Financial Aid and Tuition FAQ

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information | Last updated Nov. 30, 2020

Will there be any change in tuition? Is Carroll going to reduce tuition because classes are now online?

There will be no changes to the tuition rates published for the 2020-2021 academic year. Those fees were approved by the Carroll University Board of Trustees last year. At present, over 90% of our classes are face-to-face.

Are there any changes to work study for students?

There are no changes planned to the work study program.

Will on-campus jobs be available this year? Can I live at home and do work study?

Yes, there will be on campus jobs available for students, and those will be open to both students living on campus as well as commuter students. For students who are completing a virtual semester, you will not be permitted to come to campus for a campus employment position. If your supervisor has remote work available, you are eligible to work. Please know that we have limited remote work available for students.

Is Carroll is now accepting the Wisconsin GI Bill®?

Yes. Please work with Nancy Ferguson at nferguso@carrollu.edu in our Registrar's Office.

If campus is closed due to COVID-19, what will students be reimbursed for?

We will address appropriate refunds depending on the circumstances should that be necessary at any point during this year.

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