Carroll U is a private, Christian graduate school in Waukesha, Wisconsin in the Milwaukee Area. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 470 graduate students. The 9 graduate programs at Carroll University are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at Carroll University are Physical Therapy, Specialized Teaching and Education, and Physician Assistant. 38% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
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Carroll University Graduate Reviews
It is a very small college which I like because that was how my high school was. We learn about diversity in our studies, but the majority of the students who go there are not diverse ethnically. Carroll offers cultural courses and a Cross-Cultural Experience trip that all students must go on. You can travel all over the globe. Carroll has a lot of adjunct professors, some who were very great and some who were terrible. The professors who have been there the longest know how to teach and are very smart. I graduated early due to credits and so far it has been hard to find a job. It has been a month and I applied to 40 jobs. So the "return on investment" is lacking right now. I'm going to graduate school for OT. So, later my return will be much greater. Making friends and having consistent friends is easier when living on campus. I lived on campus for one year and commuted the rest. Thus, I have many acquaintances.
I really enjoy that Carroll University is a smaller college and allows for one-on-one student and professor interaction. I believe I have greatly benefited from this opportunity to get to know my professors on a personal level. Each of my professors has always encouraged and pushed me to achieve greatness. I would not be where I am today without the help and knowledge of the faculty at Carroll University.
Carroll University has been an extremely welcoming, resourceful and professional school throughout my attendance. The faculty are extremely passionate about their respective subjects and want to see their students succeed; however, they're not afraid to push students to their full potential.