Official or attested copies of your secondary school records and any corresponding national or provincial exam results are required. Please include grades or marks from the past three years of secondary school, in addition to any results, predicted or otherwise, from your final year of secondary school (if applicable).
Secondary school records and university transcripts must comply with all of the following conditions to be considered official documentation of your academic record:
All academic records and examinations must be in English and submitted through the application or directly to Beloit College by the school, examination board, or certified translator. Original non-translated documentation should also be included.
Transcripts must have an original and legible seal or stamp of the school that issued the document. Electronic copies must be submitted in color and in PDF format.
If you have taken an external examination (O-levels, A-levels, IGCSE, HSC, ISC, IB exams, AP, etc.), the organization administering the examination must certify your exam results. If only one original copy of your records is issued, you may send a certified photocopy of the original documentation.
Request a recommendation from the academic teacher who will provide the admissions committee with the most insightful perspective of you as a student.
International applicants whose first language is not English will need to demonstrate English proficiency. Learn more about Beloit College’sEnglish proficiency requirements.
Beloit College practices a need-aware admission policy. This means that an applicant’s demonstrated financial need is reviewed as part of the application evaluation process for admission. Beloit offers generous merit and need-based financial aid to international applicants, but need-based aid does become more competitive as an applicant’s demonstrated financial need increases. All applicants will be considered for merit-based scholarships.
If you do not plan to apply for need-based financial aid, you should complete one of the following options and email or upload supporting financial statement(s):
Note: Beloit does not provide fee waivers for the CSS Profile.
You will need to log into your Beloit College application portal to complete either one of the Beloit College financial support forms. Log-in information will be sent to you within 24-48 hours after submitting your application. Financial support forms and documentation should be submitted by, or shortly after, the application deadline for which you are applying. Supporting documentation or hardcopy financial forms can be uploaded directly in the Beloit financial forms, through your application status portal, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of financial support documentation include but are not limited to the following options:
Family bank/financial statement(s) or letter from the bank official
Documentation from a sponsoring person, organization, or government agency
Letter from an employer showing annual salary
College or university transcripts and course descriptions.
Optional Application Components
Beloit is a test-optional institution and does not require test scores for admission.
If you would like to submit your scores from either exam, here are the school codes for Beloit College.
SAT code: 1059
ACT code: 4564
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