Our spirit and community remain strong, even when Beloiters are temporarily scattered to every corner of the globe.
Community Day is one way we’re coming together, and it’s your chance to learn more about us. On April 16, we celebrate Beloit’s people and the Beloit experience, from academics to extracurricular activities.
Join us and tour campus, see first-hand how students present their research, talk with faculty and students, discover treasures from the college archives, and even compete in a virtual race.
- Greetings and welcome from President Scott Bierman, Provost Eric Boynton, Vice President for Enrollment Leslie Davidson, and Dean of Students Cecil Youngblood.
- Alumni should complete this form so hosts know who you are and can allow you to participate.
- Learn Something New
- Explore Campus
Some events during Community Day were streamed live on the Beloit College Facebook page and are available to watch.
Beloit Career Channels
If your answers to the question of what you want to be doing with your life fall somewhere in the range of “curing disease,” “seeking justice,” “saving the planet,” or “bringing new ideas to market,” we have a Career Channel for you. Read about special events and some of the alumni who will be part of your professional network.
Student Research Symposium
COVID-19 has not stopped us from doing what we do best: providing an intellectually stimulating and engaging set of educational experiences for our students. One of the ways we showcase the results of those experiences is through the annual student research symposium. This year’s symposium has moved online, but with over 40 students participating, the presentations are as rich and varied as ever.
Chinese: Rivers in Transition
Students in Rivers in Transition courses explored the interaction between water and humankind in the Yellow River Basin.
French: Program Information
Learn more about the French program at Beloit College.
Japanese: Student Work
Students studying Japanese have curated an art exhibit, written a blog, studied sustainability in rural Japan, and more.
Spanish: Seize the Day
See how Beloit’s students study Spanish inside and outside the classroom.
Creative Writing: Student Readings
Interested in creative writing? Sample a few readings from some of our creative writing majors.
History: Legacies of Slavery
Students in history professor Katherine Johnston’s course “1619: Legacies of Slavery” invite you to their Zoom meeting about their class project.
Religious Studies: Program Information
Learn more about Beloit’s innovative, interdisciplinary approach to Religious Studies.
Dance: Virtual Dance Festival
See Beloit’s vibrant dance program through an Instagram account made by Gina Tai’s Dance Entrepreneurship class.
Immersive and Experiential Learning
Learning can happen at any time, even during the summer or over break.
Russian: Read in an Hour
Learn how to read the Cyrillic alphabet through this easy slideshow with cognates.
Video Campus Tour
We’d love to take you on an actual tour of Beloit’s campus, but right now, that’s just not possible. So we’ll bring campus to you with our Virtual Video Tours.
Career and Community Engagement Center
Get tips on job hunting, opportunities in the community, and summer learning funding.
Betsy Henkel from Financial Aid talks about “health and wellness” with your finances.
Library & Information Technology Services (LITS)
LITS student employees are always ready to answer questions and our librarians provide support in-person and online.
City of Beloit
Beloit is the place we all call home, and we hope it can become a home for you as well.
The Office of International Education helps students find opportunities across the world.
Logan Museum of Anthropology
Take a virtual tour around “the Cube”, the Logan’s modern work, storage, and display space.
Learn about the history of the college and its priceless collector of all things Beloit, college archivist Fred Burwell.
Learning Enrichment & Disability Services
Are you struggling to make everything fit into your day?
Wright Museum of Art
Learn how students work with the collections of the college’s Wright Museum of Art.