Press Releases

Engineers Without Borders Shamrock Soiree Graphic

03/01/2018

Shamrock Soiree set for Friday, March 23

02/23/2018

Carroll College Announces Presidential Search Finalists

February 13, 2018

HELENA – Carroll College has announced its two finalists for President of Carroll College, Dr. John Cech of Helena, Montana, and Dr. Thomas Powell of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The two candidates will visit campus the week of February 19.

The Laramie Project Graphic

01/31/2018

Carroll Theatre presents The Laramie Project

HELENA – Carroll College Theatre is producing The Laramie Project, by Moises Kaufman and The Tectonic Theater Project.

Smiling students walk on Carroll's sunny campus

01/03/2018

Carroll info programs in WA, OR from Jan 21-28

Carroll College is hitting the road and we want to meet you!

First-Year Talking Saints Graphic

12/06/2017

First-Year Talking Saints Shine in Oregon

HELENA – The Carroll College Talking Saints won 38 awards and finished third in sweepstakes at the Mahaffey tournament at Linfield College in Oregon on November 10-12.

Fortin Science Center

12/05/2017

Carroll College Presidential Search Underway

HELENA – Carroll College has begun a national search for its 18th president.

Talking Saints Win graphic

11/09/2017

Carroll Talking Saints Clean Up in Wyoming

HELENA – The Carroll Talking Saints forensics team swept to victory at the Northwest College Trapper Rendezvous, held in Powell, Wyoming, November 3-4.

International Education Week Graphic

11/02/2017

Carroll Hosts International Education Week

Talking Saints, Becca Poliquin and Tori Hill, Win graphic

10/27/2017

Talking Saints Take on Three Cities & Two Countries

HELENA – In a tale of three cities, the Carroll College Talking Saints Forensics Team won awards at three separate tournaments in two countries held in Denver, Calgary and Spokane on October 20-22.

St. Charles Hall with a purple cast and Carroll College Logo

10/27/2017

Carroll Not Hosting Community Halloween Trick or Treat Event

HELENA – Carroll College will not be hosting their annual Halloween community trick or treat and haunted house in Guadalupe Hall this year.