As parents, we want you to have access to the information you need. We know that parents play an important role in the college selection process and that you will provide excellent support for your student throughout his or her time at Carroll.
For your convenience, we have pulled together information for parents of Carroll College students. Sometimes students are so busy with studies and being a college student, that they forget to tell you about upcoming events.
Or, maybe you would like to talk to someone in the Wellness Center or Business Office. Click on the button for these resources and many more. If you would enjoy getting weekly campus news that includes highlights about student successes, sign-up for the weekly newsletter “QuickNotes.”
If you do not find what you need on these pages, please send an email and we can direct you to the information or answer your question.
Thank you for you interest in Carroll and for entrusting your son or daughter to our community,
Associate VP of Enrollment
Parents Weekend is November 1-2, 2013! This is a great opportunity for you to bring your parents on campus, enjoy time with them, explore Helena’s coffee shops or just relax!
Parents Weekend is sponsored by the Associated Students of Carroll College (ASCC). The Weekend is $20 per parent which covers The Parent Reception, Parent Brunch, Entertainment, and Tickets to Athletic Events. Once you register and pay for parents weekend the athletic tickets are a part of the weekend fee. One fee covers all cost. Athletic tickets can be picked up at the Parent Meet and Greet at the Schola or at the Brunch. Get more information »
Academic Resources - Carroll College offers a number of academic services including academics advising and counseling, testing, tutoring, workshops, and much more! Our academic services are offering in two areas: Academic Advising and the Academic Resource Center.
Admission - Information for prospective students and families. Your student can also begin the application process here.
Financial Aid - Information for both new and continuing students. Scholarship listings and FAFSA help.
Business Office - Payment Plan options and billing information.
Student Life - Oversees campus housing, athletics, student activities and campus ministry.
Health and Wellness Center - Includes immunization information, health center, and counseling services for students.
Career Services - Career exploration and internship resources as well as resume writing tips, career fair and helpful job search information.
Campus Computing & Information Technology - Oversees student network accounts and campus computing needs.
Aug 22-25 Student orientation
Aug 26 First day of classes
Sept 2 Labor Day
Oct 12-15 Fall Break
Oct 18 Midterm grades due
Nov 8 Graduation App due
Nov 27-Dec 1 Thanksgiving
Dec 7 Last day of classes
Dec 9-12 Final exams
Dec 13 Housing closes
Dec 19 Final grades due
Jan 10 Student orientation
Jan 11 Housing reopens
Jan 13 First day of classes
Jan 20 Martin Luther King Day
Feb 17 President's Day
Mar 1-7 Spring Break
Apr 18-21 Easter Break
May 2 Last day of classes
May 5-8 Final exams
May 9 Housing closes
May 10 Baccalaureate Mass
May 10 Commnecement
May 15 Final grades due