Founded in 1909 in Helena, Montana, by the Catholic Diocese of Helena, Carroll offers an outstanding and affordable education that positions students aggressively for successful job placement and admission to graduate, law and medical schools.
At the laying of the cornerstone of what he then called "Capitol Hill College," Bishop John Carroll declared, "Knowledge and virtue are the armor with which Capitol Hill College shall strive to equip its students." With these words Bishop Carroll dedicated the site where St. Charles Hall would soon stand: the centerpiece of the college he visioned and built and that would one day bear his name.
The Center for Research Libraries makes available approximately five million publications, archives, and collections and one million digital resources to its member libraries to supplement their own humanities, science, and social science holdings. CRL materials can be obtained for extended loan periods and at no cost by users affiliated with member libraries.
Discover your strengths and asses your interest and values. There are many ways to assess your values and interests. Career Assessments can help you find the words to describe yourself more effectively.
The Mission of Student Life at Carroll College is to support and challenge students, within the context of living in community, to experience intentional student learning outside of the classroom that inspires the development of leadership and service to others.
Below are a list of resources Carroll College offers to students:
There are more advantages to living on campus at Carroll than not having to shovel or deal with a morning commute. Life in any of our residence halls is where you’ll experience the kind of moments that shape who you become, foster lifelong friendships, and broaden your perspective on the world.
The Corette Library is the sole library on the Carroll College campus. The current building was completed in 1979, and is named after long-time supporters Jack and Sallie Corette.
The Library provides access to electronic databases, thousands of electronic periodicals and print periodicals, and almost 300,000 monographs.
Campus Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) provides technology services and support for students, faculty, and staff through the Technology Support Center, located in the St Charles Lobby area. Services include assistance with connections to the campus network, and general computer system troubleshooting.
The camp Health Care Provider is a licensed physician, registered nurse, emergency medical technician, or paramedic who is responsible to supervise health care when camp is in session, and who creates and updates a written health care plan for use at camp.
At Carroll, it’s about the moments we share. Because more than any knowledge gained, it’s the moments here that make us who we are in life—now and into the future.
The Carroll Fighting Saints are among the most successful athletic programs in the NAIA. We’ve won six national football championships in the last 13 years, and we regularly win the George Bandy Award for the top athletic program in the Frontier Conference.
Each year there are nearly 350 campus events hosted by students, and we offer more than three dozen student groups covering interests that range from academics, to music, to faith, to service, to health, to athletics, to the environment, and everything in between.
Carroll College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality evaluated through a peer review process. An accredited college or university is one which has available the necessary resources to achieve its stated purposes through appropriate educational programs, is substantially doing so, and gives reasonable evidence that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Institutional integrity is also addressed through accreditation.
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