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  • Transcripts — Registrar — Academics — Carthage College
    multiple transcripts at one time the first transcript will be charged a 10 fee and any additional transcripts will be assessed a fee of 6 each Transcripts requested in person take approximately 5 7 business days to process once we receive your request The Registrar s Office will not be able to issue an official transcript without the proper student signature We are also unable to issue transcripts to students with an outstanding balance If you experience any issues regarding your student account please contact the business office located in Lentz Hall 434 or at 262 551 6200 Unofficial Transcripts Current students can print off an unofficial college transcript from your Carthage College portal account by logging on to your Carthage account at my carthage edu Unofficial transcripts will not be printed on official transcript paper and will not have the official college seal Former students should contact the Registrar s Office at 262 551 6100 located in Lentz Hall 431 Official Transcripts You can order official college transcripts one of three ways online by mail or by fax All official transcripts issued to students or mailed directly will be printed on official transcript paper and will contain the college seal Online For your convince you can now order transcripts online at https iwantmytranscript com carthage If you are a first time user it will be necessary for you to create an ordering account which will be used for this order as well as any subsequent order s If you are a current Carthage College student you do not have to set up an account You can order transcripts directly through your student portal at my carthage edu By Mail Download the Transcript Request Form Please send this form along with the appropriate payment to Carthage College Registrar s Office

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/academics/registrar/transcripts (2013-06-13)
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  • Office of the Provost — Carthage College
    5847 Wendy Williams Executive Assistant to the Provost Lentz Hall 303 262 551 5850 Office of the Provost As the Chief Academic Officer at Carthage Provost Julio Rivera leads the faculty in realizing the teaching mission of the College He is responsible for the leadership and administration of academic affairs and the allocation of all academic resources at the College The Provost guides the College s academic programs in education fine arts humanities natural sciences social sciences and interdisciplinary study Quick Links For Faculty Calendars Faculty Handbook Faculty Meeting Schedule Forms for Faculty See all Faculty Resources For Visitors About Carthage Academics at Carthage Admissions Career Opportunities Carthage A Z Meet the Faculty For Students Academic Calendar College Catalog Community Code Student Handbook See all student resources Campus Resources The Bridge Building Hours Carthage Email Dining Services My Carthage eRacer Calendar News See all Carthage news Student Achievement Students present research at Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies conference Five political science students presented papers at the Borders Boundaries and Peace conference on Friday March 1 2013 co sponsored by The Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Carthage Microgravity Team earns sixth invite from NASA

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/provost/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    ourselves to be buffeted hither and yon by these forces rather we are called to engage them courageously faithfully thoughtfully and creatively Indeed had not Martin Luther behaved with such courage faith thoughtfulness and creativity there would be no colleges bearing this particular calling in today s world Professor Marty s lecture challenges us to renew our current understanding of the Lutheran intellectual tradition its significance to the world we are becoming and how we might go about nurturing its contemporary expression in the very fiber of our institutions We believe that many people in many walks of life will find his words stimulating just as many have found his remarkable career stimulating Marty an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is the Fairfax M Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago Divinity School where he taught for 35 years He is the author of more than 50 books including The One and the Many America s Struggle for the Common Good Harvard University Press 1998 Education Religion and the Common Good Jossey Bass 2000 Politics Religion and the Common Good Jossey Bass 2000 He contributed five volumes including Fundamentalisms Observed and Fundamentalisms Comprehended to the multi year University of Chicago Press Fundamentalism Project for which he also served as series co editor Among Dr Marty s other publications are a biography Martin Luther Viking Adult 2004 Lutheran Questions Lutheran Answers Exploring Christian Faith Augsburg Books 2007 and Dietrich Bonhoeffer s Letters and Papers from Prison A Biography Princeton University Press 2011 He won the National Book Award for Righteous Empire The Protestant Experience in America Harper Row 1977 In addition to the National Book Award Professor Marty s honors include the National Humanities Medal the Medal of the American Academy of Arts and

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/augustine/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Steward Observatory of the University of Arizona and at the Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago The Institute maintains partnerships with these institutions as well as national and international research programs including the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Carthage students and faculty regularly present research at national and international conferences Programs for the public at Griffin Observatory The Institute is heavily engaged in public education and outreach It operates the Griffin Observatory near the Carthage campus in Kenosha Wis where regularly scheduled public programs are held school and Scout groups have the opportunity to gain experiences in astronomy and Carthage students can conduct observations The observatory located on the grounds of the Kemper Center a former girls school in Kenosha was originally constructed in the late 19th century and recently underwent a complete restoration bringing its capability up to modern research standards Currently the observatory houses an 11 inch Celestron telescope on an Astrophysics 900GTO mount and has cameras and other accessories available for both visual and imaging programs The facility was designed to accommodate larger and more capable instruments in the future Programs for students at the Carthage Planetarium The College planetarium located in the David A Straz Jr Center for the Natural and Social Sciences on campus conducts programs for students of all ages Equipped with a Digitalis projector the facility delivers high resolution digital program in many disciplines Galileoscope Program supplies low cost telescopes around the world Carthage has been a major partner in the Galileoscope program initiated during the 2009 International Year of Astronomy to bring low cost high quality telescopes to people around the world Galileoscope has already delivered more than 200 000 telescopes to nearly 100 countries and the program provided more than 7 000 telescopes donated to Third World regions Partnership with Appalachian

