Happy Father’s Day to all the Carthaginian dads out there! June 16, 2019 at 5:41 pm
Tracy Gartner, Professor of Environmental Science and Biology, was recently selected as the Vice-President of the Kenosha Montessori School Board for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Join us at Faculty + Staff in the Caf this Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Eighteen Carthage students are teaching English at the Chaoyang International Experimental School in the city of Yiyang in Hunan Province. Their two-week teaching experience is part of a four-week study tour dealing with English language education in China.
Please join us for Exploration Tuesday. Nursing instructor Patricia Flannery will demonstrate how the campus AED (defibrillator) devices work and how you can use them to save a life.
Learn how to maximize the use of Schoology to utilize best practices in instructional design. Virtual workshops allow you to participate from anywhere in June and August.
Are you a current SURE student? We want to hear about your summer research project. Fill out our form and you may be featured in Carthage communication materials.
Who needs homework when there are scholarships!
For your arrival to campus in Fall 2019 you will continue to use the online Check-In tab through My.Carthage.edu. All returning students are encouraged to complete all tasks in the Check-In tab by August 1, 2019 to secure your Virtual Check-In Sticker which confirms you have completed all tasks.
For your arrival to campus in Fall 2019 you will continue to use the online Check-In tab through My.Carthage.edu. You will be able to complete most check-in steps online beginning May 15, 2019.
You asked and we listened! Back by popular demand, the Office of Student Accounts will offer a 2 percent rebate to students who pay the full academic year’s tuition prior to Monday, July 1.
Have you ever wanted to try a mud run? Join us for the Carthage Tough Mudder 2!
Carthage alumna Laura Kaeppeler-Fleiss ’10 recently joined the board of trustees of the Freedom House Reentry Education and Employment Corporation (FREE).
Carthage alumnus Joe Sisk ’18 works as a maintenance employee for Lake County Forest Preserves, keeping the area clean and enjoyable for visitors.
Head men’s volleyball coach LJ Marx will step down from his role after 15 seasons. As the only head coach in program history, Marx carries a 318-131 record that’s resulted in 13 regular season championships, and six conference tournament titles between the Midwest-III Conference, Continental Volleyball Conference and Midwest Collegiate Volleyball League.
Carthage professors Angela Dassow and Sheryl Konrad participated in the 2019 QUBES Faculty Mentoring Network’s “Making the Case” workshop, where they developed and published data-focused adaptations of two popular biology case studies.
See photos from Commencement
Carthage celebrated the commencement of the Class of 2019 with a weekend of activities May 24-26, 2019. Speakers advised 674 new Carthage graduates to embrace unexpected career twists and to continually push onward.
See photos from Commencement Weekend.
2019 Rookies of the Year
As another academic year draws to a close, we celebrate the impact of our newest Carthaginians. In Fall 2018, Carthage welcomed its largest-ever incoming class. How did these record-breakers fare? Meet six students who are definitely ready for year two.
Hired Before Graduation
What’s next for members of the Carthage Class of 2019?
Meet members of the Class of 2019 who were hired for full-time positions before they even graduated.
The Perfect Major: 6 Strategies for Making the Right Choice
Finding the perfect major isn’t always easy. We asked Carthage students, professors, and staff how they found the right major for them. Here is their advice.
Carthage set to celebrate 150 years of women
In 2020, Carthage will celebrate 150 years of women at Carthage. In recognition of this important anniversary, Carthage will host a year-long celebration beginning July 1, 2019.
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!