Liberal Arts in Practice runs through the workings of Beloit. There are several offices in particular that are dedicated to the realization of the Liberal Arts in Practice. Learn about resources offered through these offices below.
Resources for College Students
- Liberal Arts in Practice Center (LAPC)
The Liberal Arts in Practice Center (LAPC) offers Beloit students resources for everything from career development, community based learning, and volunteering, to grant funding for summer opportunities.
- Center for Entrepreneurship (CELEB)
The Center for Entrepreneurship's (CELEB) space houses technology, equipment, and amenities for Beloit students to originate, plan, and execute entrepreneurial projects and develop necessary skills for self-employment.
- Office of International Education (OIE)
The Office of International Education (OIE) connects Beloit students with off-campus study opportunities, coordinates the Weissberg Program, and helps international students work and intern legally in the United States.
Resources for High School Students
- Help Yourself
Help Yourself is a community outreach initiative for low-income, minority, marginalized and under-represented youth in the Greater Beloit area funded by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
- Upward Bound
Upward Bound is a federally-funded TRIO program that provides high school students with educational opportunities designed to prepare them for college.