Malmo, Julia

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Admission Counselor

    Territory: 
  • Helena, Montana
  • Northern Montana
  • SouthWestern Montana
  • Utah
  • Southern Idaho

Why I think you'll love Carroll College

Not for school, but for life. Honestly, our school motto describes why Carroll College is such a special place. Professors go out of their way to get to know each student and to help students succeed inside and outside of the classroom. Classes, assignments, and projects are designed to prepare students for life after Carroll College, whether that be graduate programs or starting a career. Carroll also encourages students to grow in other ways as well. Through campus ministry, there are many opportunities for students to find and grow in faith including retreats, on-campus mass, men and women faith groups, and small groups in residence halls. There are many ways to get involved at Carroll on and off campus through numerous clubs and events. From learning to fly fish or ski to auditioning for the campus musical, students are encouraged to participate in new activities and to step out of their comfort zone. There are also several
opportunities to study abroad from two-week long faculty lead trips to semester-long or year-long programs.

When I was looking at colleges, I was afraid of being “just a number” but that couldn’t be farther from the experience I had at Carroll. From the day I stepped on campus I became part of the Carroll family and got to know my fellow students and professors who would support me during the next four years and beyond. As a student, I was not only able to pursue an education but deepen my Catholic faith, develop professional and personal skills, explore Big Sky country, and make lifelong friends. I came to Carroll College for an education, but I am so blessed that I received so much more.