The best collegiate experience is one where the curriculum and co-curriculum are seamlessly integrated. With this value in mind, full-time undergraduate students are required to live in the residence halls and be enrolled in a meal plan until they attain senior standing. Learn more about Carthage’s residency requirement.
Carthage’s residence halls offer an exciting environment for living and learning. Our halls provide easy access to educational programs, leadership opportunities, and a full calendar of social activities.
The Oaks Village
The Oaks Village is Carthage’s newest housing option. Its six 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.
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Madrigrano Family Residence Hall
Residents of Madrigrano Family Residence 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. Three Greek organizations call Madrigrano home.
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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.
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Tarble Hall’s open door policy gives this all-female residence hall a warm, friendly atmosphere. Tarble is home to the Delta Theta Epsilon, 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.
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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.
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Carthage’s smallest and only all-male hall consists of approximately 30 residents. Its size creates a close-knit community where students immediately feel at home. Half of the rooms are equipped with a private bathroom. It is also conveniently located near Lentz Hall and the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Natural and Social Sciences.
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On the north side of campus, across the street from the Smeds Tennis Center, is a two-story apartment building. Eight one-bedroom apartments — each with a living room, full kitchen and bathroom — allow upper-class students to make the transition from residence hall to apartment-style living.
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New Residence Hall coming in Fall 2018!
Carthage begins construction on a new 43,000-square-foot residence hall in Summer 2017. The Tower will be eight stories tall and connect the existing Johnson and Madrigrano halls. The Tower will house up to 126 students and have two full floors of versatile common space where people across campus can gather. Carthage expects the hall to welcome its first residents in Fall 2018.
Read more about The Tower