Dive in and join a group, or take the lead and create a new one. You’ll make friends and have fun, all with the support of your College. Spend some time looking through the following club categories, or check out an alphabetical list of all of our clubs and organizations.
We asked Carthage students to tell us about their favorite clubs on campus. Read what they had to say.
Get published. Be heard. Carthage has three student-run publications, a graphic design club, and a radio station to serve the campus community.
Spend time with people who share your major and academic interests. Join a club devoted to an academic area of study at Carthage.
Student organizations at Carthage fulfill a wide range of interests and hobbies. Interests are constantly changing, so find where you fit or start a new club.
Have an interest in leadership, government or politics? There are several organizations on campus that provide a way to get involved, on campus or off.
The achievements of Carthage students do not go unrecognized. A number of campus and national organizations honor students for academic and other personal achievements.
Carthage provides many avenues for students to release their creative energies. Be it stage or music, there is a spotlight waiting for you.
A successful collegiate experience includes academic success, personal development and career preparation. Professional organizations provide opportunities to apply what you’ve learned in class, build contacts, and grow in your chosen field.
For many students at Carthage, religious life is an important part of their experience here. Grow in your faith, learn about other religions and assist with community projects.
An important component of service to ourselves is service to others. Carthage strongly supports the idea of giving of ourselves to make our environment and community better.
For many students, Greek life is a major component of the college experience. At Carthage, the Greek system plays a valuable role in the campus community. Many students find involvement in a fraternity or sorority to be a highly beneficial and rewarding experience.
Names, groups, and persons may change during the year. Questions regarding student activities and other campus sponsored events may be forwarded to: Office of Student Involvement, 2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha, WI 53140, 262-551-5800.