Housing & Residence Life
Your Second Home.
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Carthage is a residential college at its core, and that means more than having a place to sleep.
We believe there’s plenty to learn from roommates, floormates, and simply learning to live on your own.
Take a closer look at our residence halls for undergraduate and graduate students!
The Tower, Carthage’s newest residence hall.
Students can spend time studying or relaxing on the first two floors of The Tower, which are dedicated common spaces.
The Oaks Residential Village is a cluster of six residential buildings on the south side of campus, named for the beautiful trees that surround it.
Many rooms in the Oaks have a stunning view of either Lake Michigan and/or a beautiful wooded area.
Madrigrano Family Residence Hall is a traditional, co-ed hall that is named in honor of the contributions to the Kenosha community by the Madrigrano family.
Madrigrano Hall offers standard double rooms and a few single rooms that form eight communities. Several rooms offer stunning lake views and others offer great views of campus.
Johnson Hall, a co-ed building, is comprised of standard double rooms, a few quad rooms, and some suite-style options. Some rooms offer views of Lake Michigan.
Henry Denhart Residence Hall is a traditional, co-ed hall that is named for Henry Denhart, an early Carthage trustee and significant benefactor. Denhart Hall is comprised of standard double rooms, a few quad rooms, and some suite-style options.
Pat Tarble Residence Hall is a traditional, all-female hall with standard double rooms, a few single rooms, one quad room, and some suite-style options.
Swenson Residence Hall offers housing options for students pursuing a graduate degree at Carthage.