The grant provided by the National Science Foundation will provide academic and financial support.
The gift, from Donald F. Kelley ’51 is the first all-program endowment for an athletic team in the school’s history.
Saskia de Rooy, Carroll's artist in residence for 2017-2018, has returned to Carroll to begin the second phase of (in)sight: a portrait project.
Carroll University has released the Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester.
The grant will help the camp serve twice as many students this year.
Schools.com lists Carroll as a Top 10 college for the program in 2017-18.
For the first time, First Federal Bank of Wisconsin has awarded scholarships for students.
The building will house the nursing, physics/engineering and exercise science programs.
The project is part of a comprehensive partnership between the two organizations.
Dr. James Brandes of Midwest Nephrology Associates will assume the role in June 2018.
Twenty-nine students graduated with a Masters in Occupational Therapy.
Quinn Balz '18 won first place at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions.
The award was given by the Wisconsin Health Science Library Association.
The pass rate for the 2017 graduating class is officially 100% - all graduates were licensed.
President Cindy Gnadinger tells her personal story to fourth graders at St. Anthony School.
Active Minds hosted a nationally recognized traveling exhibition of 1,100 donated backpacks.
A partnership between Carroll University and SHARP Literacy will impact hundreds of students.
(in)sight: a portrait project will highlight the faces and narratives of members in the Carroll community.
The education department and Hawthorne Elementary School will launch the new project in fall 2017.
The Carroll University Board of Trustees announced the addition of five new members.
Sports medicine services will be provided for recreational and organized sports.
The Enactus organization will compete at the National Exposition for the fifth year in a row.
Dr. Cindy Gnadinger has been named Carroll University's next president.
Carroll University students will graduate on Sunday, May 14.
New Hall will now be named Shirley Hilger Hall after a former staff member who made a great impact.
Carroll University recognizes local educators for achievement in the classroom.
Viviana Sanchez will become part of the Wall of Fame at the United Community Center.
Carroll University has appointed Dr. Steven Bialek to the position of Dean of the School of Business.
The biology major plans to pursue a career as a biomedical researcher and practitioner.
Jim DeJong, Immediate Past Board of Trustees Chair will provide this year's keynote address.
Dr. Larry Harper has spent 31 years as director of bands at Carroll University.
The MCW School of Pharmacy and Carroll University will partner to enhance the 3+3 pipeline program.
Only two recipients received the award from the Women & Girls Fund of Waukesha County.
Students, staff and faculty spent the day in Madison, Wis. advocating for the Wisconsin Grant.
Dr. Lilly Goren will teach at the University of Bonn in Bonn, Germany in the summer of 2018.
Our students were honored for their contributions to keeping kids healthy and in the classroom.
Dr. Lara Karpenko has publication featured in the University of Michigan Press.
Volunteers are needed to judge this year's academic program on March 25.
Comments are sought in preparation for our periodic evaluation by our regional accrediting agency.
The $100,000 grant will enhance staff resources to combat sexual assault violence.
Robin Jebavy is one of five regional artists who have been recognized for their work.
The U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women has provided us with $300,000.
The grant from the National Science Foundation will further international research experiences.
The Bucyrus Foundation of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation has given $1 million challenge grant.
Carroll University was awarded a five-year, $446,123 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).