Sep 25, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tuition and Fees



Full-Time (12-19 credits)

The charges listed begin with the Summer I 2019 session and continue through the Spring 2020 semester. Full-time status is determined at the end of the first week of classes on the date indicated in the calendar as the last day to add classes.

Tuition
Tuition per year (undergraduate) $32,080.00

Residence Hall Room

Carroll University Room Plans Semester/Term

Summer 2019 Fee
Summer Housing (non-Carroll student, monthly) $790.00
May Term (Carroll students, non-academic) $490.00
Summer II (Carroll student) $980.00
Summer III (Carroll students) $980.00

 

Academic Year 2019-2020 Fee
Triple Room - Traditional Halls - Kilgour, North and South Bergstrom, Steele and Swarthout $2,055.00
Double Room - Traditional Halls - Kilgour, North and South Bergstrom, Steele and Swarthout $2,735.00
Single Room - Traditional Halls - Kilgour, North and South Bergstrom, Steele and Swarthout $3,280.00
Double Room in Suite - Hilger $3,390.00
Single Room in Suite - Pioneer, Frontier and Prairie $3,790.00
Single Apartment - Hartwell Ave. $3,690.00
Double Apartment - Carroll St., College Ave., and Hartwell Ave. $3,435.00
Single room in Triple Apartment - Carroll St., College Ave., and Hartwell Ave. $3,565.00
Double room in Triple Apartment - Carroll St., College Ave., and Hartwell Ave. $3,305.00
January Housing (Carroll student, non-academic) $490.00

Summer Meal Plans and Rates (Summer 19)

Available to all students.

Plan Cost/Summer Meals/Summer Dining Dollars/Summer
6 $455.00 30 meals for the summer $150.00
7 $670.00 45 meals for the summer $225.00
8 $815.00 60 meals for the summer $275.00

Resident Meal Plans and Rates (FA19 and SP20)

Resident Meal Plans and Rates (FA19 and SP20)

Plan Cost/Semester Meals/Semester Dining Dollars/Semester
C $2,005.00 140 meals/semester $250.00
E $2,215.00 160 meals/semester $350.00
G $2,380.00 180 meals/semester $375.00
H $2,680.00 220 meals/semester $425.00

Grand Avenue Plans (FA19 and SP20)

Available to all commuters. *Grand Avenue Plans: (T, U V & W) also available for juniors and seniors in Frontier, Pioneer and Prairie Halls.

Plan Cost/Semester Meals/Semester Dining Dollars/Semester
T* $1,405.00 90 meals/semester $200.00
U* $1,405.00 45 meals/semester $650.00
V* $1,405.00 60 meals/semester $500.00
W* $1,405.00 75 meals/semester $350.00

Commuter Meal Plans and Rates (FA19 and SP20)

Plan Cost/Semester Meals/Semester Dining Dollars/Semester
R $520.00 30 meals/semester $100.00
S $965.00 60 meals/semester $150.00

BookCHARGE Fee

Charge Textbooks and Supplies to your Student Account

Students who wish to use BookCHARGE are required to sign the BookCHARGE Agreement Form.

BookCHARGE allows students to charge textbooks and supplies, including rental textbooks up to $750.00 each semester, directly to their student account on the following terms and conditions. BookCHARGE is available, 20 business days prior to the start of the semester and ends 10 business days after the semester begins, to currently enrolled students who have a PiONEer Card and have no holds on their student account. Any fees you incur for not returning a rental textbook will be charged to the credit card on file with Barnes & Noble, and not your student account. You are allowed to charge books, and supplies to your student account up to $750 per semester. Please be responsible about your purchases. Remember, your charges will be reflected on your student account and will be billed to you.

BookCHARGE purchases will be reflected on your student account on the next billing statement. As with other charges to your student account, unpaid bookstore charges might result in late fees, registration and transcript holds.

The cost of textbooks varies. It is estimated that a student spends an average of $1,126.00 per year for books.

