Traditional students enrolled in their first year of college elsewhere, who had previously been accepted and awarded a scholarship to Carroll University, will have their initial award honored. Students must transfer by fall term of their sophomore year to qualify. 

Nontraditional students without prior college experience may qualify for a merit scholarship. Scholarship amounts are determined at time of acceptance.

Previous bachelor’s degree students are eligible for a one-third tuition discount if enrolling full-time.  

2022-23 Transfer Student Academic Scholarships

Transfer students without previous Carroll University acceptance are eligible for one of three merit scholarships. A transfer student is eligible for only one of these scholarships and it will be awarded at the time of acceptance to Carroll University. Scholarship amounts do not increase from year to year.

Departmental / Talent Scholarships

Unless otherwise noted, scholarships are renewable for four years as long as the student maintains full-time undergraduate status. A student is eligible for only one departmental/talent scholarship. However, an academic scholarship and additional awards can be received.

Additional Awards


At Carroll, outside scholarships do not reduce the amount of gift aid you'll receive from the university.

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