To-Do Checklist

To-Do Checklist

Get your student ID in Borromeo Hall 131
Upload your preferred headshot photo(link is external) in advance so we can have your ID ready when you get here! If you did not receive your ID when you arrived, head to Borromeo Hall 131 to create your student ID card. Your ID card will serve as your electronic key to your building and room. (See building 24 on the campus map that you will have received at move-in.)

Get your parking permit
You can now reserve a parking permit for the  2022-23 academic year by registering your vehicle at  www.carroll.edu/parking. Your permit reservation cost will be determined by your number of registered academic credits. Reserved permits will be available for pick-up in Borromeo Hall -Rm 133 on Monday and Tuesday of Orientation. For online registration and details on the types of permits and parking on campus, visit www.carroll.edu/parking, or contact the Parking Office at 406-447-4404 or parking@carroll.edu.

For a permit reservation, you will need your 7-digit Carroll ID number, Carroll email address, and vehicle information. For students who are taking 5 credits or less, you can pay online or by cash or check when you pick up your permit. Your permit is not guaranteed until payment is received.  Reserved permits will be available for pick-up in St. Charles Hall room 023, on Monday and Tuesday of Orientation.  During Orientation, computers are available in the O'Connell Hall second-floor lobby for you to reserve your parking permit online and helpers will be there to show you what to do.  For details on the types of permits and parking on campus, visit the parking page. Questions? Call the Parking Office at 406-447-4404 or email us at parking@carroll.edu.

Check your class schedule
Review your class schedule at Self-Service/Student Planning.  Academic Support and Advising staff will be available to assist students with schedule changes in the Saints Success Center located in 1st East Borromeo Hall, Room 102.  Will be open on Sunday, August 21, 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Business Office/ Financial Aid Office
If you need to finalize financial aid and/or payment arrangements, stop by the appropriate office as soon as possible. The Business and Financial Aid Offices are in O’Connell Hall and will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Get to know your campus technology resources
All registered students should have received Information Technology (IT) log-in information before Orientation. Check out the CCIT pages to get to know the technology available at Carroll College. If you are having trouble, talk to our experts at the Tech Support in room 026 St. Charles Hall any time on Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m., or attend the Information Technology Session on Monday at 2:00 p.m.

For assistance with connections to WiFi or other technical issues or questions, please contact the Help Desk at 406-447-4357. The Help Desk is located in the Technology Support Center off the St. Charles Lobby in St. Charles 026. Due to the need for social distancing, please call ahead and make an appointment for in-person assistance.

Voices for Change Online CoursesAt Carroll, we believe in equality of opportunity in all aspects of human activity and the human dignity of every person. All faculty, staff, and students are required to complete an online sexual assault prevention and alcohol education course. Students take Voices For Change (VFC), which is accessed through Moodle, and must be completed before classes begin on August 24th.  Contact Annette Farley at afarley@carroll.edu or 406-447-4547 for more information or for assistance.

Meal plans
Students who live on campus are required to have a meal plan. If you would like to make changes to a meal plan for the fall semester, you must submit a Meal Plan Change Request form which can be found at the Business Office.

Fill out the form and the Residential Life & Housing staff will review your request by the end of the next business day. If you have any issues finding the form, contact Residential Life & Housing via email at reslife@carroll.edu or via phone at 406-447-4532.

Zero fee meal plans are available to students who maintain a 10-hour per week part-time position with campus dining services. Questions about the work program can be addressed at the Sodexo Dining office or by Sodexo Dining General Manager. Contact them at 406-447-5194 for more info.

Campus Ministry
Peace and welcome to Carroll! Campus Ministry is excited to have you here! Two things to get you plugged in: 1) connect with your peer minister and 2) download our app. Go to whatever app store you use and search for "Carroll College Campus Ministry". Download the app, be sure to enable push notifications, and we will keep you in the loop. Register for the Freshman Retreat.  God bless!

Learn what the Library offers
Check out the Library online guide and library website.

Textbooks
Stop by the Saints' Shoppe Located in the Carroll Campus Center, pick up any books you ordered
online at the Saints’ Shoppe—you’ll need your Carroll ID number to verify your rentals and purchases. Supplies and a wide variety of clothing, sundries, and gifts are also available. The bookstore will be
open from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Aug. 20, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Aug. 21, and 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m on Aug. 22-23.

Mail Office
Located at the west end of Borromeo Hall. The Mail Room provides mailing services (US Postal, UPS, and FedEx) stamps and limited mailing supplies.

Addressing mail to Carroll College Example:
Full name
1601 N Benton Ave (Address line 1)
Saints Central 250XXX (Address line 2)

Helena, MT 59625-0001

For your convenience, the following offices will be open on Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wellness Center, Saints Success Center, Mailroom, Admissions, Library, Business, and Financial Aid, Registrars, Bookstore, Information Technology, and the Residential Housing and Student Activities staff will be available to you throughout your move-in experience.