Nick Mulvey graduated from Carthage in 2002 with a degree in business administration and marketing. A native of Racine, Wisconsin, he returned to Carthage in 2008 to join the Office of Admissions as a Director of Admissions.

In 2012, he was named Dean of Admissions, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the admissions team. He has served as the Vice President for Enrollment since 2015.

As the College’s chief enrollment officer, Nick oversees full-time undergraduate admissions and financial aid, while working with the President, faculty, and Executive Staff to develop and implement the College’s enrollment strategy. Under his leadership, the College has reached its all-time highest enrollment.

Nick Mulvey

Title

Vice President for Enrollment

Office

Lentz Hall Fourth Floor

Phone Number

262-551-5982

Email Address

Best college search tip:

“It’s not always the most scientific method of making a decision, but I think you really need to go with your gut when it comes to selecting a school. You’ll do your best at the school where you feel most excited to be.”

What do you learn from interacting with Carthage students?

“The opportunities to get involved outside of the classroom are limitless. Hearing students talk about internships, J-Term study tours, research opportunities … Every day I hear of something new and amazing.”

What do you value most about working at Carthage?

“It’s truly inspiring to see students transform from freshmen who aren’t really sure what the future holds, into confident, successful, articulate graduates ready to take on the world.”

Hobbies:

“I read a lot, try to play some golf every once in a while, and spend time with friends and family.”

Favorite Carthage tradition:

“Homecoming. Every year it’s great to see the excitement shared by both students and alumni.”

Favorite TV show:

Dallas

Favorite movie:

Caddyshack

Favorite sports team:

Milwaukee Brewers

What are your recommendations for people new to Kenosha?

“Pizza! I heard a statistic that Kenosha has more pizzerias per capita than most cities you’ll find. Of course, we’ve got the chains that everyone is familiar with, but some of the local joints are fantastic.”