Carthage College News

  • Sarah Schmidt ’20 recognized for earning All-American honors in track and field
    Carthage's Sarah Schmidt '20 earned All-American honors in two events at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field meet in May. more...
  • Prof. Cassie Lau offers advice on unemployment, job training in Wisconsin
    Economics professor Cassie Lau gives insight into unemployment and job training in Wisconsin. more...
  • Alumna Alyson Eisch ’99 named new principal at Woods Elementary School in Lake Geneva
    Carthage alumna Alyson Eisch '99 has been named the new principal at Woods Elementary School in Lake Geneva, Wis. more...
  • Carthage baseball student athletes volunteer as umpires to help save Kenosha Little League season
    Carthage baseball players volunteered as umpires in order to save the Kenosha Little League season. more...
  • New summer hours for Einstein’s
    To better serve the Carthage community and guests, Einstein's will have new operating hours starting Monday, June 24. more...
  • Oh no! Writing Center scheduling system down!
    WCOnline, the online scheduling program for the Writing Center, is currently refusing log in requests from Carthage. The problem has not yet been diagnosed, but is being worked on. more...
  • Carthage tailgate at Kenosha Kingfish game July 26
    Join us for a Carthage tailgate at the Kenosha Kingfish game on Friday, July 26. Purchase tickets by Thursday, July 4 to be entered into a drawing to throw the first pitch of the game. more...
  • The Writing Center is available for students taking summer courses
    The Writing Center is here to help your students on campus and online and will be open this summer for those taking summer courses. more...
  • Receive a 2 percent rebate for full tuition payment submitted prior to July 1
    You asked and we listened! Back by popular demand, the Office of Student Accounts will offer a 2 percent rebate to students who pay the full academic year's tuition prior to Monday, July 1. more...
  • Alumni share #MyJobInSixPics
    Carthage graduates are successful NASA engineers, doctors, lawyers, professors, designers, researchers, actors, and entrepreneurs. We've challenged our alumni to share six pics from their workplaces, to show exactly how achievable your dream career is when you aspire like a Carthaginian. more...
  • Prof. Joy Mast presents her climate and fire model research at North American Forest Ecology conference
    Professor Joy Nystrom Mast presented at the North American Forest Ecology Conference in Arizona. She was an invited speaker on a special session, presenting a research talk entitled"Modeling high-severity fire, drought, and climate change impacts in Ponderosa Pine regeneration." more...
  • Students: How did you choose your major?
    Did you switch your major multiple times? Did it take you a while to figure out "what you wanted to be when you grew up," or did you always know what your major would be? We want to know how you decided on your major(s) and minor(s)! Your submission may be used in a feature on the Carthage website. more...
  • Carthage hosting visitations for fallen Racine police officer John Hetland this week

    On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, Carthage will host the public visitation for Officer John D. Hetland, 49, of the Racine Police Department from 3 to 7 p.m. in A. F. Siebert Chapel.

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  • Fall law and economics class still has openings
    If you are thinking of a law school, or want to enhance your understanding of the economy and society, consider taking the class on law and economics! more...

Carthage College Events

  • Carthage at Summerfest
    Summerfest® is the World's Largest Music Festival®, and friends, families, students, alumni, and friends of Carthage can experience it for free. more...
  • Adult Education: Last day to ADD a course (Summer II Term)
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  • Private College Week
    Visit us during Wisconsin's Private College Week: July 8-13, 2019. Learn about the Carthage curriculum, campus, admissions process, financial aid, and more. Sign up today! more...
  • Morning 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. Some visit days include a free lunch. Sign up today! 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...

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