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  • Peru — Travel — Alumni — Carthage College
    Cuisine Courtyard Dinner Fantastic archeological treasures set amidst the soaring Andean peaks this can only be Peru Travel to Machu Picchu aboard the famed Vistadome train Spend a night at the base of this Lost City of the Incas in a luxury hotel and enjoy an exclusive culinary demonstration Explore Andean art forms and the local way of life from ancient times through present day during your stay in the Sacred Valley Immerse yourself in Cuzco a city that blends Inca and Spanish colonial influences Discover the exquisite Peruvian cuisine that combines diverse native ingredients and indigenous dishes with international culinary influences Discover Lima s colonial heritage and see why the City of Kings is a UNESCO World Heritage Site Day 1 2 Doubletree El Pardo Lima Day 3 4 Sonesta Posada del Inca Yucay Sacred Valley Day 5 Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel Machu Picchu Day 6 7 Sonesta Hotel Cuzco Cuzco Per person rates Book by September 8 2013 Double 3999 Single 4549 Triple 3969 Included in Price Round Trip Air from OHare Intl Airport Air Taxes and Fees Surcharges Hotel Transfers Not Included in Price Cancellation Waiver and Insurance of 260 per person View detailed trip information For

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/alumni/travel/peru/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Chamber Music Series — Music — Carthage College
    in 1985 the Atlantic Brass Quintet launched its career with a phenomenal string of competition victories over a period of two years Grand prizes include the Coleman Chamber Music Competition Carmel Chamber Music Society Competition the Shoreline Alliance Chamber Music Competition the Summit Brass First International Brass Ensemble Competition and the Rafael Mendez International Brass Quintet Competition Following these remarkable achievements the ABQ was honored by Musical America by being named Young Artists of 1988 In May 1992 by unanimous decision the Quintet won the Premiere Prix at the International Brass Competition of Narbonne France recognized worldwide as the preeminent competition of its kind For more information visit their website at www atlanticbrassquintet com Orlando Consort Friday March 1 7 30 p m A F Siebert Chapel Formed in 1988 by the Early Music Centre of Great Britain the Orlando Consort has established itself as one of Britain s most important chamber music ensembles performing to the highest standards and renowned for its imaginative and innovative programming Working with leading academics on music that has often never been performed in modern times they have set new standards of performance particularly with regard to the pronunciation and tuning of this fascinating repertoire In recent times the Consort has also attracted praise for its bold programmes of contemporary music jazz and world music and for their outstanding education projects which are specifically designed to involve amateur musicians of all ages and abilities The group has made many commercial recordings with Saydisc Metronome Linn Deutsche Grammophon and Harmonia Mundi USA The Mystery of Notre Dame works by Perotin and others was nominated for an Edison award in the Netherlands while Loyset Compère 1445 1518 Popes and Antipopes Papal music from the 14th and 15th Centuries Passiontide 15th Century Flemish Easter music the Missa

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/music/chamber-music-series/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Making a Difference: Amanda Djurickovic '09 — Carthage News — Carthage College
    centered on where the Red Men were competing In 2002 my dad s team went to Virginia for the Final Four Ms Djurickovic remembers That was the coolest trip especially when you are younger and think these guys should be in the NBA Her decision to attend Carthage was an easy one It s a beautiful campus the people are all great and I loved being close to my family she said Her brother Steve graduated from Carthage in 2011 and is now an assistant coach for the men s basketball team Her brother Pete will graduate in May As a student at Carthage Ms Djurickovic made new connections with Carthage staff She worked for Pamela Studrawa as an office assistant in the Office of College Relations She assisted Sports Information Director Steven Marovich in the Athletic Department She helped John Weiser in live streaming football and basketball games and also served as manager for the men s basketball team She also focused on her studies An accounting major she landed an internship with Jockey International during her senior year One of her professors encouraged her to apply for the position she recalled That January internship turned into a full time position Ms Djurickovic now works for Jockey International as a staff accountant Ms Djurickovic started donating to the College while she was still a senior the same year that construction started for the Tarble Arena I wanted to give something significant because I grew up in this place and I love watching it change she said She made another pledge in 2012 to support Carthage football her brother Pete 13 plays on the football team Ms Djurickovic has been part of Carthage since she was 11 years old and has seen a lot of changes It s people who

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2013/02/08/making-a-difference-amanda-djurickovic-09/ (2013-06-13)
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  • The Semler Family Legacy — Carthage News — Carthage College
    grandparents paternal grandfather and many aunts and uncles My parents always told me if I wanted to go somewhere else it was OK but Carthage held on to me I looked at other schools but I just kept coming back to Carthage Generations of Feltons and Semlers have attended Carthage Now Kaylene will have the opportunity to join in Meet Kaylene Kaylene is an elementary education major and is working toward a career as a third or fourth grade teacher She s only been on campus for a month but she has already joined the education organization Student WEA Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and CUMBYA Carthage Undergrads Making Big Youth Activities She already feels like Carthage is home Everyone enjoys being here she said You truly feel like a community A Family Tradition She s heard stories about Carthage for years Her maternal grandfather Loren H Semler Jr 65 is a Carthage Trustee He and his wife Vickie Semler 67 donated the Semler Fitness Center and support student health and fitness testing Mr Semler Jr was involved with the transfer of the Kissing Rock from the Illinois campus to the Kenosha campus Rumor has it that he and my grandma had the last kiss at the rock in Illinois and the first kiss here in Kenosha Kaylene said Kaylene s paternal grandfather Maurice Felton 57 also attended Carthage He was a founding member of Tau Sigma Chi Her parents John 86 and Katherine 88 Felton met at Carthage as well as many of her extended family And many have made Kissing Rock part of their history My uncle proposed to my aunt at Kissing Rock Now Kaylene has the next four years to mark her own history at Carthage I feel like I have this connection with Carthage and I feel

