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Impressions Of
Beloit College

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Beloit College

To Attend

  • “The small class sizes and the tight-knit relationships with most faculty. You’ll need a network for a future internship or employment opportunities, and Beloit will be able to help you out with that.”
  • “While there is still plenty of work to be done, the fact that we have organizations like the McNair Scholars program is a huge asset for first-generation and underrepresented students. That made my college experience more affordable, and I was able to connect with students coming from a similar background as me.”
  • “The people here are very nice.”
  • “You’ll have great relationships with your professors. You can have one-on-one relationships with them if you chose to do so because they are so accessible.”
  • “If you’re somebody who knows they’re very open-minded, it’s a great place to go. You’ll be able to grow as an individual and learn a lot.”

To Not Attend

  • “The lack of a good social atmosphere, which I think is changing. More leaders are stepping up.”
  • “If you don’t like winter, because we get a lot of snow.”
  • “The food on campus is bad.”
  • “If you’re a party person, this is not the place for you.”
  • “If you’re an African-American, you might not feel comfortable here because there are not a lot of Black bodies and sometimes Black bodies aren’t treated fairly here.” [See The Round Table article, “Community responds to potential hate act on campus” and article, “Frustration continues after hate crime.”]
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