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Do I have to register?

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.

I registered, but I can't come. Can I get a refund?

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.

I hit submit more than once when I registered online. Can I get a credit?

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.

Do I have to wear a name tag?

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.

Are children welcome?

Yes; absolutely! Children will enjoy the festivities throughout the weekend, and there are special activities for children planned at several of the events.

Where should I go when I arrive?

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.

Where do I park on campus?

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.

What should I wear?

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.

Where should I stay?

A block of rooms have been reserved at several local hotels for use by those joining us for Beloiter Days.

Where should I eat?

On-campus options are available as described on the schedule, and there are many options for dining locally.