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2012/10/11/the-semler-family-legacy/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Full Time — Costs — Financial Aid — Carthage College
    more than 90 of all full time students receive financial assistance The average financial aid package grants scholarships loans and work opportunity covers a substantial amount of the cost of full time enrollment Carthage s no need scholarship program enables even students from families with higher incomes to be eligible for financial assistance The Carthage Office of Student Financial Planning is your resource for making a higher education possible Our

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/finaid/costs/full-time/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Eligibility — Financial Aid — Carthage College
    and for subsidized federal student loans is based on financial need which is determined by completing and submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA The application is found at www fafsa ed gov For maximum eligibility a student should be enrolled at least half time in their courses each academic semester or session Additional requirements for need based aid are as follows A student must 1 Provide a final high school transcript or GED certificate to the College 2 Be enrolled in a degree seeking or eligible certificate program of 16 credit hours or more 3 Be a U S citizen or eligible non citizen 4 Have a valid Social Security number 5 Register with the Selective Service System if required www sss gov and 6 Comply with the Federal Standards of Academic Progress SAP State grants Gift Aid Eligibility for state grants is also dependent upon submission of the FAFSA in addition to various requirements specific to each grant More information http www heab state wi us programs html Standards of Academic Progress Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP in order to remain eligible for their financial aid awards This Federal requirement is intended to facilitate successful timely completion of a student s academic program To maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress a student must fulfill all of the following 1 Be enrolled in a degree seeking or eligible certificate program 2 Maintain a cumulative grade point average GPA of at least 2 0 3 Successfully complete 66 and 2 3 percent of the cumulative college credits attempted and 4 Complete his her program within 150 percent of the hours required for that particular academic program Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/finaid/eligibility/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Scholarships — Financial Aid — Carthage College
    of a minimum cumulative grade point average GPA at the end of each spring semester as shown below Go to the Admissions Scholarship Page for more information about these scholarships Academic Honors Scholarship 2 75 Alumni Grant 2 00 Art Scholarship 2 00 Badger Boys Girls State Scholarship 2 50 Bridges Scholarship 2 25 Carthage Grant 2 00 Clausen Scholarship 3 25 Deans Scholarship 2 50 ELCA Grant 2 00 Faculty Scholarship 2 50 Founders Scholarship 2 75 Hay Scholarship 3 25 Highest Honors Scholarship 3 00 Kenosha Police Fire Scholarship 2 00 Lincoln Scholarship 3 25 Math Science Scholarship 3 00 Ministerial Grant 2 00 Modern Language Scholarship 3 00 Multicultural Grant 2 00 Music Scholarship 2 00 Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship 2 75 Presidential Scholarship 2 75 Ruud Scholarship 3 25 Sibling Grant 2 00 Spring Scholarship 3 00 Springfield Scholarship 2 75 Theatre Scholarship 2 00 Transfer Scholarship 3 00 Tri County Grant 2 00 To receive this grant both students must be enrolled full time At the end of each fall term the cumulative grade point average is reviewed for continued scholarship eligibility Satisfactory Academic Progress Continuing Students Carthage offers continuing students an opportunity to compete for merit awards such as Heritage Scholarships Departmental Honors Service Fellowships and selected endowed scholarships These require faculty recommendation and may have additional stipulations as developed by the department donor Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP At the end of each fall term the cumulative grade point average GPA is reviewed for continued scholarship eligibility Students wanting to have J Term grades taken into consideration must submit a written request to the Carthage Office of Student Financial Planning prior to the first day of J Term classes Warning letters are sent to those students who are currently not meeting their scholarship terms

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/finaid/scholarships/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Grants — Financial Aid — Carthage College
    as a full time highly qualified high need field teacher in a low income school If after reading the fact sheet above you are interested in learning more about the TEACH Grant Program you should you should fill out the 2012 2013 Federal Teach Grant Consideration form PDF Wisconsin Programs Academic Excellence Scholarship Academic Excellence Scholarships are awarded to Wisconsin high school seniors who have the highest grade point average in each public and private high school throughout the State of Wisconsin The value of the scholarship is 2 250 per year to be applied towards tuition Half of the scholarship is funded by the state while the other half is matched by the institution Hearing Visually Handicapped Student Grant The state offers funding for WI residents who demonstrate financial need and have severe or profound hearing or visual impairment Students are eligible to receive up to 1 800 per year for up to five years The FAFSA must be filed in order to qualify for this grant and the student must be at least half time Indian Student Assistance Grant The state offers up to 1 100 per year to any Wisconsin resident who is at least twenty five percent Native American and is enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate program for up to ten semesters Students who apply early and demonstrate exceptional financial need will be nominated by the Carthage Office of Student Financial Planning Talent Incentive Program Grant TIP This state program provides grants to students who demonstrate exceptional need Students who qualify may be nominated in their freshman year through Carthage to the state agency or can apply for this program at their Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Program WEOP Office Once accepted this aid lasts for four years The FAFSA must also be filed

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