Do I have to register?
I registered, but I can't come. Can I get a refund?
I hit submit more than once when I registered online. Can I get a credit?
Do I have to wear a name tag?
Are children welcome?
Where should I go when I arrive?
Where do I park on campus?
What should I wear?
Where should I stay?
Where should I eat?
Yes. Registration counts are essential for successful planning; they ensure plenty of space and food to accommodate all attendees. Also, by registering, you will receive a packet with the final schedule and a name tag (which acts as your visitor pass). Even if you simply intend to briefly visit campus, please register so that a name tag may be created for you.
Yes. Refunds will be issued if you notify Alumni & Parent Relations and Annual Support by Friday, September 21. Refunds can also be converted to a gift to Beloit College if desired.
Yes. If you registered more than once, contact the department of Alumni & Parent Relations and Annual Support and they will request that your duplicate registrations be credited to your card.
Yes. Please be sure to wear your name tag while on campus. This identifies you as a guest of the College and will allow you access to campus facilities.
Yes; absolutely! Children will enjoy the festivities throughout the weekend, and there are special activities for children planned at several of the events.
When you arrive on campus, proceed to Beloiter Days Headquaters Registration and Check-In at the Alumni House located at 613 College St (across the street from the Logan Museum of Anthropology). Here you will receive your registration packet, a final weekend schedule, campus map, name tag, and more.
Short-term parking will be reserved for attendees on College St., in front of the Alumni House where Registration and Check-in is located. All other parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to the Virtual Campus Map for parking locations and accessible access points.
Most dress comfortably and casually while visiting campus. Be sure to check the weather prior to coming to ensure you have appropriate clothing for the elements.
A block of rooms have been reserved at several local hotels for use by those joining us for Beloiter Days.