Carthage College News

  • Carthage College hosts International Conference on the Liberal Arts
    The Liberal Arts in the 21st Century. more...
  • Alumna Jeanette Kelly ’07 named new co-owner of Captain Mike’s Beer and Burger Bar in Kenosha
    Kenosha residents Michael and Jeanette Kelly '07 are the new co-owners of Captain Mike's Beer and Burger Bar in Kenosha. Mrs. Kelly served previously as vice president of operations for Mike's Restaurant Group, the former owner of the establishment.  more...
  • Azniv Khaligian ’22 selected for 2019 Armenian Relief Society UN summer internship program
    Carthage sophomore Azniv Khaligian '22 has been selected for the 2019 Armenian Relief Society UN summer internship program. She will begin the program in August 2019. more...
  • Rosey Robinson ’22 set to play Rizzo in ‘Grease’ at Racine Theatre Guild July 19-28
    Carthage sophomore Rosey Robinson '22 has been cast as Rizzo in the Racine Theatre Guild's production of 'Grease.' Performances take place July 19-28. more...
  • Center for Student Success welcomes Brandi and Jessica as new student success advisors

    The Center for Student Success is pleased to welcome Brandi France and Jessica Chung as new student success advisors as we prepare for the 2019-20 school year.

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  • Exploration Tuesday: Opioid Overdose Prevention tomorrow
    Please join us for Exploration Tuesday. Liz from the Kenosha County Division of Health will be here to show us how to administer Narcan to a person experiencing an opioid overdose. more...
  • Alumnus James Diamond ’17 named Rockford University’s head men’s and women’s cross country coach
    Carthage alumnus James Diamond '17 has been named Rockford University's new head men's and women's cross country coach. more...
  • Alumna Elisabeth Rutter ’17 transferred to Fehr Graham’s Sheboygan office
    Alumna Elisabeth Rutter '17, an environmental specialist at Fehr Graham, was transferred to Fehr Graham's Sheboygan office. more...
  • Participants needed for study on attentional failures to cybersecurity

    Professor Arryn Robbins and student Chad Bolman '20 are studying how failures of attention can cost companies millions of dollars each year, and they need participants for their study.

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  • 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...
  • SURE students: Tell us about your research!
    Are you a current SURE student? We want to hear about your summer research project. Fill out our form and you may be featured in Carthage communication materials. more...
  • Thank you for a successful Wisconsin Private College Week
    The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid says thank you to the entire campus community for welcoming our students and their guests during Wisconsin Private College Week! more...
  • Faculty Friday: 5 minutes with Cheryl Petersen
    Working with pediatric cancer patients at the end of their lives is one of the most difficult jobs there is. While hesitant to follow that path early in her career, Professor Cheryl Peterson now says she wouldn't have done anything differently. more...
  • We all scream for scholarships!
    Keep cool this summer with more scholarships! more...

Carthage College Events

  • Adult Education: Start Date (Summer II Term)
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  • Exploration Tuesday: Opioid Overdose Prevention
    Please join us for Exploration Tuesday. Liz from the Kenosha County Division of Health will be here to show us how to administer Narcan to a person experiencing an opioid overdose. more...
  • Nursing 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...
  • Exploration Tuesday: Tim Knutson Presents ‘Planned Giving Is Easier Than You Think’
    Please join us for Exploration Tuesday. Tim Knutson will tell us about options for planned giving. He will talk about plans that don't require legal counsel, plans that provide you with income, and things that you should best do as you retire or change jobs. more...
  • Adult Education: Last day to DROP a course (Summer II Term)
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