In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve changed some requirements and deadlines. Find answers to common questions below.
For Admitted and Enrolled Students for the Class of 2024:
Yes! We are still considering applications for Fall 2020 admission. We will accept transcripts emailed from your school, and will be more flexible with requirements for supporting materials. Click here for more information on applying.
If submitting the $350 enrollment deposit by June 1 presents a hardship, please contact your admissions counselor to discuss your options. We can offer an extension to the reply date or payment plan of two installments. The first payment of $100 is due by June 1. The second payment of $250 is due on or before July 1.
For the safety of our campus community and prospective students, our campus is closed to visitors indefinitely. We offer virtual visits, and hope you’ll take advantage of these opportunities to explore Beloit further.
We know that this spring is unusual. Some schools have ended the semester early. Others are grading on a Pass/Fail basis. Still others are offering the option to withdraw from non-required courses. We will demonstrate flexibility, compassion, and an understanding of context when reviewing final transcripts. If you have questions regarding options you have been offered by your high school, such as dropping some of your courses, please contact your admission counselor.
We know that many transcripts will not have the same grading system as in the past, and some schools will have ended their academic years earlier or later than expected. We will follow federal guidance for those attending schools in the US, while demonstrating flexibility for all students whenever possible.
Yes, we will accept credit for AP, IB, & GCE A-Level following the same guidelines we alway have. Visit our Transfer, AP, GCE, & IB Credit for more information.