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Newly registered Carroll students and their families are welcome to attend any of three Preview Day events scheduled for Saturday, July 11, Friday, July 17 or Saturday, July 25, 2015.  The Saturday programs are scheduled from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 pm and the Friday program is 12:30-4:30pm. Activities for the day will include:

  • Presentations on topics that will help prepare you for your First Year Experience at Carroll University
  • Make necessary changes to your fall semester schedule
  • Purchase books for the fall semester in Carroll's Bookstore
  • Take your foreign language exam, if necessary
  • Take a residence hall tour
  • Get your picture taken for your Carroll ID
  • Take care of any business in any of our open offices
  • Meet other new students
  • Meet some of Carroll University's Student Orientation Mentors
 
To register for Carroll 102: Preview Days, please click on this link:
     * Please note that students will need to be logged in to the Carroll portal in order to register.
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Preview Day Presentation
2014 Preview Day Presentation
Here is a link to the presentation given on Preview Days. It is filled with lots of helpful information about departments on campus in case you missed anything!

 

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Non-Traditional and Transfer Orientation Dates for 2015

The fall 2015 Non-traditional and Transfer Student Orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, September 1, 2015.
 
The spring 2016 Non-traditional and Transfer Student Orientation is scheduled for January 18, 2016. 
 
 
All sessions will take place in New Hall, Oak Room.  Please check back for a schedule of events.  Questions about the non-traditional, transfer and part-time orientation program should be directed to the Office of Student Affairs at 262.524.7100.
 
More information will be mailed to all transfer and non-traditional students during the summer.
 
 
 
For information on Carroll 102: Preview Days, Carroll 103: Orientation or the 6-Week Challenge, please contact:
 
Elizabeth Brzeski
Senior Director of Student Affairs
ebrzeski@carrollu.edu
262.524.7100
Orientation at Carroll University is an exciting experience. In just a short time, you’ll learn your way around campus, meet key people who will help make your Carroll experience a success and get to know other new students. Our goal is to help you make a successful transition from high school to college. You will be greeted by an enthusiastic, dedicated and professional group of Orientation Mentors - all of them Carroll students. They will answer your questions about academics, roommates, getting involved and life at Carroll. We want to make sure you feel great about your decision to join the Carroll community.
 
The first day of class for new students is Tuesday, September 1, 2015.
 
Orientation events and activities begin on Friday, August 28, 2015 and end on  Saturday, September 5, 2015.  Please check back soon for a full list of Orientation events and activities.  For your reference, a schedule from last year's Orientation week is posted below.
 
 


What is it?

The 6-Week Challenge is a program designed to encourage new Carroll Students to participate in campus activities during the first six weeks of the fall semester.

What if I am a commuter?

Commuters are strongly encouraged to engage in the Carroll community by attending campus events, especially the 6-Week Challenge activities.

Why is it important?                                 

It is important for students to participate on campus to establish independence, make new friends, and get to know Carroll and everything it has to offer.  Stay on campus and get involved. Often times, getting over homesickness is helped by getting involved on campus rather than going home.

How can I win prizes?

Prizes will be raffled every week of participation. If you attend enough of the weekend events, you will be eligible for one of three grand prizes.

 What are the events?
 

Please check back for the schedule of events for 2015.