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Welcome to the directory for all clubs and organizations at Beloit College.

Below is a detailed list of each club and organization including a short description of the group’s purpose. For a categorized list, visit the main clubs and organizations page.

African Caribbean Society

The purpose of the African Caribbean Society is to celebrate African/Caribbean cultures and identities on campus and to educate the Beloit community about African/Caribbean heritage.

Alpha Sigma Tau (Delta Nu Chapter)

Valuing friendship and pushing to be the best personally and professionally.

Anthropology Club

Anthropology Club’s purpose is to provide a student community associated with but outside of the official Beloit College Anthropology Department and seeks to raise awareness of Anthropology on campus through events and informational meetings.

Archery Club

The purpose of the Archery Club is to promote a safe and fun environment for the enjoyment and practice of archery at Beloit College.

Arts Co-Op (Art Club)

Art club is many things. It is an opportunity to learn different interpretations of the word art. It is a place for art students to converse. It is a place for non art students to find a creative release. It spreads art awareness across campus. It is a place for learning more about art. It is a space for artistic collaboration without restrictions.

Beloit Cross-Disability Coalition (BC-DC)

A club for disabled people and their allies focusing on disability rights advocacy, educating others about disability, and offering support for disabled people within Beloit College and the surrounding community.

Beloit Independent Theatre Experience (BITE)

To facilitate student productions that allow for creative expression outside the classroom, foster theatre awareness, participation, and opportunities within the Beloit College community and beyond.

Beloit International Student Career Services (BISCS)

With an aim to provide resources to International students at Beloit College who are struggling with many questions related to job opportunities, internships searching after graduation, immigration status, graduate school applications. This organization is also created to be a connection between international alumni and current international students. Current international students, then, through this organization can build and expand their network not only with international alumni, but also with other fellows on campus. Besides, with the formation of BISCS, we can urge more international students to get involved in school activities.

Beloit Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (BSFFA)

The purpose of BSFFA shall be to provide Science Fiction and Fantasy entertainment in all forms.

Beloit Ultimate Frisbee Family (BUFF)

We the players of the Beloit Ultimate Frisbee Family, in order to form a more perfect team, lay out D’s, bid hard, chant together, win tournaments, call ups, and ensure a successful program for ourselves and prosperity, do ordain and establish this constitution of the Beloit Ultimate Frisbee Family. Additionaly, the Beloit Ultimate Frisbee Family seeks to promote the tradition of ultimate on Beloit campus, and to connect students with students from other schools, and the greater ultimate community.

Beloit Urban Garden (BUG)

Beloit Urban Garden’s mission is to educate Beloit College students about growing food using organic methods, to build hands-on connections with the curriculum, and to nourish campus by providing produce to students.

Black Students United (BSU)

BSU aims to foster community and support students of color (and allies) at Beloit. BSU strives to be an inclusive, open, and welcoming club. Through various programming and events, BSU aims to educate the campus in areas of Black issues. BSU works to give back and be the voice for Beloit College and the greater Beloit community in issues that pertain firsthand to the students of color on campus.
Students kayaking on the Rock River at the Buccaneer Boathouse.

Buccaneer Boathouse

The Buccaneer Boathouse seeks to foster student stewardship of regional waterways, create access to water-based recreation, monitor and advise development directly affecting regional waterways, and activate underutilized Beloit College facilities.

Chess Club

The Beloit Chess Club is dedicated to providing a place in which players of all skill levels may play, practice, and compete as well as promoting increased knowledge and understanding of the game of chess for its own sake as an art and as an intellectual sport.

Chinese Club

The highest priority is get Chinese students integrated into this campus. The second highest priority is to build a platform for everybody to learn Chinese culture. The third highest priority is to assist students who are learning China language to improve their academic work.

Coughy Haus (C-Haus)

The Coughy Haus is a timeless space designed, curated, operated, and funded by students for students. It is a space for student enjoyment, expression, collaboration, and growth in whatever form that takes. It is an escape where students take ownership over their actions and experiences. At its core C-Haus is a student refuge and oasis.

Dance Haus

Dance Haus is an inclusive, diverse space for recreational dance activities, open to all students, staff, and faculty to express their interest in dance. Dance Haus is not affiliated with the Beloit College Dance Department and responsibly engages with a wide range of dance genres

Feminist Collective

The Feminist Collective should exist to provide feminist activities and initiatives on campus with resources, a centralized space for discussions and organization, and support. Feminist Collective must engage the Beloit College Campus Community, as well as the community of the City of Beloit whenever possible. It works in the interest of fighting forces of oppression (including but not limited to: sexism, homophobia, transphobia, racism, classism, all manifestations of the patriarchy, ableism) as they intersect with and pertain to feminism and countersexism. The Feminist Collective supports freedom of expression and thought, and does not tolerate threats, violence, or hate speech. The house members (executive board) of the Feminist Collective will individually and collectively work to establish and promote feminist causes, advocacy, education, and activities in the pursuit of the aforementioned goals.

