September 17, 2016

Beloit Welcomes the Class of 2020

By the time you read this, Beloit’s newest students—numbering 396 first-years, 26 transfers, and 19 exchange students—will already have at least a week or two of college under their belts.

In addition to being one of the largest classes to enter Beloit since the mid-1970s, the class of 2020 also stands out for being one of the most diverse. Thirty-four percent of first-year students this year identify as Asian, Hispanic or Latino, African American, or Native American, and 20 percent are international students.

*In early August, when this data is being reported, we temper our enthusiasm about the incoming c...

Also In This Issue

  • Elephants and Kings: An Environmental History By Thomas R. Trautmann’62

    Elephants and Kings: An Environmental History

  • Beloit College McNair Scholarship June 15, 2016

    Why McNair Matters

  • Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America’s Campuses By Lawrence Ross

    Politics of Race


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