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Tuition & Aid

Beloit College is one of the best values in higher education.

Affording Beloit

We get it — it’s stressful to figure out how to pay for college, especially in times of uncertainty. Here’s some good news: U.S. News ranks Beloit College one of the best values among national liberal-arts colleges and Money magazine calls us “one of the best colleges for your money.”

Because we’re committed to making a Beloit College education affordable for all students, we combine need-based grants, merit-based scholarships, student loans, work study, and state and federal funds into our financial aid packages.

Here’s what you need to know about our costs and aid:

  • 98% of Beloit College students receive gift aid (grant or scholarship money you don’t have to pay back).
  • The average grant/scholarship award is more than $27,000.
  • We offer nearly a dozen merit scholarships, which can be combined for up to $41,000 a year.
  • International students can’t take out federal loans. To compensate for this, we offer merit scholarships for international students.

Costs for the 2020-21 Academic Year

Student Activity Fee 
Meals (full meal plan-required the first year) 
Health/Wellness Fees
Total Direct Costs$63,036


Additional Fees
Health Insurance-domestic students (estimate)*
Books and Supplies (estimate)
Personal Expenses (estimate)
Total Indirect Costs$4,114

* All international students must purchase the College’s health insurance plan; domestic students may opt out with proof of comparable coverage.

We’re here to help (really!)

When you’re ready to crunch the numbers, counselors in the Office of Financial Aid will work with you one-on-one to find a way to fit Beloit College into your budget. Meet your counselor.

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