In its 2018 rankings, Washington Monthly ranked Beloit College #38 out of the top 228 liberal arts colleges in the country (You can find a PDF of the full ranking sheet attached). We’re proud to be recognized by a ranking guide that is committed to comparing 4-yr colleges and universities based on what they’re contributing to the public good, across three equally weighted categories. Below, we’ve included a quick breakdown of why we jumped nearly 60 spots from our 2017 ranking (#95) to land at #38 in 2018:
Social Mobility. We’re committed to making a Beloit education more affordable for all students.
- To find out more about merit-based scholarships and need-based aid, visit our Financial Aid page.
- To find out more about our Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness’ programs for students who are first-generation college students, from a low-income background, have a documented disability, and/or are domestic minorities, click here.
Research. We have a significant number of faculty (and students!) who are producing cutting edge research, and a significant number of students who go on to earn their PhDs.
Service. We encourage Beloiters to be engaged citizens in their communities.
Offering an affordable, top-notch education for students who are looking to be change makers in their communities. That’s what Beloit is all about.
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