Other Fees and Deposits

Housing deposit (credited to student’s account) $250.00

This sum is required to be submitted with the housing contract. When this deposit is paid, residence hall reservations are confirmed.

Housing cancellation penalty $500.00

A $500 cancellation fee will be assessed if a student cancels a housing license agreement, withdraws, or is dismissed from the university.

A prorated fee will be implemented for cancellations occurring during the summer of 2019 based upon the following schedule:

Deposit post date  
May 2- June 30, 2019 loss of $250.00 housing deposit and $250 cancellation fee
July 1, 2019 and after loss of $250.00 housing deposit and $500 cancellation fee

 

Housing room change fee (Student Initiated) $100.00

This fee will be assessed if a student changes his/her room assignment after the academic year begins.

Confirmation Deposit - Physical Therapy Direct Admit (NON-REFUNDABLE) $200.00
Confirmation Deposit (credited to student’s account) $200.00

This sum is due and payable within 30 days after the date the applicant is notified of admission to the university or after financial aid is determined for those who are aid applicants. This deposit is collected only from new full-time students or from part-time students moving to full time status. It is generally not refundable.

Comprehensive fee $770.00

This fee is collected from full-time undergraduate students and is used directly by the university to address needs common to the student body.

Nursing program fee $840.00

This fee is assessed to all full-and part-time nursing students with a Nursing major.

Professional liability insurance $20.00

This fee is assessed to Health Science and Education Majors who are required to carry professional liability insurance when enrolled in any clinical course.

This fee is assessed to Education Majors enrolled in EDU 409 , EDU 419  

Parking permit for resident Carroll students $120.00-$350.00
Parking Fines-(Lower Offense) $30.00/60.00
Parking Fines-(Upper Offense) $50.00/$100.00

Resident students may apply for parking permits for residence hall lots. Because parking spaces are limited, they are assigned by the public safety office according to established criteria.

Stop Payment Fee (subject to change based on bank fees) $40.00
NSF/ACH Failure Fee (subject to change based on bank fees) $30.00

Late Fees:

Non-Payment Plan Late Fees:

Late Fees in the amount of $40.00 will be assessed monthly on any overdue balance (overdue balance: unpaid balance that is over 30 days old) of $100.00 or greater.

Monthly Payment Plan (myPAYPLAN):

Enrollment Fee: $50.00 due upon enrollment - per semester (Non Refundable)

A Late Fee of $40.00 per month will be assessed if the scheduled monthly installment payment is not received by the due date.

Past due accounts occur when the payment terms on your account have not been met. The university has the right to take steps to collect the past due amounts including, but not limited to, the following: prohibiting the student from scheduling classes for the following semester; withholding course credits; academic transcripts, and diploma until the balance is paid; turning over the student’s account to a collection agency; and taking legal action. By enrolling in a payment plan, the student authorizes the university to release financial information about his/her account to those concerned with collecting the balance owing. If the university incurs any expenses in collecting the student’s account, the student shall pay all the university’s cost of collection. This includes, but is not limited to, a collection agency fee which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 30% of the debt, and/or reasonable attorney’s fees. A collection agency acting on behalf of the university may contact students regarding any outstanding balance by means of an automated calling system or a pre-recorded message at any telephone number associated with the student’s account including wireless telephone numbers.

