If you are unsure if you are eligible to receive funding from a particular funding source, let the source determine that for you! Check the box on the Application Google Form.
The following grants are represented within the Common Grant. See details for these grants below:
Available to freshman, sophomores and juniors to support liberal arts in practice experiences
If you receive funding your experience needs to count for credit in some way:
- FEP 200
- FEP 201
- Course transfer
- Special Project
Remember that if you are registering a course for credit through the college, this will cost money. You can include this fee in your Budget. If you want the college to pay for you to receive credit, you need to put the cost of the course on your budget form. Please note that common grant funds cannot pay for you to take a course that Beloit offers with the exception of courses such as FEP 200, 201, or a special project.
Offered through the Office of International Education, the Weissberg Fund is for off-campus research, internships, and conference attendance in the field of human rights.
This grant intends to help to connect students' academic studies with real world experiences in the field of human rights. These grants are meant to defray travel and living expenses required to undertake internships and research over winter and summer breaks, and to attend professional conferences with Beloit College faculty.
$5,000 is available each year, with the average award anticipated to be $1,500. Grants can be combined with other sources, to the amount needed to carry out the activity.
NOTE: Applicants must describe in their applications how their past coursework and activities demonstrate an active commitment to human rights issues.
Offered through the Office of International Education, the International Grant Fund allows Beloit College students to build upon their international education experiences, to deepen their inquiry into topics and experiences that complement their international education, and to apply classroom learning in real world settings.
These grants are meant to defray travel and living expenses required to undertake internships and research over winter and summer breaks, and to attend professional conferences with Beloit College faculty. Recipients share their experiences with the campus community in Symposium presentations and in poster sessions.
The average award is anticipated to be $1,500. Grants can be combined with other sources, up to the amount needed to carry out the activity.
Offered through the Department of Economics, this award is to encourage junior economics majors to seek out challenging and demanding summer internships between their junior and senior year. The stipend available to students has two components: $1,500 available for documented costs associated with the internship (travel and rent are two obvious examples) and a $1,000 payment upon successful completion of the internship. Successful completion of the internship includes a letter evaluating performance by the internship supervisor, a self-evaluation, and a public presentation during the fall semester.
If you are applying for this internship, along with the Common Grant Application form you will need to submit:
- A copy of your resume used to apply for the internship(s) sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- A copy of the cover letter(s) sent to organizations offering internship opportunities sent to email@example.com
- A recommendation from a member of the Economics Department. This recommendation should be submitted via Google Forms. Please see Common Grant Application for the link to send to your professor.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to submit these materials by the Common Grant deadline. If any of the pieces above are missing, your application will not be considered.
This grant is available to any matriculating International Relations or Political Science students.