Pio Plan | Fall 2021

The COVID-19 Pandemic caused our Carroll community to make many changes during the 2020-21 year. We are proud of our Pioneers for persevering through unprecedented times and are excited to continue to offer a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment for our students.

Our plan for the Fall 2021 semester calls for a majority of classes to be in person, and we will offer a mix of online and hybrid classes as well. At Carroll University, our campus community believes the ability to offer in-person classes, while utilizing technology to enhance learning and not replace it, provides a learning environment in which students will thrive while experiencing meaningful academic and social engagements.

The health and safety of our campus community remains a top priority. The university continuously monitors the latest guidance from federal, state and local health departments, and Carroll University will be ready to pivot as necessary based on public health guidance.

We will continue to update the safety measures that need to be in place in the fall as new information becomes available, so students, faculty and staff can plan ahead as best as possible during these times. We anticipate that by the start of the Fall 2021 semester, a majority of our faculty, staff and students will be vaccinated.

For the fall 2021 semester, Carroll University plans to implement the following COVID-19 procedures:

Please continue to check this page for any updates about fall 2021 planning.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fall 2021 Questions from the April Town Hall
Will Carroll University provide vaccines on campus?
  • 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:
    • Waukesha County General Vaccine Information website
    • Waukesha County Map of Vaccine Providers
    • Register for the Waukesha County Vaccine Waiting List
If I need an accommodation, can I participate in lectures virtually?
Will non-vaccinated students be required to test bi-weekly in fall 2021?
If I have a medical exemption from being vaccinated, will I be required to test bi-weekly this fall?
Will I need to participate in bi-weekly testing once 90 days have passed since I was fully vaccinated?
Will masks be required on campus this fall?
Will all in-person classes be fully in-person or will larger classes be split?
When do student-athletes who are still in season need to move out?
Will fall athletes move in before August 27?
Will Panopto services be provided?
Will international students have to quarantine upon their return for the fall semester?
What will the guest policy be for the fall in the residence halls?
Where can I find the fall academic calendar?
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