Carroll College, Helena Montana

Volunteer for New Student Orientation!

We need your help! Please volunteer for or be a Core Member for New Student Orientation for the 2016 fall semester.

Core team moves into dorms early on Monday, August 15th and volunteers move in early on Tuesday August 16th. We need over 100 people, so please consider being on our ORIENTATION TEAM 2016! Your help makes all the difference to our new Freshman – please be a volunteer.

Email Patrick Harris at pharris@carroll.edu to let us know if you would like to be a volunteer. Also let us know if you would like to be considered for the Core Team.

Core Team members must be committed to some work hours over the summer and the days before orientation. Volunteers only have to be committed to move-in day and individual assignments they choose to do.

×

We Need Debate Judges!

Carroll's High School Debate tournament is Dec 4-5 and is the largest ever! Could you judge a round or two? We offer three types of debate:

  1. Policy debate will discuss domestic surveillance by the Federal Government.
  2. Lincoln Douglas debate will discuss whether juries should be given the power to acquit someone if they believe the law violated was unjust. (It's called "jury nullification.")
  3. Public Forum debate whether standardized testing in K-12 schools is beneficial or harmful.

We need judges at4, 6 & 8pm Fri;8 & 10pm Sat; and1pm Sat (quarterfinals). Ask your teachers about extra credit for this community service - quite a few teachers agreed last year! Sign up online.

×

Student Life

Parking Lot Enforcement - MON

Enforcement of all campus parking--reserved parking spots, Lot A, Lot B and campus roads--is in effect. If you have not purchased a parking permit yet and want to park on campus, visit Parking Information and follow directions to purchase your permit online. Purchased permits can be picked up in the Student Life Office in 208 O'Connell Hall.

Bystander Training: Where do you stand?

"Where Do You Stand?" is Carroll's bystander intervention training. This training, being offered 2 more times on Mon & Tue, is mandatory for all new students at Carroll College.

Pulling from many national resources, this hour-long training is designed to help students learn how to Speak Up and Speak Out against sexual violence, predatory behaviors and bullying. Through the training, participants will be able to become familiar with what bystander intervention is, uncover their own personal barriers to intervening, and develop basic skills of bystander intervention through scenarios and small group discussions.

Come join us and help Carroll expand the message that “It’s on Us” to be part of the solution to keeping our fellow Saints safe.

Accounting Majors!

The Accounting firm Altman & Rogers will be on campus for interviews for positions on September 20. If you are interested, contact Rosie Walsh in Career Services at rwalsh@carroll.edu.

Register Your Bike - FREE Permit

New this year, we have an online form for bicycle registration. After you have completed the registration, please pick up your bike sticker in the Student Life Office (O’Connell Rm 208). All bicycles on campus will need to have a sticker and be registered if parked on campus or you will risk the locks being cut and bike removed. Register now

Freshmen & Soph Retreats - Juniors & Seniors Needed

Campus Ministry needs volunteers to help work our upcoming Freshman (Sept 9-11) and Sophomore (Sept 16-18) Retreats. The cost is $30/person and will take place up at Legendary Lodge. This is a great opportunity to give back to wonderful retreats that may have blessed you in the past. Sign up HERE!

Tobacco-Free Campus

New signs identifying Carroll College as a tobacco-free campus have been posted around campus. The use of of tobacco and tobacco-related products by students, faculty, staff and visitors is prohibited in or on property owned, leased or used for special events by the college.

While You Were Away - New and Improved

Carroll College has been busy with construction and renovation projects this summer:

  • The Hunthausen Activity Center is expected to open in January 2017 with a climbing tower, bouldering wall, recreation gym, exercise classrooms, outdoor equipment center, and weight and cardiovascular equipment areas.
  • The Theatre Department is relocating to the Campus Center and a black box theatre is being installed in the location of the former dance studio and actors studio.
  • The Music Department is relocating to Guad Hall with the transformation of the chapel area into a new vocal and music ensemble practice room.
  • The Chapel construction site has been fenced off closing the campus road that runs between the Corette Library and Old North Performing Arts. Demolition work has occurred in Old North.
  • New parking is expected to be installed across the street from the south side of Trinity Hall.

Technology Support Center - St. Charles Hall Lobby

Students in need of techonology support should go to the Technology Support Center located in the lobby of St. Charles Hall. New students can activate their network account, connect to Wifi and access MyCarroll by changing their initial temporary password.

Ebooks

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, Aug 30
12:15pm: Astronomy Club
7pm: Bystander Training

Wednesday, Aug 31
5:30pm: Psych Club Ice Cream Social

Resources

Emergency Information
Numbers, resources, medical info.

Sexual Misconduct website
For issues, concerns or complaints about sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking
.

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center--both Health Services and Counseling Services--reopened for the new academic year. To schedule an appointment with a nurse or counselor, please call (406) 447-5441.