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Continuing Studies

Meet Our Staff

Continuing Studies programs at Carthage have been designed and supported with one objective in mind: helping you succeed in college. Every adult student is assigned an admissions coordinator/academic advisor. Your admissions coordinator and advisor will walk you through every step as you become a Carthage student.

Your admissions coordinator can help you choose your program, transfer credits, enroll, arrange financial aid, and register for classes. Once you begin your studies, your academic advisor will become a big part of your support system here at Carthage. He or she will answer your questions and offer guidance throughout your education.

Office of Continuing Studies

Local: 262-551-6000
Toll-free: 800-351-4058
Fax: 262-551-5762

Office of Continuing Studies Staff 

Karly Kattenbraker

Karly Kattenbraker

Director of Adult Undergraduate Studies and Project Manager for New Program Development
Lentz Hall 415A

Karly is responsible for advising students in the 7-Week program. She also coordinates various support functions related to the 7-Week program and other programming, including writing the 7-Week course schedule and assisting with the onboarding of adjuncts hired to teach in the 7-Week program.

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Bill Weir

Bill Weir

Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Transfer and Adult Undergraduate Admissions Coordinator
Lentz Hall 415C

Bill is the admissions and financial aid contact for all part-time and adult students seeking a bachelor’s degree, full-time transfer students, and former Carthage students looking to gain readmission to Carthage. In addition, Bill provides assistance for non-degree-seeking students wishing to take individual courses.

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John Weiser

Director of Graduate Admissions
Lentz Hall 415B

John works with all prospective graduate students in the Accelerated Certification for Teachers (ACT) program, Master of Education, Master of Music, and Master of Science in Business Design and Innovation.

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