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Immersive academic experiences. An interdisciplinary perspective. Devoted faculty. A captivating setting. This is Carthage.
Read the stories below for a better view.
Then come see us for yourself.

  • A screenshot of Carthage’s new interactive map.

    Explore Carthage

    Take a Virtual Tour

    Hear students talk about their experience at Carthage and get to know campus through our interactive map. Read more
  • First-Gen Students

    Resources and Support

    Nearly a quarter of Carthage undergraduate students are the first in their family to attend college. Read more
  • The Bridge

    On-campus News & Info

    • Arts & Performances
    • Lectures & Presentations
    • Kudos, and more
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  • A Carthage student laughs during a physics class. Carthage emphasizes the liberal arts across all...

    The Liberal What?

    Essential Skills, Expansive Knowledge

    Carthage’s liberal arts education means our students graduate ready to thrive in a complex, diverse, and fluid society. Read more
  • Banner image for The Student-Athlete Experience page

    The Student-Athlete Experience

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    Why sacrifice anything? Here, it’s possible to continue playing the sport you love and get a first-rate education. About 30 percent of Carthage students discover the benefits of competing on our 27 NCAA Division III teams. Read more
  • Four Means Four

    The Carthage Advantage

    Choosing a college that’s right for you means asking yourself big questions. Whether you can graduate in four years shouldn’t be one of them. Read more
  • Embrace Your Impatience

    The Carthage Advantage

    Why sit around “paying your dues” for a year or two, when you can dive in right away? Wherever your interests lie, Carthage gives you the freedom to get your feet wet soon after moving in. Read more
  • Green field

    Going Green

    Sustainability Spotlight

    From both macro and micro levels, Carthaginians tackle environmental challenges. Read more
  • Shyla (Gitter) Carbone, Florence (Seiden) Guthrie, & Ann (Mullins) Tindall: Class of 1962

    Friends Till the End

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    A few Carthaginians spanning two campuses and nearly 70 years shared their stories of friendship with us. Read more