Help Yourself and Summer LABS have their final week of programming this week; Center for Language Studies continues. We welcomed the Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth to campus on Sunday for the first of two sessions, and will be joined by a Football Camp from Chicago on Monday.
See shared Google Doc for classroom assignments (Classroom Schedule Update 7.22.11).
- July 24 – August 6: Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth (Amber Moreyra, Liaison)
- July 25 – July 29: Youth Sports Day Camp (Athletics Department)
- July 25 – July 29: Football Camp (John Winkelmann, Liaison
Beloit College Academic Programs and Events
- June 11-August 5: Center for Language Studies (Olga Ogurtsova -Faculty Director, Tom Kreiser - Administrative Director)
- July 10 – July 29: Help Yourself Pre-Collegiate Academy (Stephanie King, Director, Tom Owenby, Assistant Director)
- July 11 – July 29: Summer LABS: Dancers Reflecting & Responding to the World and Poetry Workshop (Alisa Pykett, Program Director; Chris Johnson and Fran Abbate, Faculty)
Coming up next:
August 13: Head RAs return to campus
August 14: All RAs return to campus
August 16 - August 21: Student Support Services Summer Bridge Program (Nate Edwards and Jennifer Stitt, Directors)
August 18: Men’s and women’s soccer players arrive
August 22: New students arrive
August 24-August 29: Student Support Services Junior Bridge Program (Nate Edwards and Jennifer Stitt, Directors)
The Summer Bridge program at Beloit College is a fun and educational pre-college orientation program designed to provide a smooth and successful transition to college. Students live on campus, attend daily workshops, participate in cultural events, and make life-long friends.
The Focus on the Future (FOF) Junior Bridge is a program at Beloit College tailored to help educate rising Juniors about careers, leadership skills, research opportunities, and post graduate educational opportunities. The program is designed to provide students the essential information needed to succeed their last two-years at Beloit College and prepare them for life after Beloit. Selected students will live on campus, attend daily workshops, and participate in a community project.