1601 N Benton Ave, Helena, MT 59625
Carroll College is a private, Catholic college in Helena, MT. Admission is not very selective, as the acceptance rate is 78%. It ranks #357 in America on our best colleges list. It is a smaller sized college with full-time enrollment of 1,351 students. Carroll provides 36 majors across six academic disciplines. The most routinely chosen majors are Nursing, Biology, and Rehabilitation and Therapy, which when pooled amount to 28% of students. It has strong accounting, political science, health professions and international relations programs, all ranking first in Montana. In addition, Carroll College comes in 1st in MT on our best Catholic colleges and top private universities lists. For students with residences in Montana, tuition runs $37,260 a year. Non-Montana residents have to lay out $33,711 a year. It is worth mentioning that 100% of Carroll students receive at least some grant or scholarship funding. 70% of Carroll College undergraduates walk on graduation day, ready to set foot in the labor market. Two years after receiving their diplomas, graduates earn a median salary of $37,400. After four additional years of experience, the alumni's median annual salary rises 22.7% to $45,900, which is 14.5% higher than the national median salary. Applying students may also want to hear that you are considered but not required to submit letters of recommendation with your application and Carroll's students' scores on the ACT writing segment most often range from 6 to 9. Furthermore, Carroll offers a study abroad program, and 32% of classes are relatively small, with 20 to 39 students. With regard for your cash flow, be aware that 21% of undergraduates receive Pell grants. Respecting demographics, Black undergraduates make up 1% of the student body and 14% of the student body are between the ages of 22 and 24. With respect to life on campus, 59% of undergraduates live in on-campus housing. In closing, six years after receiving their diplomas, 9% of alumni are unemployed and six years after receiving their degrees, the lowest-earning fourth of graduates take home $29,700 or less.
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