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Registration & Fees


Beloit Blocks

To enroll in Beloit Block courses on campus or online, simply follow these two steps:

  1. Register for the class.

    If you are a Beloit student, go to Portal and select your course under “Summer Term”.

    Participants who are not enrolled at Beloit must fill out a Special Student Application. More information about registering as a special student is available with the Registrar’s Office.

  2. Pay a $300 deposit to secure your spot. After you register on Portal, you will have one week to pay your deposit electronically via TMS Payment Portal. After one week, if you have not yet paid your deposit, your student account will be charged $300.

Tuition and Costs

  • The cost of tuition for all Summer Blocks is $2,400.
  • Students who wish to live on campus for the duration of a block course must pay $990 for room and board. Please contact Residental Life to reserve your room.
  • Textbooks are not included in the cost of tuition.

International Block

To participate in the faculty-led International Block course, simply follow these two steps:

  1. Register for the class.

    If you are a Beloit student, go to Portal and select your course under “Summer Term”.

    Participants who are not enrolled at Beloit College must fill out a Special Student Application. More information about registering as a special student is available with the Registrar’s Office.

  2. Pay a $1,000 deposit to secure your spot. After you register on Portal, you may pay your deposit electronically via TMS Payment Portal. The deadline for deposits is February 13. If you are enrolled but have not paid your deposit by the deadline, your student account will be charged $1,000. 

Tuition and Costs: 

International blocks are worth 1.5 Beloit Units, which qualifies students for summer financial aid. Please contact Beloit’s Financial Aid office for support. 

Bosnia-Herzegovina: $4,580 estimated costs (Financial Aid available)

  • Tuition: $2,400 
  • Program Fee: $635*
    • Includes all in-country housing, transportation, entry fees, guides, international health insurance, and most meals in country.
      • *This fee is greatly reduced by the generous of the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice and the Manger Family Fund.
  • Housing and Meals on campus for first 10 days: $425
  • Additional meals not covered by the program: $120 (approx.)
  • International air travel: $1,000 (approx.)

Spain and Morocco: $5,450 estimated costs (Financial Aid available)

  • Tuition: $2,400
  • Program Fee: $2,050*
    • Includes home stay, meals, airport pickup, in-country transportation, excursions, international health insurance.
      • *This fee is greatly reduced by the generous of the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice and the Manger Family Fund.  
  • International air travel: $1,000 (approx.)
  • $300 scholarship available from CEA, our program partner in Spain, for students with 3.0 gpa or higher. 

Policies

Non-refundable enrollment deposit

All students who enroll in a summer block course must pay a deposit to confirm their registration. The deposit for a regular course is $300 and for an international course is $1,000. This helps us know that you are committed and that if a class meets its minimum enrollment requirement, we can confirm it, and the professor and students can make plans.

Withdrawal Policies for International Blocks

Students who withdraw before March 1st (for Spain & Morocco) and before March 13th (for Bosnia & Herzegovina) will be entitled to a full refund of their deposit. Students who withdraw after those dates will be charged for their full deposit plus any non-recoverable expenses. 

Withdrawal Policies for On-Campus Blocks

Students who withdraw before April 15th for on-campus Blocks, will have their deposit reimbursed. Students who drop a Block course after the registration period ends will lose their deposit.

Course cancellation policy

If a course has not met the minimum enrollment number four weeks before the start of the program, the college may cancel the course. If this occurs, any fees paid will be returned to the students enrolled in that particular course unless students wish to transfer into another Beloit Blocks course.

In the event that courses must be cancelled due to safety concerns, students will also receive a full refund of their deposit. 

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