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Dear Students, Parents, and School Officials,

We have relaxed our application deadline and will continue to accept applications on a rolling basis. 

· You will receive an email acknowledgment from Beloit when your application has been received.

· You will be directed to your own Applicant’s Status Page once your application has been processed, usually 24-48 hours after your application has been submitted.  This page allows you to monitor the supporting application materials as they are received by Beloit and when your application file becomes complete for review.

Call our office when you have questions or concerns (800.9BELOIT ).


Beloit College is a selective institution. During the admissions process, we try to get a picture of you: the whole person. That means grades and academic rigor in high school, but also passions and aspirations, talents and concerns, involvement and achievements. We seek creatively engaged students who will make the most of Beloit’s opportunities. Students interested in applying to Beloit should begin the application process online through the Common Application website.

Beloit offers a binding Early Decision Plan, two non-binding Early Action Plans and a Regular Decision Plan Accepted students who plan to attend Beloit must submit a $500 non-refundable enrollment deposit by May 1, the National Candidate’s Reply Date observed by most U.S. colleges.

Application instructions and more information for:

Once your application has been processed, you will receive login information to CHECK YOUR APPLICATION STATUS ONLINE


Admitted Students Only:

Students accepted for admission to Beloit College may pay their enrollment deposit online, by check, or by wire transfer

Click here to pay your enrollment deposit online

It is the policy of Beloit College not to discriminate against students, applicants for admission and financial aid, or employees on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disabilities, or other traits protected by law which are unrelated to institutional jobs, programs, or activities.  Beloit is a Title IX institution.

Beloit College complies fully with the U.S. Department of Education regulations to improve the integrity of programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act.  The document describing Beloit's compliance with the Program Integrity Rule can be found here.