Carthage College News

  • 2019-2020 Distinguished Teaching Award: Nominations Accepted Through March 25
    Since 1967, Carthage students and faculty have acknowledged excellence in teaching through their nominations for the Distinguished Teaching Award. more...
  • Mia Morton ’21 features exhibit at Kenosha History Center
    Women's Suffrage Exhibit designed by Mia Morton '21 featured at the Kenosha History Center more...
  • ‘The Hamtober Collection’ gallery opening Feb. 24
    Gallery opening for "The Hamtober Collection" will be held in the Campbell Student Union Student Art Gallery. more...
  • Registration for fall 2020
    Registration for Fall 2020 begins April 14. All students must schedule an advising appointment with their assigned advisor prior to this period. more...
  • This weekend at Carthage: ‘Fighting for Home,’ Family Fun Night, Arts Academy, and more
    Here's a look at what's happening on campus this weekend. For a full list of Carthage events, check out the online calendar at www.carthage.edu/calendar. more...
  • Sammie Woodward ’20 named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team
    The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced their selections for the NCAA and NAIA Academic All-District Teams, naming Carthage guard Sammie Woodward '20 to the District Six First Team. more...
  • Prof. Angela Dassow presents ‘Howling for Conservation: A Gray Wolf Study’

    Professor Angela Dassow gave a presentation titled "Howling for Conservation: A Gray Wolf Study" on Feb. 1 at Richard Bong State Park in Kansasville, Wis.

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  • Carthage’s Marcella Kearns and Daejah Hawthorne ’20 talk about ‘Fighting for Home’ on TODAY’s TMJ4
    Carthage's Marcella Kearns, adjunct faculty, and Daejah Hawthorne '20 promote their upcoming play "Fighting for Home: Stories of Women Who Serve" on TODAY's TMJ4. more...
  • 10 spring scholarships
    Apply to these scholarships before the end of the semester! 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...
  • Global business leader Maria Nalywayko joins Carthage board
    After rising to chief people officer at CoreLogic, she retired in 2018 and brings a passion for financial literacy and empowerment. more...
  • Snap-on Incorporated chairman and CEO Nick Pinchuk to deliver 2020 Commencement address
    Snap-on Incorporated chairman and CEO Nick Pinchuk, a widely recognized leader in U.S. business, global commerce, and the development of the American workforce, will deliver the 2020 Commencement address at Carthage. more...
  • Carthage offers new series ‘America: A Racial History’
    Starting Wednesday, Feb. 12, the Student Affairs Office of Equity and Inclusion is kicking off a new out-of-classroom educational series called "America: A Racial History." more...
  • Interested in athletic training? Major in allied health science
    Not intended as a standalone undergraduate major, the new Carthage AHS program is designed to serve as the three-year, pre-professional phase of an anticipated 3+2 Master of Athletic Training program. more...