. All professors allow questions by email at anytime, some even let you call them personally for assistance to make sure students succeed with the rigorous classes.
Dorm Life
There are many different housing options at Carroll University. No matter the dorm, they are always well-kept and clean. Each dorm has unique features, such as game rooms, lounge rooms, etc. Everyone, dorm-wide, is open to meeting new people and accepting to new friendships.
Food and Dining
Even though Carroll University is a small campus, there is still a wide variety of food to meet every students tastes. The Main Dining Room has a changing menu for every meal, assuring that students aren't eating the same meals day after day. There are also quick options for busy life students in the PIT. There are a variety of different fast food options that make grabbing a bite on the go a lot more convenient. There are also healthier dining options at ABP that also serve fresh baked goods. Not to mention, everything is within walking distance for convenient access.
What to do for fun
On campus itself, there are endless things to do. Carroll University is always holding a wide variety of events. CU at Night offers weekend fun to keep students busy and they are always doing something new. Carroll University also offers Greek Life and many different student organizations. There is something that appeals to every student. Downtown Waukesha also has many things for students to do off campus as well.
Bang for the buck
Being a private university, the tuition is a little pricy. But Carroll University offers scholarships to every accepted student. The tuition also does cover a lot of important things that help students success. The learning center offers tutors for every subject that students can attend without additional cost as well as sessions with a selected classmate to go over class material. This assures that students get the best out of their education and really understand the material and not just memorize to cram for exams. Tuition also covers gyms for those who enjoy working out and fitness classes that are held at specific times during the week. It also covers a campus shuttle which will take you anywhere around campus or slightly off campus as well.
Great for these types of students
Carroll University is great for students who are dedicated to their education and want to receive the best that they can.
Clubs and Activities
Carroll University has a wide variety of clubs and activities. There is something for every student to enjoy.
Campus Safety
Carroll University offers public safety which is a 24/7 service. Students can call the public safety office at any hour of the day for transportation from one side of campus to the other if they feel unsafe, or call to report any suspicious activity. There are also stations spread around campus with blue lights that contact public safety and let them know to come to the location of that light. Public safety can always be seen monitoring campus, assuring students that safety is a priority and making sure they always feel comfortable and safe on campus.
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Taylour from Waukesha, WI

a current student here
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In three sentences
Carroll is a welcoming campus making it feel like a second home. Everyone at Carroll is very friendly and helpful. At Carroll they want to give everyone an opportunity to succeed in the world and to make friends.
Tips for prospective students
Go and visit the campus, its beautiful and the people there are very friendly and are always willing to help.
Academic Rigor
Love the classes I'm taking the professors thereare super nice and supportive.
Dorm Life
I don't dorm but as a commuter(someone who travels from home) they still try to include you with all the people dorming in activities that are meant for everyone.
Food and Dining
Food is amazing there. They have such great choices for people like second cup, the PIT, Au bon pain, and the main dining room along with more.
What to do for fun
Join clubs and sports,get involved ion freshman activities meet new people. Don't be afraid to say hi to a student that's a complete stranger.
Share any unusual traditions or locations on campus
Tradition: Going to convocations and at your first one and your last one(graduation) they play a song in bagpipes.
Clubs and Activities
In joined cheer but dance and student council and things like that are great too. Feel free to join every club on campus and then narrow it down to just 3 if you want. They are all amazing and they all want you to become involved even if its not their club.
Greek Life
They have sororities and fraternities and they aren't like movies. They actually meet up at meetings and don't live in a house and they go out in volunteer. They are all great so feel free to sign up.
Campus Safety
Campus safety is just a call away, whether you have them in your contacts or you use an emergency blue phone. They answer right away and will walk or drive you wherever you need to go especially if you feel unsafe. They are available 24/7.
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Current Freshman

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Tips for prospective students
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.
Academic Rigor
Carroll University is able to give you the information you will need in your career. Many graduates are able to get jobs in their field soon after college.
Dorm Life
Obviously there are some dorms that are better than others. Seniors get first pick and upcoming freshmen get the last picks so make sure you give multiple options. Know what each dorm offers and know what you want the most.
Food and Dining
There is a nice variety of food in the cafeteria. Try to plan your classes around their hours. The PIT is open late and also gives you some options but they are always the same. ABP is another place that you can go to and use your meal plan for and gives you more variety than the PIT. There is also a great coffee place in the library.
What to do for fun
There are often activities on the weekends that are fun.
Campus Safety
There are multiple cameras and public safety is 24/7. If something happens all of the students are notified via email as soon as possible.
