The Carlson School Undergraduate Program views parents and guardians as vital partners in establishing and maintaining a successful collegiate experience. We offer an array of resources and opportunities for your students. We want to work together with you to help our students take advantage of these opportunities, but also assist them through their challenges and obstacles.
We want to keep you connected to all the exciting opportunities the Carlson School has to offer for you and your student. A periodic parent newsletter will be starting in early 2014. If you would like to be on the mailing list, please send your email address to email@example.com.
One Stop Student Services provides a comprehensive calendar of academic dates and deadlines. Some important dates for 2014 are:
Tuition and fees vary based on individual factors, such as student status, residency, and college of enrollment. For information about the costs for a Carlson School student, including the tuition surcharge and collegiate fees, visit our Tuition and Financial Aid page.
One Stop Student Services also provides expert advice whenever you have a question or concern about your student's registration, transcripts, financial aid, student accounts, billing, payments and veterans benefits.
The Undergraduate Business Career Center (UBCC) is dedicated to helping students find the perfect career. Parents can be supportive to their students career exploration process by encouraging him/her to explore new interests and to use the services available in the UBCC, such as meeting with a career coach, creating a resume or preparing for a job interview.
Each year the UBCC publishes an Employment Report with placement and salary statistics for the most recent graduating class.
We understand that each student faces unique challenges. If you have a question or concern, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The average ACT score for an admitted student is 29.1.
Over 7,000 applications were submitted for 500 spots in the Class of 2017.
The average starting salary for the Class of 2013 was $52,818.
88% of the Class of 2013 reported receiving a job offer, started their own business, or were accepted into graduate school within 90 days of graduation.