Personal and Professional Development
Our week-long summer residential program gives you an opportunity to explore university life and gain academic, social and life skills that will help you succeed in college.
Our pre-college, academic-year program that includes cultural activities, panel presentations with diverse primary and mental health care professionals and service projects in medically underserved community settings.
Preparing and Advancing Students for Opportunities in Science (PASOS)
If you’re a student graduating from Bruce Guadalupe Middle School or Acosta Middle School, you can apply to join our special CU/UCC PASOS program, which provides personal and professional development activities, including a high school peer mentorship program.
As an incoming HCOP student at Carroll, you’ll participate in a week-long summer residential college program to support your transition from high school to Carroll. It includes primary care/mental health career exposure activities.
Carroll Bridge Scholar Program
A week-long program for students who participated in the summer bridge program that includes workshops, trainings, team-building activities and discussions to prepare for academic, personal, social and financial success through their undergraduate study.
Who is Eligible?
High school juniors and seniors interested in careers in healthcare.
HCOP Incoming Freshmen Application
The HCOP application for students accepted to attend Carroll University as freshmen in fall 2020 will be available in January.