The Carroll OneCard is the official identification card for students at John Carroll University. It offers a convenient, easy, and safe way to utilize campus services and make purchases. You can use your Carroll OneCard to access meal plans and Dining Dollars/Bonus Bucks, athletic facilities and recreation equipment, campus events, and library services. You are asked to submit an electronic color image of yourself. The University will only accept an image that shows your face in front of a neutral background and facing forward. This image file must be a .bmp or .jpg file type. To upload your photo, click here. Please upload your photo by Friday, August 2, 2024. You will receive your John Carroll ID card upon moving into your residence hall room in the fall (for residential students) or checking in for Streak Week or at your convenience when school starts (for commuter students).
Move-in for first-year students will be on Wednesday, August 14, 2024. More information about move-in will be available soon, so be sure to check back for more information.
To complete your Student Health Record form, you will need to log in to the health portal and select Forms in the top menu. The forms listed under the Health Services Forms section MUST be completed. These forms are:
- Student Health History (if the student is under 18, please print out the Student Health Record and Health History form found in the Downloadable Forms section, complete it, have a parent sign it, and then upload it.)
- Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Questionnaire
- Proof of vaccination immunizations
- Meningococcal and Hepatitis B Vaccination Status Form
Please note proof of vaccination immunizations are mandatory. Certified documentation is required for the following: Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chickenpox), Hepatitis B, Meningococcal Conjugate (meningitis), and Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis (Tdap). For more detailed information (including exemption forms), please download and read the Mandatory Vaccination Requirements found under downloadable forms. If you answer Yes to any of the questions on the TB Screening Questionnaire, you MUST download, print, complete, and submit the High-Risk TB Assessment form found in the next section (Downloadable Forms).
More information about purchasing a parking pass will be available soon. Please check back for details.
All students enrolling at John Carroll must have a final high school transcript on file. This transcript must include complete senior year grades and must show the date of high school graduation.
Many high schools will automatically send your final high school transcript, but it is your ultimate responsibility as the student to ensure that it is sent and received. Failure to submit a final high school transcript could prevent you from registering for coursework at John Carroll.
While we prefer to receive this final transcript uploaded by school officials through the Common Application, we can also accept it in any of the following ways:
- Faxed by the school to 216.397.4981.
- Emailed as an attachment directly from the school (from a school-issued email address) to email@example.com.
- Mailed to: Office of Admission John Carroll University 1 John Carroll Blvd. University Heights, OH 44118
Final high school transcripts should be submitted to John Carroll by July 1, 2024.
Registration for New Student Orientation will open on March 1, 2024. At that time, you can log in to your myJCU Gateway portal to register for orientation. All students planning to attend JCU must attend an orientation session, and all sessions are two-day on-campus experiences.
Summer 2024 Orientation Session Dates:
- Session 1 – June 5-6
- Session 2 – June 10-11
- Session 3 – June 17-18
- Session 4 – June 20-21
- Session 5 – June 24-25
- Session 6 – June 27-28
- Session 7 – August 12-13
Visit the New Student Orientation website at jcu.edu/new-student-orientation for more information.
The housing application will open on March 1, 2024, and will be available in your myJCU Gateway Portal. Check back then for more information.
Your JCU email address is very important. All University updates and communication from this point forward regarding items such as financial aid, billing, course registration, and other updates will be sent to your JCU email account. Please allow 24-48 hours from the time of your enrollment deposit to have your JCU email address created.
You’ll find your initial login credentials to access your new JCU email account in your myJCU Gateway portal after March 1, 2024.
Be sure to check your email account regularly!
Log in to your myJCU Gateway portal after March 1, 2024, and click on the “Financial Aid” tab. You’ll find all of the information you need there. You will also have an opportunity to make an appointment to meet with a financial aid representative during your New Student Orientation Session to go over your next steps.