Finding Lessons In Everything

The Learning Stance

The best education you can possibly get taps in to your potential, interests, passions and talents, wraps it all in relevant knowledge, skills, ideas and experiences, and teaches you how to make it all more valuable than you thought was possible.

That’s Beloit.

  • 4,500
    pieces in the Wright Museum of Art’s permanent collection
  • 1/3
    students choosing to double major
  • #28
    ranked Best Undergraduate Teaching - US News (2019)
  • 10:1
    student-to-faculty ratio
  • 40%
    percentage of students who study abroad


Perfectly-Tailored, Always Relevant

It’s All Connected

Our educational approach demands that you learn to learn from pretty much everything—obviously classes and professors, along with relationships, people, communities, events, experiences, ideas, spaces, failures, successes and everything in between that you’ll meet throughout your college journey.

Infinite Agility

Those connections are exceptionally valuable in an ever-changing world that will always reward intellectual and professional agility. You’ll learn and practice skills that transcend majors and minors (you’ll crush those too), and build a body of experience that prepares you for a successful career, regardless of your definition of success. It’s not easy - this type of education is designed to challenge you, because it wouldn’t be worth it if it were easy. 

The Most Interesting People in the Room

We’re not saying a Beloit education will give you intellectual super powers that will keep you perpetually relevant in an ever-changing world, but we’re not not saying that either.

Zambito awarded prestigious grant
Academics News

Zambito awarded prestigious grant

Associate Professor of Geology Jay Zambito was awarded a $70,000 grant from The Petroleum Research Fund grant from the American Chemical Society. This is a highly competitive grant and Jay is the first Beloit College faculty member to receive it.

The grant will fund his three-year project titled “Using Biomarkers to Test the Impact of Forest Evolution on the Organic Matter Composition of Marine Black Shales”  slated to end August 2022.

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