Back at Beloit
A Safe, Sensible and Smart Return to Campus
It’s time to get back to business.
(And chemistry. And literature. And political science.)
We’re all in this together
We know you have questions
We hosted a webinar for parents where President Bierman, our provost, Eric Boynton, and others answered questions about the teaching and learning environment, what we expect from students outside the classroom, and how we’re approaching safety and wellness. And turtle masks. You can watch the recording of that webinar as well as look over our frequently asked questions.
New approach to coursework
This academic year we’re implementing a modular approach: instead of taking 4+ classes at the same time for the full semester, you’ll just focus on two during two seven-week terms. Explore the Course Guide to find out which courses are in-person, online, or available to take either in-person or online.
Beloit has risen to every challenge we’ve ever faced. We’ll post updates here as we have them.
Things have changed, here’s what you need to know:
The classroom and residential experience will look a little different, especially at first.
The choices you make outside of class will have an impact on our community.
We’ll be ready to adapt quickly if new outbreaks or disruptions require action.
Our primary commitment is keeping our community safe and healthy.
There’s nothing more important than the health and safety of our community. At the end of the day, that’s what guides our planning.Read more
Updates & Announcements
Beloit College is considering starting the Spring Semester on a later date to improve the student experience and enhance the safety and health of the community.
Following the example of local officials in Wisconsin and Illinois, the COVID-19 Task Force is restricting all in-person events and gatherings, excluding classes.
The new COVID-19 testing center on the 4th floor of the Powerhouse is now open, and 50% of asymptomatic students are being tested weekly.
For most meetings, advising, tutoring, and some classes.
At least 6 feet, inside and out.
Limit Physical Contact
Avoid handshakes and other physical contact when possible.
Wear a Mask
At all times, inside and outside, unless you are alone in a personal space, such as your office, dorm room or home.
Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer regularly.
Of all common spaces and frequently used surfaces.
Daily Wellness Checks
Check your temperature and watch for symptoms.
If you’re feeling sick, stay home and get a checkup.