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CARROLL COLLEGE HELENA, MONTANA Mission, Core Themes and Achievement Indicators
Seven paragraphs Approved by Board of Trustees in 1978 Revisited by community in 1998 & 2002 Carroll College Mission
Liberal arts learning community Catholic values and traditions Dual goal: Vocation and Enlightenment Open to diversity of people and thought Carroll College Mission Elements
Carroll College Core Themes Manifest Academic Excellence Embody Catholic Identity Integrate Community Life Exemplify Stewardship
Core Theme Mission Academic Excellence “dedicated to providing for its students the means for their full realization of a dual goal of vocation and enlightenment” Carroll College
Core Theme Mission Catholic Identity “standing fast by the teachings of the Catholic Church” Carroll College
Core Theme Mission Community Life “providing for the intellectual, imaginative and social awareness of its students” Carroll College
Core Theme Mission Stewardship “rededicates its spiritual, academic and social resources to the service of the citizens in Montana, its home, and of the worldwide family of humanity” Carroll College
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