Non-refundable registration fee for International and Off-Campus Programs $260.00
Study Abroad Programs: Affiliated, Unaffiliated, and Exchange Programs $360.00
Summer/Winter Study Abroad Fee $150.00
Auditing (per credit) $130.00
Auditing (Nursing-per credit) $140.00
Aviation Science Course Fee for courses with AVS designation $3,790.00
Credit for work experience (per credit) $220.00
Credit for work experience (Nursing-per credit) $250.00
Education Fee (EDU 409  & EDU 419  EdTPA) $320.00
ESL Listening and Speaking (ESL 121 /ESL 122 /ESL 321 ) per course $1,540.00
ESL Reading and Writing (ESL 122 /ESL 222 /ESL 322 ) per course $2,560.00
ESL Special Topics (ESL 123 /ESL 223 /ESL 323 ) per course $1,020.00
Exchange Student Fee (per semester) $50.00
FFEE Program Fee $350.00
Housing Early Arrival/Late Departure Fee $80.00
Housing Late Application Fee $25.00
International Student Orientation Fee $130.00
Intensive English Language Student Fee (per semester) $50.00
Internship (per credit) $410.00
Internship (Nursing-per credit) $520.00
Internship: Written Project completed at work site (per credit) $220.00
Internship: Written Project completed at work site (Nursing-per credit) $250.00
Credit by examination (per credit) $220.00
Credit by examination - Nursing courses (per credit) $250.00
Prior Learning Assessment (per credit) $220.00
Prior Learning Assessment (Nursing-per credit) $250.00
Tuition per credit for additional credits - non-nursing (greater than 19 credits) $410.00
Tuition per credit for additional credits - nursing (greater than 19 credits) $520.00
Undergraduate tuition for OCICU online courses-per credit $530.00
Completion Fee $140.00
Orientation Fee $270.00

 

Course fees (per course) $90.00-$180.00

These fees are required for classes with expendable material costs, as well as other costs unique to the course, and include, but are not limited to, lab courses.

Athletic Training Program Fees

Junior Program Fee $750.00
Senior Program Fee $750.00

Applied Music Fees

Students registering for applied lessons will be charged an applied music fee on their student bill. Students receive 12 lessons per semester.

Credits Lesson Length Lesson Fee
1 credit 25 minutes $350.00
2 credits 50 minutes $700.00

No refunds of applied music fees will be made after the second week of classes.

Additional Expenses - Nursing Program

Nursing is a practice discipline and students enrolled in the nursing program must plan for additional costs that are directly related to the program. These include uniforms, nursing textbooks, health requirements, CPR certification, liability insurance, and transportation costs associated with clinical experiences.

  • Uniform cost will vary depending on vendor used. Also required for clinical nursing courses: watch with a second hand, white nurse’s shoes (or all white athletic shoes), bandage scissors and stethoscope.
  • Students are required to carry professional liability insurance when enrolled in any clinical course. Cost varies according to plan selected and agency used.
  • Nursing pin. Cost varies.
  • For graduating seniors desiring registration and licensure in Wisconsin:
    • Registration fee for NCLEX exam
    • Application for State Board
    • Work permit for graduates working in Wisconsin
    • State Board registration photograph
    • Class composite photograph (optional)

Payment of Student Accounts

Payments can be made online through ePAY at my.carrollu.edu.

Acceptable forms of online payments include: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and eCheck. A convenience fee will be added when using a debit or credit card. Full and partial payments can be made any time before the due dates.

Payments will also be accepted through the mail and in person at the Carroll University Business Office. Acceptable methods of payment include cash or check. Debit and/or credit card payments on student account balances cannot be accepted at the business office cashier windows.

Charges for tuition, fees, room and board are the obligation of the student upon registration and are to be paid no later than the first day of the semester. A student may attend classes, take examinations, and be entitled to the benefits of a fully registered student only when all charges have been paid or satisfactory financial arrangements have been approved by the Business Office.

Course and Fee statements will be available online at my.carrollu.edu. Sign in with your user name and password, click on Student>Billing and Payment>View Bill. Full payment of the balance must be made by the first day of the semester unless payment plan arrangements have been approved by the Business Office.

Due Dates are:

Summer Session I, 2019 May 9, 2019
Summer Session II, 2019 May 31, 2019
Summer Session III, 2019 July 15, 2019
Fall 2019 September 5, 2019
Winter 2020 January 2, 2020
Spring 2020 January 21, 2020
Summer Session I, 2020 May 6, 2020
Summer Session II, 2020 June 3, 2020
Summer Session III, 2020 July 16, 2020

Late Fees:

Non-payment Plan Late Fees:

Late Fees in the amount of $40.00 will be assessed monthly on any overdue balance (overdue balance: unpaid balance that is over 30 days old) of $100.00 or greater.

