Some moments have the power to impact lives for generations. This could be one of them.
At Carroll College, our standards are as high as they come. It’s that simple. And it’s only through the generosity of gracious donors like you that we’re able to carry that higher standard well into the future. There are countless ways your gift can empower students to realize their potential and goals, and help us at Carroll maintain our position as the top regional college in the West.
It’s up to you.
Help enhance the offerings, capabilities, and resources of whichever academic department at Carroll is most important to you.
More than anything, our students have heart. They’re among the best in the nation, and you can make the Carroll experience a reality for some of them who are facing financial barriers.
The beauty of our campus is matched only by the quality of our facilities, technology, and resources. With your gift, they can be made even better.
The faculty at Carroll are here for one reason—they want to be here. You can help ensure that we continue to attract the best faculty from all over the world.
Our Catholic tradition of service and striving for social justice helps us change lives and communities everywhere. And there’s always more work to be done.
There’s a reason our Fighting Saints are the team that all others circle on their calendars—we win. And more importantly, we win with character and integrity. You can help fuel the powerhouse that is Carroll athletics.
You can give now, learn about our Planned Estate Giving, discover the many other ways to give, or contact us with any questions about investing in Carroll’s future. Bishop Carroll, being a realist and an idealist all at once, would have foreseen both times of abundance and times of trial for his promising college. And, he would implore us now to stand up to continue the mission that began a century ago.
Giving in these times of economic turmoil is somewhat more difficult. Yet, giving to Carroll College is more important than ever in these conditions. -E. Phil Maronick (longtime friend and supporter of Carrol College)