The Office of Admission at Carroll College would like to meet with you when you come to visit! We look forward to working with you and appreciate the opportunity to help you as you journey through your college search.
Take a moment to meet your Admission Counselor below!
Senior Associate Director of Admission
Territory: Oregon, Western Washington
Phone: 503 281 3079
Location: Portland, OR
Being a small, private liberal arts college doesn’t make Carroll unique but we are distinguished in many ways. Carroll has been competitive nationally in a number of our academic majors most notably in biology where Carroll has ranked in the 95 percentile for the past nine years on the Educational Testing Service’s major field test in biology, a ranking that places our biology students in the top tier of over 13,000 college and university students nationwide. And Carroll’s overall pass rate on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam is 90%, compared to a national pass rate of about 75%.
I experienced this first hand as a student and continue to hear this amongst our students today. Helena, Montana also provides a beautiful backdrop in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, a capitol city with many cultural events, live music and outdoor activities to take part in which only adds to the Carroll experience.
Territory: TBD/Information coming soon!
Phone: 406 447 5575
Carroll College is incredibly unique not only because of the size or Catholic identity, but because of the people here. The Carroll family welcomes everyone with many different interests and beliefs. The students and faculty help each other out and are exceptionally friendly. With the combination of the community and the small size, you are not just a number here getting lost in a crowd of people. You are part of the Carroll family.
Throughout my four years as a student at Carroll, every professor I had knew me by name. My first eye-opening experience of this was just after a couple weeks into the semester, I ran into my chemistry professor while I was skiing, and he greeted me by name. I had similar experiences throughout my journey at Carroll.
The community of staff and students here create an atmosphere at Carroll which not only challenges but supports you during your time as a student. It soon becomes your home for learning and making special memories. I hope to see you on campus soon! You will see for yourself, how authentic the Carroll experience is and how it can enhance your college experience.
Territory: Eastern Montana, Helena, Nevada, Transfer/Re-admit/Post-bac students and New students starting in the spring, and Transfer Nursing
Phone: 406 447 4386
I think there are many reasons you will love Carroll, mostly because it has something to offer everyone. We have amazing science programs, fantastic art opportunities, and enlightening lectures. You can learn how to play quidditch, or cheer on a nationally ranked football team. You can go hiking and mountain biking, or learn how to crotchet. Take in a movie or stroll the boutiques. The possibilities are endless! Chances are that you will meet several other students and maybe a professor who will want to tag along. Carroll’s small campus provides an amazing family environment perfect for nurturing your mental, physical, and spiritual growth. Here at Carroll you will build relationships that will last a lifetime, leave with phenomenal memories, and gain an education that will lead you to endless opportunities.
Come for a visit and you’ll never want to leave, I know I haven’t.
Associate Director of Admission
Territory: Central and Western Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Eastern Seaboard, California, Alaska, Southwest and Central U.S.
Phone: 406 447 5483
Quite simply, the people. If you’re looking for a caring, community environment, with collaborative learning opportunities – Carroll is the place. Smaller class size doesn’t mean "limited." It means supportive and encouraging. It demonstrates flexibility and creates an opportunity to discover and explore various educational and extracurricular endeavors.
Carroll College is a community of talented and caring people genuinely dedicated to the success of students by challenging their intellect; supporting their achievements and helping them realize their dreams.
Carroll College has, and always will hold a special place in my heart. As a student and a staff member, Carroll has provided me endless opportunities for self-discovery, personal growth, life-long learning, lasting friendships, professional experience, exploration of faith, strength of character and achievement of dreams.
I invite you to visit campus - experience Carroll College for yourself, to see exactly why you’ll love it here too!
Director of Admission and Enrollment
Territory: Southwest Montana, Southern Idaho, Midwest and Southern U.S.
Phone: 406 447 4389
You will love Carroll College because we have the most compassionate and energetic students. I have become friends with so many of the terrific students who were here, studied hard, accomplished amazing things both on and off campus, and have gone on to do the same compassionate things in their communities and in the world. Carroll's students make this place the special place that it is. I say without any reservation that you will make friends for life at Carroll... and that's why you'll LOVE Carroll College!
Director, International Admission and Student Services
Territory: Colorado, International Students & US citizens living abroad
Phone: 406 447 5406
The campus and the Helena community are beautiful and very safe; our fantastic location in the Rocky Mountains means fresh air, blue skies and lots of opportunities to hike, fish, ski and snowboard. The people are very welcoming and friendly; many students are engaged in incredible volunteer and social justice projects and the faculty go out of their way to help students. As you compare colleges and universities, keep in mind Carroll’s small classes and friendly atmosphere. The value and the quality of education that you receive is recognized in our rankings. You will actually get to know your professors, which is so important for going on to graduate or professional study since recommendations are a large part of the graduate and professional school admissions process.