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New Endowed Anthrozoology Professorship Established

Photo: Susan F. Raunig and Gregory V. Roeben

Graphic for Dr. Robert Swartout


New Endowed Scholarship Honors Professor Emeritus Dr. Robert Swartout

HELENA – Carroll College is pleased to announce the establishment of a new endowed scholarship named in honor of Dr. Robert Swartout Jr., professor emeritus of history at Carroll College. The Dr.

Stock Transfer Instructions

When transferring stock to Carroll College, please do the following:

a)  Alert the College (Candace Cain or Dan Minor) of the name of the stock and the number of shares.


Carroll Receives Grant to Establish Ministry Internships

HELENA– Carroll College has received a grant of $41,580 from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust to establish the Vision & Call Ministry Internship Program.


Carroll College Hires New Director of Annual Giving

August 11, 2016

Gayle Agostinelli Retires After 24 Years at Carroll


Carroll College Receives $1.5 Million Gift for Global Education Programs

Gustavo ArtazaHELENA – Carroll College is pleased to announce that Gustavo J.


Carroll Receives Grant to Broaden Constitutional Studies Program

HELENA – Carroll College’s Constitutional Studies program was recently awarded $25,000 from the Apgar Foundation to support programming during the 2016-17 academic year entitled, "Executive Authority and Constitutional Government." It is the second an


Downsy Day celebrated at Carroll on April 15th

Friday, April 15th, 2016 is "Downsy" Day at Carroll College! April 15th is not just a day for paying back (Tax Day), but for paying it forward! You are invited to complete a random act of kindness in whatever way inspires you.


Carroll Receives Over $4.2 Million in Year-End Gifts

HELENA – In an exceptional demonstration of generosity and philanthropy, Carroll College is excited to announce the receipt of over $4.2 million in end-of-year gifts to the college.


Carroll College Receives $100,000 Grant from William Randolph Hearst Foundations

HELENA–The William Randolph Hearst Foundations has awarded Carroll College a grant in the amount of $100,000 to further develop the humanities program at Carroll.