Admission and Financial Aid
Every journey through college is distinct. And each one begins with a single step. That’s where you are right now. At Carroll College, your journey will be marked by the kind of moments that shape not just what you learn, but instead, who you become. In life, and in your career.
Proud moments. Engaging moments. Moments in which you realize you’re capable of pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. They happen here every day. We experience them together. They shape not only the person you become, but our culture as a whole.
Whether you’re looking to become a first-year, transfer, international, veteran, or nontraditional student at Carroll, these are the kind of moments waiting for you here. It’s time to go after them. Our experienced and supportive admissions staff will help you throughout the process and give you all the personal guidance you need.
Apply for Admission Apply for Admission
Submit your application for admission, letter of recommendation, official transcripts, essay or personal statement, and your ACT or SAT scores.
Scholarships and Aid Scholarships and Financial Aid
Discover just how affordable the Carroll experience can be thanks to our financial aid packages and wide range of scholarship programs.
Tuition and Fees Tuition and Fees
Learn about cost of attendance and why U.S. News & World Report ranks Carroll the #1 Regional College in the West and #2 for Value in the West.
Visit Campus Visiting Campus
Your individual visit will be an opportunity to tour campus, attend a class, meet students and professors, discuss financial aid, and much more.
Admitted Students New/Admitted Students
And if you’ve already been admitted to Carroll, we couldn’t be happier to welcome you into our special, spirited community.
Transfer Applications Transfer Students
Whether you've completed a few college courses or an associate's degree, we welcome you to apply to finish your bachelor's degree.
Parents play an important role in the college selection process and provide excellent support during students' Carroll experience.