Carroll College

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1601 N Benton Ave
Helena, MT 59625

Carroll College is a Catholic diocesean liberal arts college founded in 1909, one of an elite, small corps of Catholic diocesan colleges in the U.S.\r\nCarroll offers excellence in education and far more. Dedicated to making the difference, Carroll students and professors are people of action in service to the human family. Being involved is a personal decision, and most Carroll faculty, staff and students choose to volunteer their time to help others less fortunate. In your four years at Carroll, you will have a professor who has served in the Peace Corps or another volunteer organization. You will study among top minds with a conscience and a commitment to making the world a better place, one selfless act at a time. It’s called service learning, and it’s a foundation of the Carroll College experience.\r\n\r\nThe commitment to selfless service naturally extends to the classroom. At Carroll, faculty put students first and go the extra mile to assure students do well in their courses. They make it a point to get to know their students and invest in their success. Because of faculty support, Carroll students enjoy extraordinary acceptance rates to medical schools and law and business graduate programs. Our graduates also have an outstanding reputation, allowing them to enter highly paid careers in nursing, business, accounting, the media, politics, teaching, scientific research and engineering right out of college or, if they choose, continue on to the best professional programs in the nation. \r\n\r\nThe philosophy of putting students first applies to every department on campus, from student housing and community life to class registration and financial aid. At Carroll, the staff knows students by name and attends to their individual needs. Best of all, the Carroll educational experience is affordable because of its generous financial aid packages. \r\n\r\nCarroll ensures a student’s education is ‘Non scholae sed vitae — not for school alone but for life.’\r\n\r\n

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