FROM BELL RUNS TO C-HAUS
You’ll always be a Beloiter!
Traditions run deeper than the Rock River around here. Alumni help us keep them alive.
Celebrate what Beloit (or Belwah) means to you.
Whether you’re a new graduate or a longtime alum, your time at Beloit shaped how you see the world. Our alumni programs help you stay connected to campus and to each other.
Engaged alumni are essential to Beloit’s success. The Alumni Office can help you:
- Stay up to date on alumni events and news.
- Connect with classmates on social media.
- Refer a future Beloiter so a potential Beloiter is able to learn what you already know first hand — Beloit is an amazing place.
- Join the alumni association or plan for Reunion.
- Volunteer for Admissions, host alumni events, or offer job-shadowing for students.
- Nominate outstanding alumni for recognition.
- Take advantage of our lifelong career services.
- Request a transcript.
- Make a gift to the college.
2024 Beloiter Days: Homecoming and Reunion Weekend
Beloiters of all kinds celebrate Beloit College and their connections to each other.more
Big ideas, practical applications, and a few gentle nudges
Beloit’s student-centric culture, broad liberal arts focus, and strategic nudges from mentors helped Karla Magana Figueroa’13 get the most of out of her Beloit education. While everyone may not immediately connect a liberal arts education with a career in corporate America, she’s found it to be a perfect fit for the wide-ranging projects she’s worked on as a consultant, first for IBM, then for Ernst & Young.More
Paying Taxes, Times TwoRunning a business and living in London, Rebecca Lammers’07 gets hit twice with taxes from the U.S. and the U.K. She’s lobbying to change that for herself and all Americans living abroad. More
Roberta “Bobbi” Cordano’86 is one of USA TODAY’s Women of the Year
An advocate for access, inclusion, diversity, and social justice, Bobbi Cordano joins the ranks of other USA TODAY’s Women of the Year honorees, including former First Lady Michelle Obama, former supreme court justice Sandra Day O’Connor, and astronaut Nicole Mann.More
Helping Students Succeed in a New RealityAs director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, DeVon Wilson’90 is helping to clear the many hurdles Covid is placing in front of the underrepresented, first-generation, low-income students he and his team support. More
Who made Beloit special?If you ask alumni how Beloit College impacted them, the answer will most likely be a “who,” not a “what”: A person or several people always had an open door, offered advice at a crucial time, or provided a boatload of inspiration. More
Fighting Covid on Multiple FrontsPublic health professional Shanna Dell’10 typically works with nurse-centered HIV pre-exposure prevention, but Covid has changed everything. In her new roles, she’s taking inspiration from fellow nurses who were working with HIV patients long before the disease’s transmission was understood. More