Carthage has more than 130 student clubs and organizations through which students can get involved, explore possible careers, meet other students, work closely with faculty advisors, and perform customer service. See a full list of Carthage student organizations on The Harbor, our website for student organizations.

Velocity Consulting

Members of Velocity Consulting pose for a photo in the A. W. Clausen Center for World Business. Carthage’s Velocity Consulting was the first 100 percent student-run, full-service consulting agency in the country. Members gain incredible experience and build a strong portfolio while providing marketing, branding, graphic design, web development, accounting, finance, product testing, and editing services for area businesses and nonprofits. Past clients have included Johnson Outdoors, Snap-on Inc., Kenosha County, Expanded Technologies, and the Urban League of Racine. The organization was created in 2009 to give students the opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom in a meaningful way and gain real-life work experience before leaving college. Other colleges have since copied the Velocity model, including Harvard University.


Through Enactus, students take skills learned in the classroom and apply them to real-world problems. Projects may focus on market economics, success skills, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, business ethics, or environmental sustainability. Enactus encourages active hands-on learning, teamwork, leadership development, communication, enhancement, and educational growth.

Pi Sigma Epsilon

Pi Sigma Epsilon is the only national professional co-ed sales and marketing fraternity. Since 1952, PSE has served more than 50,000 members nationwide. Members acquire professional skills and gain practical experience through their active involvement in implementing projects. The annual National Convention provides opportunities to network and learn. PSE welcomes all majors because professionals in all fields must learn to sell their ideas.


To see more Carthage Student organizations, visit The Harbor