Visit Carthage during Private College Week July 8-13, 2019!
During Wisconsin’s Private College Week 2019, prospective students can visit campus Monday-Saturday. Enjoy a campus tour, meet with admissions representatives, get financial aid and scholarship information, and learn about student life and academics at Carthage.
Need another reason to visit?
Visit Carthage during Wisconsin Private College Week and have your $35 application fee waived.
Private College Week Group Visits
Monday-Friday: 10 a.m.-noon or 2-4 p.m.
Wednesday, July 10: Twilight Tour Event — 5 p.m., tours at 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-noon
Your Visit Includes:
- A presentation about admissions, financial aid, the Carthage curriculum, and student life.
- A campus tour with a current Carthage student
- A free lunch in The Caf (for 10 a.m.-noon visits)
Register for your visit now
- Sign up for a weekday visit
Sign up for a Saturday visit
- Email the Office of Admissions
- Call the Office of Admissions at 800-351-4058
- Can’t visit during Private College Week? See other visit options
Earn a $2,000 visit grant
All visitors June 1-Aug. 31, 2019, will receive a $500 per year Visit Grant ($2,000 over four years) as part of their Carthage financial aid package.
Win a $1,000 scholarship
Visit Carthage during Private College Week and participate in our photo contest to win a $1,000 scholarship, renewable for four years. Take a photo of your favorite Carthage spot during your campus tour and tag the photo with #CarthagePrivateCollegeWeek. Once you post your photo, we will enter your name into a drawing, and at the end of Private College Week we will pick four winners. Winners will be contacted through the social media platform they used for the photo contest (please use either Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook). If you have any questions about the contest, contact your admissions representative or ask your Carthage tour guide during your campus visit.
About Private College Week
Celebrating its 24th year, Wisconsin Private College Week is sponsored by the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) and provides the opportunity to visit all of Wisconsin’s private nonprofit colleges.