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Our office in Kilgour Hall is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm to answer students questions.  We suggest contacting us by email or phone first to make sure we are available to speak with you.

General questions or concerns please email
Study Abroad or International Carroll Course CCEs Contact Megan Baker  262-524-7657
Domestic Carroll Course Contact Cyd Fode 262-524-7663

Kilgour Hall, 1st Floor to the Right
(Formerly SIC)
College Ave, across the MDR

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COVID-19 CCE Updates
Updated Wednesday, September 2nd


All CCE decisions were made with the idea in mind that while most of our student population are not among those most susceptible to the effects of the virus, we feel it is important to be mindful of the role we play in the broader global community as potential carriers who could be spreading the virus to the communities we were slated to visit or transmitting it back to our home communities. 
For more Carroll University COVID-19 updates, please click here.

At this time, EVERYONE is still required to take CCS400, so please plan on signing up for the course.  We understand that CCS400 will need to be different for certain groups of students to accommodate the changes, and the university is actively working on this.   

Spring 2021 CCEs - Carroll Courses and Study Abroad
We are beginning to plan as though we will travel, however, the university will continue to monitor the situation before making a final decision. The decision to travel would be based on the university’s confidence we can keep our students safe and healthy, guidance from travel advisories and restrictions from both the U.S. government and the governments of the countries we would be visiting, and the university’s confidence that those advisories would not changes suddenly. If we are unable to travel, classes will still run in with amended on campus activities just as they are this fall.  If virtual study abroad becomes a possibility again through the program provider, students may also have that option, pending approval.
Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 Carroll Course CCEs
Fall 2020 Carroll course CCE TRAVEL/VOLUNTEERING is cancelled.  You will still attend the on-campus portion of the course.  If you successfully complete the on-campus portion, your CCE requirement will be complete.  The decision was made to keep the $100 deposit you made toward the course in order to bring experiences to the classroom, because you will not be going out to your designated location.  Any additional money paid will be refunded to you.  See the frequently asked questions above for more detail.

Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 Study Abroad CCEs 
We recognize that this impacts not only your CCE credit, but other attempted coursework which may determine your graduation trajectory or entry into graduate school. We will help you work with faculty advisors to determine an alternative session to study abroad or a path on campus to fulfill your CCE requirement. We understand that the travel portion of a CCE course is so valuable to your experience at Carroll. If you wish to defer to a future term, please work with your faculty advisor and the International CCE Advisor to make those adjustments. Remember that all students must take the 2-credit CCS400: the Global Prospective Colloquium before graduating, so students must factor that in accordingly. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions

Carroll Course CCEs with Cancelled Travel -  Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will I receive CCE credit?
    • Yes, if you successfully complete your on-campus CCE course work for the fall 2020 semester, then your CCE requirement is complete, no need for future travel.
    • Please note that the travel portion is not an additional requirement, this semester’s CCE courses simply do not include travel.
  • What if I want to take the same CCE course again in the future, so that I can travel?
    • Not all of the CCE courses offered this year will be offered again next year, so for some classes taking the same course may not be possible.
  • Will I receive priority to take the course and travel when travel is possible?
    • Due to the uncertainty of travel, number of students who need to complete the CCE requirement, and the number of courses that we are anticipating will run, we cannot give you priority at this time.
  • Can I travel on the same CCE course next year without completing the course beforehand?
    • No, you must take the course before travel in a future semester.
  • Can I audit the course?
    • This will be determined on a case by case basis at the time of the course.
  • Do I need to take CCS 400?
    • Yes, you still need to complete CCS400 to graduate.  We understand that this course will have to look different in order to accommodate the changes from this semester.
  • What happens with the CCE award?
    • The CCE award is based off the cost of travel and your Estimated Family Contribution calculated by FAFSA.  The CCE award will be taken off your account, due to travel charges being refunded.  If, you decide to take a second CCE in the future, your CCE award may be different from what it was.  This is because it is based on the Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) calculated by FAFSA for the year that coincides with your CCE.  The amount may also be based on demand for financial assistance in each academic year.
  • Will I receive my money back?
    • You will not be refunded your $100 deposit.  This money will be used to bring additional experiences to the classroom now that travel has been cancelled, 
      similar to how an art or lab course would have a charge for additional supplies and experiences. Any amount you paid beyond $100 will be refunded to you.  You can expect this refund in the form of a check. The check will be mailed to your permanent address on file with the University. 
  • Can I drop the course and take a Carroll course CCE in a different semester because I want to travel?
    • While we are trying to offer additional classes and seating in spring 2021, we do not recommend dropping your fall 2020 course to take a future course. Because the COVID-19 situation is constantly changing, we cannot guarantee what travel will look like in the future, and the number of seats we will be albe to offer if we can travel.  We want to ensure you get CCE credit

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