Tuition & Aid

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Financial aid policy adjustments for Fall 2024:

Given ongoing delays with the FAFSA, we have decided to use the CSS Profile to determine financial aid offers for students planning to enroll in Fall 2024. Read our guidance for prospective and admitted students, as well as why we’re taking this step to provide certainty for our future Beloiters.

How to measure the value of a Beloit education

Value is so much more than what you pay. Value is also the return on your investment. Value is about your total experience, from building strong relationships in and out of the classroom and the unlimited possibilities these relationships create. You need an education that works for you. You’ll find it here. 

About our financial aid

To support our students all four years, we combine need-based grants, merit-based scholarships, student loans, work study, and state and federal funds into our financial aid offers.


Beloit College students receive gift aid (money you don’t need to pay back)


maximum you can receive annually from our many merit scholarships

About Merit Scholarships


per year is our average financial aid offer, which includes loans and work study

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About our costs

Comprehensive Cost: $72,150

Tuition and Fees: $60,886
Housing and Meal Plan: $11,264

Breakdown of the Cost of Attendance

Average costs after financial aid

We invest in you. The figures provided below represent the average financial aid offer and net cost by family income. These figures include the loans that were offered.

Family Income

Average Financial Aid, including loans

Average cost after all types of aid, including loans




$55,000 - $94,999



$95,000 - $149,999






Excluded from this data are families with assets (not income) that exceed $80,000, independent students, students who receive tuition benefits from a parent’s employer, and students who do not file a FAFSA. The amount of loans offered to each student who completes the FAFSA varies from $5,500/yr-$8,500/yr.

Beloiter Journeys

Dianne Lugo’19

Dianne Lugo’19

Dianne was Editor-in-Chief of the Round Table student newspaper while on campus. Combining her Biology major and Journalism minor, she interned at NPR’s Code Switch in California before becoming a Equity and Social Justice Reporter at the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore.  


Need help? Reach out, we’re here.

When you’re ready to crunch the numbers, counselors in the Office of Financial Aid will work with you one-on-one to find a way to fit Beloit College into your budget. Meet your counselor.

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