Office of

Communications & Integrated Marketing

Telling the stories of Beloit College.

Students line up at food trucks during Spring Day

The Office of Communications and Integrated Marketing creates high quality materials that strengthen the college’s national reputation and connect the campus community, prospective students, alumni, and namesake city with Beloit College. Our work is aimed at sparking interest and compelling action among these constituencies while inspiring pride in Beloit’s history and building enthusiasm for its future.

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We have been so busy helping make the entire site look good, that we are leaving ours for last. In the mean time, please reach out to our staff for assistance.

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With the launch of the new, some links you might know from the previous version of the site might have moved around a bit. But, the new site search tool is pretty powerful (and getting better every minute). Or, If you’re having trouble finding a particular page, or have suggestions for links on this page, reach out to our staff and let us know!

Three Generation of Migrants: A Family History

Jesus Salas will speak about his family’s experiences as migrant farmworkers in Wisconsin.

Jesus Salas
is the descendant of a Mexican American family who first came to Wisconsin during the 1940s. He worked throughout his early school years as a migrant farmworker. Salas led protests, marches, and organizing efforts to secure rights and improve conditions for himself, his family, and the migrant community during the 1960s and 1970s.

Evelyn Roman ’19 stands in front of her artworks celebrating Latinx women in Pearsons.

Evelyn Roman ’19 Honors Trailblazers Through Art

Evelyn Roman ’19, a major in sociology, decided to cap off her Beloit experience by giving back through art. 


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