Welcome to Carroll University's Media Room. Through these pages, you will have access to Carroll news and events, our media policy, academic source experts and much more. If you have questions, we have answers, and respond to all inquiries promptly. We look forward to working with you!
Our media kit is a resource for news media looking to learn more about the strong pioneer spirit at Wisconsin's first four-year institution of higher education. It includes historic and current information about the university, fast facts and much more.
Carroll University faculty are well-respected leaders in their fields. They are pioneers who possess a wealth of knowledge and are available to provide media expert opinions; comments on breaking news, trends and issues related to their respective areas of expertise; and to offer insight and analysis on a broad range of topics.
If you need help identifying an expert for a potential story, please contact us and we'll connect you with the right person.
Thomas Pahnke, who has served at Carroll University since 2006, was selected following an extensive national search.
The grant provided by the National Science Foundation will provide academic and financial support.
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News media are welcome to photograph or shoot video of Carroll University's buildings and scenes using the public sidewalks and walkways. To shoot on the university's property, you must first contact us for approval.
Please notify us if you plan to visit Carroll University's campus and we’ll be happy to reserve a parking space for you. In the event that we invite you on campus via a media advisory, there is no need to call before coming.
Selected images are available for media to download and use for stories. To request other images or logos for Carroll University, please contact us.
We know how important your job is to deliver accurate, timely news. Our team is committed to working with journalists to craft and disseminate university communications to the public. Our office is the first point of contact for all media inquiries and the source for official information about the university. We will respond promptly, courteously and professionally to all requests from members of the media who seek information and/or access to speak with one of our source experts. Our team fosters great relationships with local, regional and national reporters, editors, bloggers and news and radio producers. We are a valuable resource to you, and can arrange visits to campus, interviews with our well-respected faculty and staff, and photo opportunities. Our goal is to make your experience with Carroll positive and efficient. To help us achieve this goal and to better serve you, we ask that media review our policy below.
To ensure the privacy of Carroll University students, faculty and staff, we ask that all media contact us before visiting campus. We are happy to help facilitate your visit on campus, to arrange interviews and to assist with other multimedia needs.
You are welcome to photograph or film video of Carroll University's buildings and scenes using the public sidewalks and walkways. To film on the university's property, you must first contact the Office of Communications and Marketing for approval. We may also be able to provide you with video on a case-by-case basis. During an emergency, media may be required to remain within a designated area due to law enforcement or safety concerns.
During an emergency at Carroll University, we ask that you contact us directly. During a weather emergency that disrupts normal university operations, our team will contact the news media with information to disseminate to the public.