Back at Beloit
Planning a Safe, Sensible and Smart Return to Campus
It’s time to get back to business.
(And chemistry. And literature. And political science.)
We can’t wait to have you back on campus.
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Our staff, faculty, and students have spent the summer planning a response to the COVID-19 pandemic that will keep our community healthy while maintaining what’s best about Beloit. We’re still refining our plans — faculty are reimagining the classes they will teach, staff are envisioning innovative ways to deliver services in-person and at a distance, and students are all-in with creative ideas about staying safe and creating a vibrant community.
Our preparations and this plan will continue to develop throughout this year. We are eager to share this initial plan for Fall 2020 and beyond and hope you return often for new information.
When you come back to Beloit, here’s what you need to know:
The classroom and residential experience will look a little different, especially at first.
We’re reducing class sizes, incorporating online and hybrid classes, and adjusting housing and dining options to safeguard the health of our community.Read more
The choices you make outside of class will have an impact on our community.
We’ll be ready to adapt quickly if new outbreaks or disruptions require action.
Our primary commitment is keeping our community safe and healthy.
There’s nothing more important than the health and safety of our community. At the end of the day, that’s what guides our planning.Read more
Updates & Announcements
It will be great to be back at Beloit. Here’s an overview of our plans, from President Bierman and Beloit’s COVID-19 Task Force.
The first Fall 2020 Mod begins on September 1.
For most meetings, advising, tutoring, and some classes.
At least 6 feet, inside and out.
Limit Physical Contact
Avoid handshakes and other physical contact when possible.
Wear a Mask
When distancing is impossible (inside and out), in classrooms, and more.
Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer regularly.
Of all common spaces and frequently used surfaces.
Daily Wellness Checks
Check your temperature and watch for symptoms.
If you’re feeling sick, stay home and get a checkup.