Resources & Opportunities
Find your channels.
- BATV, Beloit’s TV lab that also provides broadcast services for the City of Beloit’s public access channel.
- Beloit Fiction Journal, a student co-managed literary journal publishing the best in contemporary short fiction.
- Center for Entrepreneurial Education at Beloit (CELEB), Beloit’s unique program that supports student ventures in music, art, digital media, prototyping, and traditional start-ups.
- Career and Community Engagement Center
- WBCR FM, the Beloit College radio station.
Barbara and Bill Haseltine Prize in Media Studies
The Barbara and Bill Haseltine Prize in Media Studies is awarded annually to a Media Studies (declared) major in their sophomore or junior year at Beloit College. The prize, up to $5,000, gives the recipient the opportunity to pursue creative endeavors, service projects, entrepreneurial initiatives, and other activities outside the realm of Media Studies, away from the student’s home and away from Beloit.
Media Studies faculty will determine the amount and award the prize after reviewing essay submissions and related material. Selection is based on the quality and feasibility of the proposed activity and its benefit to the recipient’s liberal arts education. Following the completion of the project, the recipient will give a presentation about their project at Spring Symposium.
The Haseltine Prize shall not be awarded to fund internships, or course work at Beloit or other institutions, or to supplement summer income.
Required application materials
- An essay of no more than 700 words that details the proposed project. Applicants are strongly encouraged to seek the approval of a faculty member for the proposed project.
- If possible, a tentative budget for any equipment, accommodations, financial support, and related cost.
Annual timeline and deadlines
- Award announcement: Nov. 1
- Application deadline: Feb. 11
- Award recipient announced: March 1
- Award recognition: during the annual Spring Awards Ceremony