Read about the most recent happenings in Carroll's academic programs. From student and faculty accomplishments to program announcements and features—you'll find the latest here.
For the first time in Carroll University women's basketball history and just the second time across all sports at the school, the Pioneers (23-4) are hosting an NCAA Tournament game
Carroll alums Zach Trafton and Zachary Staszewski play key roles in fighting hunger in Wisconsin.
Carroll University has released the Dean’s List for the Fall 2023 semester.
You might not be able to call Carroll University a farm club for Major League Baseball teams yet. Still, with seven students and graduates joining MLB organizations over the past few years, Carroll Pioneers are making their mark on the diamond. Most notably, four athletic trainers play critical roles in keeping players healthy and productive.
A breakup with her boyfriend of four years rocked Phoebe Lansbury. An undiagnosed panic disorder and general anxiety about her own wellness paralyzed Anna Trenton. And Isabella LaFollette spiraled into a very dark situational depressive episode after an abrupt end to a relationship.
Concerns about their mental health and emotional well-being led each to seek out help. As the fall semester unfolded last year, each began online sessions, meeting with graduate students in Carroll’s Behavioral Health Psychology (BHP) program. Nothing remarkable there, except that Phoebe, Anna and Isabella weren’t real people.
Carroll University celebrated as proud faculty and staff witnessed the graduation of their inaugural Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) class.
Carroll University will host local leaders for a panel discussion centered around bipartisan legislation that addresses Wisconsin’s workforce needs by removing barriers for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The public event will occur at Carroll’s Campus Center in the Stackner Ballroom on Dec. 18 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Carroll University's recent GivingTuesday campaign exceeded all expectations, uniting its community in an incredible display of support. Surpassing its initial goal, the campaign raised an astounding $252,291 through Nov. 28 – and the total continues to climb, promising a lasting impact on the university's future and the lives of its students.
On this Small Business Saturday, Carroll University proudly celebrates the ingenuity and dedication of its alumni entrepreneurs. From innovative dining experiences to captivating event planning, artistic endeavors and more, these alumni-owned ventures embody the spirit of determination and creativity fostered at Carroll University.
#CUonGivingTuesday is back on November 28! Help us achieve our largest goal to date - $250,000. Your generosity has the power to shape the future of Carroll University and make a positive impact on the lives of our students.
Giving Tuesday is a day to support nonprofit organizations that mean the most to you, like Carroll University. You're probably asking yourself, "Why should I donate to my alma mater?"
International Education Week and National Career Development Week represent the synergy between academic growth and career development. This week is a chance for students, educators and professionals to reflect on the importance of global perspectives and cultural competencies in their journeys toward achieving their career goals.