January 14, 2020

‘Be All In’ Campaign Launches in 2020

In early 2020, Beloit College will be kicking off “Be All In,” a five-year, $50 million fundraising campaign. The dollars raised will be invested in people and programs, and reposition the college to thrive.

Students working together in a classroom. Credit: Howard Korn’87

The ambitious fundraising goal includes an average of $10 million each year for financial aid and budget relief. In total, the campaign has earmarked $20 million for financial aid and $30 million in investments toward making Beloit’s standout programs even stronger.

During the campaign, 100 percent of all gifts to the college’s annual fund will go directly to financial aid for recruiting and supporting students.

“I’ve quickly learned that Beloiters are a passionate and generous community of people,” says Amy Wilson, Beloit’s vice president for Development and Alumni Relations. “We all want to see the college thrive for the next 170 years, and we are all in to make that happen.”

Fundraising Breakdown

$28 Million for Our Students

$17 Million for Our People

$5 Million for Our Academics


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