Office of International Education
Whether from the US or abroad, the entire campus community engages in international education every day in classrooms, residence halls and through lectures, performances, exhibits, and casual conversations.
The Beloit College Office of International Education is charged with facilitating the internationalization of the College by providing
- study abroad and domestic off-campus study opportunities
- support for international students and scholars
- assistance with campus wide programming
- opportunities for faculty and staff international engagement
About International Education Week
International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education. Established in 1999, International Education Week promotes the international education of all students studying at U.S. colleges and universities. Beloit College has participated in the initiative since its inception with activities reflecting the many different ways in which the college and its alumni, students, staff and faculty engage with the world at home and abroad
The Annual Ivan and Janice Stone Lecture
Held during International Education week, this lecture honors the memory of Ivan and Janice Stone and is made possible by a gift from their estate. That gift also makes study abroad possible for students with financial need.
Saad Ahsan’21 and Pathik Rupwate’21 share their thoughts on becoming the new BSG co-presidents.
In our interview, Saad Ahsan’21 and Pathik Rupwate’21 talked about working together to raise the visibility of BSG and increase its effectiveness.