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Students walk together to class under the colorful leaves of Beloit’s campus in autumn.

Beloit will offer financial aid certainty to prospective students

With the newly announced delays in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) results for college students, Beloit College will honor the estimated offers it has provided to prospective students via the CSS Profile.


Positive Partnership: New Degree Pathway for Nursing Students

Starting this fall, students at Beloit College in Wisconsin can earn a dual degree in nursing through Edgewood College, thanks to a new agreement between the two institutions.


The Bold and Remarkable Class of 2024: You are Enough

On a picture-perfect spring day, an exuberant crowd of family, friends, and Beloit College community members cheered graduates as they walked across the stage in front of historic Middle College. 


Baseball team earns second straight MWC Tournament title

For the second straight season, the Beloit College Baseball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament. The Buccaneers went 3-0 in the Midwest Conference Tournament, defeated second seeded University of Chicago twice and the top seeded Lawrence Vikings once to claim the 2024 Tournament title.


New partnership aims to stem nursing shortages

Beloit, Edgewood program to produce more RNs with bachelor’s degrees


The letter B and what it means

Rick Brooks’69 shares with Northern Public Radio his perspective about the essence of a small, liberal arts college and how it is embodied at Beloit College.

Author Kaori Fujino reads excerpts from her novella “Nails and Eyes” while translator Kendall Heitzman reads along.

“Why let anything trouble ‘you’?”

Kaori Fujino’s visit to campus to read excerpts from her award-winning novella “Nails and Eyes” was just one of many opportunities for Japanese language students to interact with Japanese authors during the spring 2024 semester.


Higher-ed institutions find themselves in a financial pinch

Beloit College President Eric Boynton shares insights on issues that colleges and universities are facing with Minnesota Public Radio.


Alumna Allison J. Smith joins Council of Foreign Relations

She earned a double major in International Relations (IR) and Russian at Beloit College and an MA in IR from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Dr. Gana Ndiaye and Logan Museum Assistant Curator Leeann Ream touring the Pilsen Neighborhood with students from ANTH 275 Global Cities.

Art and urban exploration in Chicago

Beloit College students from three departments visited the Art Institute of Chicago and the Pilsen Neighborhood. These out-of-the classroom experiences brought their classroom learning to life.


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