Student Resources

We are all about enabling students to thrive doing academic work in college.

LEADS not only offers tutoring and disability services but also partners with offices across the campus to connect students to information, services, and support across all aspects of their academic life.

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Academic Enrichment Activities

Take advantage of an ongoing variety of activities throughout the year covering a range of relevant topics such as time management, note-taking, de-procrastination, and test-taking strategies.

These activities come in a variety of forms such as workshops, presentations, drop-in sessions, interactive opportunities, podcasts, and tabling. At times, activities are provided for particular groups such as Spark courses, athletes, Greek houses, residence hall floors, and clubs or organizations. All students are welcome to attend the sessions.


The Beloit Cross-Disability Coalition (BC-DC) is a club for Beloit College students with disabilities, their allies, and anyone who wants to learn more about disability.

Campus Support Partners

Writing Center

If you need assistance with writing a paper, from developing ideas through to final edits, contact the Writing Center.

Graduate and Professional School

If you are interested in how to select, apply, or fund graduate/professional school, contact the Career Works

Research Assistance

Make an individual appointment with college librarians to discuss your research paper and learn strategies to help you narrow your topic and find the information you can use.


If you are interested in volunteering with community organizations, tutoring programs in the local schools, and other volunteer opportunities, contact the Career Works

Asset-based Support

The Student Success, Equity, and Community office oversees various programs that support students who first-generation, low-income or have a disability.

Study Abroad

The Global Experience Office works with all students to explore the world or bring the world to them. If you are considering studying abroad this resource talks about intersectionality and traveling with a purpose.

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