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Admitted Student Information

Congratulations on your admittance to Belmont University's College of Pharmacy! Here are some resources to help prepare you for beginning your studies with us:

Final Steps
  1. Submit your $500 enrollment deposit along with your enrollment confirmation form to Belmont Central.
  2. Complete and submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Contact the Office of Student Financial Services with any questions you may have.
  3. Get connected with your classmates via Facebook! You will be invited to join the Facebook group once your have submitted your enrollment deposit.
  4. Take a look at the current Academic Calendar.
  5. After your enrollment deposit has been paid, you will need to create your MyBelmont account, which is where you will access your university e-mail and conduct your course registration.  To create your BIC account, you will need your Student ID number which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter.
  6. Course Registration Instructions will be emailed to you in April & May.

Housing Helps
Let's Room TogetherIn addition to connecting with peers in our Facebook Group, Belmont participates in an online social community called Let’s Room Together, which helps pharmacy students find roomates and provides other helpful resources. This is a free service.  For more information, go to Let's Room Together and use access code Belmont18! when signing up for the College of Pharmacy student group.
Let’s Room Together is NOT affiliated with Belmont University or any of its graduate programs.  This portal is not under the control of Belmont University, and Belmont University is not responsible for the contents of

Immunization Requirements
All Pharmacy students must comply with immunization requirements. We retain a copy of each student’s record to verify health and immunization compliance and to satisfy any audit requests from site administrators.  These requirements are not only for the health and safety of our students but also for the safety of the patients they will be serving outside of the University.

Background Check and Drug Screening Requirement
The Belmont University College of Pharmacy requires background checks and drug screenings for all students entering the pharmacy program.  This is to ensure a safe clinical environment for both students and the public and to meet the contractual requirements of area healthcare facilities.  Background checks and drug screenings are administered through PharmCAS.

Lab Coats & Protective Eyeware
A laboratory coat and appropriate protective eyewear are required for participation in various laboratory courses. Students are required to obtain these prior to the first week of school.  Students will receive additional instructions during the first week of classes about the type of coat/eyewear that needs to be purchased.

Student Handbooks

Student & Professional Pharmacy Organizations

Learn more about student opportunities with the College of Pharmacy.