Clubs & Organizations

Find your people. Discover your thing (or all the things).

Beloiters have a wide array of interests outside the classroom. Dungeons & Dragons. Art. Ultimate frisbee. Planning concerts and campus events. Yoga. If you like it, chances are good that you’ll find someone else who does, too. Beloit currently offers over 45 clubs and organizations, and if they don’t have what you’re looking for, you and your friends can create your own.

Many Beloiters choose to live part of their time here in special interest housing. Many of these groups are located in their own old house and accommodate between four and 20 students.

Another popular option is to join a sorority or fraternity on campus. We have two sororities and three fraternities, all of which have a distinct vibe and their own house. None of them are anything like what you’ve seen in the movies.

Just a few examples

  • Seeking people who are strong, loving, and passionate about their work.
    Members of Theta Pi Gamma tailgate at the Homecoming football game against Cornell College.
  • A student-run club where Beloit College students, both Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese, can have a chance to be exposed to Vietnamese culture.
    Members of the Vietnamese Student Association share a dinner together in Maurer Link.
  • Educating students about growing food using organic methods, building hands-on connections with the curriculum, and nourishing campus by providing produce to students.
  • Fostering student stewardship of regional waterways, creating access to water-based recreation, monitoring development directly affecting regional waterways, and activating underutilized Beloit College facilities.
  • Bringing parkour to Beloit campus: experience something new and exciting, see the world in a creative new light, try a new way to exercise, and better understanding of parkour and freerunning.
    Beloit College eighth annual Giving Day activities. (Photo by Rich Chapman)

To see all groups, check out the complete list of clubs and organizations.


Gamers try out the college’s gaming and e-Sports space in Whitney Hall during the Student Involvement Fair.

Student club presses play with a brand new gaming space

A new gaming and esports club joins casual and competitive gamers on campus. Its new space in Whitney Hall links people of all backgrounds to hang out and play video games.

OEC + 2022 fall break camping trip to Kettle Moraine forest.

OEC students camped at Kettle Moraine over fall break

Students from the Outdoor Environmental Club enjoyed stunning fall foliage, solitude, relaxing hikes, great food, and experienced a feel for the change of the seasons.

Aardvark Authors board members Sydney, Gray, India, Jonah, and Sam.

New creative writing club creates community

Two years of Covid prevented creative writers on campus from coming together as a group outside the classroom. India David’25 wanted to fix that, so she gathered her friends and made a (well-attended) new club .  

“There’s just so many people on this campus who love to interact and write stories,”


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