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Lauren from Appleton, WI

researching this school
1 person found this review useful
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In three sentences
I toured and have been accepted to Carroll. I felt a sense of security on campus and was welcomed by everyone I met! The feel that I got from Carroll has put it high on my college option list!
Tips for prospective students
Make sure you visit campus! It really helps!
Academic Rigor
I haven't had classes at Carroll yet because I don't currently go there, but I have friends who attend and love the pace of their classes.
Dorm Life
When I toured the dorms, they appeared to be very nice and I could envision myself there!
Food and Dining
I had lunch on campus and really enjoyed the food! They have a lot of options and I wish I could have tried it all!
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Erin from Appleton, WI

a current student here
9 people found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
On average, the class sizes are about the size of a high school class (20-30 students), which means each student has a better opportunity to talk to their professor. I am someone who really likes science, so I really enjoy how the science labs have less than 20 people, and often involve field work that helps me learn the material in a hands-on way!
Am enjoying being here
Carroll University is a very nice school with a lovely campus, but if you're a social butterfly, it can feel a little cramped. It only have 3,000 students and the school is surrounded by houses, so you can feel kind of isolated. In reality it's only like a 1/2 mile from downtown, and the main chunk of Waukesha - plus, it;s right outside of Milwauke- but it seems like alot farther from the action when you're on foot!
Bang for the buck
Carroll is a VERY expensive school for most people. I would say that incoming students should definitely check out the scholarships offered at Carroll, along with anywhere else they can find them! Even if you only get the ones offered by the university, it can REALLY make a difference in price!
Tips for prospective students
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.
Great for these types of students
People who are a little more mellow, laid back, and into their studies. However, I wouldn;t advise shy people to choose Carroll because you do need to put yourself out there a bit to meet people (but that's kind of ALWAYS needed to make friends!) If you're a party animal it probably isn;t the school for you!
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Morgan from Eland, WI

a current student here
5 people found this review useful
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In three sentences
Carroll University is a safe small community where everyone is welcomed and fits in. With challenging academic rigor, helpful readily available resources, and small class sizes you will excel and accumulate knowledge and skill sets that you didn't even know was possible. There are always activities and campus events at Carroll University, never a dull moment.
Tips for prospective students
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.
Academic Rigor
With all doctorate professors, Carroll University's academic rigor challenges your mind and knowledge in every way possible. To up the ante, not only do you enroll in courses for your major, but general education credits (GE1) in humanities, sciences, mathematics, arts, philosophy, and history are required throughout your four years. To push you even further, a 200 level course must be taken in any of those categories excluding your major (GE2). Luckily, there is a wide variety of courses in each subject that you can pick advantageously so you will excel. Carroll University takes pride in the fact that all students can receive their bachelor's degree within four years or less; they make sure you are well-rounded in all fields and learned in your major. Want to know what the courses are like? Professors push their students out of the regurgitating information phase to the critical analysis level. All professors integrate multiple styles of learning such as visual, conceptual, and problem solving. They take different approaches for exams including: multiple choice, short answer, essay, and diagrams. Pop quizzes or misleading information on exams or quizzes will never occur in Carroll's classrooms. Everything in lecture is what students will be tested on. Another perk at Carroll is the small class sizes that average at 23 students, labs at 13, and lectures that never exceed 90 students. Professors learn all their studentsâ?? names and personal things about them; you're a name, not a number. Freshman year first exam on a Friday, I was terribly ill and came into class looking like I had just been hit by a truck, in fact, that was the exact phrase my professor used. He told me to go back to my dorm and sleep and come in on Monday and take the exam then. Your professors care and can write you one heck of a letter of recommendation someday as well!
Dorm Life
Carroll offers multiple styles of dorms such as traditional, suite, a mix, or apartment. In traditional dorms on every floor there are: bathrooms, laundry units, kitchens, and study or social lounges. No microwaves or open coils allowed, but mini fridges are welcome. A key is required to lock/unlock dorm room door. North and South Bergstrom are lively interactive dorm halls. They are tremendously social and a perfect way to meet friends. Freshmen typically reside in The Bergs and they are located half a block (2 min walk) from the main campus. Steele and Swarthout are on the milder side of social aspects. Itâ??s a relaxed and calm dorm setting due to the fact that both sophomores and freshmen reside here; this hall is right on the main campus. Kilgour is the all-female dorm known for its chatty social aspects and close proximity to main campus. The mix dorm (half traditional half suite) has laundry on the 1st floor, a kitchenette on the 2nd and 3rd floors, a study or social lounge on every floor, and allows microwaves and mini fridges, but still bands open coils. New Hall is directly connected, through an underground tunnel, to the campus center. It is gender by suite, co-ed on every floor, two roommates share a bathroom with two suitemates (four to a bathroom), and a key is required for dorm room. Generally, sophomores and juniors preoccupy this dorm, but 1st floor is reserved for incoming freshmen and transfer students. Suite style dorms Frontier, Pioneer, and Prairie have a social or study lounge on each floor, kitchens with stoves, hold anywhere from 2-5 roommates all receiving their own bedroom and sharing: two bathrooms, a kitchen (fridge, microwave, sink, cupboard space and drawers), breakfast bar, and living room. Also included is a pantry, closet, and window seat. These dorms are located a block and a half from main campus (5-7 min walk). The suite styles are not social due to the fact that doors are locked automatically when closed (swipe ID used to en...
