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Communications & Integrated Marketing

Put simply, everything speaks.

What people know, think, say, and feel about Beloit College comes from a wide range of sources, experiences, and interactions. The college’s faculty, curriculum, website, social media, publications, events, facilities, signage, staff, and the countless other ways people observe and interact with Beloit all shape the college’s brand.

A view from the rooftop of the Sanger Center for the Sciences shows a park-like Beloit College campus.

College announces modules for Fall 2020 as COVID-19 response

In an email to students, President Scott Bierman announced the fall 2020 semester will be divided into two modules, and each of our courses will be delivered as full-unit, seven-week courses in one of these modules. Instead of a typical course load of four simultaneous courses over fourteen weeks, students will be able to take two courses prior to fall break and two courses after fall break.

“We believe that the flexibility of the modular approach allows you to plan now for your fall semester with an expectation of less disruption to your educational experience whether it is happening on-campus or off-campus,” wrote Bierman. 

Sylvia Lopez takes her class outside on nice days.

Bridging language and community

The Rotary Club of Beloit has named Sylvia Lopez, Harry C. Moore Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, its Teacher of the Month for March.


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