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.

Art Club

Art Club is open to all majors and artistic abilities. Members come together once a week to create, appreciate, and learn about art in a relaxing and stress-free environment. All students are invited to attend when they can to learn new creative skills and abilities.

Centrique Magazine

Centrique is the campus creative arts magazine. Throughout the year students, faculty, and staff submit written and visual artwork to the magazine. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three pieces in the fall and spring.

gelatin-silver print, Spring 2017, Ben Wawczak DRAFT

DRAFT is the graphic design club on campus, run by designers for designers. Founded in 2008, the organization is for students who want to expand their knowledge, develop their portfolios, network, and share ideas. This friendly environment encourages personal growth and development in students looking to gain experience outside of the classroom.

Kappa Pi

Kappa Pi is an international honorary art fraternity. At Carthage, the chapter name is Zeta Alpha Psi. The organization’s goal is to spread art among the community, reaching beyond the campus.

Photography Club

Carthage Photography Club’s goal is to educate and inspire students about the art of taking photos, editing, and sharing content. This club will help students find a space to express their creativity with like-minded people and enhance their skills.

The Current

The Current is Carthage’s student-run news website and biweekly news magazine. It affords students the opportunity to develop as graphic designers, reporters, photographers, and business managers. It is open to students of all majors and encourages individual initiative and involvement.

To see more Carthage student organizations, visit The Harbor