Beloiter Days

Beloiter Days: Homecoming, Reunion, and Family & Friends Weekend is set for September 13-15, 2024. We hope to see you here!

Alumni marching in the Homecoming Parade.

Recap: Beloiter Days 2023

Beloiters raised a glass at C-Haus, visited classes, marched in the parade, and celebrated their accomplishments together. Over 450 alumni, families, and friends spent their weekend reconnecting with old friends, visiting their students, celebrating their shared histories as Beloiters, and creating new memories. Beloiter Days celebrated the milestone reunion classes of 1973 (50th), 1998 (25th) and 2013 (10th). Even the first pups had their moment, with a meet-and-greet Saturday afternoon before the evening’s final event, a dinner bash at the Powerhouse followed by drinks, dancing, and dessert.

Receiving honors were Kidan Araya’13, who received the Young Alumni Award; and Jessica Fox-Wilson’98 and Al Gerhardstein’73, who received Distinguished Service Citations, and the former college editor, Susan Kasten, who was made an honorary alumna. The late Dawn Sturdevant Baum’98 also was honored with a Distinguished Service Citation posthumously; her younger brother, Jake Swamp, received the award on her behalf.

In addition, the college inducted four new members into the Buccaneers’ Hall of Honor during the weekend. The 2023 class includes Derek Carrier’12, Angela Molnar’03, Scott Schleich’93, and Shelly Wiegel’94.

 We can’t wait to see many of you again at Beloiter Days 2024!

Schedule of Events

The schedule of events is coming soon!


Registration will open in July of 2024.

Questions about Beloiter Days?

Call us at 800-331-4943 or email us at

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