Beloit College Rankings Based on Salary
- Beloit College ranks better than only 24% of colleges, based on bachelor's salaries.
- Beloit College ranks better than only 18% of colleges, based on debt for a bachelor's degree.
Salary and Debt by Major at Beloit College
We calculated a salary score for each of Beloit College's programs by comparing program-specific median alumni earnings to median alumni earnings for the same program across all schools that provide this data. This way, students can compare the relative salary strength of a specific major at Beloit College to the same major at other schools. A school's overall score by level is a weighted average of all of its program scores. Data is sourced from the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and was last updated in December 2020. It reflects median alumni debt upon graduation and median alumni earnings in the year after graduation for students who received federal financial aid.
Salary Scores for Bachelor's Degrees
Beloit College ranks higher than 24% of colleges for bachelor's degrees, based on salary.
|Field of Study||Median Debt||Median Salary|
|Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies||Not Reported||$29,685|
|Fine and Studio Arts||Not Reported||$25,194|
|International Relations and National Security Studies||Not Reported||$32,925|
|Political Science and Government||$27,000||$27,584|
|Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies||Not Reported||$20,140|
|Science, Technology and Society||$26,816||$21,508|
Beloit College Reviews
Most Recent Reviews
When I went to Beloit College they had an excellent program for Anthropology and Museum Studies. The museum collections are extensive and there is said to be a rivalry between the department's founder and Marshall Field of the Field Museum in Chicago. They had a lab devoted to the study of bio-anthropology which wasn't something I saw much of outside the public universities of the midwest.
Beloit College was a supportive experience for me, aided by faculty and student affairs staff who encouraged me to ask questions, explore my interests, and to get involved. The religious studies program, while small, included stellar professors who helped me tailor my interests in social justice, Spanish, Latin America, politics, and sociology to the program. I left the college with a stronger sense of who I was. My biggest advice to to get involved and put yourself out there, to make use of office hours and... Read More