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Admission: Meet Us On Monday

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03/21/2022 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

Incoming students! Visit campus for a special program on March 21 or 28, as you'll learn more about our beautiful campus, student activities, and exceptional educational experiences in and out of the classroom.

You'll learn more about: our beautiful campus, student activities, and exceptional educational experiences in and out of the classroom.

View: a live campus tour, a value & affordability presentation, an academic forum, a Q&A with a student panel, and of course... lunch!

Schedule of Events

  • 8:30 - Check-In Begins
  • 9:00 - Welcome & Admission Overview
  • 9:30 - Student Activity & Parent Reception
  • 10:00 - Academic Forums
  • 11:00 - Student Panel & Financial Aid Presentation
  • 11:45 - Lunch
  • 12:50 - Closing Remarks
  • 1:00 - Campus Tour

Most of the 3/21 events will be held in the Lower Campus Center. The majority of the 3/28 events will be held in the PE Center Media Room. We look forward to seeing you!

Register Monday 3/21

Register Monday 3/28

Questions?
Call us at 406-447-4384 or email admission@carroll.edu.

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11:00am
Voter Registration Event
03/21/2022 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

The League of Women Voters of Helena will be on campus to help students register to vote. Sponsored by Student Activities.

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7:00pm
Questions of Justice, Food, and Animal Agriculture

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03/21/2022 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

On Monday, March 21, the annual Roeben-Raunig Lecture in Social Justice and the Human-Animal Relationship too place, as Dr. Aaron Gross and Dr. Christopher Carter will presented "Who's at the Table?: Questions of Justice, Food, and Animal Agriculture." Theology Department Professor Eric Meyer hosted.

What does it mean to eat well? Food gathers together the connections of our communities and cultures, but our food systems also hide the mistreatment of countless people and animals. Join us for a conversation about connections between food, race, religion, and animal agriculture in the United States.


Panelists: 

Aaron S. Gross is a historian of religions with a specialization in contemporary Jewish thought and ethics and a sub-specialization in contemporary Jain and Buddhist traditions. Gross puts special value on socially engaged scholarship that provides a space for deep and sustained analysis of contemporary structures of oppression and resistance. He is active in the leadership of the Society for Jewish Ethics and the American Academy of Religion’s Animals and Religion Group, and founded and serves as CEO of the nonprofit advocacy organization, Farm Forward.

Christopher Carter’s teaching and research focuses on philosophical and theological ethics, Black and Womanist theological ethics, environmental ethics, and animals and religion. He approaches religious studies as a liberation ethicist committed to exploring how the moral economy of U.S. religious thought and culture impact the everyday lives of marginalized populations, particularly African American and Latino/a communities. He is active in the leadership of the American Academy of Religion where he serves as a steering committee member of both the Religion and Ecology and the Animals and Religion Group. Professor Carter is also a pastor within the United Methodist Church and currently serves as an assistant pastor at Pacific Beach United Methodist Church.

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