Head Baseball Coach Dave DeGeorge’89 takes his role as a mentor seriously, starting relationships with prospective students while recruiting them and continuing long after they’ve graduated.

Dave DeGeorge’89 Named Beloit College Athletic Director

The Beloit College Athletic Department is under new leadership but in familiar territory as the Buccaneers announced Dave DeGeorge’89 as the college’s next athletic director Monday afternoon. DeGeorge will continue to be at the helm of the Buccaneer baseball program, a seat he has held for 30 years, while adding athletic director responsibilities.

Hannah Kang’22 is one of four student artists commissioned to paint murals in common areas of Peet Hall. The project, created and managed by students, strengthens a sense of place and community in this popular residence hall.

The Creative Minds and Murals of a Favorite Campus Home

A student-driven mural initiative is placing student art in a residence hall already known for its sense of place.

Lisa Anderson-Levy, Professor of Anthropology

Four faculty members promoted to full professorship

The college’s board of trustees votes unanimously on faculty promotions.


Beloit decisively rethinks its academic calendar at a time of global uncertainty (Inside Higher Ed)

Beloit College redesigned its academic calendar to blunt the disruption of the global health crisis. Starting this fall, Beloit’s new model breaks each semester into two modules of two classes each, offering students flexibility and fewer simultaneous courses, a better alternative for remote learning. Read the story in Inside Higher Education.

Unique features on the Beloit College campus are the many Indian mounds scattered around the park-like campus.

A break from tradition: Beloit College re-imagines academic calendar (Chron. of Higher Ed)

Beloit College implements a new first-of-its-kind model for higher education for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic calendar should courses be disrupted again by COVID-19.

A gorgeous view of the Sanger Center of the Science from the cupola of Middle College.

Get a great education without leaving your backyard: Beloit College launches new tuition program for Midwest students

Beloit College launches competitive tuition program for students of six Midwestern states—Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Guaranteeing that the cost to to attend Beloit will match or beat the tuition at the state’s flagship campus.

Beloit College students walk down one of the park-like walkways in the Beloit College campus.

Putting Students First: Beloit implements pass-fail option for students

In response to COVID-19, Beloit College implemented a pass-fail option for spring courses.

Middle College is at the center of the Beloit College campus.

Wall Street Journal features Beloit’s innovative approach to COVID-19 uncertainty

By breaking the semester up into two seven-and-a-half-week modules, Beloit maximizes flexibility and minimizes the disruption of the collegiate experience. Out ahead of the curve, Beloit has heard from about 20 other schools seeking details on the shift since announcing it in April.

Melissa Pelkey’19 competes against Augustana in track and field.

A wealth of experiences on the road to medical school

Melissa Pelkey’19 made a strong application for medical school after the wide-ranging experiences she had at Beloit.