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Giving to Carthage supports what matters most: our students. Imagine, with more resources, how far our Carthage community can go. Your gifts lead the way to fulfill our promise to students today and secure futures for those who follow.

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  • Serena Richardson ?24

    “I received the Ruud Scholarship and the Alumni Association Scholarship. I am beyond grateful for the financial support to be a curious and avid learner.”

  • Danae Palmer ?25

    “I have received the Harshman Scholarship, Highest Honors Scholarship, and Music Scholarship. These scholarships motivate me to continue performing my best as a student.”

  • Christopher Sandoval Terry

    “I received the Hobbs Burkee Scholarship. Receiving this scholarship gave me a lot of validation, knowing I am doing good work in the department.”

  • Kiannah Hayes

    “I have received many scholarships and I am thankful for all of them! The one I hold dear to my heart is the Black Student Union Scholarship. I’ve been a member of the Black Student Union since my freshman year.”

  • Connor Wiseman

    “I have been honored to receive the Ralph and Margaret Tenuta Carthage Endowed Scholarship. I also received the Carthage Academic Honors Scholarship. These scholarships have allowed me to pursue my goal of becoming a physician.”

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Carthage needs your support to raise funds for much needed improvements to our Softball Field tha...


Help us change the game! As a College typically recognized for having some of the best NCAA Division III facilities, Carthage needs your support to raise funds for much needed improvements to our Softball Field that will provide a new, best-in-class home for our winning athletic program


Wiggan-Kenniebrew Funds

Carthage has two funds to support students of color, named in honor of the first male and female students of African-American descent to graduate from Carthage, Lorraine A. Wiggan ’46 and Alonzo H. Kenniebrew ’54. Both funds were established by the Wiggan-Kenniebrew Black Alumni Network. This group of alumni is dedicated to providing support for current Carthage students of color, especially those of African American descent and those who support the African American community..

Learn more about the Wiggan-Kenniebrew Funds


Innovation at Carthage

The President’s Discretionary Fund accelerates our ability to act, meet needs, and position Carthage to be a driving force in the economy of the region as we connect Carthage more deeply to the needs of society, particularly to southeastern Wisconsin. Carthage will need additional resources to offer new programs, undertake new initiatives, and conduct research in emerging areas.

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Attendees pose for a photograph at the 2018 President's Recognition Dinner. Carthage holds severa...


Carthage honors the philanthropic partnerships formed with our most committed donors. Your partnership powers every aspect of education at Carthage College, from financial aid and internships to faculty and program support. Every gift makes a difference!



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