Beloit College places a high premium on individuality, and that is reflected in its student body. Actors and athletes, scientists and sorority sisters, science-fiction fans and fraternity brothers, writers and political wonks, activists and artists and everyone in between come together to form a tight-knit community known, first and foremost, for its warmth and open-mindedness.
The campus is defined by a range of housing options, all of which have a front porch on the campus. More than 96 percent of students live and play on campus (residential options include single-sex halls, coed floors, and special interest houses; all halls feature kitchen facilities and common lounge areas, and trained residential assistants make great resources for staying in the loop). But students also venture out and do their own thing. A campus weeknight might find groups of friends studying in a local coffee shop, catching dinner downtown, or taking in some music at the C-Haus, the campus pub.
There are facts and figures that will tell you more about what Beloit offers as a community, but it’s probably best to just come and see for yourself. What you’ll find is a place chock full of options and opportunities for joining a gaggle of people who share your interests, as well as easily wading into new and welcoming groups and experiences. The campus itself seems made for such interactions. And in fact, it is.
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