Carroll begins construction on new campus apartments. These computer renderings show the new apartments being built on the east side of campus. Each of the two, four-level units will house 48 students. Groundbreaking was held on May 10th. Students will be moving in next summer! Read the details of the groundbreaking.
It’s the little things that count in life and how we handle them with grace. That was one of the themes touched on by several speakers at Carroll College’s commencement ceremony, Saturday afternoon at the Physical Education Center, when 288 students graduated with bachelor’s degrees.
Commencement speaker Carolyn Woo, the CEO and president of Catholic Relief Services, spoke of the importance of “Grace in a Competitive World.”
Just after they’d all competed to get into college, and for financial aid, and for educational honors, now they are headed into the “real” world, where they will compete for everything from jobs to parking spaces, she said.
Competition isn’t necessarily bad, Woo said, it’s what we do with it. While pursuing honors, trophies or a corner office, we can allow competition to shrink our capacity to be open and human to others and ourselves.
During Carroll College’s Commencement on Saturday, which was its 103 commencement ceremony, the following honors were awarded:
The college’s Borromeo Award, recognizing outstanding service to the world community, was given to the Rev. Bernard Peter Byrne, a Carroll 1951 graduate, who as a member of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers embarked on a lifetime of caring for poor children in Peru.
Senior Megan Ann Olszewski, a community health major from Kalispell, was awarded the Michael Murphy Award for Outstanding Collegiate Citizenship. Read More
Read Dr. Evans' update on Carroll's 2013-14 tuition here.
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