Students are encouraged to get involved by participating in one or more of the recognized student organizations on campus.
Getting involved is an excellent way to meet new friends, have fun, help others, and gain some important leadership experience. Participation in College-related clubs and organizations provides students with an opportunity for personal development. At Belmont Abbey College, just as much learning happens outside the classroom as inside. Please take a look at the extensive list of clubs and organizations that we have here at the Abbey.
The College’s community service program is advised by staff but led entirely by passionate, dedicated students. The goal of the service club is to make a positive impact on the community that surrounds and hosts Belmont Abbey College and to help Abbey students cultivate an attitude of charity, generosity, and gratitude. Our efforts are primarily directed toward those most in need—the poor, homeless, disabled, and marginalized—and much of our work is performed in cooperation with local human service providers like Habitat for Humanity, Catherine’s House, and Open Arms Ministry. Students are encouraged to propose their own creative ideas for addressing the needs of the local community and, working through Abbey Volunteers, to advertise and recruit fellow Abbey students. New opportunities to serve—either once or on an ongoing basis—will become available throughout the year.
Student Contact (Jobeth Dulin): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact ( Mr. Ford): patrickford
Accounting Honorary Society
The College Accounting Honorary Society was established in 1982. It is a scholastic and professional accounting society with membership open to students, faculty and alumni. Its objectives are to encourage and recognize scholastic and professional excellence in accounting, to promote the study and practice of accounting, to cultivate a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility and service, and to promote opportunities for association among members and practicing accountants.
Agora (Literary Magazine and Club)
Agora is the title of Belmont Abbey College’s student literary magazine, published yearly during spring semester. A call for submissions of poetry, short fiction, essays, graphic art, and photography goes out yearly to students and faculty, and a student board of editors decides what works will be published. Prizes are also awarded for the best submission in the categories of written work (poetry, stories, and essays) and art (graphic art, computer art, and photography).
Student Contact (Ally Hall): email@example.com
Advisor Contact (Dr. Munro): RebeccaMunro@bac.edu
The Art Club is a great opportunity to grow in your appreciation of all forms of art. Occasional art classes, meetings and special events will ensure that your love for art will only deepen with your involvement in this club.
The Belmont Abbey a Capella group is a group of students who learn to sing musical arrangements without any instruments . The purpose of the group is to bring joy through music to both the member of the group and the people of Belmont Abbey for whom they perform.
Ballroom Dancing Club
Have you always wanted to dance, but you don’t know how? Swing by and we’ll teach you. Ballroom Dancing Club meets every week to teach and practice. Dances taught include: Swing, Waltz, Tango, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, Salsa, and Viennese Waltz. In addition to weekly meetings, the club hosts a dance once a month and tries to do a fun new event each semester (past events include coordinating a flash-mob in the cafeteria ).
Executive Board (Joseph Katt, Maria Manjerrez, Mary Jacobeen)
Main Student Contact (Maria Manjerrez): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Kristin Hayes): email@example.com
Belmont Abbey Improv Troupe
What a great opportunity to brush up on your improv skills and learn some new ones! At least one improv show a month keeps the student body involved and on the edge of their seats. Workshops, exercises and regular meetings make sure that your improv skills are sharp and growing.
Benedictine Volunteer Corps
The monks of Belmont Abbey have joined the Benedictine Volunteer Corps program sponsored by St. John’s Abbey, Collegeville. The mission of the Volunteer Corps is to provide opportunities for students and/or alumni with six to eight months volunteer service at a Benedictine monastery while participating in the monastic life of that community and supporting its work. Click here for more information.
Contact Fr. Christopher Kirchgessner, OSB firstname.lastname@example.org
Beta Beta Beta
The Tau Upsilon Chapter of Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society, established in 1982, encourages scholarly attainment in biology through academic achievement, research, and dissemination of knowledge through public lectures, meetings, publications, and other activities.
Delta Epsilon Sigma
The Gamma Iota Chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society was established in 1959. Membership in this organization is an acknowledgment of scholastic achievement and a stimulus to further intellectual growth.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
The Campus Activities Board is a hard-working student organization committed to providing innovative and exciting programs for its students. CAB regularly sponsors social weekends, dances, comedians, musical performers, coffeehouse performances, lectures, and other special events.
Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society
Honor society for student athletes. Must be a junior or senior, varsity athlete and have a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or above.
Advisor Contact (Dr. Beeman): email@example.com
To promote republican values on campus through service, promotion and other initiatives.
Crusaders for Life
The Crusaders for Life is an educational, prayerful, and proactive student group working to promote the dignity of all human persons from conception to natural death. We strive to educate the Abbey community about the development of human life, to raise awareness about challenges to human dignity at all stages of life and across the world, to encourage pro-life changes in our community, and to equip students to inspire change in their own communities after graduation. We participate in the March For Life every year as well as various other community events.
