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  • Know a potential Beloiter? Make a referral

    September 24, 2012

    As a Beloit graduate, you can be an outstanding resource for prospective students and their parents to learn more about the college search process. Spread the word about Beloit’s distinctive place in the world - refer a student!

  • Still changing lives: Beloit remains in influential guidebook

    August 30, 2012
  • Homecoming details available

    August 13, 2012

    Schedules, hotel information, registration, and more is now available for Homecoming 2012. Naps on the turtle mounds, tailgating with your friends, chatting it up with the faculty, athletic games to play and watch, even a parade, are waiting for you on this crisp, fall weekend in September. We'll see you September 28-30!

  • Alumna featured in The New Yorker

    July 27, 2012

    Congratulations to Poet Virginia Konchan’02. She has had her work featured in the April 30 and July 9 & 16 editions of The New Yorker.

  • Recent alumnus on America's Got Talent

    July 23, 2012

    After Jacob Williams'11 most recent performance on America's Got Talent, Howard Stern told Williams that “America did get it right. You didn’t crack under the pressure…you were funny. We’re potentially looking at a million-dollar act.”

  • Details of visitation, funeral mass for Dan Shea

    June 29, 2012
  • Over $300,000 to students this summer for internships and research

    June 28, 2012

    Alumni, parent, and friend support made over $300,000 available to over 120 students for internships and research this summer; thank you. Opportunities to practice the liberal arts are key to Beloiters learning authentically, and being empowered to live lives of purpose and consequence.

  • WAC, Middle College, DK’s and Commons see renovations

    June 28, 2012

    Campus is buzzing, literally, with renovations this summer. The front of Middle College will see improvements, including accessibility ramps; DK’s and Commons are receiving a fresh, new look with the help of our new food service provider, Bon Appetit; and the World Affairs Center (WAC) is receiving a new roof through a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation. Thank you to all who have supported the Renewing the Historic Core initiative. Not only has your support enabled extensive work around campus, but it was a key factor in the $250,000 grant award for the renovations to WAC. Learn more and see photos of the progress.