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Scholarships

For many, scholarship support helps make ambitious Beloit experiences possible. More than 93% of Beloiters received scholarship support, totaling nearly $20 million annually. These financial aid packages are provided through the support of the college’s alumni and friends--it's brought to them by Beloiters.

There are several ways to support Beloiters today through scholarships, including:


General Scholarships: Gifts of any size

Your gift to scholarships enables Beloiters to enjoy transformational experiences now. 

Looking forward in my academic career at Beloit, I hope to take advantage of the amazing professors and courses the college has to offer.  I hope to gain as much knowledge as possible before I enter the working world this December.

-Ryan Sughroue'18


Read more about Ryan's Beloit College experience.

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Beloiter Fund Scholarship: $2,500

An annual gift of $2,500 will provide a Beloiter with a named scholarship to help make their Beloit experience possible for one year. You can name your scholarship in honor or in memory of a friend, favorite professor, yourself and significant other, your family, etc. Read about students who have already benefited from your support!

I am looking forward to completing my majors this year and applying to graduate school in economics! I am also looking forward to presenting my summer research in Blockade games later this semester. 

-Nisha Bhatta'18


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Endowed Named Scholarship Fund: minimum $25,000

Endowed scholarship funds make it possible for Beloit to admit the most qualified applicants, regardless of their family’s ability to shoulder the full cost of a Beloit education. It takes gifts totaling at least $25,000 to create a named scholarship fund that will begin making grants to students.

I hope to pursue my PhD in Political Science. I am also interested in continuing my research on Ferguson, Missouri and in the future I hope to publish my work. I have many long-term goals, including plans to become a professor, get involved with think tanks around issues I'm passionate about, and eventually to run for political office.

-MJ Strawbridge'19


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