Part-time Student Admission

Enjoy the flexibility and affordability of a part-time education at Carroll. Whether you're working toward a degree, want to enhance your career or are interested in lifelong learning, we're ready to work with you on a schedule that suits your needs. Options include convenient day and evening classes.

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Start the part-time application process:

  1. Apply directly online or use Common Application
    • Applying to Carroll is FREE!
  2. Submit an official transcript
    • Verification of high school or GED completion (copy of official transcript will be acceptable)
    • Transfer students must submit transcripts from ALL institutions of higher education attended

Evaluation for acceptance generally takes one to three weeks and is done on a rolling basis. Once we've received your application and documents, an admission counselor will be in touch!

Changing from part-time to full-time

If you're a current part-time student at Carroll looking to become a full-time student, no transcripts are needed. Just submit the application! 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Carroll University offers a scholarship to first-time, bachelor's degree seeking students enrolled in 6-11 credits for the applied term. In addition to scholarships, you’ll find other forms of financial aid to help you stay on budget while you complete your degree at Carroll. Learn more about scholarships and financial aid for part-time students at Carroll University.

Early Registration and Credit Limits

Part-time students may be cleared to register for classes pending review of the application and supporting documentation, but may be administratively withdrawn once a formal admission decision is made. Part-time students may register for no more than 16 credits before providing official transcripts and other supporting documentation requested by the Office of Admission.

Advising and Transfer Events

Connect with Carroll admission representatives and learn more about the general transfer process at Carroll at one of the upcoming transfer fairs listed below. You can also meet with a representative during advising visits. This allows you to explore your Carroll transfer options in greater detail, including major-specific transfer information, academic planning and course evaluation.

To learn more or schedule a meeting with a counselor before or during these events, contact Linda Sklander, director of non-traditional admission, at sklander@carrollu.edu.

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