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Why they Chose Beloit

A first-year’s first impression: ‘It felt like a community’

Cristian Martinez-Zendejas remembers campus just feeling right when he toured before the pandemic. Now that he’s finished his first semester, he’s made friends, formed new interests, and even signed up to be a volunteer tutor for the Stateline Literacy Council, a tip from one of his professors.

“I never really taught anybody or had experience with it,” he says. “It’s been interesting—I actually like doing it a lot.”

Meet Cristian Martinez-Zendejas’24

Cristian Ramirez-Zendejas'24 said his college decision was a challenge, but his first impression ... Cristian Ramirez-Zendejas'24 said his college decision was a challenge, but his first impression of Beloit as a welcoming community is now ringing true.

This is
Beloit

ingenuity, adaptability, equity, opportunity

Everything feels possible

The world has changed and we’re ready for it.

Watch Beloit faculty, students, and staff describe how Beloit’s innovative nature and community spirit make our school uniquely capable of navigating these unpredictable times.

The best institutions rise to moments of challenge and turn themselves into something better. That’s Beloit right now. Take a look.

Become a Beloiter

The Career Accelerator program helps students prepare for jobs and internships that match their i...
The Career Accelerator program helps students prepare for jobs and internships that match their interests, like Brooke Popkin who worked as an EMT and firefighter for the South Beloit Fire Department.
‘YES’ to Career Success

Learning never stops, even during a break

Our Career Accelerator from Jan. 25 through Feb. 5 will help students build their job-seeking skills so they are ready to develop as a professional, navigate their career path, and prepare to get hired - this summer and beyond. We’ll offer workshops, panel discussions, and virtual site visits to make sure Beloiters are ready for the year’s busiest hiring time.

Our Career Accelerator Program divides professional preparation into manageable, actionable steps.

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EARLY CAREER MASTER CLASS

When a classroom becomes a pseudo boardroom

Beloit students taking Navigating Your (Business) Career can learn about being a young professional on a work team that addresses the world’s uncertainty. And they don’t have to be business or economics majors.

Matt Laszlo’92, a former Fortune 500 executive and the college’s first Executive in Residence, leads the course, engaging students on leadership and decision-making, in any setting.

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Matt Laszlo'92 draws on his business experiences, including as an executive with a Fortune 500 co... Matt Laszlo'92 draws on his business experiences, including as an executive with a Fortune 500 company, to lead a new course called Navigating Your (Business) Career.

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