Only @ Beloit
When you’re comparing highly selective liberal arts colleges, you’ll hear a lot about small classes, caring faculty, and rich, time-tested educational experiences. Less common is talk of funding lines for student research and travel, capstone requirements, small business incubators or multiple teaching museums—unless, of course, you’re looking at Beloit.
The college is home to an idea incubator/studio/art gallery called CELEB (the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Beloit); an enriching, trend-setting first-year seminar (Beloit Initiatives program); a one-stop internship and community service shop known as the Liberal Arts in Practice Center; summer-long language courses (through the Center for Language Study); endowed summer research fellowships; Venture Grants; and two century-old museums (the Wright Museum of Art and the Logan Museum of Anthropology).
But that’s not all. Beloit also has 23 ancient Indian mounds, the nation’s second-oldest student newspaper (The Round Table), one of the country’s longest running radio stations (WBCR-FM, established in 1907), a student-run Folk ‘n’ Blues festival, and much, much more.
When we say Beloit is “Like Nowhere Else,” we mean it.
Learn more about Beloit College and its most distinctive programs by visiting the Admissions Web pages, where you can Apply, view Fast Facts, read what students say about the college (and their classmates), or schedule a visit, among other things.