Last Day to Withdraw
04/12/2018 (All day)
Last day to withdraw from a class with a “W.” (This date pertains to semester-long courses. For any course of shorter duration, consider the mid-point the last day to withdraw from one or several classes. In other words, to partially, not totally withdraw).
Employee Orientation to Mission
09/14/2017 - 12:30pm to 1:45pm
Each year Carroll College hosts a series of sessions for new employees designed to orient them to Carroll College’s mission as "a Catholic, diocesan, liberal arts college in the ecumenical tradition of the Second Vatican Council." Here are the dates for the coming academic year. All sessions are 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM.
If you are a department chair or staff director, please do not schedule a department meeting or staff meeting so as to allow these new employees to attend.
Library Conference A
ASCC Senate Deadline
04/12/2018 - 5:00pm to 5:15pm
Apply for the 2018-19 ASCC Senate! There are four ASCC Senators per class. The ASCC Senate is the legislative body of student government. The Senate exists to provide discussion and proper responses regarding student issues and affairs while considering the input of Carroll College students, administration, and the greater community of Helena. The ASCC Senate is responsible for making final decision on Bills of Legislature brought to the Senate floor. Senators represent not only their classmates, but Carroll College as an institution and community. Senators are charged with the responsibility to act in in the best interest of their classmates and Carroll College. Note: Incoming Freshman & Non-Traditional Senators will be elected in the Fall Semester 2018.
Find a more detailed timeline in the application.
Applications are due by Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. to ASCC Director of Communications Lizzy Younce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perspectives of a Gay Catholic Man
04/12/2018 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Carroll GSA is hosting an event with Edward Noonan called "33 School Years at Carroll: Perspectives of a Gay Catholic Man," in which Professor Noonan will be lecturing on his own experience.
An author, playwright, and poet, Ed’s deep connections to Carroll go beyond his many years as an instructor in the English department; he has been Resident Director for two dorms and Student Activities Director. In Helena, he served for 15 years as Executive Director of the Myrna Loy Theatre and is currently a Helena City Commissioner.
Refreshments will be served.
Earth Day Early Action
04/12/2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
HELENA, MT-- Earth Day is coming early to Carroll College with an evening devoted to Montana climate science and local public action, on Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in the Simperman Hall Weigand Amphitheatre.
The Montana Climate Assessment, a product of the Montana University System’s Montana Institute on Ecosystems, is a first-of-its-kind study. It will be presented by its lead author, Dr. Cathy Whitlock. The assessment describes past and future climate trends that affect different sectors of the Montana economy.
“The central goal of this effort was to create a product that would be useful to Montanans in planning for and adapting to a changing climate,” said Dr. Whitlock. “The assessment’s findings foresee a hotter future for Montana, but it is the specific details about what this means that we hope citizens will find useful.”
“There has never been a more pressing time for local climate solutions,” says Carroll College professor Jonathan Matthews. “The Montana Climate Assessment relays the impending threat to our health and our livelihoods. It is our job to use these findings to inform our future choices.”
The Carroll College Environmental Program and Hunthausen Center for Peace and Justice will host the event in collaboration with local community-action groups, Sleeping Giant Citizens Council, Citizens Climate Lobby, and Montana Chapter of the Sierra Club. These organizations are taking action on climate change at the city, state, and national level.
“I believe that seeing people stand up for climate action at all levels of government sends a powerful message,” says John Hoffland, CCL Helena chapter Co-chair. “It also shows the many ways people can help redirect our communities toward a more resilient future.”
Professor of Theology Eric Meyer and city commissioner Rob Farris-Olsen will also give remarks, with all three speakers closing in a Q&A panel.
The Earth Day Early Action event will take place on Thursday, April 12th in the Simperman Hall Weigand Amphitheatre on the Carroll College Campus at 7:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Jonathan Matthews, Carroll College, Montana Sierra Club Chair (406) 447-4351