All new students are expected to attend New Student Orientation to learn more about the college, your class(es), and course expectations. Check your Carroll email for New Student Orientation dates and reminders or check www.carrollcc.edu/orientation for the dates and times.
You can view your class schedule in the Lynx Student Portal. Check your course meeting times prior to the start of the term for changes.
The college course will follow the high school schedule but utilize college technology such as Canvas. Check out the Dual @ CCPS New Student Information Sheet for more specific information regarding your class.
You can access your course(s) one week prior to the start of the term in Canvas. Check out your syllabus to make sure the class is what you thought it would be before it begins. If not, you can always change before classes start.
Bring your class schedule with you and shop at the Carroll Bookstore! Please check campus bookstore hours prior to arriving. Textbooks can also be purchased online shipped to your house. Textbooks are available on campus two weeks prior to the start of the term. You can view hours and search, purchase, or rent your textbooks online at www.carrollcc.edu/bookstore. *For price matching and refund information, visit www.carrollcc.edu/bookstore or contact the Bookstore at email@example.com or 410-386-8447. For Bookstore vouchers information, please contact Financial Aid at 410-386-8437.
If you are on a waitlist, you will receive notification to your Carroll email account if a space opens. You will have 24 hours to register for the course after you receive the email; if you don’t accept, it goes to the next person and you lose your spot. Check your position by contacting the Records Office at 410-386-8440 / firstname.lastname@example.org or the Lynx Student Portal
Your student number is emailed to you the day after you apply. You will use this to activate your account. It can also be found in your Lynx Student Portal account and your ID card after classes begin.
Student Photo ID cards are available once the semester begins in the Library. Be sure to bring your driver’s license or another form of photo ID (ie. High School ID, passport, etc.). For more information, visit: https://library.carrollcc.edu/home
At Carroll, we are committed to making academic learning and personal growth as accessible as possible for every student. Follow the instructions on the Disability Support Services page for current students to make an accommodations/services request of the Disability Support Services office. You can also email email@example.com.
Check your Carroll email daily for important updates via email and check www.carrollcc.edu/covid19.
If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask on campus. If you are not vaccinated, you need to wear a mask on campus for your personal safety.
There will be staff available the first few days of the semester to help you find your way around. We do have campus map information online: https://www.carrollcc.edu/About/Maps-and-Directions/
For more information, please visit: www.carrollcc.edu/calendar
Go to My Carroll on the Carroll Community College Web page. Make sure you’ve set-up your Carroll Community College Account. You can find the link in the personal email you used when you applied. Set-up the account and it will give you access to:
For more information, please visit: www.carrollcc.edu/mycarroll or contact the Admissions Office at 410-386-8430.
You can unlock your account or reset your password online at www.carrollcc.edu/password. If you need further assistance, please contact the IT Help Desk at 410-386-8060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canvas is a Learning Management System. Canvas will serve as our online system to engage students in their each of their courses, as well as campus clubs and organizations. You can find canvas tutorials here: https://carrollcc.instructure.com/courses/133/
Microsoft Teams is the platform used for the remote synchronous (RSYNC) classes. All students are automatically enrolled in our Teams software. To access Teams, please go to www.carrollcc.edu/mycarroll/, click the Office 365, and log in. Teams will be an option. For help, visit: https://www.carrollcc.edu/Canvas/Students/Microsoft-Teams-For-Students/
Note: If registering after the dates above, payment is due at the time of registration.
Financial Aid must be completed every year you enroll as a student. You can apply beginning October 1 for the following fall term. We recommend you apply for aid prior to April 1 and the state priority deadline is March 1. However, you can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) any time prior to the start of the term at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Earlier is better to apply.
Check online through the Lynx Student Portal. Contact the Financial Aid Office with any questions email@example.com / 410-386-8437.
The Tuition Payment Plan offers automatic monthly payment as an alternative to a direct payment by a checking, savings or credit card account.
Steps to Enroll:
Each week, students receive an email called The Carroll Claw. This summarizes important approaching events for students to stay on track as well as lists fun opportunities to get involved. Students can also learn by following the Instagram and Facebook pages @CarrollCCStudentLife or signing up for text alerts. You can text @LYNXCC to 81010 for campus events or @INFOCCC to 81010 for important announcements. The Canvas learning management system also houses clubs, activities, and service opportunities for students. You can get involved and learn more by taking part in any of these systems. Visit the Student Life Canvas site for event calendar and links.
There are many ways that students can get involved! Students can join clubs by enrolling themselves in specific club Canvas pages or filling out an interest form with our office. Find directions and information on the Student Life Canvas site. Involvement can take many forms, such as leadership on the Student Government Organization, casual attendance at fun events, or dedicated membership in a club or organization. We have various options to choose from to make your journey at Carroll Community College more meaningful.
We are here to support Carroll students through these challenging times. We are offering a combination of on campus tutoring in the Academic Center (L288) and online tutoring through Microsoft Teams. Choose which option works best for you. In order to take advantage of this free support, please join our Academic Services Canvas Course site. Please contact Marsha Nusbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about tutoring.
Call 410-386-8430 or email email@example.com with questions or to schedule an appointment with a counselor.
We will monitor phones, voice messages and email messages and reply promptly to all.
Career and Transfer Servicesdvise@carrollcc.edu410-386-8435
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