1992The Johnson House/Alumni Guest House complex is completed, a building designed to house guest rooms and Carleton's Admissions Office.
1993The Center for Mathematics and Computing opens.
1995The new Biological Sciences building (later named Hulings Hall) is completed.
1995Boliou Hall Phase II remodeling is completed.
1997Olin and Mudd Hall's renovation is completed.
1998Nourse Hall is remodeled.
1998First LGBT Family Reunion is held on campus in October.
2000The Recreation Center opens.
2000Carleton receives its first-ever presidential visit, as President Bill Clinton addresses graduating seniors at Commencement.
2001The new Language and Dining Center opens
2001A new Gender and Sexuality Center opens in the basement of Scoville Hall
2001Nine townhouse-style student residences open.
2001The applicant pool for admission to Carleton exceeds 4,000 for the first time. (4,061)
2002Twigonometry is erected on the Bald Spot. It was taken down in 2006
2002Robert Oden becomes Carleton's tenth president, coming to Carleton from the presidency of Kenyon College.
2004The first wind turbine is erected, making Carleton the first college in the world to own and operate a utility-scale wind turbine.
2004The Queers & Allies House (Q&A House) is institutionalized.
2005Carleton students build the campus’s first green roof atop Olin Hall of Science.
200650 Carleton Singing Knights from the past 50 years gather on campus for a 50th anniversary concert.
2007The Council Ring is built.
2007Arabic language courses are offered for the first time on campus.
2007Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS) becomes Carleton's newest major.
2009Two new dormitories, Cassat Hall and Memorial Hall, are built. Memorial Hall is renamed James Hall in 2012.
2010Steve Pozkanzer is named the 11th college president. He came to Carleton from the presidency of SUNY New Paltz.
2011Carleton adds its second wind turbine.
2011The Weitz Center for Creativity opens. The building added 30,000 square feet of new construction to the former Northfield Middle School and was designed "to serve as a working laboratory for creativity - not only in the arts, but across the entire curriculum."
2011Carleton initiates a Climate Action Plan with the goal of becoming a carbon neutral campus by 2050.
2012Evans Hall is renovated.
2014A new Facilities Master Plan is approved. This will result in major physical changes to the campus over the next ten years. Some changes include renovations to many campus buildings and the construction of new science and music facilities.