Monsignor Joseph Harrington Granted President Emeritus Status
We are pleased to announce that Carroll College’s Board of Trustees has granted President Emeritus status to Monsignor Joseph Harrington ‘52, the first person in the college’s history to receive this recognition. Msgr.
On September 18, 2019, several Carroll College senior nursing students attended the Montana Public Health Association (MPHA) Conference in Bozeman, Montana. This was an optional experience for those enrolled in Nu414: Community & Public Health Nursing.
HELENA – The recipients of the 2019 Carroll College Insignis Award are Mr. Gene Mallette '71, and Mrs. Mary Lou Mallette ‘71. The Mallettes will be presented with this award on behalf of the college at the Founder’s Gala on November 1, 2019.
Carroll College has been selected as a 2020 Hidden Gem in a recent announcement by College Raptor, a leading college planning platform that helps families discover college matches driven by AI algorithms to find the best colleges at the best price.
Carroll Breaking Ground With New Perkins Call Canine Center
HELENA, MT – Carroll College is pleased to announce that a groundbreaking ceremony for the Perkins Call Canine Center, which will house the rapidly-expanding anthrozoology (ANZ) program and provide state-of-the-art facilities for canine research and training, will be
Melissa Kwasny, a part-time English professor at Carroll College and a widely published author, has been selected as one of the two of Montana’s poet laureates for 2019-2021. A poet laureate is a poet appointed every two years by the governor of Montana as a
Carroll, UM Partner on Accelerated Graduate Degrees
HELENA – The University of Montana and Carroll College have launched two partnerships to help students obtain graduate degrees in less time and at a lower cost than traditional paths. The new public-private partnerships are a first for both institutions.