See yourself here

Beloiters are united in their uniqueness, believe in the strength of an inclusive community, learn from the world around them, and stay connected for a lifetime.

Design your experience

Beloiters learn in every nook and cranny of this place. Our flexible curriculum allows you to become your best self — entrepreneur, activist, scholar, and human. And your trusted advisors and mentors will give you support and encouragement along the way.

Professor of Anthropology Shannon Fie works with students individually in the Logan Museum lab. Professor of Anthropology Shannon Fie works with students individually in the Logan Museum lab.

Admission Stats

98% of students receive gift aid

We work with you to determine what affordability means, and we partner with each family to make an investment in a Beloit education possible.

93% of Beloiters are employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation

When your college experience includes internships, study abroad, mentored research, and personal initiatives, good things tend to happen.

100% test-optional

You’re an individual, and we’ll review your application as an individual as well. We’ll take the time to understand your unique educational experience and evaluate how you’ve performed and challenged yourself in the context of the resources available to you.

Why Beloit?

The value of your education can’t be quantified in ones and zeros. It’s a new perspective on the world, an unbeatable student experience, and a network for life. Beloit is worth it.

Beloit's highly ranked Studio Art... Beloit’s highly ranked Studio Art programs combine theory and practice, allowing access to great campus resources like the Wright Museum.

Student Stories

Exploring environmental justice in the wild

Abhey Guram’24 was one of many students who visited the Wilderness Field Station in Ely, Minnesota as a part of a summer environmental justice course. He sat down with Lucas Krueger’24, Ela Heywood’26, and course instructor Pablo Toral, to relive our experiences and and share the insights gained that summer.

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Students on a water run in Pablo Toral's Environmental Justice summer course at the Wilderness Field Station in Ely, Minnesota.

“Invest in yourself”

The priorities of Gisela Uribe’26 were to experience college life by living on campus, take small classes, and have easy access to professors, all while staying close to home. After connecting with advisors, Gisela now intends to major in data analytics and sociology, with the hopes of becoming a healthcare administrator.

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Gisela Uribe’26 is an all-around Beloiter. She hopes her majors in data science and sociology will prepare her for a career as a healthca...

Studying the Holocaust and memory in Germany and Poland

During a three-week Global Experience Seminar in Germany and Poland, Beloit College students explored the memorialization of the Holocaust. Guided by Beloit College President Eric Boynton, a professor of philosophy and religious studies, the students became a learning community, realizing the importance of preserving history and taking responsibility to avoid the mistakes of the past.

Read Kaitlyn’s perspective

At Memory's Edge seminar participants outside the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland. Assistant Director of the Global Experience Office...

A Minute With Garrison Ferone’22

In late April, fifth-year biology and Spanish language double major and shortstop Garrison Ferone’22 got his 205th hit, breaking Beloit’s all-time record previously held by Mike Kovach’11. Needless to say, it’s been an astronomical year for Ferone, now crowned the college’s “Hit King,” but it’s one year built on four others, including a semester studying abroad in the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador’s coast.

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Garrison Ferone’22

Planning the urban forest

Two Beloit College seniors, Emmalynn May’23 and Mikaila Davis’23, conducted research on campus which has resulted in an urban forest plan and campus tree map. The collaboration with the Facilities and Grounds department as well as mentorship from Professor Yaffa Grossman led to projects that will be valuable for years to come.

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student sits on a bench in the poetry garden with a laptop and green foliage around

Work hard, play hard

Beloit Bucs succeed on and off the field, in the lab and outside the box. With the guidance of coaches and teammates, student-athletes learn invaluable skills to put into practice every day.

The Buccaneer football team playing in front of a full crowd.

Join in the fun

Take charge of your schedule, activities, and involvement. Join a few things and see what fits. Create events. Explore. Let loose. The world is your oyster. 

Students prepare to launch a kayak during a Buccaneer Boathouse event on the Rock River.

Admission Stats

#1 Most Diverse College in Wisconsin

Rankings aren’t everything, but this is one we are proud of: Niche rates Beloit College as the number one most diverse college in Wisconsin. This matters here. It is who we are and who we want to be. Perspective, experiences, and uniqueness only make us stronger and better.

50+ Student Organizations

Get involved and help create the campus you want. Lead, manage, contribute, change, challenge, and help define our community. And have fun along the way.

#16 First Year Experience - U.S. News and World Report

Your experience inside and outside of the classroom is so important, and that’s our priority.

Hit the ground running

With a Beloit education (and experiences with Schools and Impact Beloit) under your belt, you’ll be prepared for wherever life takes you, from your first job to your future career and everywhere in between. 

Kaela Evans19 works with a fellow peer in the lab.

Alumni Stories

Pathways to Medicine

The new School of Health Sciences, announced this fall, will build on this deep tradition, providing current and future students a clear pathway between college and their careers as health professionals. A few recent alumni who are making a difference in the world as health care professionals recount how their Beloit education prepared them for their work in powerful and sometimes surprising ways.

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Taja Hereford’15

Point of No Return: Speaking out for democracy and freedom

Anastasia Voronovsky’21 grew up in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but as an international student on Beloit’s campus, she gained a new perspective on her home country and grappled with what she learned. When Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, Voronovsky spoke out, risking her relationships with family and friends, her career, her return to Russia, and even her own safety.

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Anastasia Voronovsky’21 uses a megaphone in an urban setting.

Native Truths

A permanent exhibit at Chicago’s Field Museum breaks new ground in how Native American stories are told and who tells them. Three Beloiters—Tom Skwerski’87, Jamie Kelly’96, and Emily Starck’14—played key roles in creating it.

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The entrance to Native Truths, the Field Museum's reworked exhibit of Native American life.

Pursuing a career as a science communicator

Clare Eigenbrode’20 has held several positions in the fields of social justice and environmental justice, with a focus on communication, outreach, and community building and empowerment. She is currently working as a freelance writer as she prepares to head (remotely) into her first semester in Johns Hopkins University’s MA in science writing program.

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Clare Eigenbrode

How they landed their first five jobs (and what they learned along the way)

Students got advice from an alumni panel about navigating careers, facing personal and professional adversity, and applying their Beloit experiences toward a fulfilling life. One key idea from Farooq Pasha’03: “You need to have the ability to adapt and to change quickly. And you need a realization of the skills that you have.”

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Stacie Rosenzweig’97, Nadir Carlson’16, Farooq Pasha’03, Tom Owenby’01, and Brienne Adams’08.

Things are always happening

Beloit is an active and vibrant community. There is always something happening on or around campus to enrich your experience. Current and former Beloiters are either creating memories or making news. You can find both here.

College to career

Beloit College is planning to create two schools—the School of Business and the School of Health Sciences —to further strengthen the college’s ability to ensure students find successful and fulfilling careers after graduation.

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