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  • Tarble Arena — Facilities — Athletics — Carthage College
    Athletic Endowments Hole in One Club 2013 Golf Outing Athletic Camps Friday Family Fun Night Streaming Audio Live Stats Tarble Arena Anyone who has visited Tarble Arena knows already how impressive a place it is The dazzling 13 5 million renovation of the former Physical Education Center was completed in January 2009 That renovation made possible by a 5 million lead gift from the Tarble Foundation of Los Angeles puts Carthage facilities among the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division III institutions said athletic director Bob Bonn Tarble Arena houses games and practices for men s basketball women s basketball men s volleyball and women s volleyball The facility features a parquet floor arena seating for 2 385 fans with all red seats and theatre style chairs on the west side a giant video board and state of the art sound and lighting equipment The video board and the ability to darken the house during pre game introductions add a level of excitement unique to NCAA Division III arenas Tarble Arena also features an exercise physiology athletic training rehabilitation laboratory classroom space seven locker rooms and coaches offices The renovation adjacent to the N E Tarble Athletic and Recreation

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/athletics/facilities/tarble-arena (2013-06-13)
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  • Library and Information Services — Carthage College
    and Media Faculty Staff Resources Mailroom Services Friday Family Fun Night Center for Children s Literature Staubitz Archives About LIS Library Information Services Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Dr Kenosha WI 53140 Library and Information Services Hours Library Catalog Library directory Visitor information Campus Map Need help Library floor maps FAQ s Bytes and Books newsletter MyCarthage Resource Center 262 551 5950 Ask Albert Knowledgebase Request Tracker Text us 262

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/library/ (2013-06-13)
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  • TARC — Facilities — Athletics — Carthage College
    Campus Map Visiting Team Guide Directions to Carthage Directions to Away Events Carthage Scorebard Tarble Arena TARC The Koenitzer Aquatic Center Art Keller Field Smeds Tennis Center Carthage Baseball Field Carthage Softball Field Virtual Campus Tour Athletic Booster Club Giving to Carthage Athletic Endowments Hole in One Club 2013 Golf Outing Athletic Camps Friday Family Fun Night Streaming Audio Live Stats N E Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center The 156 000 square foot N E Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center includes a 40 meter 16 lane swimming pool indoor rock climbing wall 200 meter indoor track 5 000 square foot fitness center baseball practice area racquetball courts and multi purpose courts for basketball volleyball and tennis Known as the TARC even before its official opening this remarkable facility is the gift of Mrs Pat Tarble in honor of her late husband Newton E Tarble In 1920 Mr Tarble was a founder of the Snap on Wrench Co and subsequently was a successful businessman and philanthropist for many years in Los Angeles Mrs Tarble helped the College launch this project in 1998 by providing the largest gift the College has ever received Her act perpetuates the Tarbles generosity to Carthage which

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  • A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    out to the larger community The center unites the study of business economics and political science in an international framework The Center is committed to community service and reinforcing the strong presence of Carthage in Kenosha and Racine Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois Outreach to secondary and primary schools is of particular interest Intensive work with secondary schools strongly interested in international education is a priority To date Carthage SIFE Students in Free Enterprise has spearheaded this outreach The Center regularly brings accomplished visitors to Carthage Past speakers include Bruce DuMont Chicago radio television host and founder of the Museum of Broadcast Communications authors David and Julie Eisenhower Col Paul Herbert 1st Division Museum Cantigny Illinois scientist Sergei Khruschchev Duane Kullberg former Chairman CEO Arthur Andersen Eileen Mackevich President Abraham Lincoln Library Museum CNN senior political analyst Bill Schneider Gillian Sorensen UN Foundation Cordelia Taylor of The Family House in Milwaukee Students have also had the opportunity to meet with retired executives from Mobil Oil and Snap on Incorporated and members of the Wisconsin legislature Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply

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  • Affording College — Admissions — Carthage College
    costs Carthage awards more than 20 3 million in assistance with 14 million in grant and scholarship assistance the type that does not require repayment All academic majors can be completed in four years Schools with lower fees cannot always assure a four year track in effect raising overall cost in terms of tuition and lost wages Families are not alone in paying for a Carthage education The College views financing as a partnership involving parents students and assistance from a variety of supporting resources including Carthage the federal government and some state governments The key is to identify the proper mix of available resources Examining these options is the first step toward developing a financing plan to make Carthage affordable Categories of Assistance Non need based grants and scholarships Need based financial aid Elective options Payment plans Other private scholarship search options Individual Assistance Available Carthage works with families on an individual basis to help them fund a college education Please call the Carthage Admissions Office at 800 351 4058 or send an email to your Admissions Representative at any time with questions you may have Scholarships Awarded The Presidential Scholarship Competition distributes more than 1 250 000 each