Monthly Payment Plan (myPAYPLAN):

Enrollment Fee: $50.00 due upon enrollment - per semester (Non-Refundable)

A Late Fee of $40.00 per month will be assessed if the scheduled monthly installment payment is not received by the due date.

Past due accounts occur when the payment terms on your account have not been met. The university has the right to take steps to collect the past due amounts including, but not limited to, the following: prohibiting the student from scheduling classes for the following semester; withholding course credits; academic transcripts, and diploma until the balance is paid; turning over the student’s account to a collection agency; and taking legal action. By enrolling in a payment plan, the student authorizes the university to release financial information about his/her account to those concerned with collecting the balance owing. If the university incurs any expenses in collecting the student’s account, the student shall pay all the university’s cost of collection. This includes, but is not limited to, a collection agency fee which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 30% of the debt, and/or reasonable attorney’s fees. A collection agency acting on behalf of the university may contact students regarding any outstanding balance by means of an automated calling system or a pre-recorded message at any telephone number associated with the student’s account including wireless telephone numbers.

How payments are applied to student accounts

Credits to student’s accounts are applied in the following manner:

Financial aid, in the form of grants and scholarships, is credited to a student’s account first and will be applied in the following order: Tuition, Program fees, Other fees, Board charges, Room charges.

Cash payments (other than student loans) are first applied to fines and incidental charges.

All remaining cash and loan proceeds are applied to any remaining charges in the following order:
Tuition, Program fees, Other fees, Board charges, Room charges.

Information regarding payment plan options may be obtained from the Business Office of the University. Students are invited to contact the Business Office at 262 524-7337 if they have any questions concerning payments due to the University.

Veteran’s Benefits

Veterans eligible for education benefits should apply with the appropriate agency prior to registering for classes. After applying for benefits, veterans should contact the institution’s Veterans Certifying Official to notify them of their intent to collect benefits. Federal benefits paid under Chapter 30, 35, 1606, or 1607 will be paid directly to the student. Recipients of such payments are advised to anticipate a delay of about two months before receiving the first payment. Students receiving benefits under these chapters should be prepared to pay all expenses since payments are made directly to the veteran. Chapter 33 (Post 9-11 GI Bill®) and the Yellow Ribbon Benefits will be paid directly to the higher education institution.

For more information regarding Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) click here .

Part-time (Less than 12 Credits) Tuition

Undergraduate course per credit (Non-Nursing) $410.00
Nursing course per credit $520.00
*Undergraduate OCICU course per credit $530.00
Auditing per credit (Non-Nursing) $130.00
Auditing Nursing per credit $140.00
Credit by examination-per credit (Non-Nursing) $220.00
Credit by examination - Nursing courses-per credit $250.00

These charges do not apply to full-time students who drop a course after the first week of a semester.

*Please refer to the University’s Web site for information pertaining to Carroll’s online consortium (OCICU) courses.

To verify the refund date for a particular OCICU course you have registered for, check the section comments of that course for refund details. Each course will follow its own refund schedule.

Students contemplating dropping and substituting courses involving online programs may substitute another section of the same course as long as it is in the same term (“term” applies to the period during which the course is offered, beginning to ending date). Traditional courses and courses offered through the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU) have different start and end dates and drop policies even though they may be equivalent courses. Students contemplating dropping or substituting an OCICU course with a traditional course or an OCICU course must contact the registrar at 262.524.7208 or e-mail reg@carrollu.edu for policy and cost information.

Late Fees:

Non-payment Plan Late Fees:

Late Fees in the amount of $40.00 will be assessed monthly, on any overdue balance (overdue balance: unpaid balance that is over 30 days old) of $100.00 or greater.

