Stressed out for finals? Get your "fuzz fix" and come pet and snuggle one our our ANZ dogs in the Upper Cube all week!Monday:
Incoming freshmen will want to be sure to complete the following before the start of New Student Orientation:
Online book sales and rentals will begin August 1. Please use your Carroll ID number for your account number. Books may be picked up at the bookstore when you arrive on campus. Even though you have to select a shipping method to complete your order, you will NOT be charged shipping costs and your credit card is not processed until your order has been gathered and checked. If you encounter problems or have questions, please call 888-999-9567 or 406-447-5418 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be certain that you are purchasing the correct materials as returns will be accepted for dropped classes only. It is important to check your class schedule and pay special attention to your section numbers. The last day to add/drop classes is Aug 31, and book returns will be accepted Sept 1–4. You will need your original sales receipt and proof that you have dropped the class.
Parking permits for students and employees for the 2015-2016 academic year will be available online in early August. An email will be sent in August to all Carroll email accounts with directions for students on how to purchase a parking permit and with directions for employees on how to receive a new parking permit.
The book selected for this year's Common Reading Experience for Alpha Seminar is "The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of the Legendary Catholic Social Activist" by Dorothy Day. All incoming freshmen are required to read this book before the start of the academic year. The book can be purchased online or at your local bookstore.
New students are able to move into campus housing on Thu, Aug 20th. New Student Orientation is scheduled from Thu, Aug 20th-Sun, Aug 23rd. Returning students are able to move into campus housing on Sat, Aug 22nd. Classes begin on Mon, Aug 24.
There will be no camp meals served in the STAC during the week of July 27th. Thank you for joining us for meals this summer with our Conference and Events groups!
In case of an emergency during the summer months, please contact the on-call Assistant Director of Community Living at (406) 459-0540.
Other emergency phone numbers:
911 - Emergency Services (Police, Fire, Ambulance)
(406) 442-3233 - Helena Police
(406) 444-2150 - St. Peter's Hospital
(406) 442-6800 - Friendship Center
(406) 461-7611 - Securitas Patrol Officer
In case of a health issue or emergency, please consider utilizing the following community resources:
In case of a mental health emergency, please contact the on-call Assistant Director of Community Living at (406) 459-0540 or the St. Peter's Hospital Emergency Room, 2475 Broadway, at (406) 444-2150.
Please remember to bring an ID and your insurance card.
Carroll College will have a Securitas security patrol officer scheduled on campus between 3pm-7am this summer. The officer can be contacted at (406) 461-7611. The Securitas Office in now located in Guad 101--behind the Guad Hall Desk.
In order to ensure that Carroll College can provide assistance to survivors and address sexual misconduct: All Carroll College employees and students are required to be mandatory reporters of incidents of sexual misconduct to the college's Title IX Coordinator, Renee McMahon. Exceptions are granted to physical and mental health care providers, victim advocates, and priests within the context of the sacrament of confession.
The Fitness Center hours of operation in the PE Center for the summer will be Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm (except for holidays when the college is closed). Please bring your Carroll ID and sign in at the front desk prior to your workout.
Thank you for your patience while the St. Charles Hall lobby undergoes renovations this summer. When you return, you will see a new Information Technology help center, a new television lounge, a new front desk and a new kitchen area.