Carroll College (Montana)

Carroll College (Montana)

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Carroll College is a private Catholic liberal arts college in Helena, Montana, USA.

Carroll was founded in 1909 by John P. Carroll, second Bishop of the Diocese of Helena, Montana. It was originally called Mount St. Charles College to honor St. Charles Borromeo. It was founded as an all-men's liberal arts college with an emphasis on preparing men for careers in the priesthood, law, medicine, teaching and engineering. It is now coeducational.

In 1932 the college was renamed in honor of its founder. Today Carroll College is private, Catholic, liberal arts and preprofessional college. The school has earned top national and regional awards for its academic programs, including its biology, civil engineering, nursing, and mathematics departments

Carroll's colors are purple and gold. The school teams are the Fighting Saints.

Points of distinction

  • Listed in Barron's Best Buys 2006 Edition

  • Renowned for its annual school-wide Softball Weekend

  • Carroll College Forensics: The Carroll College Talking Saints speech and debate team is currently #1 in their region, with 20 running regional championships and over 40 regional tournament championships. In 1999, the Talking Saints captured their first national title in parliamentary debate by winning the season sweepstakes of the......
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