Admitted Students

I'm admitted.

Congratulations! Here are some things you can do until you make a commitment:

  1. Book a visit.  Come see our beautiful campus, attend a class (when in session) and meet with an admission counselor.  
  2. Investigate. Browse our website, especially the academic programs, to learn more about why Carroll is the right choice for you. 

I've committed!

  1. Submit your enrollment deposit.
  2. Apply for financial aid.
  3. Sign up for housing and meals.
  4. Learn about payment options.
  5. Course Registration:    Advising and class registration will begin in June for fall semester students and in November for students entering in the spring.   Soon after you submit your enrollment deposit you will receive an email from the Office of Academic Advising inviting you to complete an Advising Questionnaire.  The AQ will assist our academic advisors in building your first semester's schedule.  Fall schedules are created in early June.  
  6. Email:  your Carroll College email account will be created after registration and information about how to access your Carroll account will be sent to you in June.  

    Additional Information for New Students

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    Move in day for new students is Thursday, August 24. If you are a first-year student, be sure to check in at Guadalupe Hall for access to your room. If you are a transfer student living on campus, please check in at Trinity Hall for access to your room. Also, plan to attend the New Student Orientation on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26. For more info, visit the Carroll Orientation website.

    Born a Crime All Carroll first-year students take a 3-credit course called Alpha Seminar (LAS 101) which is designed to introduce the distinctive practices and values of a Catholic liberal arts education. Honors Students take HNR 150 in place of LAS 101. Your Alpha/Honors professor serves as your academic advisor during your first year. Each year a common summer reading is selected for our First-Year students - The Fall 2017 book selected by our Alpha Seminar faculty for all incoming first-year students to read over the summer is Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah. Please pick up a copy of this book and complete this reading assignment before you arrive on campus for Orientation in August. Order the book through the Carroll College Saints' Shoppe Bookstore or see a list of retailers.

    Montana state law requires proof of immunization before you can begin classes. The Immunization Records form can found in your Welcome Packet or online here. Please complete the demographic section on the front page and alsocarefully read the immunization sections and either send proof of all required immunizations or have the immunization section filled out completely with all the required immunizations by a health care professional. Don’t forget to sign on the back page before submitting it. The Wellness Center is closed June and July but you may contact Kerri Rigsby with questions at krigsby@carroll.edu (the best option) or 406-447-5438. Kerri checks her messages often.

    Carroll offers support services upon request to students with learning or other disabilities. If you wish to receive services, please complete the Application for Support Services for Students with Disabilities and provide documentation at least 30 days before the start of the semester, if possible. For more information, please contact Kevin Hadduck at 406-447-4504 or khadduck@carroll.edu.

    After your Carroll email account is created, you will be able to view account activity, make payments, and manage student accounts online at the Saints Student Account Center.  Details about your new Carroll email will be sent to you beginning in June. 

    NOTE: In order for anyone other than students to view and/or make payments online, the student MUST set him/her up as an Authorized User. Review your online account weekly! Questions? Email businessofficereceiv@carroll.edu or call 406-447-5419.

    Beginning August 1 students may purchase books online at the Carroll Bookstore website. Start with “Buy or Rent Text Books”, select a Campus Term, select a course, class and section and the book will appear with ISBN, Author, Title. You will need your class schedule to proceed.

    Campus Housing:  

    For first-year students, housing assignment  and roommate information will be sent to your Carroll email the first week of July.

    Transfer students - If you would like to live on campus, please submit your housing application to the Office of Community Living.   Housing assignments will be sent to your Carroll email the first week of July.

    Please send us a FINAL copy of your high school transcript, AP or IB scores, and any college transcripts so all of your academic records are on file at Carroll when classes begin in August. Students without final transcripts on file will be unable to register for subsequent semesters.