Monthly Payment Plan (myPAYPLAN):

Enrollment Fee: $50.00 due upon enrollment - per semester (Non Refundable)

A Late Fee of $40.00 per month will be assessed if the scheduled monthly installment payment is not received by the due date.

Past due accounts occur when the payment terms on your account have not been met. The university has the right to take steps to collect the past due amounts including, but not limited to, the following: prohibiting the student from scheduling classes for the following semester; withholding course credits; academic transcripts, and diploma until the balance is paid; turning over the student’s account to a collection agency; and taking legal action. By enrolling in a payment plan, the student authorizes the university to release financial information about his/her account to those concerned with collecting the balance owing. If the university incurs any expenses in collecting the student’s account, the student shall pay all the university’s cost of collection. This includes, but is not limited to, a collection agency fee which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 30% of the debt, and/or reasonable attorney’s fees. A collection agency acting on behalf of the university may contact students regarding any outstanding balance by means of an automated calling system or a pre-recorded message at any telephone number associated with the student’s account including wireless telephone numbers.

Payment Options for Part-time Students

Due Dates:  
Summer I, 2019  
Summer II, 2019  
Summer III, 2019  
Fall 2019  
Winter 2020  
Spring 2020  
Summer I, 2020  
Summer II, 2020  
Summer III, 2020  

Payment Options:

Summer 2019, Winter 2020 and Summer 2020

There are no payment plans available for the summer sessions or the winter session. Payment is due in full the first day of the session as noted above.

Fall 2019

  1. Pay in full on or before the first day of the semester. September 5, 2019
  2. Enroll (online) in a 4, 5 or 6 month payment plan agreement for Fall 2019. Students may enroll in a 4, 5 or 6 month payment plan agreement beginning June 17, 2019. A $50.00 enrollment fee is due upon enrollment-per semester. (Non-Refundable). Be prepared, however, to pay past-due installment amounts as well a $50.00 enrollment fee at the time of enrollment. If you enroll in a monthly payment plan after the scheduled billing date (scheduled billing date is the fifth day of July, August, September, October, November and December) the system will require payment of the $50.00 enrollment fee, a payment for the month in which you are enrolling (even though the due date is not until the twentieth of the month) as well as any past-due installments. For example: On August 6, 2019 you decide that you would like to enroll in a six-month payment plan for the fall. The six-month plan runs from July through December. Upon enrollment, the system will require payment of the $50.00 enrollment fee, the August scheduled installment and the past-due July scheduled installment.
    • 6 month plan: July through December
    • 5 month plan: August through December
    • 4 month plan: September through December

myPAYPLAN will automatically adjust for recalculations of tuition, fees, and other expenses and financial aid. Payment Plan arrangements run by semester.

  1. Provide a letter of company sponsorship and/or third party billing to the Carroll University Business Office on or before the first day of the semester. This letter must confirm payment in full regardless of the student’s performance in the course.
  2. Provide a letter to the Carroll University Business Office, on or before the first day of the semester, from your employer verifying reimbursement. Student will be required to sign a payment agreement. Payment will be due in full by January 6, 2020. A monthly Late Fee of $40.00 will be assessed if payment is not received by the due date. Please contact Judy for information regarding this option at 262-524-7698 or at jedl@carrollu.edu.

