|Marital status (optional):
|Are you Hispanic or Latino?:
|Select one or more of the following:
|If you are not a U.S. citizen, what kind of Visa are you on?
|If you are not a U.S. citizen, what country is your citizenship from?
|Plan to Attend:
|Have you previously applied to or Attended Carroll University?:
|Are you seeking pre-requisites for a graduate program at Carroll?:
Please list ALL of the colleges/technical schools you have Attended. You must declare schools Attended, even if no credit was Earned.
**Applicants seeking a degree or educational certification are required to submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions Attended. High school transcripts are required of degree seeking students.
|Do you plan to apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA?:
|Are you eligible for Veteran's Education benefits?:
All Applicants Must Complete This Section
|Have you ever been dismissed from school for disciplinary reasons?:
|Have you ever been convicted of any offense other than a minor traffic violation?:
Carroll University is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all members of the college community. As such, the college requires all applicants who are under current indictment, who have been convicted of a crime (other than a routine traffic offense or a juvenile proceeding), or who have been dismissed from another academic institution for disciplinary reasons, to disclose this information as a mandatory step in the application process. A previous conviction, current indictment or disciplinary dismissal does not automatically bar one’s admission to the college.
I understand that withholding pertinent information on this application, or giving false information, will: (a) make me ineligible for admission to Carroll University; (b) cancel my registration if admission has occurred; and/or (c) subject me to dismissal from the college if I have already enrolled.
Carroll University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed or religion, age, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or scholarship and loan programs.