Come Watch the Games! We have a large HD Screen TV in the Student Activities Room located in the Lower Campus Center. March Madness will be playing constantly. The refrigerator will be full of snacks and drinks for you to enjoy. Lots of comfortable seating and a fun location to watch the games with others. All are welcome to come down anytime!!
Fall 2014 Admitted students are coming on Friday, and the Admission Office wants you to join in the fun. Best of all... it's ALL FREE! Check out the schedule below - come to some of it, or all of it. IT'S FREE!
Sponsored by CCF
|6-8:00||Indoor Rock Climbing
Sponsored by CAMP
|The Bouldering Cave, St. Charles Hall|
|6:00||Ultimate Frisbee||Football Practice Field|
|6:30 -7:30||Improv Night
Carroll Improv Troupe
|Trinity Hall Lounge|
|7:30-8:30||Juggler & Comedian Nick Pike
Featured on America’s Got Talent
|Upper Campus Center|
|8:30-10:30||Making Memories Last
Photo Booth Fun!
|Lower Campus Center|
|8:30||Get your Game On!
Interactive games & Karaoke
|Lower Campus Center|
|8:45||Ice Cream Sundaes!!||Lower Campus Center|
|10:00||Live Music by Stumbling Free
& Swing Dancing
Sponsored by the Carroll Swing Society
|Upper Campus Center|
|12AM||Saints in the Shadows & Late night Snacks!
Sponsored by the Gold Team Ambassadors
We have $20 discounted All Day Ski passes to the Great Divide - You can buy them in the Student Activities Room. They work for one day of skiing and are good until the end of this ski season. There is a lot of snow out there so go have some fun! (There are about 20 tickets left)
For more information on all of these events go to http://www.carroll.edu/students/index.cc
Associated Students of Carroll College Executive Officer Application are due by Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 5:00 PM for an application go to:http://www.carroll.edu/students/index.cc
strong March 20th – Thursday at 4PM in Simp. 110 = Leadership Certificate Elective Class: “ Your Personal Mission Statement”– presented by Jack Oberweiser To register for these classes or any questions please e-mail email@example.com. You must have completed the first two required courses to take any electives. You can also find out more at our Leadership Page: http://www.carroll.edu/students/activities/leadership/
March 21st is a Night on Us - Welcome and say hello to students thinking about joining our family.
March 22nd is Campus Housing Sign- Up
March 24th at 7PM in Trinity Lounge = Leadership Certificate Elective Class:"Creating and Achieving Your Bucket List" - Jackie Clawson and Jake Hanley To register for these classes or any questions please e-mail <firstname.lastname@example.org. You must have completed the first two required courses to take any electives. You can also find out more at our Leadership Page: http://www.carroll.edu/students/activities/leadership/
Sunday, March. 23rd, Teleskiing Clinic Cost: $35 This will be an all-day event and take place at Showdown. No experience is necessary we will have two impressive teleskiing Carroll professors assisting CAMP leaders in instructing! For rentals we will need weight, height, shoe size, and ability level if you have ever skied before. Please contact Paige Williams at email@example.com for more information!
March 24th As part of the Carroll College Ethics and Integrity Lecture Series, the Business Department will be screening a fraud documentary with commentary (virtual) by filmmaker and professor, Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope, of DePaul University. Monday, March 24, from 7-9 pm in the Wiegand Amphitheater (Simperman Hall 101/202)
March 28th, 29th and 30th is the Spring Search
March 29th is the Merit Badge University Program where over 250 Boy Scouts come to classes at Carroll College to earn merit badges. Classes are taught by Carroll Students.
April 3rd – at 7PM in Trinity Lounge = Leadership Certificate Elective Class: "Creating and Achieving Your Bucket List" - Jackie Clawson and Jake Hanely
Register for “Run for the Well of It” a 5k charity fun run taking place on April 5th at 10 am at the PE Center. All proceeds of the race help support Lifewater International’s goal of eliminating waterborne diseases. Race cost is $15 and includes a t-shirt! For more details or to register online visit http://runforthewellofit.com/
If you are injured or just don't feel like walking/running you can sign-up to volunteer! Contact Shelby or Caroline (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) to sign-up for a shift or visit the link below to sign up! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aohap88-N35mdDY2dU43WWNqTW54TkZ1ZmxFNjdPeWc&usp=sharing
The Great Harvest lecture that was cancelled last month due to weather has been rescheduled for Monday, April 7, in the Rice Avila DeSmet room in the lower level of the cube. We hope you will be able to join us!
Carroll’s history department is excited to announce that Latin American historian Jody Pavilack from The University of Montana will visit Carroll on Monday, April 7 for a public lecture entitled “From Chilean Coal Miners to Henry A. Wallace: Progressive Visions for the Postwar Era. ” Her presentation will take place at 7:00 p.m. in 101/202 Simperman Hall.
Wed. April 9 @7:30PM = Leadership Certificate Elective Class:“Moving your Strengths from Raw to Refined” - Megan Patrick –Thompson - Location will be announced. To register for these classes or any questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You must have completed the first two required courses to take any electives. You can also find out more at our Leadership Page: http://www.carroll.edu/students/activities/leadership/
April 12th is Service Saturday
Community Living Annual Easter Egg Scramble It has become a tradition on campus for Community Living, in partnership with Student Activities, to host two separate egg hunts using over 5,000 eggs filled with candy, prizes, and other fun items. There will also be free pictures with the Easter Bunny! The two events are as follows: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 starting at 5:15 pm – for all Carroll students. Thursday, April 17, 2014 starting at 5:15 pm – for children from the Carroll community.
Thursday, April 24, 7pm, SH 101/202 “Studying Super Earths”
Using new techniques, astronomers have discovered thousands of planets which orbit around other nearby stars. The most interesting of these planets are larger than the Earth, and so we call them super-Earths. We don’t have anything like them in our solar system. The Earth is the largest of the inner planets, and the other planets in our solar system are gas giants, more than ten times the mass of the Earth. What would these planets look like, up close? What sorts of atmospheres would you find on a planet with double or triple the mass of the Earth. Could life have formed on any of these planets? Join us for an exploration of the newly discovered super Earths!
Softball Weekend April 26th and 27th. We are in the process of trying to get both the YMCA and Batch fields so no one will have to get up early to play. This year individual Carroll Students will be allowed to play on a maximum of two teams. Only current registered Carroll students and faculty/staff can participate
Go to this link and join now! https://www.facebook.com/CarrollCAMP
To all Students: Carroll College Career Services has LOTS of part time jobs advertised from various employers around the Helena community. We still receive calls daily, so if you need a little extra cash, check the job boards on the Carroll website go to:
www.carroll.edu/students/career/index.cc Then scroll down to “Employment Opportunities” then to “Off Campus,” then click on “MORE.” Make sure you are looking at the off campus listings.
Want to sing the National Anthem at Carroll sporting events? Email Jackie at email@example.com to schedule an audition!
Tightwad Tuesdays have returned to the Myrna Loy Center, with $2 film tickets for Carroll students, faculty, and staff every Tuesday. If indie, award-winning and foreign celluloid is on your movie menu, the Myrna is for you! For current films and times, check their website http://www.myrnaloycenter.com/. Other nights of the week, the Myrna offers $4.50 film tickets for students, faculty, and staff. Live shows of the best in performing arts are also available to Carrollites at a low price: students get in for $7 and Carroll faculty and staff tickets are just $15 for world-class entertainment. Check out the Myrna Loy at 15 N. Ewing or call 406-443-0287 for more info. (Discounted tickets for Carroll Students paid for by Student Activities)