"There’s nothing to do here.” Said no Pioneer, ever. You’ll have no problem turning your downtime into great times at Carroll. In addition to 50+ student organizations, there’s always something happening on campus. What are you waiting for? Get out, get busy and get involved!
CU@Night brings an entertaining lineup of fun events to Friday and Saturday nights. You’ll find a wide mix of programming and activities, such as comedians, performing acts, musicians, DJs, game nights, movies and more. CU@Night is always free for Carroll students. Guests of students are also welcome.
Carroll’s recreation program makes it easy to stay active. RecSports offers intramurals, club sports, cheer and dance, group exercise classes and drop-in recreation hours in the fitness center and weight room. You’ll also find full-service equipment rental, including bicycles, kayaks and canoes, tents, snowshoes and more.
Students involved in Greek Life find a home away from home and graduate with lifelong relationships and meaningful experiences. Fraternities and sororities enrich the Carroll community in many ways, including participation in service, philanthropy and leadership development and maintaining high academic standards.
Regardless of your major, continue to pursue your love of music or acting in one of Carroll’s performance groups. Auditions may be required to participate and happen throughout the school year.
DON'T GET OVERWHELMED TRANSITIONING TO COLLEGE LIFE
They’re called big programs, because they tend to draw a crowd. Carroll hosts a variety of campus-wide events throughout the year, including Alcohol Awareness and Education Week, Carroll's Got Talent and Spring Fling.
The goal of AAEW is to educate Carroll's campus through fun activities that promote awareness for students, staff and faculty alike.
A talent show in front of a live audience in Shattuck Auditorium. The event is a collaboration between Student Activities and the campus radio station, WCCX.
Spring Fling is an annual event held on campus where we celebrate the coming of spring and the end of the semester. The 2017 event was "Throwback to the 90s" themed.