September 17, 2019

Class of 2023 is in the House

In August, Beloit welcomed new students, most of whom will be members of the class of 2023.
  • First-year students enjoying the festivities of move-in day.
    Photo by: Abigail Fleming’18

As of mid-August, Beloit was gearing up to welcome 291 new students, including 268 first-year students representing 31 states and 18 countries, and 23 transfer and exchange students. The number of new students has stabilized after Beloit experienced a couple of years of smaller-than-expected incoming classes. Starting next fall, as part of a three-year financial strategy, the goal is to increase enrollment incrementally each year until 2022, when the aim is to maintain a class size of 310 students going forward.


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