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Registration and Fees

What is the tuition for a Beloit Block?

The cost of tuition alone is only $2,355. This does include room and board on campus.

Students who wish to live on campus for the duration of blocks pay a comprehensive fee of $3,300 that covers tuition, room and board.

Textbooks are not included in the cost of tuition.

Our International Blocks in Cuzco have a different fee structure and registration deadlines. More information can be found here.

How do I register?

To enroll in a Summer Block simply follow these two steps:

  1. Register for the class. If you are a Beloit student, go to Portal and select your course under "Summer Term 2018". Participants who are not enrolled at Beloit must fill out a Special Student Application (for more information about registering as a special student, visit the Registrar's Office).
  2. Pay a $200 non-refundable deposit to reserve your spot. Payments can be submitted electronically via TMS Payment Portal or by check to the Office of Summer Programs (campus mailbox #218).

Information about registering for International Blocks can be found here.

Non-refundable enrollment deposit:

All students who register for a summer block course must pay a $200 deposit. Students who cancel their registration before the registration period ends, will have their deposit reimbursed. Students who drop a block course after the registration period ends will lose their deposit.  

I am a Beloit student but am studying abroad at the moment. How can I register for the course?

Please contact the Office of Summer Programs for assistance at osp@beloit.edu

Where is the Office of Summer Programs?

We are located on the second floor of the Writing Center building, Rooms 201 and 204. Our campus mailbox is #218.

Course cancellation policy:

If a course has not met the minimum enrollment number four weeks before the start of the program, the college may cancel the course. If this occurs, any fees paid will be returned to the students enrolled in that particular course unless students wish to transfer into another Beloit Blocks course.