Carroll College Reviews
Carroll College provided me with the best four years of my life (thus far). The school itself is incredibly historic and beautiful. There is so much rich history here, it is a joy just walking through the halls. The student to faculty ratio at Carroll is about 11:1, which allows for more than enough one on one interaction and help from your professors. Every single professor that I have taken a class from at Carroll has established a genuine relationship with students and you can honestly tell that they truly want to see you succeed. The coursework can be rigorous, but it is well worth it in the end. After graduating from Carroll College I feel as if I am more than prepared to enter graduate school or the work force. This school will genuinely prepare you for real life, while providing a top notch education. The vast majority of students are beyond friendly, and there is a place for everyone to fit in at Carroll College. There are numerous clubs and organizations that provide extracurricular opportunities to attend. The Health Sciences program has beyond qualified instructors who will provide you with all of the assistance you need to succeed. There was always an open office door that I could enter and to ask any questions. The community of Helena, Montana is also a unique place of attending Carroll. People here truly love Carroll College and love people who attend. You will find a plethora of support throughout the community, which makes securing internships and shadowing hours a relatively low stress process. Overall, Carroll College is a 10/10 in my eyes. I could not imagine my college experience being any better.
I attended Carroll College right out of high school and was amazed by the atmosphere on campus. it was much different than my high school because of the acceptance of diversity on campus. The professors were knowledgeable and genuinely wanted to teach their students. There were no courses I took that had a student teacher and it was a small enough environment that they knew you personally. However, the college is expensive if you do not receive financial aid, but it is worth it. Most students receive some amount of assistance.
The small class size has both pros and cons. Any problems you may have become "public information" very quickly, and it's hard to jump back from any setback because every professor knows you. Really a place for those who are outgoing to shine, but if you are shy, you don't have very many opportunities still.