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Carroll By the Numbers

This infographic highlights many of the reasons why Carroll is the County’s #1 choice for residents to pursue their higher education, as well as listing credit/non-credit program information and the wide variety of other offerings available at the College.


Total credit and noncredit students served FY2023 9,391
Total full-time-equivalent (FTE) FY2023 2,249
Fall credit headcount Fall 2023 3,164
Under age 20 Fall 2023 1,875
Age 20–24 Fall 2023 709
Age 25–39 Fall 2023 429
Age 40 and above Fall 2023 150
Carroll County resident Fall 2023 90%
Other Maryland Fall 2023 8%
Out-of-state Fall 2023 2%
Average class size Fall 2022 16.5
Most popular majors Fall 2023 Arts and Sciences
Business Administration
Associate degrees awarded FY2023 471
Top transfer destinations FA19 FTFT Towson University
FA19 FTFT Stevenson University
FA19 FTFT University of Maryland –
College Park
FA19 FTFT University of Maryland
Global Campus
FA19 FTFT University of Maryland –
Baltimore County
Continuing Education noncredit students FY2023 5,676
Businesses provided customized training and services FY2023 46


Operating Budget FY2023 $36,743,866
Revenue sources:
— Student tuition/fees FY2023 28%
— County FY2023 37%
— State FY2023 34%
— Other FY2023 1%
Tuition per billable hour, Carroll County residents FY2024 $136
Cost of typical three-credit course with fees (in-county) FY2024 $516
Annual tuition and fees for full-time, in-county student (30 credits per year) FY2023 $5,160
Total financial aid awarded FY2022 $6,028,692


Total employees Fall 2023 570
Full-time Fall 2023 281
Part-time Fall 2023 289
Smart technology all classrooms
Wireless networking campus-wide
Size of Washington Road campus 80 acres


Books Physical & Digital/Electronic FY2022 258,083
Media Physical & Digital/Electronic FY2022 39,624
Serials Physical & Digital/Electronic FY2022 19,706
Databases FY2022 43