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The Alumni Board of Directors invites all alumni, students, parents, and friends of the college to come together to celebrate all things Beloit!
A new fall date has been unveiled for Beloiters Unite! Join us October 14, 2015, in cities around the globe for time to reconnect with fellow alumni, meet new parents, and celebrate with friends. Swap stories old and new and enjoy a day of fun in the name of Beloit.
Did you know that one of the benefits of being an alumnus/a is the opportunity to travel with other alumni from Beloit and schools like Beloit through our Alumni Travel Program? Not only do you get to travel with like-minded, education-focused companions, you get a discount, too! So leave the work to our incredible travel partners and hop a jet to new places. 2016 trips include Cuba, Vienna and Bavaria for Oktoberfest, and Provence! Learn more.
Despite a few pesky raindrops, the sun shone through as many of you made your way home to Beloit for a fantastic weekend of fun, friendship, and memories. There are a few photos on our Facebook page with plenty more to come this week. Mark your calendars for Beloiter Days 2015: September 18-20. We can't wait to see you again!
Online registration for Reunion is now closed--if you would like to register and haven't, please call 608-363-2656 or register when you arrive at the Alumni House. We look forward to welcoming you this weekend! The final schedule is available here.
It's just around the corner--Reunion Weekend is June 12-15 and there's still time to register for a weekend with your Beloit pals. Schedule, registration, and more available here.
Mark your calendars for September 18-20, 2015, for Beloiter Days: Homecoming and Family & Friends Weekend! A full schedule will be available soon. Hotel information and more available here.
One of Beloit College’s earliest and best-known buildings is returning to the college thanks to the generosity of two local donors. Emerson Hall, built in 1897 as the women’s dormitory, will be renovated in the coming year and reopened as a residence hall in the fall of 2016, the college announced today as a part of its 2015 commencement exercises.