Applying to Carroll is an easy process. Applications for admission are reviewed on a rolling basis. Once your application file is complete it will be evaluated and submitted to our Admission Committee. Written notification will be sent to you as soon as the Committee has rendered its decision.
If your scores from the ACT or SAT have been delayed, don’t worry! We will accept self-reported scores from applicants who are interested in completing their admission file for our Early Action deadline.
To send self-reported scores, please forward your scores with a screenshot of your multiple choice scores, to email@example.com. Please note that we will compare self-reported scores to the official score report once it is received.
Students have a number of ways by which they may apply for admission to Carroll College. You may submit a paper or online application for either Carroll College or the Common Application. The $35 application fee is waived for online application submissions. A completed application includes the application, an essay or personal statement, a letter of recommendation, standardized test score (ACT or SAT), high school transcripts and college transcripts (if applicable).
If you have taken courses previously at Carroll as a degree-seeking student, complete this form for re-enrollment.
If you applied to Carroll in the last two years, but did not attend, you may "reactivate" your application for the next semester by completing this form. Admission files can only be re-activated for up to two years after the original start term, if you applied to Carroll more than two years ago, we invite you to submit a new application.
Spring 2016 First Year & Transfer Applicants
Fall 2016 First Year Applicants
*Non-binding, guaranteed admission decision by December 1 for complete applications
Fall 2016 Transfer Applicants
Carroll College is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, national origin, or ethnic origin. No qualified individual is excluded from admission or participation in any educational program, activity, or facility by reason of disability, providing the individual can properly perform with reasonable accommodation. Application instructions