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Beloit's wooded forty-acre campus includes buildings designed in a range of architectural styles; four buildings are listed on the National or State Register of Historic Places. The campus is marked by winding pathways, expansive lawns, displays of public art, and ancient effigy mounds.
The college's academic facilities include the internationally recognized Logan Museum of Anthropology, theWright Museum of Art, a state of the art performing arts complex and research labs equipped with advanced technology in the LEED Certified Center for the Sciences. Beloit offers more than thirty international programs, dozens of domestic study programs, and hundreds of internships and field study programs.
Beloit is only about an hour-and-a-half drive from Chicago and Milwaukee—O’Hare International Airport is just a quick, easy bus ride away—and the state capital, Madison, is just a 45-minute drive on Interstate 90. With multiple events happening on campus every night, the problem is not usually what to do, but what you’ll have to miss.
From the farmers market to the film festival to Friday-night open mics, there’s much more to this revitalized, reborn river city than you might expect. It’s a little bit of everything that you’d find anywhere else, but flavored by Wisconsin, the Midwest, and its diverse inhabitants.
There are four types of housing at Beloit College. As a first year student, you will be placed in a traditional residence hall. As early as the second semester, you will have opportunities to choose other options. You can review each section to learn about each residence hall.