Special Interest Houses
Beloit offers student clubs and organizations the chance to obtain group housing. Depending on the size of the club and the location, group housing can accommodate five to 20 people. Getting a room in a special interest house is governed by the special interest group that manages the housing, so any requests are passed on to the campus club/organization in question. First term, first-year students are not eligible to live in the special interest houses.
Anthropology House is located at 804 Church Street and is a coed house of 5 students. It is supported by the Anthropology Department and strives to educate the campus about anthropological issues.
The art house is located at 742 Church Street. Often adorned with elaborate images and decorations, the art house is home to students who interested in a wide range of mediums.
Beloit Science Fiction & Fantasy Association (BSFFA)
Beloit Science Fiction & Fantasy Association, or BSFFA, is located in Wood Tower D. They offer a wide range of activities, including movie marathons, gaming, and traditional role-playing.
Black Students United (BSU)
Black Students United is housed on the 2nd floor of Haven Hall. The group serves as a support group for students of color and educates about Black issues. The house is comprised of students from a variety of backgrounds, races, and ethnicities.
The Feminist Collective is located at 732 Church Street. The cooperative center seeks to raise awareness of women's issues on the campus and also serves as a support group for Beloit College Women.
The French/German House, located at 842 Park Avenue, is comprised of 8 students interested in French and German language and culture.
The interfaith house is located in Haven Hall. It houses five students and is usually comprised of students from a wide variety of spiritual and religious backgrounds.
The Japanese/Chinese House, located at 836 Park Avenue, is comprised of 8 students interested in Japanese and Chinese language and culture.
Located at 716 Emerson Street, the music house is a coed house of five students supported by the music department. It strives to educate the campus about music.
Outdoor Environment House (OEC)
Located at 722 Clary Street, it is a coed house of nine students. OEC students seek to raise campus awareness of environmental issues. This serves as home base for the Outdoor Environment Club.
Performing Arts House
Performing Arts House resides at 842 Church St. Six students live in this house and are interested in and help support performing arts on campus.
Located at 717 Emerson Street, Russian House is a coed house of six. Like the French and Spanish Houses, Russian House is aligned with the Modern Languages Department and members are selected by a committee of faculty and students.
Sexuality and Gender Alliance House (SAGA)
Located at 818 Church Street, the SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance) House is a coed house of 12 that supports GLBT students and allies. SAGA strives to raise awareness of GLBT issues on campus.
The Spanish House is a coed house. Like the French House, the Spanish House is aligned with the Modern Languages Department, and members are selected by a committee of faculty and students. The Spanish Club, Casa Espanol, and Voces Latinas are integral parts of the house. Students going on the Ecuador seminar usually reside in this house.
Substance-Free Programming and Innovative Entertainment League (SPIEL)
This house is new as of the fall of 2008. It is located in Wood Hall and comprised of students committed to furthering substance free programming and ideals.
Voces Latinas House
Located at 721 Emerson Street, Voces is a co-ed house of four students. This home serves as the home base for the Voces Latinas Student Group.