Located in Helena, Montana, Carroll College is a leading Catholic, diocesan liberal arts and pre-professional four-year institution.  Bishop John P. Carroll, second bishop of Helena, established Carroll College in 1909, which was originally christened Mount St. Charles College. In 1932, the college was renamed in honor of its founder.

The college's mission is to provide its 1,500 students an academically rigorous, affordable education incorporating service outreach and study abroad.  Carroll's nationally ranked and award-winning for its academic quality and outstanding programs, including pre-med, nursing, civil engineering, natural sciences and mathematics.


Public Art at Carroll College

Sladich Fountain - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
Sladich Fountain - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
Madonna Angelica - artist Paul Mullally
Madonna Angelica - artist Paul Mullally
Mary Seat of Wisdom
Mary Seat of Wisdom
Chardin Roundel #5 - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
Chardin Roundel #5 - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
The Arrival - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
The Arrival - artist Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
Kirchen Pastoral Center - artists Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen & Troy Barry
Kirchen Pastoral Center - artists Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen & Troy Barry
Kirchen Pastoral Center - artists Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen
Kirchen Pastoral Center - artists Rev. Daniel Peter Hillen