Founded in 1890, Belmont University is a private institution and a student-centered Christian community situated in Nashville, Tennessee. It is ranked 6th among Best American colleges, Regional Universities in South by US News and World report, 2019.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- Belmont University constitutes 11 different colleges/schools. It offers more than 80 undergraduate degrees and above 20 graduate programs to students from different academic backgrounds.
- Situated at a distance of just 2 miles from downtown Nashville, the university campus spreads over 84 acres and provides excellent exposure to music, healthcare, tourism and more.
- There are various comfortable residential communities provided by Belmont University. Belmont commons is situated off-campus. All full-time undergraduates below the age of 21 are required to live on campus. The college owns around 15 residential halls for students to choose from.
Belmont University Admission Process
Students desiring admission to Belmont University can apply directly through the college’s website or via The Common Application.
|Requirements||Official High School Transcripts|
|Additional Requirements||Counsellor Recommendation, Official evaluation of International transcripts|
|Application Fee||$50 (non-refundable)|
|Application Deadlines (Bachelor’s degree)||Fall- June 1, Spring- October 1, Summer- March 1.|
Cost and Scholarships
|Tuition & Fee||$34,310|
|Room & Board||$12,120|
- 73% of students receive financial aid of some kind at Belmont University.
- Scholarships are available in the form of: merit scholarships, endowed scholarships and non-institutional scholarships.
- Student loans, merit based financial aids and grants are offered to students in need.
Belmont University provides various student employment opportunities both on and off-campus. The SFS (Student Financial Services) body at Belmont provides quick and effective solutions to all financial problems a prospective student might face.