100% of students
Carroll University has excellent academics and a lot of resources. Many options for writing assistance, and the multiple tutoring resources made available to students, someone struggling should have no problem finding the help they need. As for social life, Carroll is not a party school, but that is what makes it perfect for people who are still social but don't party a lot. People who do like to party will be satisfied, but people who don't will be just as satisfied.
The one thing to keep in mind is that Carroll has a small campus compared to some universities, which means they don't have a huge range of living options. However, Carroll does have a seniority requirement, as in you have to have senior standing in order to live off-campus. For me, this isn't a problem, but I know a lot of people who had difficulty with this policy, so it's definitely something to think about when considering Carroll.
I like the small class sizes, it makes getting extra time with the professors easier. There are lots of great programs, both social and academic.
Social life/nightlife outside of campus is limited, but it's close enough to Milwaukee to make the trip and have some fun on weekends and nights off.
It's a small place.
It's not varied in choices.
The programs are direct entry which saves students time and money when they decide on their major. The professors are also very passionate about their jobs.
The required classes for majors.
I liked small class sizes-which holds you accountable for your learning. I loved building relationships with my professors.
Having to go to convocation.
I really enjoy the support given by the professors at this school. Although I am still at the beginning of my Nursing education, I believe the faculty is very supportive and teaches students well.
There are some professors that I personally have not enjoyed as much as others. While it is obvious they know what they are teaching, some do not know how to teach the students.