Welcome to Belmont University! Our award-winning Parent Orientation program is designed to provide you with valuable information and resources, as well as a window into the opportunities awaiting your student. Summer Orientation is the primary opportunity for you to access institutional resources through a variety of informational sessions, academic forums, and social interactions.
Summer Orientation for parents runs concurrent with your student's orientation sessions. Parents have the opportunity to attend information sessions hosted by Residence Life, Student Financial Services, and numerous other campus offices. Further, parents will connect with other first-year parents, faculty, and key administrators through a variety of social and academic programs.
Listed below are the activities which parents and family members of new Belmont students are invited to attend as we kick off Welcome Week.
THE PRESIDENT'S AND TRUSTEES' WELCOME AND DINNERSaturday Evening, following Move-In
Curb Event Center
Welcome to Belmont! This event, hosted by President Robert Fisher and the Belmont University Board of Trustees, is our way of saying welcome. The Belmont community will be bustling with live music, great food, President Fisher and other special guests!
CURB EVENT CENTER
This ceremony is an annual gathering of staff, faculty, students and families to celebrate the heritage of Belmont University and our commitment to community, faith, and learning.
We offer other resources for parents and families to get connected to the Belmont community, give to the Parent Fund, involvement in the Parent Council and accessing information about university offices.
It's all about relationships...and Belmont is a place that values our relationship with you. From the Parent & Family e-newsletter to a weekend of activities, we want to keep you informed, connected and engaged in the life of Belmont. We are always developing new ways to keep our parents involved in their students education so watch the e-newsletter for new ways to connect with Belmont.