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/astronomy/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Paleontology — Carthage College
    a vertebrate paleontologist and recognized expert on tyrannosaurid dinosaurs Vertebrate paleontology is the study of fossils of animals with backbones Prof Carr is also the senior scientific advisor for the Dinosaur Discovery Museum in downtown Kenosha which houses the Carthage Institute of Paleontology A noted professional speaker on dinosaurs Prof Carr has been featured on the National Geographic Channel in popular publications and as curator for museum exhibits including the Feathered Dinosaur exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum Collect the bones of a baby T rex The Carthage Institute of Paleontology conducts an annual month long dinosaur hunting expedition to southeastern Montana led by Prof Carr Carthage students have the opportunity to locate and collect fossils in the Hell Creek Formation a unit of rock deposited in Montana and adjacent states at the end of the age of dinosaurs So far Prof Carr and his crews have located four partial dinosaur skeletons including a rare juvenile specimen believed to be the smallest T rex ever found It is the only active excavation of a baby Tyrannosaurus rex Bones collected in the expedition are brought back to the Institute of Paleontology where the fossils are prepared and conserved by Prof Carr

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/paleontology/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Division of Fine Arts — Academics — Carthage College
    alive at Carthage partly because of the College s location in the midst of a rich cultural metropolis where some of the finest museums concert halls and theatres in the world lie close at hand Yet easy access to Chicago and Milwaukee is only the beginning of the Carthage advantage in the arts The departments of Art Music Theatre and Communication and Digital Media also enjoy traditions of excellence that date back many decades Faculty and students are proud of the plays concerts and shows they produce for the campus and the community including frequent art exhibits acclaimed theatre productions and numerous faculty and student music concerts some of which regularly tour in and out of the Midwest and to Europe In recent years the division s Christmas Festival performances have attracted well over 4 000 people to Siebert Chapel Our facilities include six large naturally lit art studios a computer graphics lab the magnificent Fritsch Memorial pipe organ in Siebert Chapel a flexible recital hall and art gallery the Wartburg Auditorium for drama and music teaching studios ensemble rooms and practice rooms with fine pianos Siebert Chapel itself doubles as an outstanding concert hall Carthage is one of the few private colleges in Wisconsin accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music The art faculty regularly exhibit works throughout the region The division s graduates enjoy substantial success in professional careers and graduate work News FACULTY NEWS CDM professor speaks at Savannah College of Art and Design conference Carthage Communication and Digital Media Professor Laura Huaracha recently gave two talks about the importance of collaboration between designers and experts from other fields both in the workplace and in the classroom more FACULTY ACHIEVEMENT Carthage music professor honored with award James Ripley receives Dr Carlo A Sperati Award from

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  • Chapel — Carthage College
    the A F Siebert Chapel and often include inspiring musical performances by student groups Invitation to Meditation On Fridays the Carthage community is invited to gather in the Fritsch Meditation Chapel for a time of stillness and contemplative prayer Meditation is practiced today by people of many faiths and cultures This program offers a space for quiet meditation and reflection allowing students and faculty to retreat and refresh Ministry Organizations There are many ways that Carthage students can participate in ministry Student organizations include Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship Carthage Christian Athletes Catholic Fellowship Group Lutheran Student Movement and CUMBYA Carthage Undergrads Making Big Youth Activities which hosts activities for middle and high school youth Music Groups Students who want to share their faith through music can join the Gospel Messengers a touring choir that has brought their music ministry to audiences across the United States and in Europe and Africa the Carthage Choir the nation s second oldest touring college choir or one of several other music groups on campus Student Service Carthage students work together to serve others through organizations like Habitat for Humanity Carthage United to Rescue the Earth and others Members of Pals and Partners work with area school children offering afterschool activities every week Members of the service organizations Circle K and Pi Delta Chi volunteer for organizations and events Progressive Religion Curriculum The Carthage curriculum includes courses that explore world religions and spirituality All Carthage students must take two religion courses including Understandings of Religion in which students explore the role of religion in communities and cultures Other courses explore the Gospels ethics and morality religious history and religions around the world Religious life on campus is supported by the Siebert Chapel office The College Pastor is the Rev Ross Larson who serves as the

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/chapel/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Career Services — Carthage College
    while in school or after graduation When school is in session Career Services is open Monday Thursday 8 a m to 6 30 p m and Friday 8 a m to 4 30 p m Contact Career Services at 262 551 5959 fax 262 551 5375 Career Services include Career counseling Interest and ability assessment and interpretation Internship and job search assistance On campus interviewing Career development workshops Guidance with graduate school selection and application Summer and part time employment search assistance Career Services helps students prepare for the seasonal visits of national and regional employers who interview students on campus Carthage alumni actively coach students in employment preparation by reviewing resumes helping students practice interviewing and providing informational interviews Career Services also administers the ACT and Miller s Analogy tests several times a year Carthage Career Services is a member of the Wisconsin Association of Colleges and Employers and the National Association of Colleges and Employers Career Services is committed to providing resources counseling and educational opportunities that will empower our students to make important life career decisions initiate action upon those decisions and take ownership for the choices made Stay connected with us via Facebook and Twitter News

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