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Carroll College

Montana, United States
Campus setting Urban
Living cost RM 4,432 per month
Student population Small (1,000 or less)
International students 1%
Institution type Private

About Carroll College

Carroll College is a private institution that accommodates liberal arts and pre-professional courses for students in Montana’s capital city of Helena. It has an undergraduate student enrollment of 1500 with 25 international students from 17 countries. Being a Catholic institution, they are open to all faiths in their show of embracing diversity. Over the many years since its establishment in 1909, Carroll has obtained regional and even national awards for its prestigious academic programs, particularly in the departments of accounting, biology, civil engineering, and mathematics.

Joining Carroll College has allowed their graduates to have better employment prospective nationwide and even being selected to the most high-esteemed graduate schools around. In fact, for almost 3 years in a row, Carroll has been #1 in US News and World Report in 2015 Regional Colleges West rankings.

Joining Carroll College has allowed their graduates to have better employment prospective nationwide and even being selected to the most high-esteemed graduate schools around. In fact, for almost 3 years in a row, Carroll has been #1 in US News and World Report in 2015 Regional Colleges West rankings. In 2015 Regional Colleges West Best Value Schools rankings, this institution has been listed as number 2 and showcasing well over forty majors for future students to choose from, internship offerings, a well-organised coop program, and an outstanding student support. All in all, this shows how Carroll College makes an excellent choice for students who are seeking for a comfortable, supportive, and friendly study location.

Campus information

Carrol College offers students with excellent learning experience as well as their time outside of classrooms. With 60,000 people living in Helena, Montana, students can easily get around the area and immerse themselves in the local cultural activities. Even from the campus grounds, students can take a short walk downtown for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

There are also plenty of outdoor activities that await students outside of campus. A year-round of recreational opportunities such as river rafting, mountain climbing, skiing, and snowshoeing in the different seasons are available for student participation. Students can also drop by at Yellowstone National Park that is 2.5 hours away by car and Glacier National Park that is 3.5 hours by car.

Accommodation

To accommodate the living needs of their students, Carroll’s residence halls are built and designed to help students in any to meet both their personal and academic achievements. Several of the general facilities that are provided in rooms and suites here include computer network ports and cable TV hook-ups. Each hall features a computer lab with academic software that students may find useful for class projects or assignments.

Guadalupe Hall

  • Home to 350 residents
  • St. Mary Wing – for female students with double occupancy rooms and triple occupancy rooms
  • St. Joseph Wing – for male students with double occupancy rooms and triple occupancy rooms
  • Lounge in Guadalupe Hall – meetings, studying, enjoying music, and relaxation
  • Wellness Center -  counseling and health services
  • Computer lab, study spaces, community kitchen and laundry facilities throughout the building

Borromeo Hall

  • Offered to the second year and above
  • For students who want ‘quiet residence’
  • Single rooms and are close to classrooms, labs, dining hall and students’ activities
  • Has offices, classrooms, and home to the Talking Saints Forensics team

St. Charles Hall

  • Home to 250 first and second-year students in the main and south wings
  • Room options: Single, double, and triple-occupancy rooms
  • Rooms vary in size and shape, some are carpeted, has wood flooring, or tiled

Trinity Hall

  • Has 9-month housing contract (Begins in August)
  • 51 four-person suites
  • Bathroom with separate vanities & fully furnished kitchens
  • Fully furnished living room

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Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 2 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 1 Engineering 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 4 Mass Communication & Media 2

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