There are several upcoming opporunities to learn more about Carroll College and all we have to offer you.
Did you know that Carroll offers more than $22 million in scholarships and grants? Or that our average financial aid package is $24,500? Here's how you can learn more:
Register now for our "Scholarship Search Tips" forum on December 7! From 6:30 – 8:15 pm, you'll learn how to write competitive essays and learn the best places to search for college scholarships. All Helena area students (Helena, Townsend, Boulder, Lincoln, etc.) are invited to attend. Email Kaelynn Olsen at email@example.com for any questions. Register online!
Carroll College is coming to you! We'll be holding several information receptions throughout the northwest, so check back for additional times and locations. Our programs include a visit with our academic vice president, scholarship information, faith in action, and learning about campus visit opportunities.
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Fall is a great time to visit Carroll - the campus is absolutely beautiful as the leaves are changing and the weather has turned cool and crisp. The campus is buzzing with new and returning students engaged in a myriad of academic and extracurricular activities!
On top of the outdoor activities which are are limitless... camping, fishing, hiking, and more! Downtown Helena is just minutes away. See for yourself just what Carroll has to offer!
During the fall, we offer tours of campus Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and meetings with an admission counselor.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a visit online.
Scholarship Recognition Day: Friday, February 19
This invitation-only event is meant to recognize students awarded a Bishop Carroll, Presidential or Trustee scholarship. The day will incorporate interest sessions showcasing opportunities that many of our current students have pursued, including research, internships, outreach, and education abroad. Students will have the chance to submit an essay to our essay scholarship contest. If you have received an invitation, please RSVP by calling our office, 406-447-4384, because space is limited.
A Night on Us: Friday, March 18 - Saturday, March 19
This overnight program is a great way to truly experience the life of a Carroll student and is available for admitted high school seniors. We've got exciting activities planned for students and parents. You'll have the opportunity to meet with professors and attend a Carroll class, as well as take a campus tour and learn about your next steps. We've also got some fun planned for your evening on campus... can't give too much away! You'll have to sign up to join the fun!
Spring Open Houses: April 15 and April 22
Admitted and deposited students can finalize their enrollment, meet future classmates, and win some fun prizes! High school juniors can experience Carroll first-hand while gathering information that will be helpful for beginning the application process!
Are you ready to visit Carroll College and see one of the most striking campuses in the Rocky Mountains? Our campus visits offer a variety of opportunities that will give you a realistic picture of life at Carroll. You may schedule an individual visit any day that the college is open, Monday through Friday. To schedule your visit fill out our online form or contact our Campus Visit Coordinator, Sally Beck, at email@example.com or (406)-447-4384.
Your visit to campus can include any of the options below. We encourage you to explore all of these opportunities during your time on campus!
Campus tours leave daily at 10:00am and 2:00pm, during the summer, led by our talented Gold Team Student Ambassadors. During the approximately one-hour tour you will explore the campus, see our residence halls, classrooms, labs, offices, chapels, library, and of course enjoy our view of the Rocky Mountains!
Have any questions about applying to Carroll? During your visit to campus you will meet with your Admission Counselor who will tell you more about Carroll, answer any of your questions, and walk you through the application process.
Ever wonder what it’s like to take a course at one of the Northwest’s best liberal arts colleges? While you’re on campus you can sit in on a class of your choice! You will get a taste of our small class sizes and see first-hand the enthusiasm our talented professors bring to the classroom. The Admission Office will help you find a class that fits your visiting schedule.
If you have any particular questions about one of our academic departments we encourage you to meet with a professor while you’re on campus. Our professors will field any questions, explain Carroll’s curriculum, and describe the many career possibilities available to a student who has earned a Carroll degree.
We understand food is an important factor when making your college decision. So, have a meal on us! During your visit our student ambassadors will take you to lunch in our dining hall. We offer a diverse, buffet-style food selection including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. While you eat feel free to ask our student ambassadors any lingering questions!
While on campus take the time to address the financial aspect of the college decision process. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with one of our Financial Aid Officers who will explain all of the scholarships, loan opportunities, and assistance packages available to incoming students.
If you have already been accepted to Carroll, you’ll have the opportunity to spend a night on campus. If you’re interested, you can request to spend a night in a residence hall Sunday-Thursday with a current Carroll student. Two weeks advance notice is required for an overnight stay.
Please register your visit online or call us at 406.447.4384 or 800.992.3648 to plan your visit to campus!