The Carroll Center for the Humanities
A Pioneering Initiative to Inspire Tomorrow's Leaders
The humanities are central to Carroll University's liberal arts-based education. They include the study of English and modern languages; history; philosophy; analysis of visual and performing arts; and religious studies.
The Carroll Center for the Humanities was created in November 2014 to meet the changing needs of our students. The Center will develop ethical citizens and lifelong learners. Its innovative initiatives will resonate with today's students and speak to their increasing emphasis on professional studies.
The Center's strong interdisciplinary focus will weave the study of literature, art, history and philosophy into the education of every student. The programming will ensure that our core curriculum, solidly grounded in the liberal arts, offers state-of-the-art teaching approaches that foster a global mindset in our students.
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It is our vision to build an endowed fund to support the activities of the Center for the Humanities. Find out more about how you can get involved.
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"Technology alone is not enough- it's technology married with the liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our heart sing."
- Steve Jobs