Know a high school student who would benefit from experiencing campus life while earning college credit?
Beloit’s Summer Fields is a unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to do just that. Summer Fields participants from around the country reside in our dorms, eat in the cafeteria, and utilize all the resources Beloit College has to offer, all while earning a (transferable) unit of college credit. What’s more—the dependents of faculty and staff at Beloit College may be eligible for full tuition remission for this program.
This summer’s courses are:
- Creative Writing Workshop: Fish, Fowl, Flood, Water Lily, Mud: Water in the Literary Imagination
- Introduction to Drawing and Design
- Why Museums Matter
The application deadline for this season’s sessions is May 31, so do not delay. For a full description of each course, as well as some information on the professors and faculty teaching them, please visit our courses and faculty pages.
Questions? Contact Director of Summer Programs Dan Perusich, or professor and Associate Dean Scott Lyngaas.