At Carroll, there are a number of resources available to you, even if you and your family can only afford to pay a portion of your college expenses. Financial aid options include loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs.
Carroll offers generous academic scholarships. All prospective freshmen who have applied and been accepted to Carroll are automatically considered for the following guaranteed minimum scholarships and awards based on official high school transcripts and test scores.
|Freshmen Scholarship levels are:|
|BISHOP CARROLL »||$16,000||ALL SAINTS »||$11,000|
|PRESIDENTIAL »||$14,000||FOUNDERS »||$7,000|
What award am I eligible for? Find out by using our merit calculator (Freshmen only). To be eligible, students must have graduated from high school, completed less than 1 full year of college and attend Carroll full-time (12 or more credit hours per semester). If you are a transfer student and would like to learn more about transfer merit scholarships, visit our merit award page.
The 2013-2014 tuition, fixed fees and room & board costs before financial aid:
|2013-2014 Carroll College Costs|
|Room & Board**||$8,304|
**Double room and three meal-a-day charge
The2013-2014 Financial Aid awards will be available after March 1st. Current and newly admitted students for Fall 2013 must have a processed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the Financial Aid Office in order to receive an award notice.
Please contact us if you have any questions!
Address: 1601 North Benton Ave., Helena, MT 59625
Location: O'Connell Hall, Room 253
Phone: (406) 447-5425 or (800) 992-3648, Ext 5425
Fax: (406) 447-5187
From left: Leslie Olsen, Coordinator; Janet Riis, Director; Keith Carparelli, Associate Director; Laurie Rodriguez, Associate Director; Tina Wagner, Advisor
Note: Incoming students will receive a paper award letter in the mail.
Below are some important links to help you begin the process of applying for financial aid at Carroll College:
The Carroll College School Code is 002526.
In addition to merit scholarships and awards, financial need is considered for students who submit a Federal FAFSA. To receive a preview of an estimated financial aid award, complete our Net Price Calculator.
For information about visiting Carroll College, visit the Office of Admission web page.
Best in the West
U.S. News and World Report has named Carroll College #1 in their 2012 Regional Colleges West rankings and #2 in their 2012 Regional Colleges West Best Value Schools rankings.
Carroll's Financial Aid and Tuition Costs Mentioned in USA Today
Dave Fiore, of Pendleton, Ore., says he "would have made it work" had son Mike been wowed by his alma mater, Santa Clara University in California. But he adds that he "breathed a deep sigh of relief" when Mike, 18, decided Carroll College in Helena, Mont., was the better fit.
With Carroll's lower tuition and more generous scholarship, the total annual cost is about $21,000 - a closer match to the $80,000 in a college trust set up by Mike's grandfather, and about half what he estimates he would have paid to his alma mater.
"I can't imagine owing nearly $100,000 in college debt just for him to be educated at SCU," he says.