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  • Presidential Scholarships — Scholarships & Grants — Admissions — Carthage College
    either test to Carthage by December 3 2012 to be eligible for the Presidential Scholarship Program The Office of Admissions screens applications and identifies candidates most suitable for the Presidential Scholarship Program The College notifies these students in January and invites them to campus in January February or March for one of seven Carthage Scholars Days offering a unique opportunity to interact with Carthage faculty potential classmates and Carthage Honors students while competing in the Presidential Scholarship Program During the campus visit prospective Presidential Scholars will have a conversation with two faculty staff members and or complete an essay Parents are invited to an interactive session to learn more about the benefits of a Carthage education Additional awards for top students The Carthage commitment to scholars extends beyond the 30 scholarships in the Presidential Scholarship Program Top students typically receive a substantial package of multiple no need awards ranging from 5 000 to 13 000 or more Many qualify for additional need based assistance making Carthage quite affordable The Presidential Scholarships may incorporate all Carthage assistance Presidential Scholarships Lincoln Scholarships 3 Full tuition room and board The Lincoln Scholarships symbolize the College s strong commitment to students seeking the challenge of the Carthage Honors Program Named for Abraham Lincoln an early Trustee of the College this prestigious scholarship covers full tuition room and board for up to four consecutive years of undergraduate study an award worth more than 175 000 Carthage selects three Lincoln Scholars from the incoming freshman class Clausen Scholarships 3 Full tuition The Clausen Scholarships extend the College s commitment to excellence even further Named for distinguished alumnus A W Tom Clausen 44 this prestigious scholarship covers full tuition for up to four consecutive years an award of more than 135 000 Carthage selects three Clausen Scholars

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  • Scholarships & Grants — Admissions — Carthage College
    1 500 year 22 24 ACT 1020 1120 SAT 1 500 year 2 000 year 25 27 ACT 1130 1230 SAT 2 000 year 2 500 year 28 29 ACT 1240 1310 SAT 2 500 year 3 000 year 30 36 ACT 1320 1600 SAT 3 000 year 3 500 year Sibling Grant 1 000 per year A four year renewable grant of 1 000 per year four year value 4 000 is awarded to each sibling enrolled as a full time undergraduate student at Carthage To receive this grant both students must be enrolled full time A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2 0 is required for renewal Tri County Grant unlimited Unlimited number 500 per year A four year renewable grant of 500 per year four year value 2 000 is awarded to all students who reside in Kenosha Racine or Walworth Counties A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2 0 is required for renewal Competitive Scholarships Competitive scholarships require a special application and or audition and participation on the part of the student Applications for most of these scholarships will be available on this Web page for download starting in October and can be obtained by calling the Office of Admissions at 800 351 4058 All students who are on the Carthage mailing list will receive information about our competitive scholarships in the mail Alumni Association Scholarship 3 1 500 scholarships Three 1 500 scholarships increased or decreased at the discretion of the Alumni Council are awarded to a direct relative of a graduate for example parents siblings aunts uncles grandparents and or cousins of Carthage Alumni To compete admitted students must submit the required information postmarked no later than Jan 15 2013 Read more about the Alumni Association Scholarship Bridges Scholarship Full tuition The Bridges Scholarship is available to students of color and covers the cost of full tuition for a bachelor s degree in a pre seminary program at Carthage and graduate studies leading to a master of divinity degree at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago If you believe you have the gifts for ministry and would like more information about the Bridges Scholarship please contact the Carthage Office of Admissions for recommendation Download and print a Bridges Scholarship application PDF Business Scholarships 1 full tuition 2 22 000 per year One full tuition scholarship and two 22 000 per year scholarships incorporating all Carthage assistance To compete for these scholarships students must apply to Carthage and return the completed Business Scholarship Program application by December 3 2012 Read more about Business Scholarships Debate Scholarships Up to 10 000 per year Scholarships ranging up to 10 000 per year awarded to students interested in debate These scholarships are in addition to most other Carthage merit scholarships Recipients are selected by the director of debate by application and additional evaluation All aspects of the application must be completed by March 2 2013 Read more about Debate Scholarships Dr F Gregory Campbell Kenosha

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  • Admissions :: Carthage
    Phone E mail address Confirm E mail Mailing Address Number and Street Additional Address Line City Town State Province Zip Postal Code Country Educational Plans I would enter Carthage as a Freshman Transfer I would enter Carthage at the start of the following term Fall Term September January Term Spring term February Summer term June I would enter Carthage for the school year choose 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Intended Area s of Major Study Extracurricular Interests Educational Background High School City State Country Month of HS Graduation Year of HS Graduation College if any GPA GPA Scale 4 0 5 0 6 0 7 0 8 0 9 0 10 0 11 0 12 0 100 SAT ACT High School Background High School City State Country Month of HS Graduation Year of HS Graduation SAT ACT College Background GPA Member of Phi Theta Kappa Yes No College City State Dates attended from to College City State Dates attended from to College City State Dates attended from to Optional Information The following religious ethnic responses are optional and are used only for statistics and or grant consideration Predominant Ethnic Background No Response American Indian Alaskan Native Asian including India Pacific

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