Food and Dining
Meal plans are located on ID swipe card and are worth $6, but do not roll over each semester or year. There are two types of meal plans, commuter which is up to 90 meal swipes or regular which ranges 140-220 meal swipes. Dining dollars is another feature on ID swipe. It is money that is used to pay for food items (anything from coffee shop to soda and fries) that aren't worth as much as a meal swipe and they DO roll over at each semester and year; commuters are allotted up to $225 and regular plans up to $550. The main dining room (MDR) is located on the main campus center and offers: all you can eat buffet, baker's crust (similar to subway), pizzeria, salad bar, hot bars, breakfast corner, drink station, and dessert bar. In the lower level of the campus center, the pioneer indoor terrace (PIT) is home to Coyote Jacks (burgers, wraps, fries, etc.), Red Mango (smoothies and frozen yogurt), 2 Mato (pizza, calzones, pasta, etc.), and refrigerators (soda, water, chips, candy, etc.). All of the places will sell items as a meal swipe or separately with dining dollars. Au Bon Pain, which is similar to a Panera, is located underneath Frontier Hall. Sandwiches (turkey, tuna, vegan, etc.), soups (chicken noodle, tomato basil, 12 veggie, mac and cheese, etc.), salad (Caesar, garden, southwester, etc.), and pastries are sold in either a meal swipe or separately with dining dollars. Verde! is a small shop located outside MDR that sells snacks, bottled drinks, and coffee. Dining dollars are used to purchase any of those items. At Second Cup, a coffee shop that beat out Starbucks in a taste testing contest located in the Carroll library, is a social study area where coffee, chai tea, bottled drinks, and food can be purchased with dining dollars or cash.
What to do for fun
On such a small campus you might think that Carroll is uneventful, but that is where you would be sorely mistaken! The Carroll Pioneer football team courses blue and orange through its students' veins. Before the game, tailgating, games, and festivities engulf around Schneider Stadium. You will witness the most blue and orange you will see in your entire life, even more than the Chicago Bears which coincidentally bought their official NFL logo C from Carroll University in the 1930's. Intramurals are a big deal at Carroll and are quite the experience. With competitive student chosen teams, intramurals host co-ed: indoor soccer, basketball (men's only as well), flag football, dodgeball, bags, and volleyball. My soccer intramural team happened to come in 3rd place this semester, two places off from winning team champion t-shirts! Student activities hosts CU @ Night which occurs every weekend at Carroll. The events include: tie dying t-shirts, decorating coffee mugs/ornaments, movies (We're The Millers, Fault in Our Stars, etc.), spa nights, bubble soccer, wipeout, headphone disco, homecoming, spring fling, and bingo. Bingo, which is NOT just for the elderly, gives away flat screen TVs, gaming systems, Summerfest tickets, go pros, cash, and other jaw-dropping prizes!
Bang for the buck
Your buck is stretched three ways, which is sort of difficult considering deer only have two antlers! Academic wise, yes. Carroll professors teach information relevant to the course and for your major that will be on standardized exams that you might take for graduate school or the field you will be going into. The professors establish personal and caring relationships with their students. They also always have their office doors open to answer any and all questions thoroughly and one on one. Plus as mentioned before, the small class sizes (student to professor ratio 18:1) and the fact there are no TA's is an added bonus! Tutoring and supplemental instruction (study groups led by upperclassmen who have completed and did exceptional in the course) are free to utilize by students. When it comes to housing, although the living corridors are spacious and nice, especially the suite style dorms, they are expensive. It is also required that students must live in campus housing through their junior year which can be a downside. Although dining dollars are an extremely useful thing to have, it is annoying that meal swipes do not roll over and are not refundable. I have the lowest meal plan, 140 swipes, and at the end of every semester I have anywhere from 13-30 meal swipes left over and just purchase cases, and I mean CASES, of drinks with leftover meal swipe money and it would be nice if the money was just refunded to pay for tuition.
