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Being a Beloiter

When you’re a Beloiter, you try ideas on for size and see if they fit. You don’t expect cookie-cutter sameness in your friends. And you might even wear shorts and sandals in the bitter Wisconsin winter.

Dance students perform on College Street, by the residential halls. Dance students perform on College Street, by the residential halls.

Interesting people wanted

Beloiters organize the annual Folk and Blues Festival and intern at an aviation software firm downtown. They take a $20 bill and turn it into a sustainable, globally inspired fashion business. They’re recruited to play football and end up falling in love with political philosophy.

Our normal is pretty extraordinary

When you’re comparing selective liberal-arts colleges, you’ll hear a lot about small classes, caring faculty, and rich educational experiences. Less common, unless you’re looking at Beloit, are:

Sylvia Lopez takes her Spanish classes outside on nice days. Sylvia Lopez takes her Spanish classes outside on nice days.

See for yourself

Being a Beloiter is amazing. But we’re biased. Come see for yourself — our admissions office can help you schedule a tour, set up transportation and accommodations, and give you the lowdown on the best place to grab a bite near campus.


Dulce Saenz ’20 working at Vissum.

Interning Abroad: Beloit student talks working in health care in Spain

Dulce Saenz ’20, a biochemistry and health and society double major, shares her experiences at a Spanish ophthalmological hospital.

The Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest at nighttime as seen from a Danube cruise

Volunteering with a refugee resettlement organization

While studying abroad in France, Emily Kratz ’21 teaches English to refugees.

Greg Hopper ’80 giving a talk on Investing Strategy to Investment Club members and econ majors and faculty at Beloit College, Feb 6th. 2020

Being an Investor While in College, Why Not?

Mashfik Siddique ’20 and Saugat Pandey ’21 found a place for students to become investors while still in college.

   Kerry Randazzo’20

Art in Service of a Greater Cause

Kerry Randazzo’20 combined his love of theatre arts with a major in environmental arts and communications. “I began to think more about my art and how it could best be put to use in service of a greater cause, with more focus on applying my performance art and costume design to get my audiences to engage with environmental issues.”


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