Financial Aid for Special Admission Types

Financial aid comes in many forms and may consist of grants, scholarships, loans and employment. The funding for these programs comes from the federal government, state government, Carroll University and a variety of private sources. Our financial aid experts are here to work with you on an individual basis and help you navigate through the process along every step of the way as your award is determined. 

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If you aren’t starting at Carroll right out of high school and haven’t previously attended college, or are looking to come back to college later in life, see the financial aid options below:

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Out of High School Less Than One Year?

Non-traditional students who have been out of high school one year or less may be eligible for undergraduate freshmen student scholarship amounts based upon high school academic record.

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Out of High School for More than one year?

Non-traditional students who have been out of high school more than one year may be eligible for transfer student scholarship amounts based upon college transfer work.

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Grants and Loans

Learn about the grants and loans available to non-traditional students.

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Students seeking a second bachelor's degree, education-certification or completing prerequisite work for a graduate program with full-time enrollment status will be eligible for the Old Main Scholarship, which provides one-third tuition discount. Previous bachelor degree students are not eligible for additional scholarships or awards. The Old Main Scholarship is awarded at time of acceptance to Carroll University. The one-third tuition discount does not increase from year to year.


Hours, Location and Contact Information

Office Hours: Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (Hours subject to change during holiday periods, semester breaks, and summer sessions)
Location: Main Level of Voorhees Hall  |  100 N. East Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186
Email:  |  Phone: 262.524.7296  |  Fax: 262.951.3037

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