Construction Projects

First. Foremost. And always moving forward. At Carroll, our eyes are always on the horizon. Throughout our campus—and even further afield—construction projects and renovation efforts are transforming the Pioneer experience.

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Completed Projects

Carroll University is growing to meet the needs of today’s students and the greater Waukesha community. From new academic buildings to environmental education and athletics facilities, our Pioneering spirit moves us forward.
 

Preserving Our History

Rankin Hall

Originally constructed in 1906, Rankin Hall underwent major renovations in 2018 to reconfigure the historic structure into a modern classroom facility, ready to meet the needs of Carroll's newest generation of students. 

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Hastad Hall exterior

Doug and Nancy Hastad Hall

Opened in January 2018, Doug and Nancy Hastad Hall provides academic spaces for programs including nursing, physics/engineering and exercise science. The building is LEED certified, a first for the Carroll campus.

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Van Male Field House

Van Male Field House, built in 1965, features an extensive, multi-million dollar renovation, completed in summer 2015.

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Haertel Field

Haertel Field is used by Carroll University's student athletes and the community.

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Crofts Morava Pavilion

The Crofts Morava Pavilion is used as an outdoor classroom, meeting/event space and a new location to watch Carroll football games, track meets, soccer matches and other athletic events.

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