If you’re healthy, safe, and spiritually and socially satisfied, take it from us, it’s going to be much easier to learn. Below are some of the resources available to Beloit students.
Career Services can help you with internship searches, writing your resume, career and major exploration, and interviewing skills. They also offer workshops and career fairs throughout the year.
No matter how rigorous your health regimen, everyone is bound to get sick at some point, which is why the Health and Wellness Center is conveniently located on campus, directed by the campus nurse and frequented by local doctors, and open from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday while classes are in session. Short-term counseling is also available through the Health and Wellness Center. Appointments can be made by calling (608) 363-2331.
From tutoring to time management to helpful podcasts to support for students with disabilities, the office offers individual support and a number of workshops throughout the semester. The office is located on the second floor of Pearsons Hall. Staff can be reached at (608) 363-2572.
Beloit is a diverse place, and that’s something we’re proud of. The Office of Intercultural Affairs is all about promoting inclusiveness, and does so through programming and dialogue, like celebrating annual heritage months and holidays.
Beloit College security officers are a regular and reassuring presence all over campus, as are the blue-lit, easy-to-spot emergency phones.
As in all things, students are encouraged to exercise common sense in maintaining their own personal safety—walking with a friend, remaining aware and alert. In the event anything does occur, the security office is always available at ext. 2355.
The college’s Spiritual Life Program exists to help you “follow your passions, live the questions and take the next step on your spiritual journey,” whether that’s finding a place of worship in Beloit or learning more about different faiths. In A Conversation with Bill Conover, you can learn about what it’s like to be religious at Beloit.
The Student Engagement and Leadership Office offers workshops, resources, materials, and guidance for clubs and their leaders, whether it involves programming or funding or anything in between. Need to get off campus? They plan regular excursions to Beloit (Wednesday Night Errands) and beyond (trips to Madison, Chicago.)
The TRIO department at Beloit College houses all three Beloit College federally funded TRIO Programs, Student Support Services, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaurete Achievement Program and Upward Bound, as well as the state- and college-funded Help Yourself Programs. TRIO programs offer support for students who meet certain criteria.
When you’re at Beloit, you can expect to be writing. Non-stop. Even the most seasoned scribes need someone to proof their work and tighten up a term paper, and the peer tutors at the Writing Center can do just that.