Financial Aid for Undergraduate Freshmen

Don’t worry, we know this can get complex. That’s why we’re going to work through it together.  Financial aid comes in many forms and may consist of grants, scholarships, loans and campus 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. Carroll allocates more than $40 million in institutional financial aid to its students on an annual basis.
Outside scholarships do not reduce the amount of gift aid a student receives
Flexible payment plan options help you unlock your potential
students sitting on ledge

Take a Deep Breath.

Follow these six easy steps to apply for financial aid at Carroll University


More than 98 percent of Carroll University students receive scholarship assistance. Scholarships play a key role in maintaining Carroll's accessibility for all students.

Learn More

Additional Information

graduation cap icon

Types of Financial Aid

Learn about gift aid, loans and campus employment opportunities


students walking down steps

Comparing Awards

Discover 10 helpful hints when comparing financial aid awards

financial aid icon

Tuition and Value

View tuition and fees for undergraduate freshmen students


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

See Carroll For Yourself

Panoramic View of campus