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Navigating the ins and outs of Financial Aid can be a bit of a challenge. There’s a ton of information to wade through that can make things overwhelming and confusing. We’re here to help you understand the options available to you, guide you through the application process, and most importantly, do everything we can to get you the support you need for your circumstances.
We have a comprehensive financial aid program designed to make Beloit an affordable choice for students from all economic backgrounds. Access is important. Our program recognizes several criteria - including scholastic ability and financial need - that may qualify students for awards. Some awards require a combination of criteria; others are based solely on ability or need.
College funds and other components of a financial aid package are intended to close the gap between the family’s resources and college costs. The assessment of the family’s financial situation establishes the basic framework within which the financial aid officer makes a decision.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Be sure to list Beloit College (code #003835) so we receive your information and can create your aid package.
You must renew your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year to continue to receive federal and state aid. The preferred deadline is January 1 of each year.
The Financial Aid Office is here to answer your questions. You can call the office or schedule a Zoom appointment anytime during regular business hours, 8am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday. We also try to address questions via email as quickly as possible, usually within a day or two. You may schedule your Zoom appointment with us online or call/email us to set up an appointment.
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Requesting Additional Financial Assistance–
We recognize students and families may encounter special circumstances or emergencies that may change or impact a family’s ability to pay. Learn more about options for financial assistance.More