Did you miss the groundbreaking ceremony on May 10, 2013 for the new apartment-style campus housing on the east side of the Carroll campus? We've got photos to catch you up...
These forms are for returning Carroll College students.
2013-2014 Housing Contract
Want to live on campus in 2012-13? Better download and fill out this.
2013-2014 Housing Brochure
This brochure will giving you information such as cost, dates to know, dining prices, resident hall features, and how to sign up for a room. Need to know more information? Check out detail on this document.
Signing Up for a Room
This document has all the information regarding lottery number times, proxies, sign-ups for incumbents and wait lists.
Costs and Dates to Know
How much will your room and meal plan costs? What type of meal plans are there? When can I move in and live in the halls? Find out these questions from this document
Meal Plan Selection
The list of different meal plans, access times, flex spending, etc.
Summer housing is offered on a priority basis to Carroll students enrolled in summer school or working at least 60 hours a month for the college. Any Carroll student who does not meet this criteria will be placed on a wait list and offered housing if it becomes available. Summer Housing will be located in St. Charles Hall.
Click here for more information about 2013 Summer Housing
Download the 2013 Summer Housing Contract here.
Living on campus is an integral part of the education experience at Carroll College, be part of an exciting residential campus.
With a new staff, new attitude and fresh energy, Community Living is dedicated to student success.
Community Living staff assists students in learning how to live in community on a residential campus. The friendships and life experiences developed by living on campus provide students with many unexpected benefits that positively impact the academic, occupational, recreational, spiritual, mental and emotional maturity of students. Students learn by daily practice how to develop healthy eating, sleeping, study and social habits. For these reasons, students are required to live in college housing for their first two years of college and are encouraged to live all four years in college housing.
To promote a positive living and learning environment, Community Living is responsible for educational programming, group activity advising, leadership development, student conduct, peer counseling, housing administration and resource referral for students. A Community Advisor (CA), a student paraprofessional trained to address the needs of students, lives on residence hall floors. An Assistant Director of Community Living, a master's degree-level professional trained in hall administration, community development and staff supervision supports each residence hall.
Posters seen around campus outline 10 reasons to live on campus. The list consists of: