Luke Ehlert ?24

    Luke Ehlert ’24

    Majors: Neuroscience and Psychology

    Hometown: Mount prospect, Ill.

    “With the professors being so open and willing to help, I was able to be involved and conduct research as a sophomore. I wouldn’t be able to do that at most other colleges.”

    Lin Sensenbrenner

    Lin Sensenbrenner ’26

    Majors: Psychology and neuroscience

    Minors: Studio art

    Hometown: Sun Prairie, Wis.

    “Joining clubs has pushed me outside my comfort zone and led me to meet students around campus with shared interests who I wouldn’t interact with otherwise. It has also introduced me to a large number of upperclassmen that serve as mentors to me.”

    Maggie Thom ?25

    Maggie Thom ’25

    Majors: Neuroscience

    Minors: Chemistry

    Hometown: Rochester, Minn.

    “I chose Carthage because it felt like the right fit. The academics and athletics are what I was looking for. I wanted to go somewhere with small class sizes so I could get to know my professors and classmates. The lake is also a big plus!”

    Natalie Vitek

    Natalie Vitek ’25

    Majors: Neuroscience

    Hometown: Raymond, WI

    “I chose Carthage because of its reputable pre-health program, small class sizes, and personable professors. The view of Lake Michigan is a significant bonus!”

    Connor Wiseman

    Connor Wiseman ’24

    Majors: Neuroscience

    Minors: Spanish and Chemistry

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wis.

    “I chose Carthage because of the homey atmosphere and small class sizes. The professors were so personable and welcoming. Carthage felt like a place where I could succeed and maximize my potential.”

    Summer Zilisch

    Summer Zilisch ’26

    Majors: Neuroscience, Psychology

    Minors: Chemistry

    Hometown: Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin

    “I chose Carthage because of its exceptional academic programs, supportive community, and commitment to fostering growth. The College’s reputation for personalized education aligns perfectly with my aspiration to excel as a double major/minor student.”