Carthage College News

  • Dennee named Fulbright Scholar to research music in Tanzania
    Dennee named Fulbright Scholar to research music in Tanzania. more...
  • Rented textbook returns
    Rented textbooks can be returned free by mail; however, UPS is not holding any packages, so books may be returned to the sender. Barnes & Noble at Carthage encourage all students to wait on sending returns until the bookstore reopens in mid-April. more...
  • Workday@Carthage continues to move forward
    The Workday@Carthage project Release 1 is continuing to progress in parallel with COVID-19 planning and online learning. more...
  • Paper pay stubs unavailable at this time
    Due to the current shelter in place directive, Carthage students, faculty, and staff will no longer receive "paper" pay stubs. more...
  • Words of encouragement from faculty and staff
    Carthage faculty and staff share messages of encouragement to students who are learning from home. more...
  • Imagine Fulbright: Congratulations to Jennifer Stumme ‘20 on selection for Fulbright Fellowship in Indonesia
    Jennifer Stumme '20 has been chosen as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant for the 2020-21 academic year! more...
  • Remote classes begin and will continue for the remainder of spring semester
    A letter from Carthage College President John Swallow: Based on the latest directives from public health authorities — including an indefinite statewide ban on gatherings of 10 or more people — and our overriding determination to protect the campus community, we've made the difficult decision to continue remote instruction for the rest of the spring semester. more...
  • Giving Day 2020 postponed
    In light of the extraordinary circumstances brought about by the spread of COVID-19, we have made the very difficult decision to postpone our 2020 Red & Ready Giving Day, originally scheduled for Thursday, March 26. more...
  • Carthage’s response to COVID-19: FAQs

    As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve rapidly, Carthage College has decided to extend our spring break for one week (March 16-20) and move to virtual instruction beginning on Monday, March 23. Virtual teaching and learning will continue through at least Thursday, April 9. Visit our FAQ page to find answers to questions you have regarding Carthage's response to COVID-19.

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  • Carthage’s COVID-19 Response
    Carthage College will extend spring break for another week and move to remote instruction beginning Monday, March 23. Remote teaching and learning will continue through at least Thursday, April 9. more...
  • Carthage launches Lincoln Forum for Liberal Arts
    Funding from the Jack Miller Center, along with the Uihlein and Creigh family foundations, supports new and enhanced programs focused on foundational texts. more...
  • New program lets practicing nurses complete BSN
    Applications are now being accepted for Carthage's new RN-to-BSN Program, which is designed for working nurses to complete their studies in as few as 21 months. more...
  • #MyJobInSixPics: Legal Reality Show
    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...
  • Carthage’s BDI program offers valuable degree in just 10 months
    Seniors, looking for your next step after graduation? Consider staying at Carthage for just one more year and earning your master's degree. The Business Design and Innovation (BDI) program offers a unique opportunity for you to obtain a valuable master's degree in less than one year, giving you a competitive advantage as you enter the workforce. more...

Carthage College Events

  • Second 7-week courses start
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  • Advising for Fall begins
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  • Adult Education: Start Date (Spring II Term)
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  • Afternoon Visit Day

    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, information sessions will be offered virtually for spring 2020 and will be approximately one hour long.

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  • Information Session: Bachelor’s Degree Program for Adults
    An information session about Carthage’s Adult Undergraduate Studies program will be held on Wednesday, April 1. Information sessions are held on the Carthage campus. more...

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