The registrar’s function is to organize, manage, and maintain the information that constitutes the lifeblood of  the College. Students, courses, and the grades received in those courses come together at the beginning of each semester, as students register for courses, and so the term “registrar” arose.

Some of the most commonly requested services needed by past or present students are enrollment verification, transcript requests, and assessment of advanced credit. The office is also responsible for the academic calendar, each semester’s course schedule, the final exam schedule, and graduation applications.

The Registrar’s Office is located in the Crusader Success Hub in the Abbot Walter Coggin Student Commons in the center of campus. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you have any additional questions or need information not provided here, please contact us at:


Belmont Abbey College
Office of the RegistrarCrusader Success Hub
100 Belmont-Mt. Holly Rd.
Belmont, NC 28012
Telephone: 704.461.6733
Fax: 704.461.6727

Meet our Staff:

Margot Rhoades, M.A.

Beth Egan
Registration Specialist 

Spring 2016 registration

Spring 2016 registration will begin as follows:

November 10th –Seniors beginning at 8:00am

November 11th– Juniors beginning at 8:00am

November 12th – Sophomores beginning at 8:00am

November 13th – Freshman beginning at 8:00am.

In order to be able to register online every student is required to meet with his/her advisor. Online registration authorization for each student will occur after or during the advisor meeting. If you are unsure of your advisor assignment please log on to Self-Service.

Some important tips as you plan for spring registration:

  1. Registration Stops: Every students should log on to Self-Service to make sure he/she does not have any stop/holds on his/her account. Registration will not open for students who have holds, so if you encounter a hold you should work to clear it up prior to registration.
  2. Transfer of Credits: Approval for transfer credits must occur prior to taking the class to ensure transferability. In general, unless there are extenuating circumstances, only elective credits will be approved for off-campus study. It is also important to note that the last thirty credits of the degree are required to be taken on campus. The application to request transfer of credits may be found in the Registrar’s Office (Stowe, room 101) and on Self-Service under “Registrar’s Office Forms.”
  3. Online Registration: Online registration for each class will open at 8 a.m. on the days listed above. Please be sure you have met with your advisor prior to the date for your registration period.