Are you looking forward to the fall semester? We are, too, because that’s when we’ll welcome you to Beloit. In the meantime, we’ll share ways to connect with fellow Beloiters, 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
July 5-7, 9, 11-15 — Summer Orientation (held virtually)
July 19-29 — Advising and Fall Class Registration (individual appointments with your AMP Advisor)
Aug. 9 — Football Athlete Move-In
Aug. 18 — Fall Athlete Move-In (Soccer and Volleyball)
This year we are offering online sessions during the month of June (some taped, some live) to help you make a smooth transition to college. Our Summer Orientation page has the full schedule of events.
Every new student (transfer or first-year) should participate. Make sure that you have your Beloit email set up! Your username and temporary password was emailed to you when you made your deposit at Beloit.
All announcements related to Orientation will be sent there.
In July, you will have an individual time with your AMP advisor to select and register for courses. We’ve got additional sessions right before classes start to make sure that you are ready to go and ready to succeed.
Make sure that you have your Beloit email set up! Your username and temporary password was emailed to you when you made your deposit at Beloit.
We hope to bring everyone back to campus in the fall for classes and New Student Days, which is the rest of the Orientation program. Once we have a determination, we will communicate to all Beloiter and post it here.
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.
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