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Alumni Schedule

Homecoming Schedule for Carroll Alumni

FRIDAY, September 21
9:30 a.m.Golden Circle Breakfast
Join your fellow alumni who have graduated 50 or more years ago for this special Breakfast. It is a time to reminisce and celebrate those who have set the foundation for what Carroll is today. $15.00
Lower Campus Center
11 a.m.Estate Planning Seminar
Take some time while back on campus to learn from legal and financial planning experts. The presentation and discussion will help you consider how you can both invest for your future while planning for your loved ones and important philanthropic interests. Free
FLEX Theatre
12 p.m.Alumni Awards Luncheon
Honoring 2018 Academic Achievement Award recipient Randy Hunter, DVM, '77; and Young Alumni Award winner Blair (Parker) Fjeseth, '10. Adults $20, Children $12.
Campus Center lower level
12–5 p.m.Back to School
For a little reminder of your Carroll academic experience, join students in one of our Friday classes! Free. See the list of classes
Various locations
12–5 p.m.9th Annual Carroll ASCE Fundraiser Golf Tournament
Support the Carroll College Student Chapter of the American Society for Civil Engineers at this fundraising event.
Bill Roberts Golf Course
1–5 p.m.HAC open for Alumni and Parents
Take this special opportunity to explore all the new activity center has to offer the current Carroll students. This opportunity is available for Homecoming and Family Weekend only. Open to those who are 18 and over. Free
Hunthausen Activity Center
4 p.m.Campus Tour
See all that is new on Carroll's campus. The tour will include the Hunthausen Activity Center, All Saints Chapel and St. John Vianney and St. Alfred the Great Apartments. Free
Meet at St. Albert's Hall
4:30–5 p.m.Carroll Answering the Call on our Environment
In the recent encyclical, Laudato Si', Pope Francis called upon Catholics to take better care of "our common home" by preserving the environment. Dean of Mission Dr. Chris Fuller will explain what this means for Carroll College. Free. More information
O'Connell Hall Rm 101
5:30 p.m.Women's Basketball Alumni Game
Come out and cheer on your favorite former Saints as the Carroll College Women’s basketball program hosts their alumni vs alumni game. The game tip-off will begin at 5:30 p.m. To secure a spot in this year’s game, contact Head Coach, Rachelle Sayers, at rsayers@carroll.edu program. Free
PE Center
5–7 p.m.Soirée en Blanc Dinner sponsored by the French Department
Join us for a Parisian-style dinner in white... with a twist! $25. Find out more
Campus Center North Lawn
7–8:30 p.m.Saints at Sunset Welcome Social and Check-in
Gather with fellow classmates, friends and Carroll families at the weekend kick-off social. Enjoy this opportunity to meet Dr. John and Victoria Cech. Pick up your pre-registration ticket packets and get more details of the weekend's festivities.  Free
South Lawn Adjacent to St. Albert's Hall
8 p.m.Comedy Show
Enjoy a night of laughter with the current Carroll Students at the comedy show featuring Chris James. Free.
FLEX Theatre
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
8:30–11 a.m.Athletic Hall of Fame Breakfast
Celebrating our 2018 inductees: Kyle Baker ’06, Football; Sinan Guler ’04, Basketball; Bryan Hilborn ’94, Football; Owen Koeppen ’09, Football; Andrea (Hall) Theis ’06, Basketball; Stacey (Phillipe) Wine ’99, Volleyball; the 2003-04 Women’s Basketball Team; and the 2004-05 Women’s Basketball Team.  Adults $20.00 Children $12.00
Campus Center lower level
9 a.m.Campus Tour
See all that is new on Carroll's campus. The tour will include the Hunthausen Activity Center, All Saints Chapel and St. John Vianney and St. Alfred the Great Apartments. Free
Meet at St. Albert's Hall
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.Helena Farmers' MarketDowntown Helena
10:30 a.m.Parent and Student Mass
With Fr. Marc Lenneman. Join us in faith and celebration.
All Saints Chapel
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.Tailgate Party
Come together at this family centered event for a bite to eat and show your Carroll spirit for out Fighting Saints. Free
Fighting Saints Plaza (between the PE Center and the HAC)
1–4 p.m.Football: Saints vs. Southern Oregon University
Half-time activities include the introduction of Homecoming Royalty and 2018 inductees to the Athletics Hall of Fame and the all school bed races. If you would like to put together a bed race team please contact Patrick Harris at pharris@carroll.edu. The number of teams are limited enter your team right away! Ticket prices vary.
Nelson Stadium
5 p.m.Dinner out with family and friendsHelena-area
7 p.m.Mimeprov
Enjoy the entertainment of Carroll's student-led improvisational comedy troupe who focus on short-form improv scenes. No two shows are alike but laughter is ;guaranteed at every performance! Free
FLEX Theatre
8–10 p.m.Swing Dance
Dance the night away at this all school event. Previous swing dance experience not needed. There will be students on hand to show you how it's done! Free
Campus Center upper level
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
7–9 a.m.HAC open for Alumni and Parents
Take this special opportunity to explore all the new activity center has to offer the current Carroll students. This opportunity is available for Homecoming and Family Weekend only. Open to those who are 18 and over. Free
Hunthausen Activity Center
9 a.m.Mass
Join us in faith and celebration.
All Saints Chapel
10:30–11:30 a.m.Alumni, Family and Friends Farewell Brunch
Wrap up the weekend among new and old friends. Adults 9.65 Children $7.00
Campus Center STAC

Back to School!

Below is a list of courses that you may attend Friday afternoon.  The professors are happy to welcome you into their classroom.

  • BI-201 Intro to Human A & P - 12:00 PM, O'Connell 107, A. Carlson
  • CO-101 Basic Communication - 12:00 PM, KTVH - TV Station, A. Hansen
  • FR-304 Intro to France Civilization - 2:00 PM, ST Charles 017, A. Renck
  • PSY-228 Adolescent Psychology - 12:00 PM, Simperman 106, J. Nolen
  • BI-201 Intro to Human A & P - 1:00 PM, O'Connell 107, A. Carlson
  • CH-101 General Chemistry - 1:00 PM, Simperman 101, J. Kessler
  • DS-325 Adv Stats for Data Science - 1:00 PM, Simperman 231, E. Sullivan
  • ED-350 Middle School Teaching - 1:00 PM, O'Connell 119, K. Gilboy
  • FR-203 Intermediate French - 1:00 PM, ST Charles 017, A. Renck
  • NU-308 Pathophysiology & Pharmacology - 1:00 PM, O'Connell 101, M. Brosnan
  • ILC-389 Understanding the Holocaust - 2:00 PM, O'Connell 101, J. McManus

Please Note: Only 6 people can attend the HOLOCAUST class as there are 6 discussion groups.