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Complete your required VFC training for returning students entering Fall 2022 regarding sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention, bystander intervention, and alcohol and drug education. Refresher training must be completed by the first day of classes. Questions? Contact Annette Walstad, Dean of Students, at 406-447-5434 or deanofstudents@carroll.edu.

New IW Class offered for Fall 2023! ANZ-289IW, or Animals in Popular Culture, looks at how the use and representation of animals in popular and mass-mediated culture—in genres like film and television, fiction, animation and comic books, art, and the Internet—shape and reveal cultural values. In addition, how animals are represented in popular culture in turn shapes how animals are treated in everyday society. By studying selected elements of popular culture, students will also look at how we understand and represent concepts like “human,” “nature,” and “culture.” This class fulfills Carroll’s Intermediate Writing requirement.

Forward your mail if you are graduating, transferring, leaving school, or just gone for the summer. All USPS mail can be forwarded automatically but any other mail can be arranged to have shipped with additional costs.

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