Coronavirus (COVID-19) at a Glance: Carroll University Impact

Carroll University’s top priority is the health and safety of our campus. Please see information below on how COVID-19 is impacting the Carroll community, including hours for in-person services, availability of facilities, emergency funds for students and more. We’ll continue to add regular updates in regard to the upcoming Fall 2020 semester. Please bookmark this page and check your campus email frequently for more information.

President's Message | May 20, 2020

This short video message discusses the work of the Fall 2020 Planning Task Force and some of the considerations we’re taking into account as we make decisions about the fall semester at Carroll.

Watch the Video!

Summer Schedule

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Library, Learning Commons and IT Help Desk staff are here to help.
Those in activities like clinicals and student teaching should contact their program director.
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Student workers should contact their supervisors.

Online Learning Assistance

We realize there may be challenges associated with the transition to online learning. Please take advantage of the Learning Commons and these IT resources:

Carroll University Residence Hall Early Move-Out Resumed

Waukesha has given Carroll University permission to resume move-out beginning Saturday, April 25. Our process aligns with university efforts to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, encourage social distancing, and seeks to provide students and their families flexibility in making necessary arrangements.

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Refund Information

In light of these unprecedented circumstances and our students’ inability to return to campus for the remainder of the spring semester, we will be providing housing and meal plan refunds.

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Emergency Funding and Grants for Students

Learn more about emergency grants available to eligible Carroll University students through the CARES act, and details about Carroll’s Student Emergency Fund, which provides assistance to students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected circumstances.

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Study Abroad and Cross-Cultural Experiences (CCE)

Opportunities to study abroad, as well as travel associated with our Cross-Cultural-Experiences have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Campus Hours of Operation

To comply with the recommendations of public health authorities and ensure the health and safety of our campus, some of our facilities may be closed or have limited hours during the remainder of the summer semester.

Campus Operation Updates

Employee Travel

There will be no CU-related international or out-of-state travel. 
Travelers returning from hot spots must remain home for 14 days.
Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
If available, please take travel refunds. 

More employee-travel details

Your Gift Helps Carroll Students

The Student Emergency Fund provides limited grants and short-term, interest-free loans to Carroll University students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected circumstances. Students may request financial assistance for any critical costs they cannot otherwise cover (such as medical bills, utilities, transportation costs, or personal or academic supplies).

We are grateful to the donors who make this fund possible.

During the difficult and uncertain public health threat posed by COVID-19, many of our students will experience financial hardships, particularly those most economically vulnerable. Please consider supporting our students with a gift to the Carroll Student Emergency Fund.

Give to the Student Emergency Fund

Previous University Communications

Important Resources

For more information about the 2019 novel coronavirus, please visit the following websites:

If you have additional questions, please contact us

We realize you may have questions not answered on our COVID-19 Information web pages. Please contact us at our COVID-19 email address and we will forward your inquiries to the appropriate staff or faculty for prompt follow up.

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