Founded in 1846 by two Yale men, Beloit is Wisconsin’s oldest college, and one that has long been a national leader in the delivery of a rigorous, innovative, and rewarding liberal arts and sciences education. Beloit routinely appears as a “best value” in U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review, and is heralded as one of the “Colleges That Change Lives” by the late author and former New York Times education editor Loren Pope. Beloit draws students from 49 of the 50 U.S. states and nearly 40 foreign countries. Located on the Wisconsin-Illinois stateline, the college is easily reached from O’Hare Airport, downtown Chicago, and Madison, Wisconsin, by a convenient and inexpensive bus service.
Nestled in a quaint Midwestern town, Beloit fosters a welcoming environment for international students. Located two hours outside of Chicago, Beloit is a smaller college, where students who want to connect with other students, faculty, and the campus in a more intimate setting often feel at home.See All 12 Photos
Main CampusBeloit, Wisconsin, United States Campus Website0 - 5,000 on Campus<100,000 residents in BeloitLanguage(s) spoken on campus: EnglishBeloit college provides international students with lots of on-campus extracurricular activities. There are frequent on-campus lectures and symposiums as well as visits to local schools and community organizations. International students can also participate in student clubs, sports, community service projects, performances, a multicultural festival and an international dinner. The Office of Student Activities organizes off-campus trips as do many on-campus clubs. As a residential college, the campus offers four types of housing. Residence halls offer the most common type of housing at Beloit College. The majority of first-year and sophomore students live in this type of residence hall. Upper-class residence halls are reserved primarily for juniors and seniors, but the occasional sophomore will be able to select a room in an upper-class residence hall. Special interest housing is housing for people with similar interests. Special-interest houses relate to language programs or campus clubs. Beloit College currently has three national fraternities, a local sorority, and two national sororities. This housing is open to individuals who have successfully met the requirements for joining a Greek organization. International students can also participate in a homestay program, with local families. You can view the campus map and select student life buildings to get more housing option details.