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U.S. News Rankings 2022 Best Colleges

A college on the move jumps five spots

Beloit College is again ranked as one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022 Best Colleges rankings. The College, which moved up five spots overall, was ranked near the top in numerous foundational categories, including First-Year Experience, Undergraduate Teaching, and Best Value.

The College also joined the list for the top 10 on the Most Innovative Liberal Arts Schools for the second-consecutive year, reflecting its student-centered, innovative approach to ensuring academic continuity during a pandemic.

Read moreread more about Beloit’s US News rankings

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The Student Experience: College to Career 

On her way to a career in public policy

International Relations major Gisela Sarabia-Sandoval’22 is acquiring the knowledge, experiences, and skills needed to reach her goals.

Gisela chose Beloit for its liberal arts curriculum. “I knew I wanted to put theory into practice outside the classroom and connect ideas across disciplines. Beloit teaches you to do that,” she said.

Throughout her time at Beloit she’s taken advantage of opportunities the College has to offer: from advising and mentorship in the Student Excellence and Leadership program, to professional development through Career Works, to expanding her educational horizons as a McNair Scholar and studying abroad at Veritas University, Gisela is building a foundation for her future. 

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Sustainability: Making a Difference

Powerhouse celebrated for energy efficiency

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers honored Beloit College’s Powerhouse with the Focus on Energy 2021 Energy Efficiency Excellence Award on Wednesday, September 8. Governor Evers commended the new student hub for its innovative approach to conserving energy and reducing the Beloit community’s carbon footprint.

“I’m always impressed with how important the college is to the city of Beloit and how important the city of Beloit is to the college,” says Governor Evers. “This facility serves as a great example of what can be accomplished when people come together and create something that is both sustainable and special.”

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