The Corette Library is the sole library on the Carroll College campus. The current building was completed in 1979, and is named after long time supporters Jack and Sallie Corette.
The Library provides access to electronic databases and thousands of electronic periodicals and print periodicals, and 160,000 monographs. Other facilities include conference and study rooms, classrooms, computers, printers, scanners, and photocopiers.
The Library's primary mission is to support the research needs of Carroll faculty, staff, and students. The general public is welcome to use certain Library resources with limited privileges.
Carroll College's yearbook collection spans seven decades, and is frequently requested by both Carroll Alumni and members of the community. The yearbooks provide a record of the student body, faculty, and student life; taken as a whole, the collection provides a record of academic life in Montana. Many issues contain photographic materials found nowhere else in our collections.
The Prospector - Carroll College Newspaper
This newspaper is available on Montana Newspapers.
The Prospector, the student-produced Carroll College newspaper, began publication in 1911. From its founding in 1909 until 1932 the College’s name was Mount St. Charles College. Until 1922, the Prospector consisted of articles on historical and contemporary topics, poetry, and a small amount of local news and reportage on College athletics. From September 1975 through April 1977 the newspaper changed its name to The Tumbleweed; it continued as The Prospector in September 1977. The newspaper is not published during the summer and has been issued irregularly, with anywhere from two to twelve issues within the academic year.