Professors at Carroll are leaders in their fields, winning prestigious Fulbright Scholarships and awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts. Undergraduate research and facilities on campus are funded by many sources, including the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust, the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Education.
In volunteer service work, Carroll students have won national and international recognition from organizations including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Engineers Without Borders, Rotary International and the American Society of Civil Engineers. In extracurricular competitions, the college's Talking Saints forensics team is ranked 15th in the nation and has reigned as Northwest Champions for 19 straight years.
Carroll College of Montana is a Catholic, diocesan liberal arts college that offers a comprehensive curriculum, which combines liberal arts, professional studies and a dedication to cultural understanding, spiritual awareness and social action. Carroll graduates emerge as creative problem solvers and engaged citizens with the character and courage to succeed as tomorrow's leaders. We welcome students of all faiths to Carroll College. Our dedicated faculty and staff are committed to preparing students for careers while providing for the intellectual, spiritual, moral, personal, and social development of each student. We offer outstanding academic programs and our small size, safe campus, and wonderful location create a special place in which to study.
*Great Location Near to the Most Beautiful National Parks*
With a population of around 60,000, Helena http://www.helenachamber.com/, the capital city of Montana, is easy to get around, but large enough to offer outstanding cultural activities. Carroll is located in the heart of Helena. From campus you can walk to downtown for shopping, dining and entertainment. Enjoy year round recreational opportunities including river rafting and hiking in the summer and skiing and snow boarding in the winter. Mt. Helena, where you can hike anytime, is about a twenty minute walk from campus.
*Scholarships for International Students*
Carroll offers generous academic scholarships. All prospective first year students who have applied and been admitted to Carroll are automatically considered for the following guaranteed minimum scholarships and awards based on official secondary school transcripts and test scores (SAT or ACT).
*First Year Scholarship Levels Are:*
*All Saints * *$8,000*
Scholarship decisions are made in mid-February. For consideration, please apply to Carroll by 15 February for entrance in August and by 15 October for entrance in January.
More information for International Students are available at
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