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Student Affairs Departments

Residence Life (ResLife)

The Office of Residence Life is here to assist you with all of your on-campus housing concerns. On our website, you can see hall floor plans, what to bring, how to contact your ResLife building staff, and more. You can also visit us for information about meal plan requirements, off-campus storage options, care packages, or our online shopping marketplace.

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Belmont Office of Leadership Development (BOLD)

The Belmont Office of Leadership Development -BOLD exists to provide values-based experiences that enhance student's capacity to lead and serve ethically.  We envision a campus where every Belmont student has the ability to be a transformative servant leader. 

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Community Accountability

Community Accountability helps students take ownership of where their choices have led them, we hold them accountable to their choices in order to respectfully challenge the way they think about making decisions as a community member.

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Health Services

Belmont University Health Services provides non-emergent, outpatient medical care for all currently enrolled students, staff, and faculty, and it is conveniently located on campus in McWhorter Hall. Belmont University Health Services is staffed by board-certified nurse practitioners and registered nurses that are experienced in treating various medical problems.

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Fitness & Recreation (FitRec)

FitRec is your home for all your fitness needs on campus.  Whether it is utilizing the fitness center, playing intramural sports, taking group fitness classes or working with one our personal trainers; take advantage of everything FitRec offers!

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Growth & Purpose for Students (GPS)

The GPS Office serves the same purpose for this journey – your Belmont experience! We're here to coach you through discerning your unique path, help you avoid or recover from detours, and to aid you in identifying the best opportunities and resources available to you as you work towards arriving at your final Belmont destination: graduation!

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Towering Traditions (TT)

TT is the unforgettable orientation experience welcoming new Bruins into the Belmont story. Our goal is simple: we want to connect you with the Belmont community as you set your college trajectory to align with your goals and dreams. We know beginnings aren't everything, but they matter. TT is your Belmont beginning designed to get you on the right start.

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Student Organizations & Activities (SOA)

Being involved on campus and making Belmont feel like home is a vital part of being successful in college.  Each student can find a community by getting involved with a student organization, make a difference through the Student Government Association (SGA) or by attend events sponsored by Student Activities Program Board (SAPB).

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Student Support and Disability Services (SDSS)

The Student Support & Disability Services (SSDS) office assist students in connecting to the available support resources on campus, as well as, oversees Belmont University's reasonable accommodation process for students with disabilities to provide equal access to University programs and services consistent with both the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.   

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Counseling Services

We strive to make counseling as accessible as possible for students; therefore, no appointment is necessary to make your first contact with one of our mental health counselors.  The first step to accessing counseling is to attend a brief and confidential consultation with a member of our counseling team.  During your consultation with the counselor, you will discuss the problems you would like support with and create a plan of action to address your needs. 

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Multicultural Learning Experience (MLE)

The Office of Multicultural Learning and Experience (MLE) will serve as a resource, conduit, and guide for the entire Belmont community as it relates to the concepts of; cultural competency; cultural understanding & awareness; experiential learning and exploration with a Christian foundation.

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