Housing & Meal Plans
First-year students live in Guadalupe and St. Charles Halls. These residence halls are designed to accommodate the living needs of today’s college student—both on a personal and academic level—providing a wide variety of services close to home.
Each hall has a dedicated computer lab with academic software where students can work on class projects without leaving home. Common areas include kitchens, laundry facilities and recreational lounges. Chapels are located in each hall, offering Mass and other Campus Ministry events throughout the week. The tranquil beauty of the chapels offers a quiet place to reflect, meditate and pray. The majority of the rooms in Guadalupe and St. Charles are double rooms. Basic amenities in each room include network ports, wi-fi, cable hook-ups, closets, X-long twin beds, dressers, desks and chairs. Shared restroom and shower facilities are available in each floor. Download the Housing and Reservation Agreement.
Dining with friends is an integral part of your college experience. Whether it's a quick bite on the go or a casual sit-down with your friends, a meal plan makes it easy to refuel and reconnect. Finding your favorite foods on campus is easy. We are proud to offer a dining program complete with signature brands and menu selections that include just about every item you can imagine. Different meal plans offer options for numbers of meals, access times, flex spending, etc. Please submit the meal plan card with your housing form as soon as possible. Students who do not select a meal plan will automatically be placed in the Saints Plan. See what kind of meal plans we offer
Do you have particular dietary needs? No problem! Our Campus Dining Services Program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, you can contact the Student Life Office at 406.447.5457 or email Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for accommodation to purchase a particular meal plan or exemption to a meal plan will only be approved for certain financial considerations and medically prescribed diets which Campus Dining Services is unable to meet. Class or employment schedules, vegetarian/vegan and organic diets are not viable reasons to accommodate an exemption to a meal plan.
Exceptions to Housing and Meal Plans
All full-time Carroll College students who are under the age of 21 are required to reside on-campus for two years. First- year students, despite receipt of the Housing Agreement & Roommate Survey, will be assigned to a residence hall room and meal plan for the year and billed accordingly. Students seeking an exception to this requirement must submit an application as well as an email to the Director of Community Living detailing the request. Application for Exception to the Campus Housing and Meal Plan Policy
Questions or concerns?
For more information, you can contact the Student Life Office at 406.447.5457 or email Student Life at email@example.com.