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Hundreds of people gathered Friday for the ceremonial groundbreaking for the $10 million renovation of the Col. Robert Morse Library, which will be the home of Impact Beloit, the college’s new community outreach and engagement hub.

Impact Beloit groundbreaking connects college with community, businesses

Impact Beloit Fellows will start work with Sky Carp, Beloit International Film Festival, and the Merrill Community Center this fall.  

Photo caption: Beloit College Library staff hand the microfilm reader to Beloit Historical Society Assistant Director Jesse Herscher. (Left to right: Chief Information Officer and Library Director Ted Wilder, Herscher, Collection Acquisition and Access Coordinator Kallie Leonard, LITS Office Manager Shannon Nordgren, Assistant Director of LITS Adam Dinnes, College Archivist Emeritus Fred Burwell.

Beloit College Morse Library donates equipment to Beloit Historical Society

The college’s donation of a microfilm reader will help local residents access the extensive collection at the historical society.  

A new first-floor entrance is planned for the library’s east side.

Morse Library renovations start mid-May

The college is embarking on a $10 million library renovation and a new career-ready center, Impact Beloit. 


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