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As a primary resource within the Dean of Students’ Office, the Student Concern System is a resource designed for all members of the Belmont University community to use to report non-emergency concerns about a student’s health or safety. The Dean of Students’ Office encourages all Belmont faculty, staff and students to utilize the student concern system to share your concern, large or small. Professional staff will assist in identifying the type of concern and connect students of concern to helpful resources on an as needed basis.
The Department of Residence Life at Belmont University is committed to fostering a Christian community that encourages students and staff to focus on personal and spiritual growth, as well as individual, communal, and civil responsibility within an educational and purposeful living experience.
The Lila D. Bunch Library is located on the west side of Belmont Boulevard. It houses four floors of resources, seating for approximately 500 students, a circulation lobby, a reference/periodical wing, an information literacy classroom, an instructional technology laboratory, a multimedia presentation hall, an education services center, a music services center, and many more.
Belmont University computing and telecommunication networks, computing equipment and computing resources are owned by the university and are provided to support the academic and administrative functions of the university. Federal and state law, and university policies and procedures govern the use of this equipment and technologies.
Belmont University Health Services, located in McWhorter Hall room, provides non-emergent, outpatient medical care for all currently enrolled students, staff, and faculty. Belmont University Health Services is staffed by board certified nurse practitioners that are experienced in treating various medical problems.
On-campus worship services, local and international mission projects and numerous Bible studies offer students multiple avenues to explore and deepen their faith in the context of a supportive and theologically diverse community.
The Department of Fitness and Recreation exists to provide members of the Belmont community with facilities,programs and services that educate, promote and support a healthy and active lifestyle.
Students are encouraged to find involvement opportunities where they can exercise their passion and strengths with other students that share in a common interest. Co-curricular involvement is a vital part of the overall collegiate student experience. It provides students the opportunity to apply what they are learning inside the classroom to their lives outside of class.
Belmont University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master's,and doctoral degrees.