Off-Campus Opportunities


Whether you want to head down the street or across the world, we’ll help you find ways address real-world sustainability challenges.

Beloit students and professors travel to the Yellow River area in China to take part in the Lands... Beloit students and professors travel to the Yellow River area in China to take part in the Landscapes in Transition program.

Prairie and Woods: The college owns properties with native prairies, woods, springs, and streams that are used for teaching and research purposes.

Caritas Food Pantry, a 501(c)3 organization, partners with students to provide food and grocery items to hungry families across Beloit.

Welty Environmental Center provides year-round programs focused on hands-on encounters with biological, physical, and chemical elements of nature.

Community Sharing Garden transformed a local vacant lot into something of greater beauty and purpose, to create opportunities for broader community interest and engagement in the neighborhood and to provide fresh vegetables to our neighbors.

Natural Land Institute provides an enduring legacy of natural land in northern Illinois for people, plants, and animals.

Landscapes in Transition provides opportunities to study abroad in China and Japan.

Study abroad partners in Israel, Tanzania, Norway, New Zealand, Equador, and many other countries offer exciting Sustainability programs.

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