Critical Race Training in Education

Beloit College

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
700 College St
Beloit, Wisconsin 53511
Phone
(608) 363-2000
Email address
admissions@beloit.edu
School Information
"Beloit is historically renowned for both the humanities and the sciences, for its accredited art and anthropology museums, its international education, and integrative first-year program. As a small liberal arts college, your professors want to make meaningful relationships with you, with both sides learning from each other. Our flexible curriculum retains much of the spirit of the innovative Beloit Plan, a groundbreaking year-round curriculum from the 1960s that emphasized field studies and required off-campus terms. "Today, we ask students to take classes from five different areas, to learn how to write and research and question. Professors and peers alike expose you to people and stories from around the world and in our backyard. We ask you to challenge what you once believed to be true, to stretch the limits of what you thought possible. At Beloit, we ask you to observe and introspect, to educate and empathize, and to take these skills with you for the rest of your life." (Source: https://www.beloit.edu/our-story/our-history/)
General Information
Beloit College has amended its core values and disciplinary policy. The student Government, faculty, and administration will revise the “statement of culture” for all members of the campus community to follow. No mandatory Critical Race Training sessions are yet required of students. However, see developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Disciplinary Measures

    Student Government, faculty, and administration will revise the “statement of culture” for all members of the campus community to follow.

Last updated February 13th, 2021