We Want to #CURespect

Author: Carroll University

Published Date: 11/4/2019

Categories: Faculty and Staff Social Students


In celebration of Carroll's ethos and this academic year's theme of respect, join the Pioneer community in spreading respect and kindness on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Keep your eyes peeled around campus Wednesday morning for our #CURespect postcards or visit us in Campus Center Lobby on Wednesday from 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

"At Carroll, we’re committed to ensuring that every member of our campus community has access to a safe, inclusive and welcoming living and learning environment. We stress that hate has no home here, whether it’s in the classroom, the athletic field or court, or in our residence halls. Please continue to make a conscious effort to live our Carroll Ethos every day. In doing so, we empower our entire Pioneer community and ultimately, make our campus a better place for us all." —President Cindy Gnadinger

Respect is a central tenet of the Caroll University ethos: 
“We will honor the dignity and worth of each member of our diverse community by building relationships of trust. We will be civil and kind as we engage one another in our work.”

Be Respectful Today!

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  • — Leave a kind note in an unexpected place. Let someone find it. 
  • — If waiting in a line, let someone go ahead of you.
  • — Send an uplifting text message to five people you know right now.
  • — Use a dry erase marker to leave a positive mantra for yourself on your mirror.
  • — Smile at five strangers on your way across campus.
  • — Give a compliment to the next person you talk to.
  • — Put your phone away while in the company of others.
  • — Next time you’re in line to buy a coffee, buy one for the person behind you.
  • — Do someone a favor, no strings attached
  • — Call someone in your family to tell them you’re thinking of them.

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