Resources and Links

On Campus Resources

Carroll Counseling Services: Veterans Counseling Veterans

The counseling available at Carroll is free and confidential. Counseling Services is located in the Wellness Center in the basement of Guadalupe Hall. Make an appointment by calling (406) 447-5441 or just stop by. The time it takes to get an appointment is relatively short, usually within a week, and emergencies are handled the same day.

For more information visit Carroll College Counseling Services.

NOTE:  Carroll Counseling Services is in no way in collaboration with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.  Only you can authorize the release of your records to the VA if you so choose to do so.

Carroll Financial Aid

At Carroll, there are a number of resources available to you, even if you and your family can only afford to pay a portion of your college expenses. Financial aid options include loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs.

The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a consumer tool created by the Obama Administration to help simplify the information consumers receive about costs and financial aid, so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school. You may view a sample shopping sheet and obtain additional information by visiting the U.S. Department of Education Website

Loan Default Rates (Cohort Default Rates)

Carroll College has one of the lowest student loan default rates in the country.  There are two reasons for the low student loan default rate.  One reason is that our students get great jobs and have success after graduation.  The other reason is that our graduates receive good advice on loan debt and repayment, and they are prepared for what happens next.  Students utilizing VA educational benefits or DoD Tuition Assistance will receive a Shopping Sheet disclosing Carroll College's most recent LDR/CDR rates.  In the event that Carroll's student loan default rate exceeds the national average, student's will be notified accordingly and Carroll College will implement reductive measures in accordance with the U.S. Department of Education and Title IV of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended.  

For more information regarding student loan default rates, please visit the links below or contact the Financial Aid Office at (406) 447-5425.

Financially Wise

Step 2 of aid process

Loan repayment page

Accessibility Services

Carroll is committed to helping students with disabilities experience and enjoy equal access throughout their college career. 

The purpose of the accessibility services office is to create equal access for students with disabilities to the full college experience in and out of the classroom. In order to ensure that students with disabilities can experience and enjoy equal access throughout their college career, faculty, staff, and administrators are provided with guidance and training regarding their specific roles.

If you believe that you need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability, please contact Kelly Zimmerman, Director of Accessibility Services, in order to discuss your specific needs and to determine a reasonable accommodation plan.  In order to receive support services for a disability, you will need to fill out our application and include thorough and up-to-date documentation of the disability. 

Contact Kelly Zimmerman, Director of Accessibility Services, 119 Borromeo Hall at (406) 447-4470 or

Testing Services

Located in Borromeo Hall-Room 118A, the Testing Center offers students the ability to schedule make-up exams and exams with accessibility accommodations.  For additional information, please email or visit their website.

Veteran Student Policies and Forms

Wondering how mobilization or activation can affect your academic career while enrolled at Carroll?  Learn more about how Carroll can help you minimize the effects of mobilization and activation by visiting Carroll's Deployment Policy.   

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