All in for Beloit NowAll in for Beloit Now

Beloiters have always been all in for students and alumni. Now it’s time for all of us to be all in for Beloit. Give now to honor a Beloiter who changed your life.

Here’s why your fellow Beloiters are all in, too.

  • Alfonso Colasuonno'06

    Alfonso Colasuonno’06

    Creative Writing

    DeVon Wilson’90, Lee Gray’98, Nick Ewoldt, and Phyllis Hill from Beloit’s TRIO and McNair programs inspired me to set my aspirations high in life. I could relate to them because they showed that a commitment to low-income, first-generation students like me wasn’t just “lip service,” but that they truly cared and wanted the best for me and everyone else. Throughout my entire time they set the bar high and inspired me to make my dreams a reality, while also making the most of my education and time at Beloit.

    DeVon Wilson
  • Tom Mullaney'61

    Tom Mullaney’61


    In the fall of 1958, I was a transfer student to Beloit. Professor Les McAllister, as my advisor, was the first staff I met. Other than U.S. Economic History, I can’t remember any other economics courses I took my first semester, but eventually I took all of his. He gave me an interest in economics that continues to this day.

    Professor Les McAllister
  • Ian Semple'61

    Ian Semple’61


    During the many years of my post-Beloit life, the teachings of Dr. Hank Woodard, “The Chief,” are always remembered not just for the geological knowledge he taught, and the excitement of the learning he imparted, but also more importantly for those aspects of living that are vital to self and those around you, namely diligence, resourcefulness, hard work, teamwork, honesty, and respect for oneself and others in the face of adversity. These are all lessons within, but also well beyond, the boundaries of geology. The Chief has always remained one of my heroes in life.

    Hank Woodard
  • Linda Joslin Rosenberg'61

    Linda Joslin Rosenberg’61


    On a particularly cold day, I mentioned to Professor Bill Jones, the head of the music department, that I was thinking of transferring to the University of Miami because they had courses not offered at Beloit. One was a course in how to instruct the piano. He set up a course with Marjorie Sweet, my piano teacher, and gave his daughter and two children of our band instructor to teach. The music department was like a family, and I was glad I stayed.

    William Jones
  • Oceana Gilliam'17

    Oceana R. Gilliam’17

    Russian & Political Science

    Professor Donna Oliver supported me since my very first day at Beloit. As my Russian faculty advisor, she guided me through my Russian study abroad program, introduced me to the work of poet Alexander Pushkin, and mentored me as a Ronald E. McNair Research Scholar.

    Professor Donna Oliver

A professor, a roommate, a mentor — who made your Beloit experience special? We’d love to hear about them.

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