We invite you to discover just what it means to learn and grow in the heart of Montana. Located 4,000 feet high in Montana’s fresh mountain air, Carroll College prepares students for important careers and lives of meaning. We push students to heighten their expectations of themselves and their world.
Fall may be the best time to visit Carroll - the campus is absolutely beautiful with changing leaves, green grass, and cooler weather. There are several events and conferences taking place, and the campus is buzzing with students and faculty in and out of class.
On top of the outdoor activities which are are limitless: biking, hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, rock climbing, and more... downtown Helena is just minutes away. Concerts, theatre, the farmers' market, ballgames... there is plenty to do and see! See for yourself just what Carroll and Helena have to offer!
During the fall, we offer tours of campus Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Sally Beck, our Campus Visit Coordinator, is happy to help you arrange your visit to Carroll and Helena! Please let us know if you would like to join us for any of our visit days - Email Sally at email@example.com or schedule a visit online.
Applying to Carroll includes submitting an application, letter of recommendation, official high school transcript and either an ACT or SAT score. Get the details here.
Carroll College will accept self-reported ACT and/or SAT scores for admission consideration. When self-reporting test scores on your admission application please indicate your scores by test date. Please do not superscore. Students who enroll at Carroll College will be required to submit official score reports prior to registration.
We welcome your interest if you are currently attending, or have attended another institution. Please visit our transfer student page for more information.
For Fall 2017
Carroll College is #1 in the US News and World Report 2017 Regional Colleges West rankings, #2 Best Value College in the West, and #1 for Best College for Veterans in the West. See more.