To read about Beloit’s Spring 2021 plans, visit our Back at Beloit information site.

Academic Affairs

The Office of the Provost and Dean of the College is responsible for academic and student life programs and for supporting the faculty and staff.

The Office of the Provost and Dean oversees all college operations directly pertaining to academic affairs and student life. This approach integrates all activities related to the curriculum and co-curriculum including Academic Departments and Programs; Student Success, Equity and Community; Residential Life; Career and Community Engagement; International Education; Museums; Athletics; Library; Information Technology Services; and Registrar.


Beloit College opened the Fall 2020 semester with a Convocation that featured Beloit Student Government Co-Presidents Pathik Rupwate’21 and Saad Ahsan’21 asking students to commit to the idea that “self-care is community-care.

Provost and Dean of the College

Eric Boynton, Provost and Dean of the College Eric Boynton is the Provost and Dean of the College. In this position, he leads the college’s academic and student affairs activities. He holds a Ph.D. in the philosophy of religion from Rice University and a B.A. from the University of Redlands in religion and art history. He came to Beloit College from Allegheny College where he held the positions of Chair and Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Director of Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of the Honors Program, and Chair of Black Studies.


Faculty & Staff Recognition Celebration

This year’s Recognition Celebration will be held virtually on Tuesday, April 20, at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. As usual, the celebration will include the presentation of the James R. Underkofler Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award as well as the Phee Boon Kang ’73 Prize for Innovation in Teaching with Technology. In addition, we will also honor faculty who are receiving emeritus status.


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