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Student Opportunities

Finding adventure with the Haseltine prize

Hope Joy Nelson’23, the first recipient of of the Barbara and Bill Haseltine prize for media studies, left her comfort zone and traveled to Portland to experience living on her own.  Her blog “Hope This Helps” documents her experience and has a clear message for her fellow students: “If I can do it, you can do it, too.”

“Hope’s project epitomizes what the Barbara and Bill Haseltine Prize is all about,” says Eric May’79, the award’s founder. “To encourage students to go outside their comfort zone and give them the confidence to do anything.”

Read their stories

Hope Joy Nelson’23 was the first recipient of the Hope Joy Nelson’23 was the first recipient of the Barbara and Bill Haseltine prize for media studies.

Natalia Ramirez-Vang’24 studying abroad in Townsville, Australia. Natalia Ramirez-Vang ’24 studied abroad in Townsville, Australia, during the fall 2022 semester.

Experience the WOrld

Study Abroad Highlight: Townsville, Australia

Natalia Ramirez-Vang’24 is an anthropology and political science double major with a Spanish and museum studies double minor who studied at James Cook University in Australia.

“Studying abroad means you get to learn which values in society, economics, politics, and more are prioritized in another country and relearn the same concepts from a whole new perspective,” she explains. 

Read Natalia’s story

Inspiring Alumni

Preparing students for careers in the world of sports

At Beloit, academic coursework and hands-on learning have helped current students and alumni translate their love of sports into careers.

“What makes Beloit stand out from other liberal arts colleges is its investment in the kinds of career development support that can help students translate their personal interests in sports into careers,” says says professor of English and journalism Shawn Gillen.

Learn more about sport career support at Beloit College

JT Toepfer’23 gets ready to call one of the Buccaneers' football games. JT Toepfer’23 gets ready to call one of the Buccaneers’ football games.

Drake Marquez (right) presenting an idea to a peer outside Morse-Ingersoll Hall. Drake Marquez (right) presenting an idea to a peer outside Morse-Ingersoll Hall.

Find your voice

Creating spaces for representation

Before even completing his third semester, first-generation college student Drake Marquez’25 is already finding ways to appreciate and elevate the experiences of his peers, from drafting a new club charter for Spanish-speaking Beloiters to becoming involved in student government.

“It’s really cool that I have a voice now,” Drake says. “I don’t have to sit back and let things happen, but I can speak up and challenge some notions. It’s really cool to be involved in [the financial aid and judicial boards].”

Read Drake’s story

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