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Beloit College

Beloit’s rigorous, interdisciplinary curriculum empowers students to discover and develop their strengths and prepares graduates to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Students build strong resumes by applying what they learn inside the classroom to the real world through internships, fieldwork, independent research and community engagement projects, and study abroad programs. Small class sizes foster personalized attention, and faculty become mentors who invite students to work alongside them in ongoing research. A community of 1,275 undergraduates from nearly every state and more than 40 countries, the college is located in a beautiful residential setting just north of the Wisconsin-Illinois state line.

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

Quick Facts
948 students (all undergraduate)
Tuition & fees
Food & housing
Average cost after aid
$15,012 (2021-22 average)
Student/faculty ratio

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International Flair!

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.

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Admission requirements
Beloit seeks curious and engaged applicants from diverse ethnic, geographic, and economic backgrounds. There are no absolute secondary school requirements, but preference is given to students who have completed the most rigorous curriculum available to them. The Admissions Committee considers a student’s transcript, essay, recommendations, as well as personal qualities.

How AP/IB credits are handled
Beloit College accepts transfer credit from other institutions of higher learning as well as AP, IB, or GCE A-level exams.

Degrees offered
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Other programs
Pre-professional programs in engineering (3-2 and 4-2), health professions, and law.

Percentage of first-year students receiving aid: 99%
Percentage of all full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 98%
For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Financial Aid Office at 608.363.2663 or sends e-mail)

FAFSA code: 003835

Conference/division affiliation: NCAA Division III Midwest Conference, Midwest Lacrosse Conference

Men’s Athletics
Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field

Women’s Athletics
Basketball, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, track & field, volleyball

Intramurals offered