Spring 2020

  1. Pay in full on or before the first day of the semester. January 21, 2020
  2. Enroll (online) in a 4, 5 or 6 month payment plan agreement for Spring 2020. Students may enroll in a 4, 5 or 6 month payment plan agreement beginning December 16, 2019. A $50.00 enrollment fee is due upon enrollment-per semester. (Non-Refundable). Be prepared, however, to pay past due installment amounts as well as a $50.00 enrollment fee at the time of enrollment. If you enroll in a monthly payment plan after the scheduled billing date (scheduled billing date is the fifth of January, February, March, April, May and June) the system will require payment of the $50.00 enrollment fee, a payment for the month in which you are enrolling (even though the due date is not until the twentieth of the month) as well as any past-due installments. For example: On February 6, 2020 you decide to enroll in a six-month payment plan for the spring semester. The six month plan runs from January through June. Upon enrollment, the system will require payment of the $50.00 enrollment fee, the February scheduled installment and the past due January scheduled installment.
    • 6 month plan: January through June
    • 5 month plan: February through June
    • 4 month plan: February through May

myPAYPLAN will automatically adjust for recalculations of tuition, fees, and other expenses and financial aid. Payment Plan arrangements run by semester.

  1. Provide a letter of company sponsorship and/or third party billing to the Carroll University Business Office on or before the first day of the semester. This letter must confirm payment in full regardless of the student’s performance in the course.
  2. Provide a letter to the Carroll University Business Office, on or before the first day of the semester, from your employer verifying reimbursement. Student will be required to sign a payment agreement. Payment will be due in full by May 25, 2020. A monthly Late Fee of $40.00 will be assessed if payment is not received by the due date. Please contact Judy for information regarding this option at 262-524-7698 or at jedl@carrollu.edu.

Refer to the Graduate Catalog for information regarding the graduate programs.

Internship Fees

The University offers three types of internships. It is the students’ responsibility to register for the appropriate internship course.

1. Internship with approval and placement by the program instructor (Course 480 or 380) $410.00 per credit
$520.00 per credit - Nursing
2. Credit for work experience approved by the program instructor (Course 483) $220.00 per credit
$250.00 per credit - Nursing
3. Written project completed at work site and approved by the program instructor $220.00 per credit
$250.00 per credit - Nursing

Refund Policies

Full-time status is determined at the end of the first week of classes on the date indicated in the calendar as the last date to add classes. A full-time student who drops below 12 credits after this date will continue to be billed at full-time rates unless the student withdraws from the University.

A student withdrawing from the university should complete the official withdrawal form with the Office of Student Success. This form must be returned so that the university can calculate the refund, if any, of institutional charges and determine the amount of aid that may need to be refunded to the various sources.

If a recipient of Title IV aid unofficially withdraws from all classes without following the proper withdrawal procedure, Carroll University is required to determine the student’s last date of academically related activity to calculate whether a portion of the student’s federal financial aid must be returned to the federal government. The Financial Aid Office will use the last date of attendance reported by the professor(s) or will contact the student’s professor(s) to determine the last date a student completed any academically related activity.

A student who withdraws from the university may be eligible for a refund. The amount of the refund is determined by the student’s withdrawal date and the charges on the student’s account. The refund is calculated using 2 formulas;

  1. Carroll University’s refund policy
  2. Federal/State refund policy

A student who withdraws may be responsible for tuition, fees or other charges that had previously been paid by federal student aid. Refunds may be available for students with Title IV federal aid who withdraw from the University.

Students with federal aid who withdraw from the University will have their Title IV aid recalculated in accordance with guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Education derived from the October 7, 1998, Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. “A school must return the amount of Title IV funds for which it is responsible as soon as possible but no later than 45 days after it determines or should have determined that a student withdrew.”

If a student withdraws after his/her aid was awarded, but prior to all aid having been disbursed, the unpaid aid will be included in the federal formula as aid that ‘could have been disbursed’. If the refund calculation indicates that the student is still eligible for the undisbursed aid, the aid will be offered to the student via a post withdrawal disbursement, which will be sent to the student in a written statement.

The federal formula provides a return of the Title IV aid if the student received federal financial assistance in the form of a Pell Grant, Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, TEACH Grant, Iraq Afghanistan Service Grant, Perkins Loan, Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans or PLUS Loans and withdraws on or before completing 60% of the semester. The percentage of Title IV aid earned is equal to the number of calendar days completed in the semester divided by the number of calendar days in the semester. Scheduled breaks of five or more days are excluded.