Fencing Club

The purpose of the Fencing Club is to: Teach students the art of fencing Teach camaraderie and sportsmanship Make use of the equipment already available to us Promote fitness and health Have fun :)

French Club

The purpose of the French Club is to promote French language and francophone cultures on Beloit College campus. We will accomplish this by holding campus events.

Geology Club (T.C. Chamberlin Geology Club)

The main purpose of the club is to foster a broader knowledge of geology and the earth sciences at Beloit College. It is our goal to broaden not only academic understanding but also to gain insight into the nature of the wide-ranging applications of geology and the corresponding opportunities and conditions in the workforce. The club will promote off-campus speakers to come to the college and speak about some aspects of geology in order to promote the main goal. It will also allow a platform for students to present and speak about geology. The club will try to have one to two off campus speakers per term, and several faculty and/or student presentations to a large audience. A secondary purpose of the club is to expose students to geology beyond the Beloit College campus, which is accomplished through field trips.

Green Team

The Beloit Green Team is dedicated to providing a space in which students are empowered to lead sustainability driven projects on Beloit College’s campus. The Beloit Green Team intends to educate its members and the student body as a whole about sustainability issues. The Beloit Green Team intends to complete projects to improve the sustainability of Beloit College’s campus.

International Club

The international club of Beloit College is a student organization aimed a promoting international strength and diversity. The club is also focused on educating the campus community on international, social, cultural and political issues and foster relationship between the international and the domestic students. Providing advice and assistance to international students in adjusting to a new environment.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)

In response to God’s love, grace and truth: the purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purposes in the world.

Japan Club

The purpose of Japan Club is to provide all interested students with extracurricular activities that explore Japanese language, culture, and tradition.

Kappa Delta (Upsilon Chapter)

Opportunities for leadership, personal development, academic success and community service.

Korean Student Association (KSA)

Korean Student Association will be a club that can give students the chances to be exposed to Korean cultures and language. We hope to spread famous Korean cultures, such as K-pop musics and K-dramas as well as the usage of Korean language.


The MakerLab is committed to empowering the individual with knowledge and strengthening the community through the dynamic exchange of ideas by striving to provide a collaborative learning environment where people can come together and build new skills to further them in their liberal arts education, specifically pertaining to design, manufacturing and building.

Model United Nations (Model U.N.)

The MUN club of Beloit College is a student organization aimed a promoting international strength, diversity, and political activities. The club is also focused on educating the campus community on international, social, cultural and political issues.

Music Club

The purpose of Music Club is to facilitate music education, provide a practice space for students and coordinate student and non-student performances on and off-campus.

Outdoor Environmental Club (OEC)

The purposes of the OEC are to initiate and facilitate dialogue and education on environmental/outdoor issues, and encourage enjoyment of the outdoors.

Parkour Club

Purpose - To help bring parkour to Beloit campus - To help others get the chance to experience something new and exciting - Teach others how to see the world in a creative new light - Give an option for a new way to exercise - Help people get a better understanding of Parkour and freerunning

Phi Kappa Psi (Wisconsin Gamma Chapter)

“Men of excellence” pursuing “the great joy of serving others.”

Pocket Lint

To produce a Art and Literature magazine each Spring full of the best Art and Literature Beloit College has to offer. To produce Cool & Edgy Zine Content. To promote Cool Art & Lit Content on Beloit College Campus i.e. Poetry Slams, Moth Slams, Zine Fests/Workshops, Visiting Authors/Poets, Literary Ragers.

Pre-Health Professionals Club

The Beloit College Health Professions Club is an organization of students who plan to go into health professions and to guide students with. The group will focus on preparing for health careers through informational meetings and discussions with other students and alumni. Everyone with an interest in a career in health is welcome, regardless of major.

Programming Board (P-Board)

The Programming Board shall be responsible for providing consistent and diverse events held on the Beloit College campus. This programming includes, but is not limited to the planning and implementation of three annual events (Vortex, Spring Day, and Folk and Blues), as well as speakers, movies, poets, comedians, performing arts, musical acts.

