First-year and transfer students usually enter in the fall semester, but applications also are considered for terms beginning in January, February, and June.
Contact the Office of Admissions at 262-551-6000 or 800-351-4058, or [email protected]
If you have been denied admission and wish to learn about the appeal process, please contact the Admissions Office Freshmen who are likely to be admitted will have: Applications are reviewed once all application materials arrive.
If one item is missing, that will hold up the entire application review process.
You may also call us to check the status of your application: 262-595-2355.
A decision can only be shared directly with the student who applied.
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.
Nonacademic factors include, but are not limited to, leadership, community service, special talent and ability, and personal characteristics that contribute to the strengths and diversity of the university.
The most competitive candidates for admission present positive factors in their application that are both academic and nonacademic.