Press Releases

Frati Receives Harrington (ANAVICUS) Scholarship


Frati Receives Harrington (ANAVICUS) Scholarship

Carroll College junior nursing major Shannon Frati of Wasilla, AK, has received a $1,500 Reverend Frank Lawrence Harrington (ANAVICUS) Scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year.

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COVID-19 Update: March 13, 2022

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff,

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COVID-19 Update: February 23, 2022

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff,

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Carroll College Receives Grant for Accelerated Nursing and Social Work Scholarships

HELENA – Carroll College will be awarded a $440,000 grant from the state of Montana through its investment in the Accelerate Montana rapid workforce training program.

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Gov. Gianforte and Carroll Hosting Press Event Announcing State Grant for Allied Health Scholarships


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COVID-19 Update: February 11, 2022

Dear Students, Faculty, & Staff,

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Coverage of Carroll's first-of-its-kind research on Moscow Mules

Carroll College has received widespread coverage of the Chemistry Department's first-of-its-kind research on Moscow Mules via Kaiser Health News as well through

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Ways to Support Nursing Student Tricia McCullough

Carroll College nursing student Tricia McCullough was severely injured when her vehicle rolled over in December and continues her recovery at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Spokane after being transferred from St. Patrick’s in Missoula.

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COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing through BCBS

This is a benefit for employees who are enrolled in Carroll's medical insurance through Blue Cross. It provides for the following and there is a claim form that would need to be submitted by the health plan participant.

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Tradition of Excellence: Talking Saints Extend Streak to 32 Years

HELENA – Unphased by having 11 students and two coaches in quarantine from positive COVID tests, the Talking Saints team earned its 32nd straight Northwest Forensics Conference regional title, shared this year with Boise State University and Lewis & Clark College.