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Summer Programs

There's a lot happening in the summer at Beloit College. Current Beloit students, as well as visiting students from other universities, motivated high school students, established and emerging professionals, and those looking for educational enrichment, live and learn on campus as part of three different residential programs: the Center for Language Studies immersive language program, the Center for Collections Care hands-on practical training courses for museum, library, archive and conservation professionals, and 3-week intensive Beloit Blocks. Beloit College students also have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of summer research programs.


Center for Language Studies

7-week intensive language courses

Center for Language Studies (CLS) is an internationally recognized summer immersion program in three critical languages, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian. CLS offers intensive language courses at all levels and is open to high school students, undergraduate and graduate students, professionals, educators, and lifelong learners.

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Center for Collections Care

Practical workshops in conservation

The Center for Collections Care (C3) offers one-of-a-kind hands-on training for museum, library, archive, and conservation professionals. Beloit's distinctive resources—two campus museums (Logan Museum of Anthropology and Wright Museum of Art), a vibrant archive, historic costume and natural history collections— provide unparalleled opportunities to gain new skills, network with other professionals, and better prepare for advancement.

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Beloit Blocks

3-week intensive college courses

Beloit Blocks are for-credit academic courses for undergraduate students, highly motivated high school students, and alumni. The three-week intensive blocks focus on one topic and are taught by Beloit College faculty both here on campus and abroad.

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Summer Research and Community Programs

for current Beloit College students

Beloit College students interested in doing summer research can work:

  • with a faculty member on an original research project as a Sanger Research Scholar.
  • with science faculty and fellow Science Scholars on a summer project.
  • on a long-term research project and preparing for graduate school as a McNair Scholar.
  • on research which will benefit the local community as a Duffy Student Researcher.
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