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Types of Housing
- First-Year Residence Halls: The majority of freshman students reside in our designated first-year halls. Within these halls is a great deal of variety. All rooms are carpeted, and most floors have lounges.
- Special-Interest Houses: Beloit College offers student clubs and organizations the chance to obtain group housing. First term, first-year students are not eligible to live in special-interest housing.
- Greek Houses: There are three fraternities and three sororities at Beloit College. Each of these organizations has a house in which some of the members live. Sigma Chi and Tau Kappa Epsilon also offer dining facilities independent of the college’s food service.
- Upper-Level Student Housing: Upper-level halls are typically reserved for students in their junior and senior years. Occasionally, a sophomore may be able to get a room in one of these halls.