An education tailored to you
Curious. Fearless. Creative. Unconventional. Community-minded. Sound like you? Beloit is full of students who are inspired to put theory into practice, drive change, and make their mark on the world.
- $49kAverage financial aid offer, including loans and work study
- 93%of the Class of 2019 was employed or in graduate school within 6 months
- $0Cost of applying to Beloit
- #29Best Undergraduate Teaching — U.S. News 2022
- 10:1Student-to-faculty ratio
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Life has been different. We get it.
The past two years have been different for everyone. Most of you adjusted to remote learning for at least some period of time. Your ability to participate in clubs, activities, sports, and service was limited. You may have lacked reliable internet or a dedicated place to study. You might have set schoolwork aside to care for younger siblings or sick family members. Stress may have made it difficult to focus. While welcome, the return to school in person may have been disorienting.
We know. We see you.
These challenges will not affect your chances of getting in. We recognize the context in which you have been studying and living. We know the world has been full of unknowns. We understand the obstacles and barriers you’re facing.
In our response to the pandemic, we crafted a plan defined by innovation, compassion, and a concern for student well-being.
We value care for yourself, your family, and your community above all else.
Our applicants have always been more than grades and test scores to us. At this point in time, we can’t emphasize this enough.
We understand. We care. We look forward to getting to know you.
If you’re further along in the process, curious about your application status, or wondering how we review applications, our admissions counselors can help. Meet our team.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
It is the policy of Beloit College not to discriminate against students, applicants for admission and financial aid, or employees on the basis of race, color, sex, creed, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, genetic information, previous military service, or any other class protected under state or federal law. Beloit is a Title IX institution.
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Clery Act Disclosure Report
In accordance with the federal requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Beloit College annually reports information about campus crimes and campus security. An online copy of the report is available here.