Finals are done! Have a great Winter Break! https://t.co/ZK1DsW9fneDecember 13, 2019 at 3:03 pm
On Dec. 12, Carthage hosted the Racine/Kenosha FIC Bowl for the third year in a row.
On Dec. 13, the Center for Faith and Spirituality delivered gifts to the ELCA Outreach Center for the 100 children the Carthage community supported through this year’s Giving Tree.
Carthage alumnus Zachary James ’16 is set to open a new Sports Training Performance Center in Cincinnati in early 2020.
We hope you have a fantastic winter break! Pour some hot cocoa and apply for these scholarships!
Daily opportunities to enhance your courses during J-term!
The Division of Student Affairs (DSA) is hiring student department assistants to begin spring 2020!
Please do not throw away your current benefit cards (Anthem, Delta Dental, Delta Vision, Flexible Spending Account). The cards are valid for 2020.
Join Special Olympics at Carthage on Saturday, Feb.1 at the Polar Plunge!
Looking for Carthage spellers to defend our reigning champion status this spring.
D3hoops.com announced their selections to their men’s and women’s teams of the week, with Carthage guard Autumn Kalis ’20 earning a spot on the five-member roster.
Please consider donating textbooks you no longer need to the Big Red Book Fund, a program designed to lend textbooks to students with great financial need. Drop off boxes can be found in the academic buildings and outside of the library.
A concert tour of the wind band from Portugal’s Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (Lisbon College of Music) will include a stop at Carthage.
The Center for Student Success is pleased to welcome Jacob Schleusner as a new student success advisor on campus.
The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) announced the winners of their men’s and women’s swim and dive players of the week on Tuesday, with Carthage College claiming two of the three awards.
It’s time to return all library materials to the Hedberg Library before leaving for the semester.
Carthage professor awarded $500,000 grant to continue NASA research project
A half-million-dollar grant awarded to Carthage Physics Professor Kevin Crosby is allowing space science students from Carthage to be part of an international effort to return to the moon. Learn more
Winter Wonderland: Our favorite winter pics
Wisconsin winters make us strong. Tough. Adventurous. A little blizzard never kept us from our cameras. And negative temperatures? Bring ‘em on.
Lentz Hall renovations set to begin
Renovations to Lentz Hall are scheduled to begin in early January, resulting in a brand new Aspire Center and an updated look for the fourth floor. Learn more
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!