Carthage College News

  • Natural and Social Sciences Colloquium April 29: A Taste for Poison
    Dr. Neil Bradbury, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at Rosalind Franklin University visits Carthage to talk about his recent book, A Taste for Poison.  He will speak on Monday, April 29 at 4:05 pm in the Sladek Distinguished Science Forum (DSC 163).  All are invited to attend.  Light refreshments will be served before the seminar. more...
  • Join us for Community Worship and Catholic Mass this Sunday
    Come to Sunday Worship. more...
  • Sophie Swallow speaks to Carthage Latin American Heritage students about cultural and personal growth

    Sophie Swallow, President John Swallow's daughter, met with and spoke to students in Professor Mimi Yang's Latin American Heritage class about cultural and personal growth.

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  • Parking permits available May 15
    Residential, commuter, and off-campus student permits are available for purchase online through the check-in portal on Wednesday, May 15. more...
  • Carthage alumna Anna Szymczak ’10 speaks at Iota Iota Iota induction ceremony, 13 Carthage students inducted

    The Women's and Gender Studies Program inducted 13 students into the Iota Iota Iota National Honor Society on Wednesday, April 17.

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  • Sick of April (snow!) showers? Seek shelter in the Writing Center!
    Come into the Writing Center; it's warm and dry! more...
  • Scholarships are in the air!
    Some of these scholarships are due soon — act quickly so you don't miss out! more...
  • CAB, ASC, BSU, and LGBT-SA showing film ‘Moonlight’ Saturday
    Carthage Activities Board, Advocates for Social Change, Black Student Union, and LGBT-SA will be showing "Moonlight" at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24 and Saturday, April 27 at 5:30 in the Campbell Student Union Auditorium. more...
  • Women and Politics course available for Fall 2019
    Are you looking for an interesting course to take fall semester? Do you need a social science distribution class? Women and Politics (POL/WMG 3200) is offered at 9:50 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays during Fall 2019. more...
  • Prof. Tracy Gartner selected as Chair-Elect for the education section of the Ecological Society of America
    Tracy Gartner, Professor of Environmental Science and Biology, has been selected as Chair-Elect for the Education Section of the Ecological Society of America. more...
  • Clausen Center sponsors guest lecturer and open talk ‘Arts of Africa and Music of Africa’ May 8
    The Clausen Center is sponsoring a guest lecturer and open talks on music and arts of Africa. more...
  • Spring Family Weekend is this weekend! See the full schedule
    Families are invited to join their students at Carthage for a weekend of fun, theatre, athletics, and more! more...
  • Ninth annual Celebration of Scholars is this Friday!
    Carthage will hold the ninth annual Celebration of Scholars on Friday, April 26. All students, families, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community are invited to this celebration of student and faculty research, scholarship, and creativity. more...
  • Attend the 2019 Beacon Awards this Saturday
    Join us in honoring six alumni who have been recognized as recipients of the 2019 Carthage Beacon Awards on Saturday, April 27, 2019. more...

Carthage College Events

  • Adult Education: Last day to withdraw from a course (Spring II Term)
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  • Spring Family Weekend
    Carthage invites families to campus April 26-28, 2019, for Spring Family Weekend.  more...
  • Afternoon Visit Day
    Visit Days are group tours for prospective Carthage students, offered on specific days year-round. Learn about the Carthage curriculum, campus, admissions process, financial aid, and more. Sign up today! more...
  • Carthage College Women’s Track and Field at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Drake Alternative
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  • Carthage College Men’s Track and Field at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Drake Alternative
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