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  • Apply Online — Admissions — Carthage College
    American College Testing Program or the SAT Scholastic Assessment Testing Program are also important factors taken into consideration Students graduating from an accredited secondary school with a strong college preparatory background are best prepared for academics at Carthage The College recommends but does not require that students complete a minimum of 16 academic units in high school including English foreign language science mathematics and social studies High school students should submit the following when applying for admission A completed application An official high school transcript Official results from the SAT or the ACT standardized tests 35 application fee Applications transcripts and other credentials become a part of the permanent file of Carthage and may not be returned or forwarded Once the student has been admitted to Carthage an advance deposit of 300 is requested to hold a place in the entering class Submit the enrollment deposit online For students starting in the fall term this deposit is completely refundable up to May 1 of the initial year of attendance The deposit is non refundable for the spring and summer semesters Advanced Placement AP and International Baccalaureate IB Advanced Placement Examinations consisting of both objective and free response sections are administered to students who have completed college level Advanced Placement courses in high school A score of 1 through 5 is assigned by a group of evaluators based on the score for the objective section and review of the free response questions Carthage awards credit in recognition of scores 3 through 5 and the required score to receive college credit may vary from course to course Entering students who wish credit for Advanced Placement must submit official results to the Office of Admissions Review Carthage s AP policy Carthage also awards credit for International Baccalaureate Review Carthage s IB policy Transfer Students During the evaluation process admissions representatives consider all aspects of a student s academic background Primary emphasis focuses on the secondary school record including the number and nature of courses completed grade point average in academic courses and rank in class Scores from the ACT American College Testing Program or the SAT Scholastic Assessment Testing Program are also important factors taken into consideration Students graduating from an accredited secondary school with a strong college preparatory background are best prepared for academics at Carthage The College strongly recommends that students complete a minimum of 16 academic units in high school including English foreign language science mathematics and social studies Transfer students should submit the following when applying for admission A completed application An official and final high school transcript if less than 12 transferable college credits have been completed Official transcripts from all college level course work A 35 application fee Students considered for admission to Carthage should be in good standing with all previous or current colleges and have a minimum grade point average of 2 25 on a 4 0 scale Carthage gives full value to transcripts and records from institutions accredited by the North Central Association of

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  • Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    looking through the following club categories or check out an alphabetical list of all of our clubs and organizations Campus Publications and Media Get published Be heard Carthage has three student run publications a graphic design club and a radio station to serve the campus community Departmental Clubs Spend time with people who share your major and academic interests Join a club devoted to an academic area of study at Carthage General Interest Student organizations at Carthage fulfill a wide range of interests and hobbies Interests are constantly changing so find where you fit or start a new club Government Have an interest in leadership government or politics There are several organizations on campus that provide a way to get involved on campus or off Honorary Organizations The achievements of Carthage students do not go unrecognized A number of campus and national organizations honor students for academic and other personal achievements Performance Groups Carthage provides many avenues for students to release their creative energies Be it stage or music there is a spotlight waiting for you Professional Organizations A successful collegiate experience includes academic success personal development and career preparation Professional organizations provide opportunities to apply what you ve learned in class build contacts and grow in your chosen field Religious For many students at Carthage religious life is an important part of their experience here Grow in your faith learn about other religions and assist with community projects Social Service Clubs An important component of service to ourselves is service to others Carthage strongly supports the idea of giving of ourselves to make our environment and community better Social Fraternities and Sororities For many students Greek life is a major component of the college experience At Carthage the Greek system plays a valuable role in the campus community Many

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  • Greek Life — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Student Contact Nic Miller Advisor Prof Sandra Bisciglia Tau Kappa Epsilon TKEs Established in 1998 Tau Kappa Epsilon is the newest international fraternity to the Carthage community Along with a strong academic focus Tekes promote brotherhood community outreach leadership and equality TKE promotes these ideals by being involved with the Kenosha community The Tekes at Carthage participate in events like the TKE and Chi Omega Easter Eggstravaganza Shalom Center Clothes and the South Eastern Wisconsin Special Olympics Tau Kappa Epsilon is designed to maximize the college experiences of young men while preparing them for lifelong success and friendships Student Contact Matthew Atkins Advisor Wayne Thompson Tau Sigma Chi Turtles and Turtle Doves Coed Tau Sigma Chi is a coed fraternity The men are known as the Turtles and the women are known as Doves This fraternity was founded in 1953 as a service club having as its purpose to promote and encourage good fellowship to instill school spirit to strengthen the intramural program of the College to promote good leadership and to serve Carthage Turtle Student Contact Alex George Advisor Prof Eric Pullin Blog Alumni Website Tau Sigma Phi Sigs Tau Sigma Phi is about building a strong foundation in leadership student life and community service The fraternity is dedicated to teaching young men and women important values and building them into better adults for the future Members are dedicated to student life and hold Carthage s values dear We build strong bonds through brotherhood and sisterhood that will remain forever Student Contact Daniel Wetherald Advisor Nina Fleming Sororities Alpha Chi Omega A Chi O Alpha Chi Omega is a social sorority on campus Members pride themselves on upholding the five membership criteria of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority academic interest character financial responsibility leadership ability and personal development Members are heavily involved around campus Service includes hosting the annual Week of Hope to promote domestic violence awareness Activities in this special week include an AXO Man Pageant a self defense class an influential speaker and a candlelight vigil Student Contact Devyn Conway Advisor Prof Kathy Duffy Website Chi Omega Chi O The Beta Lambda chapter of Chi Omega the largest national women s fraternity was established at Carthage in 1996 The full potential of its members is reached through its six founding purposes friendship high standards of personnel sincere learning and creditable scholarship community service campus activities and career development The owl is the most recognizable symbol of this non hazing fraternity and its unmistakable colors are red and yellow Membership in Chi Omega is a lifetime experience of sisterhood friendship leadership and personal growth Student Contact Gabrielle Richards Advisor Nicole Smith Delta Sigma Theta The Sigma Upsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc was chartered on April 19 1997 by 7 Ladies who had a vision of bringing the illustrious sisterhood of Delta Sigma Theta to the University of Wisconsin Parkside and Carthage College campuses Since then the chapter has continued to strive and achieve success by