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Rocky Horror Picture Show is the world’s longest continuously showing movie plays in theaters across the world every week with “shadow casts” of actors pantomiming the action and dialogue in front of the screen, with attendees dressed elaborately as characters from the film. At Beloit College, this is an annual event open to the entire Beloit College community. There is a ritual of call and response between the audience and the characters on screen, and a host of props that should be taken out or thrown at the appropriate cues.

Round Table (Newspaper)

The Round Table provides a balanced, accurate news source for the Beloit College community. It is an outlet for creative minds that take the news seriously. We will sink our teeth into the meat of journalistic excellence with lupine ferocity.

Russian Club

The purpose of Russian Club is to educate the campus about Russian life and language. To enlighten the campus community about current events and the history of Russia and its culture. We attempt to do this by holding Russian teas every Sunday, cooking a Russian dinner once a semester for the campus, and organizing cultural event to share with the campus.

Sexual Health and Reproductive Choice Coalition (SHARCC)

SHARCC exists to educate the college community about reproductive health and rights, to translate increased awareness into pro-choice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to state, national, and international reproductive rights efforts. SHARCC believes in the fundamental right of every individual to manage his or her fertility. SHARCC supports full access to comprehensive reproductive and complementary health care services in settings that preserve and protect the essential privacy and rights of each individual; advocates public policies that guarantee these rights and ensure access to such services; and supports access to medically accurate educational programs that enhance understanding of human sexuality.

Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA)

To educate and support issues of gender and sexuality for all members of the Beloit College community by (1) providing information and education for Beloit College and the surrounding community; (2) providing support and referral, particularly for queer students; (3) providing support to other marginalized groups and activist groups on campus and in the community; (4) engaging in political activism and social reform, particularly for queer causes; by engaging in at least two activism events, at least one on and one off campus, per semester; (5) existing as a social organization for the queer community; and (6) maintaining 818 Church St, the SAGA house, as a safe space for those of any sexuality, gender identity, and allies of all orientations and expressions.

Sigma Chi (Alpha Zeta)

Friendship, Justice, and Learning

Spanish Club

The purpose of the Spanish Club is to provide resources on Spain and Latin America and to sponsor educational and social events related to the languages and cultures of these countries.

Substance-Free Programming and Innovative Entertainment League (SPIEL)

The purpose of SPIEL is to organize and run substance-free campus events on a regular basis to entertain and educate the Beloit College community and maintain a substance-free living space open to the campus community.

Tau Kappa Epsilon (Kappa Chapter)

Culture, Light, and Truth

Theta Pi Gamma

Seeking people who are strong, loving, and passionate about their work.

Vietnamese Student Association

Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) is a student-run club where Beloit College students, both Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese, can have a chance to be exposed to Vietnamese culture. With great passion, we, a small but vibrant group of Vietnamese students at Beloit College, together form a student association. Our purpose is to bond the students on campus through our unique people, culture, and heritage in every possible way. That being said, VSA hopes to contribute to the cultural enrichment of Beloit community.


The purpose of Voces Latinas is to educate members and the campus community about Latino cultures through the promotion of social and recreational activities. Furthermore, Voces Latinas aims to raise awareness about current pressing issues affecting Latinos in the United States. Our annual goal is to make a difference in the lives of persons both on campus and beyond.

WBCR 90.3FM Radio Station

WBCR has “been providing the highest quality non-commercial noise to the fine citizens of southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois since 1907.” WBCR has the privilege of being both an online and FM radio station, and its mission is twofold: first, to be organized, pleasurable to listen to, and connected with the Beloit student body, and second, comply with all applicable Federal Communications Commission regulations. Therefore WBCR must balance student freedom on the airwaves with strict adherence to government law.

Yoga Club

Vinyasa in Sanskrit means “to place in special way.” This class will use breath to move from posture (asana) to posture, giving special attention to safe alignment through verbal cueing and hands-on adjustment from Dr. Johnson. We will begin each class with a series of Sun Salutations (Suryra Namaskar) to prepare the body to complete dynamic and ever-changing asana sequences. Each class will incorporate breath work (pranayama) and guide students in cultivating a quiet mind. This class is open to new and seasoned yogis alike. Space is limited to 10 spaces per class.

Young Americans for Freedom

The purposes of this Chapter are as follows: to provide an organizational framework to promote the general principles of Young Americans for Freedom which were adopted in Sharon, Connecticut on September 11, 1960, as follows: in this time of moral and political crises, it is the responsibility of the youth of America to affirm certain eternal truths.

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