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Info for Prospective Parents

The Parent's Role

Your student’s college search is a big decision that will affect their development as a student and as an adult.  While this is an exciting time for your student, we recognize that it is a big change for your entire family!  It is important that your student has your support and guidance throughout this process.  Below are a few ways you can assist your student while allowing them the freedom to make this process their own.

  • Communication with Colleges
  • College Campus Visits
  • College Fairs

Important Dates

  • Freshmen Applicants (Students entering in Fall 2021)
  • Transfer Applicants

Meet the Dean

profile-chris-gage.jpgDr. Chris Gage, leads all aspects of Belmont’s Enrollment Services division, including overseeing University Admissions, Student Financial Services and Belmont Central. He also serves on the Provost’s Executive Council and works collaboratively with college deans in making decisions related to University operations, strategic growth, retention practices and student success. A 18-year veteran of higher education, Gage is also an active member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and previously served as president of the Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling. A graduate of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business with an MBA from Xavier University, Gage received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Higher Education from the University of Nebraska.

 

Watch the latest videos in Chris Gage's Video Series for Parents

Click the menu in the top corner to choose a specific video in the series

Parent Webinars

  • Parent Information Session - October 2020
  • Parent Information Session - November 2020

Health and Safety

Your student’s health and safety are our top priority.  Whether they live on campus or off, we are committed to providing a safe community for all students.  Below are some resources on what Belmont is doing to keep students safe.