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  • Residence Life — Campus Life — Carthage College
    everything from study hours to intramurals Participation in residence life is a vital part of your intellectual development Consider it a live in classroom with highly trained staff for support and advice The Oaks Village The Oaks Village is Carthage s newest housing option Its five buildings offer students single and double rooms with two people per bathroom Students live in a house concept with 16 students per floor sharing a large community space at the apex of each building Read more Take a virtual tour Madrigrano Family Residence Hall Residents of Madrigrano Family Residence Hall formerly South Hall say that their hall identity centers on friendship and community The hall s 320 residents establish close ties and are frequently active in athletics and campus organizations Volleyball on the hall s terrace is a popular pastime Four Greek organizations call Madrigrano home Read more Johnson Hall A welcoming community of approximately 330 residents where everybody knows your name Johnson Hall is home to five Greek organizations and two study intensive wings During the hall s annual Haunted Hall event residents decorate their floor Students tour the creepy crypt and cast their ballots Read more Denhart Hall Denhart Hall is home to approximately 330 residents and a healthy mix of first year and upper class students The residents work hard to establish a personal touch of identity and personality in their new home away from home Three Greek organizations call Denhart home Read more Tarble Hall Tarble Hall s open door policy gives this all female residence hall a warm friendly atmosphere Tarble is home to the Sigma Alpha Chi and Pi Theta sororities and two study intensive wings End of the semester stress relieving programs are a favorite as is the annual Breast Cancer Awareness Week Read more Swenson Hall

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  • The Oaks — Residence Life — Campus Life — Carthage College
    per floor sharing a large community space at the apex of the building The floor living room has a couch chairs television study tables and a kitchenette with a sink microwave and refrigerator Each floor has both single and double rooms with two people per bathroom Single rooms are connected to another single and together are referred to as a singles suite since the bathroom and closet area is shared

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  • Visiting Carthage — Admissions — Carthage College
    To schedule an individual appointment contact the Office of Admissions at 800 351 4058 Carthage s proximity to Milwaukee and Chicago invites a memorable vacation and provides excellent opportunities to take in the sights after visiting us on the Lake Michigan shore For your convenience we have compiled some information to make your visit to Carthage and southeastern Wisconsin more enjoyable Click on the links at left to learn more about area attractions and dining lodging options Preview Days include a presentation about admissions financial aid the Carthage curriculum and student life and a tour of campus Preview Days are offered on weekday mornings and afternoons or on Saturday mornings See the schedule Sign up for a Weekday Preview Day Sign up for a Saturday Preview Day Individual Visits Carthage encourages all interested students and their families to contact the Office of Admissions and arrange for a personalized tour on a day that is convenient for them Interviews information sessions meetings with coaches or faculty and tours are available year round Monday through Friday Scheduling your visit is required Two weeks advance notice is appreciated though shorter notice can sometimes be accommodated Call the Office of Admissions at 800 351

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  • Sustainability at Carthage — Carthage College
    students are acting to add green to that palette by taking into account the effect the College has on the environment Going green involves numerous steps many of them small both by the College and individual students and faculty members This is an issue where everyone has responsibilities says William Hoare associate vice president for business We re not going to get anywhere as an institution or as a society until we all take responsibility For many years Carthage has sought to pursue responsible practices in construction landscaping energy use and recycling to contribute to a cleaner sustainable environment Those efforts include using recycled products whenever feasible using environment friendly cleaning supplies and reducing construction waste by 70 percent Carthage joined 15 members of the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in a compliance program to deal with state and federal environmental regulations Starting last fall a group of administrators faculty and students began meeting informally to discuss additional sustainability opportunities We want future Carthaginians to enjoy the atmosphere that past generations have Mr Hoare says Learn more about the College s green efforts in Building Maintenance and Materials Construction and Renovation Dining Services Landscaping Recycling and Waste Management

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  • SURE — Carthage College
    2012 SURE includes all academic divisions at Carthage Thirty six students were selected for the program in 2012 Students selected to participate in SURE spend 10 weeks on campus doing research full time 40 hours per week with a faculty mentor Students receive a stipend campus room and board and a small research budget All SURE students and faculty mentors meet weekly for lunch during which students present their progress At the end of the program students are required to write a project report and display their findings at a poster session for the Carthage community A Look at the Research Carthage SURE projects cover all academic disciplines at Carthage Here is a look at some of the projects students have tackled in recent years Recording bat populations using a bat detector biology Studying the effects of acute stress on recognition memory in rats neuroscience Investigating the environmental fate of personal care products in local aquatic systems environmental science Software evolution and the moving picture metaphor computer science Designing a rocket payload to test a groundbreaking zero gravity propellant gauge physics Examining the implications of the parent school choice program education Studying the effect of student loans on the economy economics A study of education politics and virtue in Xenophon s Education of Cyrus Interdisciplinary Studies A study of pain in pleasure in Aeschylus Prometheus Bound Interdisciplinary Studies A film and musical analysis of the silent movie Modern Times music Adapting the novel Day and Night into a full length play theatre See a full list of past research projects How to Participate The Carthage SURE program seeks applicants from students in their first through third year of study at Carthage and welcomes students from all majors Each academic division at Carthage has its own eligibility guidelines and selection process

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