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Carroll recognizes and celebrates college pioneers.
Carroll University is ranked No. 8 on the 2019 Universities.com list of top animal behavior programs in the United States.
In celebration of Veterans Day, Carroll will be hosting several events and activities across campus.
Join us Wednesday, Nov. 6 in the Campus Center lobby to celebrate Respect at Carroll University
In early 2019, Carroll University received $5.5 million from the estate of alumnus Bill Yersin '63. The gift established two new scholarships, supports an existing scholarship and created an endowed faculty position.
This year’s incoming class of 793 first-year students is the second-largest in Carroll’s history. It also boasts the largest nursing class ever—170 students.
The Waukesha Freeman features the Carroll Therapeutic Abilities Clinic which helps clients with disabilities free of charge.
Thanks to a decade of free physical therapy sessions at Carroll University’s Therapeutic Abilities Clinic (TAC), Brian Baker is now walking and perfecting his box step.
Four students reveal how they cope with the demands of graduate school.
The Bergs get a makeover, and Charles Street Hall reverts to its roots as student housing.
Carroll launched a food share program this year to assist students too busy to stop for a meal or too cash-strapped to pay for one, aiming for wellness amid academic success.
Jasmin Palacios, a Carroll student double-majoring in nursing and Spanish, has been chosen as one of nearly 1,000 American undergraduate students nationwide to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Jack Sherman ’18 was recently published in the magazine, BEYOND, produced by ISI Florence and the Umbra Institute.
Carroll University has released the Dean’s List for the spring 2019 semester.
The Keystones are rocking this Pioneer thing. Two alumni and two current students make up the gritty, garage-rock band.
A thrilling aerial tour of campus that showcases the filmmaking talents of Carroll University student Michael Mirkes ’22.
Three Carroll student-athletes earned All-American honors at the NCAA Division III National Outdoor Championships May 23-25 in Geneva, Ohio.
Photographer Kyle Zehr wanders behind the curtain of the Carroll Players' spring comedy
Carroll community unites around diversity efforts
Carroll Pioneers are finding value in returning for a second degree through the university's graduate programs.
Anyone wearing a Carroll shirt or hat from noon to 3 p.m. will get one free general admission ticket to Summerfest!
Carroll Sophomore Analiesa Harbach received the chance of a lifetime when she took part in the National Women’s Honor Choir during the American Choral Director Association’s (ACDA) conference last March in Kansas City, Missouri.
Carroll University and St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic will partner to provide services to uninsured and underserved patients in Waukesha.
Graduating senior Lindsay Adams wants area healthcare leaders to know the kind of talent Carroll can produce.
For Danica Molina, the first time was the charm.
A Carroll University team has advanced to the third and final round of the Smart Cities / Smart Futures competition held by Foxconn Technology Group.
Doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) program at Carroll provides a world of clinical experience.
Researchers say many children today suffer from a play deficit. We take a look at why that matters.
A modern university runs 24/7. Photographer Kyle Zehr captured the late nights and early mornings of those who make it work.
Alumni Aaron Blackshear ’03, Justin Jacobs ’03 and Mason Yahr ’16 find Carroll University to be "the official analytics feeder school of the NBA"
Men's Basketball team member Ray Pierce embodies the Pioneer athletic tradition
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant supports undergraduate students on study abroad experiences.
Thank a Donor Day, an event at Carroll University designed to show gratitude to all who donate to the school, happens November 12.
A pair of Pioneers donated bone marrow after learning about the process during a registration drive sponsored by student organization Love Your Melon
The images and stories that came out of “(in)sight: a portrait project” create a vivid portrait of the Carroll community
Oliver Wyman, an international management consulting firm, counts numerous Carroll alumni among their 4,500 employees
Twenty first-year students awarded $1,000 scholarship through Carroll University Scholars program.
Carroll University's Main Dining Room has been named in honor of Gert Ullsperger, a beloved employee for more than 54 years.
Junior Allison Calteux created a Pioneer Scholars project titled "Nightmares and Daydreams: A Study of Surrealist Photography and its Application to Portraiture."
The Milwaukee metropolitan area recently named fifth best in the nation for recent college graduates, according to ZipRecruiter.
Duy Nguyen '14 earned Fellow of the Society of Actuaries designation.
Anjana Adhikari will be representing Nepal at the 15th Annual International Human Rights Summit.
Pre-physical therapy student Elysia Dowd will study abroad in Argentina with the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Student Keely Gobat and Dr. Todd Levine presented their citizen science research project.
A visiting artist brings the power of portraiture to Carroll.
Carroll's education department begins a lab school partnership with Waukesha public schools.
Carroll University's forensics program proves worth investigating.
A team of Carroll University business students participated in the 2018 Statewide CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Saskia de Rooy returned to campus for the final time for the (in)sight: a portrait project final exhibition.
Haylee Albrecht was one of 50 students nationwide to be awarded a study abroad grant from Phi Kappa Phi.
Six student photographs were selected as finalists in the Photographer's Forum competition.
Carroll students go to the source to study animal behavior for research projects at Milwaukee County Zoo.
Carroll University has released the Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester.
Innovative teaching methodology has student role-playing historic events.
Carroll chemistry major Allison Tomczyk ’18 has taken advantage of several research opportunities.
Art major Sarah Honaker has been selected as one of nearly 1,000 American undergraduate students nationwide to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Quinn Balz '18 won first place at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions.
(in)sight: a portrait project will highlight the faces and narratives of members in the Carroll community.
The Enactus organization will compete at the National Exposition for the fifth year in a row.
The first students in Carroll's new music therapy program tune up.
Carroll athletes, coaches and training staff contribute to concussion research as they place emphasis on player safety.