Give to Carroll

Give to Carroll

Giving to Carroll

Your gift to Carroll College is an investment in quality education and the formation of character. Your financial support of this quality and character makes you an important part of Carroll's mission

No matter how you choose to invest, your gift will ensure that Carroll remains dedicated to its unique vision: preparing students for the best careers in the service of mankind while providing the opportunity to develop their intellectual, imaginative, social and spiritual promise—Not for school, but for life.

Your gift can support whatever you find most important, including these college priorities:

  • student scholarships—to make the best education affordable 
  • technology & research—to change the world and assure our students stay competitive
  • faculty development—to attract and keep the best scholars teaching our students
  • academic department funding—to maintain top programs and create new fields of study 
  • service learning—to provide immersion experiences in diverse communities and learn the importance of service
  • top athletic programs—to build good character and discipline while earning top honors

To make an immediate online donation, choose our Give Now option. You will be able to direct your gift to the scholarship or program that best fits your interest. Or learn how you can invest in Carroll's future long-term at our Ways to Give page. Do you have questions or want to talk to us about your giving goals? Contact us and we will assist you with giving options or discuss your ideas for investing in Carroll’s future.

Make an impact on a student's life

Ray Messer (class of 1969) shares his thoughts on the importance of a Carroll education and the role scholarships make in a student's life. Watch and learn how your gift supports Carroll's outstanding students.

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