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Celebrating the accomplishments of our graduating class of Beloiters.

Beloit College graduation May 20, 2018 (Photo © Andy Manis)

Commencement Weekend

Commencement Weekend this year is scheduled on Friday, May 28th - Sunday, May 30th.

Events on Friday, May 28, will take place virtually.  These events will be live streamed on the College’s YouTube channel. (You will not need an account to access the livestream.)

On Saturday, May 29, and Sunday, May 30, small in-person (less than 30 students at a time), socially distanced ceremonies will take place on the lawn at Middle College. (In case of rain, ceremonies will move to the Powerhouse, O’Neill Fieldhouse.)

Each student will be assigned a specific ceremony time and will be allowed to have two guests in attendance. Students will be given tickets in advance for each guest. Guests must have a ticket to attend the ceremony. The individual ceremonies also will be livestreamed on YouTube. Students will be notified of their ceremony times in the coming weeks.

All students and their visitors will be required to wear a cloth mask/face covering when they are on campus, with the exception of their personal space (i.e. residence hall room). Additionally, guests will be expected to stay physically distant from others outside their families, and continue to perform other protective measures such as frequent hand-washing and sanitizing.

For any questions or concerns, please email

We look forward to celebrating your accomplishments and sending you off to your bright futures, post-Beloit.

Please check back for additional updates.

Britney Johnson’20

Britney Johnson recognized for academic achievements, dedication to community

An award named for Martha Peterson, Beloit’s 7th college president, has singled out one remarkable graduate each year since 1981.

Parker Blunt’20

Parker Blunt recognized for bringing good cheer to campus life

This year has required flexibility, optimism, and good cheer from all our 2020 graduating seniors. But no Beloit student has exemplified the spirit of the Blue Skies Award more than Parker Blunt. Parker’s charm and energy have made life on campus better for all of us, and we’re proud to honor them with one of Beloit’s most prestigious and unusual awards.


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