Carroll College Counseling Services:
Counselors Dr. Mike Franklin and Megan Patrick-Thompson are skilled in working with students with issues from depression to stress; from relationships to eating disorders. Their offices are located in the Wellness Center in the basement of Guadalupe Hall. If you feel depressed, anxious, worried, or just need someone to talk to you can stop by or make an appointment by calling (406) 447-5441. Counseling Services website
At Carroll, there are a number of resources available to you, even if you and your family can only afford to pay a portion of your college expenses. Financial aid options include loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs.
For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at (406) 447-5425 or visit their website.
Financial Aid Shopping Sheet:
The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a consumer tool created by the Obama Administration to help simplify the information consumers receive about costs and financial aid, so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.
Located in Borromeo Hall-Room 118A, the ARC offers students a variety of services, including peer tutoring, study skills classes, workshops, individualized instruction, and academic counseling. The programs address students' individual needs at a variety of times in order to accommodate students' schedules. All Carroll College students are eligible for services and are welcome at the ARC. Computer labs and disability accommodations are also provided. For additional information, please contact Kevin Hadduck at (406) 447-4504 or visit their website.
Wondering how mobilization or activation can affect your academic career while enrolled at Carroll? Learn more about how Carroll can help you minimize the effects of mobilization and activation by visiting Carroll's Deployment Policy.