Not only do we guide you on your personalized academic path every step of the way, tuition at Carroll is a fraction of the cost of most four-year schools in Maryland. And transferring to a four-year school is easier with your associates degree from Carroll.
To enroll, follow the 7 steps to becoming a Carroll student.
If you are a current high school student wanting to get a head-start on college by attending Carroll before you graduate, consider one of following:
Spend half the day in high school and the other half taking college classes. It's a great way to get a jump on college and prepare for your first college year.
Steps to apply for dual enrollment (Carroll County Public School Students):
Dually enrolled students are not eligible for financial aid, but are eligible to utilize the FACTS tuition payment plan, which allows payments to be made in monthly installments.
Carroll County Public Schools approved students are eligible for discounted tuition up to four classes while in high school.
We highly recommend preparing for the placement tests. At the time of testing, you need to provide a completed enrollment application signed by your parent/guardian.
If you have taken the SATs or ACTs, a 530+ SAT math or 570+ Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score or a 21+ ACT math or verbal score can exempt you for the reading and math placement tests. A math SAT score of 570+ or ACT 24+ will provide placement into pre-calculus. Although, those higher level math courses may still require math placement testing regardless of SAT or ACT scores. You will need to provide documentation of your scores.
Walk-in placement testing is available daily. Exceptions exist for holidays and final exams. View our Testing Center's hours.
Check-in for placement testing at the Admissions
office (A101) or by calling 410-386-8430. There is no fee for your initial placement test. Photo ID is required at the time of testing.
Gifted and talented admission is selective. To be considered, you must be 16 years or younger, have a record of academic success and demonstrate your ability to handle college level coursework.
Prior to turning 16, you must place into college level coursework to be approved for enrollment. Most students take the college placement tests to qualify.
All required documents must be submitted and evaluations must be completed at least two weeks before starting the semester.
* College placement test scores can be used to determine admission eligibility if 96th percentile evidence cannot be provided.
If you qualify, you can bypass your senior year of high school and start college sooner. To qualify, you need to be able to show a record of above average high school academic achievement record, typically defined as a "B" grade point average or better.
Here are the steps to gain early admission to Carroll.
Once you have been approved for early admission you need to:
Get a jump on your college education at Carroll. You may attend and earn college credits toward a degree if you are at least 16 years old, meet the college's admissions criteria and complete the following steps.
If you have completed any of the follow Career Connections programs, Carroll County Public Schools (CCPS) vocational programs, you may receive credit at Carroll.
Speak with the guidance counselors at your high school or Career and Tech Center to obtain proof of completion and an articulation form. High school grade and attendance restrictions apply. To take advantage of this opportunity, you must have completed your CCPS program within the last two years.
View the college catalog for specific course information.
Call the Admissions Office at 410-386-8430 or email email@example.com.
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.