Education for an Exceptional LifeLocated near Charlotte, North Carolina, Belmont Abbey College is a private, liberal arts, Catholic college rooted in a Benedictine heritage. Our mission is to help each individual grow in excellence and virtue so they become a blessing to themselves and others. Recognized by the Newman Guide, U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review, our quality academics with a personal touch will set you on course for an exceptional future in grad school, a career and life. Come see for yourself the difference a Belmont Abbey College experience can make in your life!
“I came to the Abbey for many reasons. But the real question is why do I stay? Because of the people. The people of Belmont Abbey College are one of a kind, and the friendships I’ve made here surpass all of my expectations!”
– Brigid Wilson
Royal Oak, MI
Class of 2015
“I wanted to be part of a school in which I could share the same beliefs with others. The faith basis on this campus lays the ground work for faith and cultural diversity. I feel completely welcome here. I am encouraged to grow in mind, body, and spirit.”
– Javy Valleya-Ayala
Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico
Class of 2014
“After arriving and becoming a part of the community, I fell in love and couldn’t imagine leaving. The spirit of the community, the classes, the people, and campus itself became my home away from home. My college experience continues to encourage me and push to grow and flourish academically and spiritually in ways that cannot be found anywhere else.”
– Sarah Bathon
Elementary Education Major
Class of 2016
“Belmont Abbey College is a place where every person is committed to perfecting the intellectual, moral and theological virtues in their life as well as helping others to do the same.”
– Dr. Bill Thierfelder, President, Belmont Abbey College
(ADP) Last day to withdraw officially from an ADP1 class with a “W”
The duo from Venezuela makes a return visit to the Abbey playing traditional European music as well as that of Spain and Latin America.
The Abbey’s ensemble in residence presents music with period instruments and voice celebrating the 300th birthday of J.S. Bach’s son C.P.E.