Carroll College offers a number of academic services including academics advising and counseling, testing, tutoring, workshops, and much more! Our academic services are offering in two areas: Academic Advising and the Academic Resource Center.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers students a variety of services, including peer tutoring, study skills classes, workshops, individualized instruction, and academic counseling. The programs address students' individual needs at a variety of times in order to accommodate students' schedules. All Carroll College students are eligible for services and are welcome at the ARC. The ARC is located in Borromeo Hall 118 & 120. Visit the ARC website »
The primary purpose of Carroll's advising program is to assist students in developing meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their life goals. The academic advisor helps students clarify and achieve their academic goals through a developmental process which includes discussion of major areas of study, appropriate career choices based on student interests and strengths, and referrals to appropriate personal and academic support services. Visit the Academic Advising website
First year students at Carroll are advised by their Alpha Seminar instructors. Once a student has decided on a major, he or she chooses an academic advisor from their major area of study.
The advisor-advisee relationship is a partnership, which means that both the advisor and the advisee have responsibilities in the process. Ultimately, however, the student has the responsibility of shaping his or her education, and is responsible for meeting graduation requirements.
In order to receive support services for a disability, you will need to fill out our application and include thorough and up-to-date documentation of the disability. Find out more
Come to Borromeo rooms 118A & 118B (the ARC Testing Center)! These two rooms will be open and available* on weekday mornings until 10:15 and after 5:15, and on weekends (during non-testing hours).
*On occasion, we may need these rooms for testing during other hours. Testing needs will take priority over study.