Our goal is to balance the on-campus living experience with the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. To do so, there will be significant changes to housing this year, informed by American College Health Association (ACHA) guidelines and CDC guidelines.
Carroll will reduce density in its traditional residence halls by offering single occupancy only, housing one student per bedroom, based on the number of students sharing restroom facilities and common spaces. Students in traditional halls will be assigned a single room, however, will be charged the double room rate that would be typical of those accommodations.
We will permit standard occupancy, allowing for roommates, in suites and apartments as well as the Baymont Inn & Suites. Students in suites, apartments and Baymont Inn will pay the standard room rates as advertised for their room type.
To allow for the reduction in the number of spaces available for on-campus living, we will waive the 3-year residency requirement for the 2020-21 school year (only this year) for juniors and sophomores with 60 or more credits and an approved off-campus application. Seniors will be exempt from the 3-year residency rule per usual.
For housing-related questions, please email the Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.