Kenosha, WI-(ENEWSPF)- Carthage College has named Kortni Robinson from Park Forest to its dean’s list for academic excellence during the fall 2021 semester.
Dean’s list honors are accorded to Carthage students who achieve a minimum 3.5 grade-point average while carrying at least 14 credit hours during a semester.
Kortni Robinson earned the honor. This is not the first time Robinson made the dean’s list at Carthage.
Carthage College is delivering trend-bucking growth by raising expectations for a private college experience. It blends the best liberal arts traditions with desirable degree programs, transformative learning opportunities, personal attention from distinguished faculty, and a focus on career development, which makes its graduates competitive in the workforce. Founded in 1847, Carthage is located on an idyllic shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the thriving corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago. Grow with Carthage: www.carthage.edu
Our campus is a peaceful arboretum with breathtaking lake views — but we’re located in the vibrant city of Kenosha, Wisconsin, with Chicago and Milwaukee just a short trip away.
Classes are small with an average of just 17 students — but opportunities loom large. Carthage students land coveted jobs and internships, compete in 28 varsity sports, expand their impact through 130+ student organizations, and pursue passions as far-reaching as underwater study to out-of-this-orbit NASA research.
Carthage’s degree programs are powerful and purposeful — but rooted in the liberal arts, so students graduate prepared not just with the skills they need to excel in their first job, but the critical thinking skills and adaptability they’ll need to succeed in every job after that.
Carthage is one of only two liberal arts colleges in the country to lead NASA’s Space Grant Consortium, and we’ve been sending students into zero-g for more than a decade. Our students build experiments that fly on Blue Origin rockets and are headed for the International Space Station. And that’s just in our space sciences program. At Carthage, research is built into the student experience.Carthage is one of only two liberal arts colleges in the country to lead NASA’s Space Grant Consortium, and we’ve been sending students into zero-g for more than a decade. Our students build experiments that fly on Blue Origin rockets and are headed for the International Space Station. And that’s just in our space sciences program. At Carthage, research is built into the student experience.
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