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Carroll String Ensemble Performing Spring Concert

HELENA - The Department of Fine Arts at Carroll College will present a free concert given by the 

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COVID-19 Update: April 16, 2021

Dear Students, 

Fable Me This, Aesop!


Theatre Producing COVID- and Kid-Friendly Production of Aesop

Carroll College Theatre Producing COVID- and Kid-Friendly Production of Fable Me This, Aesop!

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Murgel Receives Harrington (ANAVICUS) Scholarship

Carroll College junior communications and public relations major Emily Murgel of Westminster, CO, has received a $1,500 Reverend Frank Lawrence Harrington (ANAVICUS) Scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Josh Mansfield and Hellie Badaruddin


The Road to Nationals for Talking Saints

HELENA – The Carroll College Talking Saints advanced three teams to the championship rounds of the Western States Debate Championships hosted in (virtual) Denver on March 28-29. Senior Josh Mansfield of Pocatello, Idaho, and sophomore Hellie Badaruddin of Missoula, finished second.

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Glowienka appointed as Senior VP of Academic Affairs and Dean

Jennifer Glowienka, Ph.D., appointed as Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College

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COVID-19 Update: April 7, 2021

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

We want our students to be aware of two opportunities now available to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Guns on Campus - Important Presidential Update

Dear Carroll Faculty, Staff, and Students:

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Carroll College Awards $165,000 in Scholarships

HELENA – Carroll College recently awarded $165,000 in scholarships to 15 students through the Elsie P. Corette Memorial Scholarship as well as the Roy F. Simperman Math, Science, and Nursing Scholarships.

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COVID-19 Update: March 17, 2021

Hard to believe we are at the one-year anniversary of COVID having altered our way of life. March 17, 2020, was the day we moved all our classes to remote delivery.