Campus Resources

In addition to our many employer services, career fairs, internships, and other programs, there are many alternative methods available for you to connect with students at Beloit College.


Community-Based Learning
promotes academically-grounded, community engagement.  From one-hour encounters to semester-long explorations, community-based learning is tailored to enhance academic goals in all disciplines. In addition to course work, students can pursue community engagement through internships, special projects, Venture grants and fellowships. Community-Based Learning is part of the Liberal Arts in Practice Center (LAPC) along with Career Services and The Campus and Community Outreach Center (CCOC) located at 703 Emerson Street.




The Campus and Community Outreach Center (CCOC) aims to bridge the gap between the campus and community. The CCOC is a student run organization striving to find volunteer opportunities for students based on their interests to acquaint them with the Beloit community while continuing to maintain and build strong lasting community partnerships in the Beloit area.  The CCOC is part of the Liberal Arts in Practice Center (LAPC) along with Career Services and Community-Based Learning located at 703 Emerson Street.



Student Clubs and Organizations
For a list of student clubs and organizations, visit the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership.  Beloit College has more than 50 student clubs and organizations as well as fraternities and sororities on campus. These groups represent a great way for you to get to know our students and increase your organization's visibility through speaking engagements, sponsorship, or group projects.


If you're like most employers, you're eager to diversify your workforce and connect with new college graduates (or interns) who are members of under represented groups. We have a number of resources on campus to help you do just that.

Student Excellence and Leadership (SEL)
This office provides advising and support services to minority students and other under represented groups and is a good connection for employers seeking such candidates.

Learning Enrichment and Disability Services Office
Similarly, this office provides support services for students with disabilities and would also be a good connection point for your organization.

McNair Scholars Program
Like Student Excellence and Leadership (SEL), this office serves minority and under represented groups and focuses on preparation for graduate study at the Ph.D. level.


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For further ideas for connecting with our students, call Career Services at (608) 363-2673 or email us at