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As a Carroll employee, you are a partner in our commitment to our educational philosophy is sustained by the four pillars of integrated knowledge, gateway experiences, lifelong skills and enduring values. We encourage you to take that one step further: participate in Carroll University's tuition programs and invest in your own, your spouse's and your dependent's education.
 
The Tuition Scholarship Benefit offers you and your dependents the opportunity to take part in our greatest assets: our education, our resources, and our community. By becoming a Carroll University student, you'll join more than 3,400 undergraduate and graduate students from over 60 areas of disciplines while taking pride in attending Wisconsin's oldest four-year institution of higher education.

 

Carroll will grant undergraduate tuition scholarships to eligible employee's based on the following parameters: 
  • An eligible employee working 1733 annual hours and above are eligible for a maximum of eight (8) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses). 
     
  • An eligible employee working less than 1733 annual hours are eligible for a maximum of four (4) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses). 
 These courses may be in any undergraduate program or the graduate program in Education.
 
*Term is defined as fall semester, spring semester, or all summer sessions.
 
Employee who enroll in a day course may continue in such course work provided it does not interfere with his/her job responsibilities. Any employee wishing to take day course work must obtain the approval of their supervisor.
 
This policy applies to courses taken either for credit or on an audit basis. No reductions will be possible for any other kinds of courses.
 
A tuition waiver form must be completed to get this benefit. 
 
Carroll will grant undergraduate tuition scholarships to eligible employee's spouse or domestic partner (must have an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership on file) legal dependents to attend Carroll University. 
 
An eligible employee's spouse or domestic partner (must have an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership on file) of employees working 1733 annual hours and above are eligible for a maximum of eight (8) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses). 
 
An eligible employee's spouse or domestic partner (must have an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership on file) of employees working less than 1733 annual hours are eligible for a maximum of four (4) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses).
 
Credits can only be used in any undergraduate program.

Below will note the eligibility parameters of the dependent children:
  • The employee remains an employee while his/her child attends Carroll
  • The child meets the conditions of admission to attend at Carroll University
These courses may be in the undergraduate programs only.
 
*Term is defined as fall semester, spring semester, or all summer sessions.
 
A tuition waiver form must be completed to get this benefit.
Carroll will grant undergraduate tuition scholarships to legal dependent children of eligible employees to attend Carroll University. 
 
Eligible to dependent children of employees working 1733 annual hours and above are eligible for a maximum of eight (8) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses). 
 
Eligible to dependent children of employees working less than 1733 annual hours are eligible for a maximum of four (4) credits per term* (excluding independent study, OCICU and enrichment courses). 
 
Credits can only be used in any undergraduate program.

Below will note the eligibility parameters of the dependent children:
  • The employee remains an employee while his/her child attends Carroll
  • The child meets the conditions of admission to attend at Carroll University
  • The child is a legal dependent (as defined by the IRS Code) of the employee during the years the scholarship is granted
*Term is defined as fall semester, spring semester, or all summer sessions.
 
A tuition waiver form must be completed to get this benefit.

 

 
 
Carroll will grant undergraduate tuition scholarships to children of eligible employees to attend Carroll University provided:
  • The employee remains an employee while his/her child attends Carroll
  • The child meets the conditions of admission to attend at Carroll University
  • The child is a legal dependent (as defined by the IRS Code) of the employee during the years the scholarship is granted
The total amount of Carroll's tuition scholarships will be determined by application of the following guidelines:
  • All children applying for tuition scholarships must apply also for any state or federal grants for which they may be eligible
  • The tuition scholarships will not exceed the tuition charged and will be reduced by the amount of any awards received
  • The tuition scholarship amount is calculated by the employees annual hours
  • All other charges such as fees, room, board, etc., are the responsibility of the student
Tuition Waiver
 
Tuition Waiver (.pdf, 147K)


Part Time tuition waivers should be emailed to  Human Resources or can be dropped off in the Human Resources department, located next to the Public Safety Center on the corner of Charles St. and Wright St., at the beginning of the attending semester. Your form should not be completed and returned until the student is registered in the courses.
 
Note: Tuition is not waived for Independent Study, OCICU courses, or Winter Session classes. Since all three Summer Sessions count as one semester, a total of 8 credits can be waived during Summer Session.
 
 
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If your child chooses not to attend Carroll, there are other options. Carroll University participates in the following tuition exchange programs: The Tuition Exchange (TE), Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU). Dependent children of eligible full-time employees may participate in the program provided:
  • The employee remains an employee while their child attends the host school.
  • The child is a legal dependent (as defined by the IRS Code) of the employee during the years the benefit is granted.
  • The child meets the admissions requirements of the participating host college/university that he/she chooses to attend.

A student continuing in good academic standing is eligible for participation for the equivalent of eight (8) academic semesters. Please visit each exchange program for a listing of schools that participate:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Detailed information is available in the Human Resources department.
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