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

Welcome to your world, future Beloiter

Incoming Students

Exciting days ahead for future Beloiters.

Are you looking forward to the fall? We are, too, because that’s when we’ll welcome you to Beloit. Over the summer we’ll share ways to connect with your classmates, alert you to key dates, and give you links to important forms and documents you will complete. We will keep in touch and answer your questions every step of the way.

Mark your calendar

  • Aug. 11 – Football Athletes Move-in (details sent by coaches)
  • Aug. 13 – International Student Move-in (details sent by International Student Orientation Group. Please submit your travel itinerary through the Portal as soon as you’ve made your arrangements.)
  • Aug. 13-17 – International Student Orientation
  • Aug. 17 – Fall Athletes Move-in (details sent by coaches)
  • Aug. 17 – New Student Move-in (Last Names A-L)
  • Aug. 18 – New Student Move-in (Last Names M-Z)
  • Aug. 18-22 – New Student Days
  • Aug. 23 – First Day of Classes

Dates for fall break, Thanksgiving, and end of semester exams can be found on the Fall Academic Calendar

Fall 2021 Preview

Beloit College President Scott Bierman, Provost Eric Boynton, Dean of Students Cecil Youngblood, Director of Health and Wellness Tara Girard, and others recently shared information and answered your questions on our plans for an in-person student experience for the 2021-22 academic year.

Get started on the paperwork

We’ve created a checklist of all the things. Look through all of the sections to get a sense for what you’ll eventually need to complete. Make note of deadlines. Ask questions if you have them

Your username and temporary password will be emailed to you once you send in your deposit.

In addition to the resources here, there is specific information for international students (with F1 or J1 visas) available from the Office of International Education

Transfer students, we’ll reach out to you with any special information about orientation and advising.

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Sciences at Beloit

Soon, you will meet with your AMP advisor to register for your first courses as a Beloiter. Do you have an interest in the sciences? At Beloit, students experience active, hands-on learning and hypothesis testing in their science coursework. You have direct access to instrumentation and equipment in our world-class, LEED-certified science center. Our professors are an active part of our community, so you will see them in the lab and at dance performances, lacrosse games, and other campus events. Our science courses emphasize quantitative reasoning, and communication and writing skills.

Let’s explore what you need to know about the sciences at Beloit.

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Engineering at Beloit

Soon, you will meet with your AMP advisor to register for your first courses as a Beloiter. Have you thought about a career in engineering after you graduate? Beloit’s unique dual-degree engineering program combines the critical thinking skills of Beloit’s liberal arts with the applied technical training of an engineering school.

Let’s explore what you need to know about Engineering at Beloit


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