Pro-rated Title IV federal aid is returned to the respective federal programs in the following order:

  1. Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program
  2. Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan Program
  3. Federal Perkins Loan Program
  4. Federal PLUS Loan Program
  5. Federal Pell Grant Program
  6. Federal SEOG Program
  7. TEACH Grant Program
  8. Iraq Afghanistan Service Grant
  9. Any other assistance awarded to the student under programs authorized by Title IV HEA

For purposes of repayment, if funds are released to a student because of a credit balance on the student’s account, then the student may be required to repay some of the federal grants released to the student. Until the repayment is resolved, the student is ineligible for further Title IV assistance. These refund policies are based upon the rules and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education and are subject to change. Worksheets used to determine the amount of refund or return of Title IV aid are available upon request at the Carroll University Financial Aid Office.

Students who withdraw and have Carroll aid and/or aid other than Title IV will earn this aid according to the following schedule:

Fall 2019 Withdraw on or before: Percentage Spring 2020 Withdraw on or before: Percentage
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 0% Monday January 20, 2020 0%
Monday, September 16, 2019 20% Monday, February 3, 2020 20%
Monday, September 23, 2019 40% Monday, February 10, 2020 40%
Monday, September 30, 2019 60% Monday, February 17, 2020 60%
Monday, October 7, 2019 80% Monday, February 24, 2020 80%
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (on or after) 100% Tuesday, February 25, 2020 (on or after) 100%

Specially Timed Courses

Students who withdraw from specially timed courses for the Fall 19 or Spring 20 semester and have Carroll aid and/or aid other than Title IV will earn this aid according to the following schedule:

Withdraw before the first day of class 0%
Withdraw before the second day of class 25%
Withdraw before the third day of class 75%
Withdraw the third day of class or after 100%


Federal or state financial aid for part-time students will be adjusted to reflect the final number of credits for which the student is enrolled on Thursday, September 12, 2019 for the fall semester or on Tuesday January 28, 2020, for the spring semester. If enrollment on either one of these dates is for fewer than six credits, you may not be eligible for any financial aid.

Although the Financial Aid Census date (adjustment date for financial aid) is one week after the semester begins, we are required by federal law to review any students who received the Federal Pell Grant. Under federal regulations, students can only receive Federal Pell Grants for the classes they attended. The regulation states the following: If a student begins attending some but not all of his or her classes, the Financial Aid Office will have to recalculate the student’s Pell Grant award based on the student’s actual enrollment status. Therefore, if you receive a Federal Pell Grant, we will review your enrollment status throughout the semester.

Tuition refunds:

  • Full or part-time students who withdraw from the University may be eligible for a tuition refund.
  • Part-time students who drop courses may be eligible for a tuition refund.
Percentage Summer I, 2019 - Withdrawal on or before Summer II, 2019 - Withdrawal on or before Summer III, 2020 - Withdrawal on or before
100% Wednesday 5/8/2019 Thursday 5/30/2019 Wednesday 7/15/2020
75% Friday 5/10/2019 * Friday 6/7/2019 * Thursday 7/23/2020 *
25% Tuesday 5/14/2019 * Friday 6/14/2019 * Thursday 7/30/2020 *
  * by 4:30 p.m. * by 4:30 p.m. * by 4:30 p.m.

Summer 19 Specially Timed Courses -Refund schedule

100% Before the first day of class
75% During the first 25% of the class
25% Anytime after the first 25% of the class through 50% of the class

Students who withdraw from specially timed courses for the Summer 19 or the Summer 20 session and have Carroll aid and/or aid other than Title IV are asked to contact the Financial Aid Office at 262 524-7296 for information regarding the amount of Carroll aid and/or aid other than Title IV aid earned.

