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Beloit College

Quick Facts

Financial aid
Percentage of freshmen receiving aid: 97%
Student/faculty ratio

At Beloit, students don't just build a transcript, they build a resume. Guided by a "Liberal Arts in Practice" philosophy, students are challenged to apply what they learn inside the classroom to the outside world through internships, field work, and study abroad programs. Faculty are committed teachers and mentors, often including students in their latest research projects. Alums consistently validate that Beloit is a "college that changes lives." Older than the state of Wisconsin itself, the 172-year-old historic campus is situated in a beautiful residential setting - a community of 1,350 undergraduates from nearly all 50 states and more than 40 countries.


Beloit stands out for its commitment to teaching and then bringing to life what students learn through internships, labs in every major, and meaningful study abroad. 

Enrollment: 1,350
Student/faculty ratio: 11:1

Getting in

Admission requirements

Beloit has no absolute secondary school requirements but gives preference to students from a rigorous college preparatory program and seeks applicants with special qualities and talents, as well as those from diverse ethnic, geographic, and economic backgrounds. The transcript is the most important element in the application to Beloit.


How AP credits are handled

Up to 8 units of credit from tests such as AP or IB examinations may be applied toward graduation.


Degrees offered

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Other programs

Pre-professional programs in environmental management and forestry, engineering, law, and health professions

Percentage of freshmen receiving aid: 97% 
Percentage of all full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 90%
For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Financial Aid Office at 608.363.2663 or

FAFSA code: 003835

Tuition and fees: $50,040
Room and board: $8,830

Conference/division affiliation: NCAA Division III Midwest Conference

Men’s Athletics

Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field, tennis and volleyball

Women’s Athletics 

Basketball, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, track & field, tennis, volleyball

Intramurals offered

Dr. Scott Bierman

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700 College Street
Beloit, WI 53511-5509


Located on the Illinois-Wisconsin state line, Beloit is a Midwestern community with international flair. Students come from 49 states and more than 40 foreign countries. More than half of Beloiters study abroad