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Hometown: Spokane Valley, WA
My favorite thing about Carroll is the class size and the personal connection that you gain with other students and your professors. I still keep in touch with my history professor from freshman year. We found common ground in our love for travel and are good friends now.
Hometown: Helena, MT
Major: Health Sciences
I truly appreciate the helpful people who make my life easier when I need help or am stressed out about classes or financial aid. For example, my freshman year I was in my chemistry teacher’s office almost every office hour he offered. He truly took the time to help me achieve the grade that I wanted.
Hometown: Salem, OR
Major: International Relations & French
The second that you step on campus, you are already a part of this big family. I have never encountered such a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and that has been such a source of comfort during my first year away from home. I explicitly remember my first day of school here at Carroll. While walking to my classes that day, at least 10 different professors smiled and greeted me.
Hometown: Wasilla, AK
I love how Helena has a small town atmosphere but still provides BIG opportunities. There are lots of places to do internships and get advice from professionals. Being at Carroll in Helena has made me very optimistic about my future. As a nursing major I am looking forward to having my clinical experiences at both St. Peter’s Hospital and Shodair Childrens Hospital located here in Helena. My favorite things to do in Helena also include going to the Big Dipper for ice cream, sledding down Guad Hill, watching movies in Simperman Auditorium, and having dinner at Taco Del Sol.
Hometown: Richland, WA
Major: Molecular Biology
My favorite thing about Helena is its central location in Montana. We have beautiful mountains to our West and rolling badlands, reminiscent of cowboys and ghost towns to our East. Some of the best fishing and hunting in the country is only half an hour away from our city limits, while Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks are only four hours away. Nature is at our back door!
Hometown: Helena, MT
Major: Biology & Anthrozoology
I will miss the beauty and accessibility of being so close to the outdoors while continuing my education. It’s awesome to be in class in the morning and be skiing by lunch! Great Divide offers great slopes and affordability for all your de-stressing needs.
Hometown: Portland, OR
Major: Biology (Pre-med)
The best thing about Carroll is the professors. Not only are they helpful and knowledgeable, but they are also great people. From helping you write a Journey parody song to discussing Breaking Bad in your Chemistry lab, the professors are here to make your time at Carroll great.
Hometown: Otis Orchards, WA
Major: Biology, Music Minor
One of my favorite things about Carroll is how close it is to downtown Helena. Carrolll's campus is within walking distance of all the great attractions downtown Helena has to offer. There's the movie theater, coffee shops, and great restaurants. When the weather is nice, I like to walk to the stores that I haven't been in before or alternate between different coffee shops. There's also the library which is a great place to study off campus if you can't seem to find that perfect study sport here on campus!
Hometown: Seattle, WA
My favorite things about Helena are these things they call mountains. Not only do they provide an excellent backdrop for learning, but also they offer a multitude of outdoor opportunities which Carroll students love to take advantage of. The Valley provides a panoramic view from any part of the college. Looking out of my window, I can dream of going skiing, and I can make that a reality in a ½ hour drive.
Hometown: Lewiston, ID
Major: Health Science Pre-PT
My favorite thing about Carroll is its location. It is centered on top of a hill so the views are amazing. From the overshadowing Mt. Helena to the Sleeping Giant and surrounding valley, there couldn't be a more beautiful college setting. Fun coffee houses, restaurants, and local shops are just a few minutes walk away, and I always enjoy walking to the movie theater for some Friday night fun, or to the Carousel for some ice cream! I couldn't have asked for a more perfect location for my beloved second home!
Hometown: West Linn, Oregon
My favorite thing about Carroll was living in Guadalupe Hall my freshman year. Almost every night my friends and I would sit in the hallway on my floor for group homework sessions, which were always followed with food and card games. Living in Guadalupe Hall introduced me to some of the best friends, opportunities, and experiences that I will never forget.
Hometown: Rathdrum, ID
Major: Health Science
I will miss the feel of the Carroll family. The students, faculty, and staff are all very friendly and are there for one another. I love how people say hello while walking around campus. I will also miss swing dancing. Doing tricks and jumps is da bomb!
Hometown: Post Falls, ID
My favorite aspect of Carroll is the Campus Ministry. I grew up in a Catholic home, and attending a faith-based school was highly important for me. Carroll not only supports me in my walk of faith, it also provides numerous opportunities for growth in my Catholic faith. I enjoy attending Sunday night mass with a few hundred students and community members. Outside of Sunday night mass Carroll’s campus ministry provides fun, spiritual, and enriching retreats for Carroll students, which is my favorite part of campus ministry.
Hometown: Bowman, ND
My favorite aspect of Carroll is the people. I love the community that Carroll College creates. The staff and fellow students are always available and supportive. Carroll has an inviting atmosphere that helps everyone feel welcome. I can always find someone who is up for an adventure, such as hiking Mt. Helena, visiting the nearby lakes, or going to a movie on a Friday night.
Living in Helena has been a fantastic part of my Carroll experience. The city is situated so that you can participate in a wide variety of outdoor activities from skiing to ice fishing. However, not only are there many outdoor activities, but art events are present as well. My first week here at Carroll I attended the symphony with a world-renowned pianist, and, the following week, I was able to attend a play at the local arts center, the Myrna Loy.
Hometown: Gresham, OR
Major: Communications and Public Relations
My favorite thing about Carroll is the incredibly close relationships that form between students and professors. I have been able to develop close relationships and friendships with faculty throughout Carroll. The small class sizes allow for a lot of one on one interaction which leads to strong relationships. One of the most telling interactions I ever had was a professor texting me asking why I wasn't at class on a particular morning. Although I had a doctor's appointment, the ability for my professor to feel comfortable and obligated to contact me meant a lot. You know you're close with professors and the Carroll community when they are individually concerned about your well-being.
Hometown: Weiser, Idaho
Major: English Writing
Everyone here, whether a professor, a student, or a custodian, is part of the Carroll family. Carroll is definitely my home away from home. When I was moving back into the residence halls after a break, one of the custodians helped me lug my bags up to the second floor of Guadalupe. There is something truly special about Carroll that can only be experienced in person.
Hometown: Billings, MT
What I will miss most when I graduate are the people at Carroll. The relationships that I have formed with my friends and some of Carroll’s faculty will last way beyond graduation. Carroll is a great community that has acted as my second family.
Hometown: Missoula, MT
The combination of a liberal arts curriculum and a Catholic community gives students a sense of family here at Carroll. All of the students and faculty are friendly and help each other out. I even ran into my chemistry professor skiing my freshman year only a few weeks after school started and he knew me by name.
Hometown: Bellevue, WA
Major: Chemistry and Math
My favorite thing about Carroll is how creative the students are here. One December Friday afternoon I was sitting in my room when a friend from down the hall asked me if I want to go back-country sledding. For the heck of it I said yes and next thing you know, I’m sledding down a creek bed on a Captain America saucer in the middle of the Helena National Forest. My only thought was, “Where else in the country would I get to do this?”