Fall 2019 Withdraw on or before: Percentage Spring 2020 Withdraw on or before: Percentage
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 100% Monday, January 20, 2020 100%
Monday, September 16, 2019 80% Monday, February 3, 2020 80%
Monday, September 23, 2019 60% Monday, February 10, 2020 60%
Monday, September 30, 2019 40% Monday, February 17, 2020 40%
Monday, October 7, 2019 20% Monday, February 24, 2020 20%
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (on or after) 0% Tuesday, February 25, 2020 (on or after) 0%

Refunds of room and board fees are available if a resident student officially withdraws from the University. The amount is determined by the refund calculations listed above or, in the case of board fees, actual use, whichever is greater.

Specially timed courses for the Fall 19 and Spring 20 have the following refund schedule:

100% Before the first day of class
75% Before the second day of class
25% Before the third day of class
0% The third day of class or after

Example:

A student withdrew 15 calendar days into a 105-calendar day term (number of days in a term may vary). Charges of $5,000 were paid as follows: $1,200 Federal Direct Loan, $1,100 Federal Pell Grant, and $2,700 Carroll University scholarship.

In this example, under the federal return of Title IV policy, $1,200 would be returned to the Federal Direct Loan Program and $771.00 would be returned to the Federal Pell Grant Program. Under Carroll University’s refund policy, based on the day of withdrawal, (60 percent = $3,000 tuition refund), $1,620 would be returned to the Carroll University scholarship fund.

Tuition Refunds for Winter 2020

Percent of Refund: Withdrawal Date on or before:
Three or four credit courses:  
  100% January 1, 2020
  75% January 3, 2020
  50% January 7, 2020
Two credit courses:  
  100% January 1, 2020
  75% January 3, 2020
One credit course and specially timed courses:  
  100% Before the first day of class
  50% Before the second day of class
**All refunds will be reduced by a 5% administrative fee (not to exceed $100).

Courses in the Carroll Online Consortium (OCICU) have a separate refund schedule. To verify the refund date for a particular OCICU course you have registered for, check the section comments of that course for refund details. Each course will follow its own refund schedule.

Percentage Summer I, 2020 - Withdrawal on or before Summer II, 2020 - Withdrawal on or before Summer III, 2020 - Withdrawal on or before
100% Tuesday 5/5/2020 Tuesday 6/2/2020 Wednesday 7/15/2020
75% Thursday 5/7/2020 * Wednesday 6/10/2020 * Thursday 7/23/2020 *
25% Monday 5/11/2020 * Wednesday 6/17/2020 * Thursday 7/30/2020 *
  * by 4:30 p.m. * by 4:30 p.m. * by 4:30 p.m.

Summer 20 Specially Timed Courses -Refund schedule

100% Before the first day of class
75% During the first 25% of the class
25% Anytime after the first 25% of the class through 50% of the class

All scholarships, grants, and loans must be credited to a student account before a refund check will be issued.

No refund of tuition, fees, room or board will be made to students dismissed or suspended from the University for disciplinary or academic reasons. Refunds of study abroad program registration fees are subject to regulations available in the Office of International Education.

Refund policy for military reservists called to active duty: The University recognizes the sacrifices that those in the armed services make while serving our country. We are proud to have these individuals as a part of our campus community and therefore maintain the following policy:

  • The student must provide the Registrar’s Office copies of official military orders. The student will then be automatically withdrawn from all of his/her courses for the given semester. The academic record will reflect the non-punitive “W.”
  • The student will be eligible for a full refund for tuition and course fees for any courses that are not completed during that semester/session.
  • Any room and board charges will be prorated based on the date in the semester the student is required to leave and the remaining amount will be refunded.

Students adding or dropping a course may do so in writing through the Registrar’s Office. Refunds are based on the date of the postmark of withdrawals sent by mail or on date of delivery of those brought in personally to the Registrar’s office. If a student drops from a credit class to an audit, the refund will be based on the credit course fee according to the refund policy. If a class is cancelled due to lack of enrollment, students registered for that class will be given a full refund.