Share any unusual traditions or locations on campus
Carroll University was the first college built in Wisconsin founded by Charles Carroll, an original signer of the Declaration of Independence, in 1846. The campus has a few mysterious locations such as the secret trail that runs from the football field all the way across to the opposite side of campus, the Hartwell Apartments (I found it when I went for a jog!). Main hall has wood from the old building that burnt down built into its walls. There are also many stairwells that provide access to every floor. Maxon Hall's roof can be accessed through a utility closet. Even at good ole Carroll, there are some odd traditions. In MDR there are trays provided, but no one ever uses them. Carroll has a grandmother named Gert who has been here for 50 years (we celebrated with cake at the homecoming football game) and always welcomes prospective students with a huge smile, compliments you, and wishes you a good day. Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner are a big deal at Carroll. Head chef Moe prepares enormous turkeys and hams, homemade mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casseroles, buns and rolls, pies, cheesecake, and cupcakes. Be prepared to start lining up around 3pm because MDR will be absolutely PACKED by dinner time! Many students hail from Illinois and Minnesota so expect to take part in rowdy rivalries when the Packers play the Bears or Vikings (being a born and raised diehard cheesehead combined with the Packers always destroying, bragging rights are a given). Being that Carroll resides in the frozen tundra, hockey games are huge. The Chicago Blackhawks are watched in the lounges on the flat screens. The day of and/or following day, students will be sporting their Blackhawks jerseys (I know I sport Hossa the day after a win!). My friend family also supports the San Jose Sharks because his brother is now the new signed goal tender, congratulations Troy Grosenick!
Great for these types of students
Students particularly interested in the sciences: nursing, pre-med, chemistry, physics, physical therapy, exercise sciences, athletic training, etc. will benefit greatly due to the outstanding programs that Carroll offers academically and experience wise. Any student who is athletic or just digs sports, especially football and soccer, will fit right in. Since Carroll is a liberal arts college, artistically inclined students will benefit from our arts program as well. This is a perfect University for the loudest and most shy students because it is a family. Carroll University is its own community and tightly knit family. Any students who are looking for a party scene, Carroll is NOT the place for you. It is quiet and alcohol free in the majority of the dorms.
Clubs and Activities
Organizations on campus bring awareness to each clubs' mission statements. Community service and volunteer work are required for all orgs and its members. The academic clubs include: biology (Tri-Beta), chemistry, education, pre-physical therapy, psychology, public health, pre-health professionals, sports medicine, and nursing. Diversity orgs include: veteran's org, cultural knowledge org, women's equality, Latin American, queers & allies questions & answers org. Student senate and Carroll University Republicans make up the government organizations. The special interest clubs include: anime, curling, fishing, dance, Harry Potter, outdoor adventure, campus activity board, and paranormal club. A great opportunity for students, especially education and public health majors, is the service/advocacy clubs that include: best buddies, animal welfare, colleges against cancer, habitat for humanity, social justice league, global medical brigades, and big brother big sisters. The magazine, radio, and photography clubs make up the media for campus. Finally, the religious spiritual clubs include: Carroll Catholic Community and Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. There are over 60 clubs on campus, if you don't see one that is quite right for you, all you need is 20 students and a professor to legitimatize a club created by you!
Greek Life
Carroll is home to three sororities: Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, and Chi Omega; along with two fraternities: Delta Rho Upsilon and Pi Lambda Phi. Our Greek life has been established proudly for over 100 years. The benefits include high rankings in academics due to study tables with brothers or sisters, networking with alumni, brotherhood and sisterhood lifelong bonds, campus involvement (awareness and activities), career development for resumes, leadership roles on the board, and community service every semester. Although I am not a part of Greek life, many of my personal friends are and they love it as well as reap a majority, if not all, of those benefits.
Campus Safety
Campus Safety patrols our campus and surrounding areas 24/7. Shuttle rides are available to students to anywhere on campus and up to a mile off campus 24/7 as well. Our officers ensure the safety of campus and its students, responds to calls of service, preforms lock ups and unlocks of buildings, act as first responders for emergency situations, and enforces the University's policies. Public safety (the name of Carroll's campus safety) also handles parking permits. Students can park behind their buildings, in underground garage parking underneath the suite style dorms, or in overflow. However, freshmen are not allowed a car on campus. Considering Carroll is so small, it takes no more than 10 minutes to walk to any point of the campus. The shuttle service also does target runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays so students, especially Freshmen, can purchase any items they need (near target there is also a grocery store, TJ Maxx, Famous Footwear, Petco, Charming Charlies, Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby, Ulta, Subway, Chiliâ??s, Buffalo Wild Wings, and more.
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