Ways to Give

We have many areas of need at Carroll and there are many ways you can contribute to the university. Contributions directly impact our Carroll students' learning toward discovery, growth and knowledge.

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CASH, CHECKS OR CREDIT CARDS

Checks, money orders or bank drafts can be made payable to Carroll University. Credit cards accepted through online giving include MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express.

Gifts by check can be made payable to Carroll University and sent to:

Gifts of Securities

A gift of stocks and securities can provide even greater tax benefits than a cash gift of equal value. Gifts of long-term appreciated securities (owned for more than one year) provide significant tax advantages. The IRS currently allows you to deduct the full fair market value of the property up to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income for the year. Any amount over that ceiling can be carried forward, up to five years, for future deductions.

A gift of stock or other securities is considered made on the day the transfer is completed. Please notify the Office of Development by sending a copy of your transfer instructions. This is very important as it allows the gift to be identified when it arrives.

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Crowdfunding

Carroll's Catalyst is a new crowdfunding platform to help members of the Carroll community raise money to support their ideas, projects and passions. Projects on the Catalyst platform advance innovation, teaching and learning at the university. Catalyst helps donors connect directly with student and faculty projects.

See Current Catalyst Projects

Planned Giving

With thoughtful planning, you create win-win solutions for you and Carroll University. Get more information on making a gift through your estate, donating from your IRA accounts and more.

Learn More

Other Ways to Give

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Matching Gifts

Many leading companies offer corporate gift matching for their employees. Carroll alumni and friends utilize these generous policies to increase their impact for the university and its students.

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Gifts-in-Kind

Gifts-in-kind are non-monetary items of tangible personal property or other physical assets that represent value to the university. Those gifts might include books, artwork and equipment.

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Volunteer

Every year Carroll alumni volunteer their time serving their University, their community and their world, an attribute instilled in them as students, and carried with them throughout their lives.

Ready to give?Donate online today

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