Carroll by the Numbers
Why has Carroll Community College been ranked the #1 community college in Maryland again and again? Take a look at the Carroll facts and stats below to learn what makes us the “jewel of Carroll County.”
Carroll boasts an impressive record for successfully preparing students to transfer to the 4-year college or university of their choice. Our Associate degrees are fully transferrable with a host of partner schools, many of whom offer special scholarships to transfer students.
Carroll provides an exceptional education at an extraordinary value. The money you save from attending Carroll for two years could cover the tuition for your junior year at your transfer university!
$3 million worth of scholarships and grants awarded to Carroll students each year.
Tuition discount given to dually enrolled students
Tuition for 1 year at Carroll is about half the cost of the first year at a typical 4-year school.
Carroll Beyond the Classroom
Carroll offers a wide variety of entertaining, engaging and exciting events and experiences year-round that can be enjoyed by Carroll students, employees, alumni and the greater community.
Lynx Athletics include cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer and track & field.
Cultural offerings include plays, music concerts and art exhibits.
Travel study programs to countries like Ireland, Germany, Italy and Greece.
Whatever your goals or aspirations, Carroll has something that will help you unlock your potential, expand your horizons and fulfill your future.
Online, on-campus, evening and day classes available
More than 200 Personal Enrichment courses
38 Workforce Training Certificate programs.
70+ Associate degree and credit certificate programs
Free GED® and ESOL classes
Our Community’s First Choice For Learning
These are just a few of the reasons why Carroll is the first choice for County residents to start their Bachelor’s degree, certify a skill or earn a credential to advance their career.
46% of all college-bound high school graduates in the county attend Carroll full-time.
69% of all Carroll County residents enrolled at college part-time attend Carroll.
38% of Carroll credit students are the first in their family to attend college.
86% of Carroll career program graduates now work in jobs related to their program of study.