Student Contact (Katya Zubov): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Mr. Ford): patrickford
The Crusader is the student newspaper of Belmont Abbey College. The newspaper welcomes all students, faculty and staff to submit an article for each issue.
Student Contact-Editor (Kaitlynn Brown): email@example.com
Advisor Contact (Dr. Benthall): firstname.lastname@example.org;
Faithful Daughters Household
Faithful Daughters Household is an organization of women who have the goal of creating a strong community of friendship centered around faith, fun and enriching activities. A household is a small Christ-centered group of students that realize the difficulty one can face in leaving behind their spiritual foundation and coming to college. It is sometimes difficult leaving your family and coming to school and to maintain your prayer and faith life on campus. Members of the households strive to support each other in growing spiritually, academically and emotionally.
Student Contact (Mary Jacobeen): email@example.com
Advisor Contact (Patrick Ford): firstname.lastname@example.org
The Green Team promotes recycling and green awareness for the purpose of a cleaner earth.
Student Contact (Joshua Brand): joshuarbrand
Advisor Contact (Sister Jane): email@example.com
The purpose of the International Club is to promote cultural awareness and live out the Benedictine charism of hospitality. We want to promote cultural awareness through educational and social events that demonstrate the rich diversity of our College community and the world in which we live. As a Benedictine institution, we strive to live out the charism of hospitality by welcoming and embracing the people from other countries and cultures of our world. In particular, we desire that Belmont Abbey College be recognized as an internationally-friendly campus, where all feel at home.
Student Contact (Anilu Tenorio Bernal): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Dr. Richards): email@example.com
Kappa Delta Pi
The Upsilon Eta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international educational honor society, was established in 1994. The society aims to promote excellence in education, maintain a high degree of professional fellowship, encourage professional growth, and honor achievement in educational work. Membership is open to honor students in undergraduate education who espouse worthy educational ideals, and have demonstrated commendable personal qualities and sound scholarship.
Promote an interest in mathematics on campus and provide opportunities for students to explore and enjoy mathematical events.
Student Contact (Gage Hillmann): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Dr. Brosnan): Stephenbrosnan@bac.edu
A household is a small Christ-centered group of students that realize the difficulty one can face in leaving behind their spiritual foundation and coming to college. It is sometimes difficult leaving your family and coming to school and to maintain your prayer and faith life on campus. Members of the households strive to support each other in growing spiritually, academically and emotionally.
Student Contact (Sean Trompeter): seanjtrompeter
Advisor Contact (Dr. Williams): email@example.com
To provide volunteer opportunities in and knowledge about the Motorsports Industry.
Student Contact (Sam Ulrich): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Dr. Chambers): email@example.com
Phi Sigma Tau
The Beta of North Carolina Chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the national honor society in philosophy, was established in 1979. Its aim is to promote debate of intellectual issues through discussion groups, annual lectures, and other activities. Membership is open to all students who have shown both interest and excellence in the study of philosophy.
Pi Mu Epsilon
The North Carolina Xi chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon was established in 2015. Pi Mu Epsilon is dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. Membership is open to faculty and students.
The Psychology club is an academic organization composed of psychology majors and other students interested in the discipline. The goal of the club is to increase understanding of the field, facilitate interaction among students and enrich students’ academic experiences at Belmont Abbey College.
Record of the Week Club
Record of the week club’s purpose is to broaden the musical horizons and to meet fellow students with an interest in learning the history, format, and culture behind music from the 1970’s onward.
Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) of Belmont Abbey College is comprised of a dynamic group of student-athletes who graciously volunteer their time, effort, and enthusiasm to a number of causes. A few of the SAAC activities include: building a sense of community within the athetics program involving all teams, soliciting student-athlete responses to proposed conference and NCAA legislation, promoting communication between athletic administration and student-athletes, and organizing community involvement efforts. The SAAC committee is an avid supporter of the “Make-A-Wish Foundation” and is near the top of the Conference Carolinas in the fundraising competition. In addition to its traditional activities, this year’s committee has established the energetic “Red Sea Club,” as well as the Student-Athlete of the Month recognition. The SAAC is in a sense, the student-athletes’ unified voice.
Student Contact (Reilly Johnson): firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor Contact (Coach Flaherty): JenniferFlaherty@bac.edu
Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA serves as a liaison between students and faculty and serves to assist the College community. Click here for full page
Student Contact (Sean Moriarty): email@example.com
Advisor Contact (Director Amanda Bambury ):AmandaBambury@bac.edu
The Abbey Players (Theatre Organization)
The Abbey Players produce six main stage shows during a season, relying on the talents of students, faculty, staff and members of the local community. For full page click here
Advisor Contact (Jill Bloede): firstname.lastname@example.org