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This is your moment.
It’s a moment we love to see. Young people and their families, coming for a visit and stepping onto our beautiful campus in Helena, Montana for the very first time, taking in the beauty of the surroundings and the graciousness of our people. It’s a powerful moment, and one we get to see all the time.
Visiting us at Carroll will provide the perfect opportunity for you to get a sense of the special experience we deliver. You can tour our campus, meet with an admission counselor, attend a class, meet faculty, have lunch with students, learn about financial aid, and even spend the night.
There are a number of ways for you to visit Carroll…
1. Individual Visits
You can schedule your individual visit at any time the campus is open—Monday through Friday. To schedule your individual visit just complete our online form, or contact our Campus Visit Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 447-4384.
What can you do on an individual visit?
Campus tours leave daily 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM, led by our talented Gold Team Student Ambassadors. During the approximately one-hour tour you will explore the campus, see our residence halls, classrooms, labs, offices, chapels, library, the Hunthausen Activity Center, and, of course, enjoy our view of the Rocky Mountains!
GROUP TOURS: If your party is larger than 6 guests, we require 10 business days to plan your visit. Please contact the Campus Visit Coordinator, at email@example.com or (406) 447-4384 for all groups. (Due to COVID-19 group tours have been suspended until further notice).
Attend a class (unavailable during the summer)
Meet with a professor (unavailable during the summer)
Eat lunch with current students (unavailable during the summer)
2. Open Houses
Open Houses are held in the spring and fall. These events are a great way for you to take it all in, see how our campus comes alive, and meet other students who, like you, are thinking about making Carroll their college home. The agenda includes an optional campus tour, and panels with current faculty, staff and students.
3. President's Scholarship Recognition
This is your chance to be honored for your academic achievements, receive your Carroll scholarship, and visit the Carroll College campus. Occurs February each year.
4. Meet Us on Monday
Join us on campus for Meet us on Monday on March 8 to learn more about our beautiful campus, academic programs, student activities, and exceptional educational experiences in and out of the classroom.
5. Future Saint Fridays
Join us on campus for Future Saint Fridays to learn more about our academic programs, student activities, and exceptional educational experiences in and out of the classroom.
6. Admitted Student Open House
Admitted Student Open Houses are for students who have been admitted to Carroll, and offer an excellent opportunity for you to finalize any remaining details on getting enrolled. It’s also a great chance to meet and make friends with fellow incoming students.
7. Information Programs
Carroll hits the road to meet you! These group presentations are your opportunity to learn more about Carroll College - each program will feature highlights from admission and financial aid representatives, as well as a professor.
8. Coffee Chats
If you can’t get to Carroll, we’ll send a little bit of Carroll out to you. Our Coffee Chats happen when one of our admissions representatives is in your city and takes time to sit down with you over a cup of coffee and answer any questions you have about Carroll. Watch for your invitation, and we’ll tell you how to sign up.
Realize your moment
Nothing can really do justice to experiencing Carroll as a student. But by visiting our campus, you'll get to feel the energy and take in the breathtaking beauty of our setting in the Rocky Mountains. And you'll maybe even create a few memorable moments of your own.