Beloit College first admitted women in 1895. When they arrived on campus, they enrolled in the same classes as the men, but they organized their own clubs and other activities.
From 1895 through the early 1900s, women formed their own organizations. These let them express themselves and create their own spaces. This exhibit investigates the clubs and sports created in the early days of co-education.
Georgia Armitage, Alex Thomae, Charlie Burks