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 and activate a $1K award toward first-year tuition.
- 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.
- Serendipitous and deliberate alumni connections are woven throughout 2016 International Relations graduate Aimee Oda’s life in Washington, DC. More
How to Cure Homesickness: Try the Salami and Cheese
Far from home, writer Tenaya Darlington’94, aka Madame Fromage, has crafted a foodie’s dream job that taps her Swiss heritage, Midwestern upbringing, and passion for food and culture.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
Big ideas, practical applications, and a few gentle nudgesBeloit’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
The Human SwarmA new book by Mark Moffett’79 takes the biologist’s epic insight about insects and animals and uses it to think about human societies. More
Three Duffy Alums are VIPs at 2019 Commencement and Reunion“What makes a good society?” is the guiding question of the Beloit College Duffy Community Partnerships. Three Duffy alums, Ruth Hamilton’07, Erika Weiss Moczulewski’09, and Mauricio Sosa Cardenas’19 give compelling answers in terms of the work they do to make the world a better place. They were honored for their accomplishments at the 2019 Commencement and Reunion. More
Humans of Beloit: Todd Braje’98Todd Braje’98 talks about getting “sidetracked” after college graduation and his archaeological work on ancient coastal adaptations and maritime migrations. More
Discovering a Career in SustainabilityThree alums shared their stories of applying Beloit College education to their sustainability professions. More