On a tour, a current Beloit student will show you around. You’ll get to see our facilities, hear an overview of academic programs and campus life, and have a chance to ask your guide what Beloit means to him/her. Tours at Beloit are all about you, so feel free to request that the tour visit specific facilities or departments.
Tours leave from the Office of Admissions on the first floor of Middle College. They are offered most weekdays (year-round) and Saturday mornings (during the academic year). Campus tours require an hour of walking that covers a distance of approximately one mile. Please call the Office of Admissions to request individual accommodations or a wheelchair accessible tour.
Extended Campus Tour with Hendricks Center for the Arts
On this extended (1.5 hours) personalized campus walking tour, tailored for students interested in music and/or dance, a current student will show you around Beloit's campus and explore Downtown Beloit's 48,000 square foot music and dance center. This extended Campus Tour requires walking a distance of over one mile and a short walk up and down a moderate hill. Offered Tuesdays and Thursdays during the academic year at 1:00pm.
Beloit classes are about dynamic discussions, collaboration, and engagement—on the part of both students and faculty. Come see for yourself! Let us know your academic interests and we’ll do our best to get you to a related class.
Class visits are only available to seniors during the academic year.
Get to know us!
Come meet the people that make Beloit, well, Beloit! While you’re here, you can talk with faculty, coaches, and students. They’ll love telling you about all the opportunities Beloit has to offer. When you schedule your visit, let us know if you’d like to arrange a meeting.
A great way to learn more about Beloit College—and help us learn more about you—is an interview. At Beloit, the interview is more a conversation than an interrogation. We love to hear your goals, interests, experiences, and questions. When you visit, you'll most likely meet the admissions counselor for your area. S/he is a great resource for information about Beloit and the application process.
Overnight stays (Two week notice required)
Spending the night is a great way to experience campus life. If you’re a senior in high school, consider staying overnight with a student host. S/he will show you the dorms, take you to meals, introduce you to other students, and take you to on-campus events. Students who plan to stay overnight on campus with a current Beloit College student must complete the Beloit College Overnight Stay Agreement after requesting a campus visit.
We cannot schedule overnight visits during weekends (Friday or Saturday nights), exams, term breaks or around Spring Day, Symposium Days and Advising Practicum Days.