To read about Beloit’s Fall 2021 plans, visit our Back at Beloit information site.

Fun Isn’t Cancelled

Big events are cancelled, but fun isn’t—our students are making sure of it. Here’s a guide to having fun while social distancing.

Bonfires by the Rock River

A bonfire in Beloit blue and gold. Renting a canoe or kayak is free through our Buccaneer Boathouse. In colder weather, you’ll find students enjoying bonfires along the riverbank.

Plays and Musicals

Rather than cancel the spring performance of Hamlet, theatre students are recreating the show as a Zoom production. We know Shakespeare would appreciate it. (Tickets will soon go on sale on beloit.edu.)

Outdoor Movie Nights

This year we’ve added 20 propane heaters throughout campus—perfect for watching a movie on a chilly night.

Exercise

Step inside the newly-built facility “The Powerhouse,” and you’ll see students in masks exercising in the fitness centers, turf field, and indoor track. See The Powerhouse for yourself.

Virtual Museum Visits

The Logan Museum of Anthropology on campus holds hundreds of archaeological objects from 129 different countries. Now, the newest exhibits are online.

Volunteering

Through the Career & Community Engagement Center, students volunteer for local elementary schools, political campaigns, activists, artists, and entrepreneurs. Beloiters know that helping our neighbors has never been more important.


Welcome! This edition of The Beloit Guides is designed to show you all that Beloit College has to offer. Learn more at beloit.edu/admission.

November 23, 2020

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