Carthage encourages students to participate in student organizations listed below. Taken together, our programs give the Carthage community a variety of ways to explore worldwide views and the intersections of spirituality and leadership.  Visit The Harbor to learn more about these student organizations.

Don’t see your faith tradition or worldview here, or want to learn more about these organizations? Contact Debbie Clark at in the Center for Faith and Spirituality.

Roman Catholics make up the largest religious group on campus. Catholics@Carthage works with the campus pastor to create learning, fellowship, and service opportunities for other Roman Catholic students on campus. A weekly mass, led by priests from the surrounding communities, takes place Sundays at 7:30 pm in Siebert Chapel.  The student organization meets 2 -3 times a month after mass for fellowship and activities.

Intervarsity is a national organization creating a Christian community on campus and connecting with other Intervarsity chapters. Join us at a large group to have in-depth discussions about the bible lead by pastors and leaders in the area. There are weekly small and large groups and community nights open to all students, as well as opportunities for service.

The Muslim Society Awareness/Association’s purpose at Carthage is to create an environment that is open to those who practice their faith on campus, in the community, and in the world. MSAA is INCLUSIVE and everyone is welcome to join.

The Carthage College Jewish Student Union (JSU), formerly the Jewish Awareness Association is a group of multiple denominations of Jewish students, allies, and students wanting to learn more about Judaism. The organization works closely with the Kenosha Jewish community, giving students access to practice their religion on campus. The group holds social events around celebrations as well as soup socials to strengthen our campus community.

FCA is an international organization uniting faith and athletics.  Small groups/huddles connect student athletes together with their peers for Bible study, connection and faith building.   For more information about what’s happening at Carthage, check out their page on The Harbor or their website:


CFS student community builders living in the residence halls or as commuters are resources to all Carthage students. Community Builders helps students get connected to student organizations and support programming that includes Catholic Mass, Service and Random Acts of Kindness, Interfaith Lunch and Social Justice .   Student staff also have leadership roles and run small groups for On Purpose, a reflection series that happens in fall, J-term and spring.  They are available for one on one conversations and peer ministry.