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Text a Student
Text a Current Carroll Student!
There are some questions that only current college students can help answer!
Prospective students now have an invaluable resource at their fingertips – the chance to text a Pioneer for valuable, first-person insights into their next journey.
Connect with experienced Carroll students to learn about the campus, student organizations, resources and anything else you’re thinking. We want to ease your mind and help you feel fully prepared for college life!
Here's How it works
Text a question to the number below.
Be connected to a current Pioneer who can answer your questions and give you tips about college life at Carroll.
Ask follow-up questions!
Be prepared to tackle your first year as a Pioneer with confidence.
Text your questions to (262) 592-5618, Monday through Friday from 8:00am-3:30pm.
A few common questions:
What are the dorm options for freshman?
What should I bring to move-in?
Where is the best spot to eat on campus?
How do I get involved in clubs and organizations?
What are classes like?
How do I meet people?
What is there to do around campus?
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