Visit Carroll's Writing Center!
If you’re hitting the wall on a writing assignment or just want a nudge in the right direction, consider using Carroll’s Writing Center, now taking appointments for the Fall semester.
To keep you and our staff safe during the pandemic, the Writing Center is fully online through Carroll’s Moodle page. From any page on Moodle, you can find us by choosing “Academic Tutoring” on the top right-hand corner of the page. Go to “Writing Tutoring,” and use the scheduler to set up an appointment. Find out more
Volunteer for a Retreat Team
Sophomore Retreat: September 17-19
Volunteer to serve and give back! You must be a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior to help with Freshman Retreat and a Junior or Senior to help with Sophomore Retreat. Each person will either have responsibilities working in the kitchen, leading small groups, or giving a talk. Find out more and register.
Need Technology Help or Support?
Submit a question or problem online at CCIT's virtual help desk, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can! Or, for help connecting devices to the Carroll wireless network, check out the Getting Connected page with up to date information on connecting all of your devices.
Our business hours are M-F, 8:00 am -- 4:30 pm. Call 406-447-HELP (4357 ) or stop by our Help Desk in the Technology Support Center within the St. Charles Hall Lobby
Best in the West - 10 years in a row
Carroll College has reached a record 10th year as U.S. News & World Report’s best “Regional College in the West.” Carroll is the only regional college in the nation to have earned this distinction for ten consecutive years having earned a perfect overall score of 100 with the 2021 rankings providing data on over 1,400 schools.
“At Carroll, we are proud to once again be recognized so prominently as one of the nation’s best colleges,” said Carroll College President Dr. John Cech. “Our longstanding tenure at the top of this ranking is a testament to our excellent faculty, the high caliber student Carroll has been able to attract and graduate, and our ability as a college to adapt and grow our programs to meet the changing needs of our workforce.” Read more.