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Thinking & Doing

A Beloit state of mind

There’s a huge difference between getting an education and being so immersed, so transformed, so enthralled with living and learning here that your education never really starts or stops.

  • 37,000
    the city of Beloit’s population
  • 22%
    percentage of international students
  • 1846
    the year Beloit was founded (before Wisconsin became a state)
  • #1
    most diverse college in Wisconsin
  • 10:1
    student-to-faculty ratio
  • #30
    Best Liberal Arts College - Washington Monthly (2020)

real world meets ivory tower

Hands-on approach

For more than 50 years, Beloiters have used the world around us as a classroom.

We believe people learn best by doing

Across our 50+ majors, innovative programs, and campus resources, Beloit makes sure students have every opportunity to build strong resumes and contribute to our wider community.

A recipe for success

Embedded in every experience at Beloit are opportunities for students to be effective communicators, creative problem solvers, productive collaborators, and intellectually and professionally agile.

More than ‘Midwest nice’

Beloit’s close-knit community means open-door policies, more mentors than mascots, support for people of diverse backgrounds, traditions that run deep, and unexpected connections with people and places beyond campus.

Made in Wisconsin, serving the world

There are more than 16,000 Beloit alumni around the globe. They are writers, scientists, lawyers, and CEOs; fundraisers and financiers; artists and actors; smoke-jumpers and small business owners.

They’re the kind of people who have a clear sense of purpose and the agility to thrive in any career. They make a difference throughout their lives — because they can’t imagine doing it any other way.

Assessing Groundwater Quality at Local Fish Hatchery
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Assessing Groundwater Quality at Local Fish Hatchery

Desire Piphus ’20 is investigating major ion geochemistry in flowing wells at the Nevin State Fish Hatchery.

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