Covid-19 Information
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Carroll University is committed to offering an exceptional educational experience in a safe environment. Faculty, staff and administration are working diligently to support students, staff and faculty in order to keep our Carroll community safe.

The following information provides regular updates on our response to COVID. Please bookmark this page and check your campus email frequently for more information. We can't wait to see you back on campus this fall!

General Information

Report a Positive COVID Test or That You Are a Close Contact

Students, faculty, and staff members should report if a student has tested for COVID-19 or if a student has been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Send an email to to report a positive COVID test or close contact​.


Vaccine Information

All Wisconsin residents ages 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as of Monday, April 5, 2021.

Carroll University is periodically allotted limited doses of the vaccine. If Carroll University has access to doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, students will be notified via email that they are eligible to receive the vaccine and how to sign-up. At this time, Carroll University does not have access to enough doses for all students. Students are encouraged to receive the vaccine at available community sites if they are interested in being vaccinated.

If you are interested in receiving the vaccine, please view the following websites for more information:

Virtual Town Hall

If you missed the Town Hall Meeting with President Gnadinger about the Fall 2021 semester on April 7, please watch the recording below. 
Some of the key points that were highlighted are:  
Watch the Town Hall Here

COVID-19 Dashboard

Dashboard Updates

The dasboard will be updated on a bi-weekly basis starting on September 10, 2021. 

The dashboard displays the number of confirmed cases reported to Carroll University. These cases were reported through the university's faculty, staff and student disclosure process or a local public health department.

An active case is an individual in isolation after a positive test result. Cumulative cases are the total positive cases since the first day of classes. After the isolation period ends, they are removed from the active cases in future dashboards, but they are still reflected in the cumulative cases.

Confirmed data reported to the university available after 2 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays are included in the next dashboard update.


Your Gift Helps Carroll Students

During the difficult and uncertain public health threat posed by COVID-19, many of our students will experience financial hardships, particularly those most economically vulnerable. The Student Emergency Fund provides limited grants and short-term, interest-free loans to Carroll University students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected circumstances. Students may request financial assistance for any critical costs they cannot otherwise cover (such as medical bills, utilities, transportation costs, or personal or academic supplies).

We are grateful to the donors who make this fund possible. Please consider supporting our students with a gift to the Carroll Student Emergency Fund.

Give to the Student Emergency Fund

Important Resources

For more information about the 2019 novel coronavirus, please visit the following websites:

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