Carroll University

Carroll University is a private institution that was founded in1846.Ithas a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,256,its setting is suburban,and the campus size is 50 acres.It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.Carroll University’s ranking in the 2013 edition of Best Collegesis Regional Universities (Midwest),43.Its tuition and fees are $26,475 (2012-13).

Carroll University is a private school located in the southeast corner of Wisconsin in the city of Waukesha, about 20 miles west of Milwaukee. Undergraduates at Carroll University can choose from more than 40 bachelor’s degree programs, with exercise, nursing, and business being the most popular majors. Graduate students can pursue master’s degrees in physical therapy, education, software engineering, business administration, and physician assistant studies.

Carroll students can get involved in more than 50 campus clubs and pledge with about six Greek-letter organizations. Students who want to help the community can explore the Volunteer Center, and those interested in backpacking, kayaking, and camping can check out the Carroll Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) program. Student athletes can get involved at the intramural level or play for the Carroll University Pioneers varsity sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division III Midwest Conference. Notable Carroll University alumni include the late Donald Goerke, who graduated with a mathematics degree and went on to invent the SpaghettiOs pasta brand.

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