Belmont Abbey College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate and master’s degrees. Questions about the accreditation of Belmont Abbey College may be directed in writing to the SACSCOC at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC’s website (www.sacscoc.org).
Our degrees are accepted by graduate and professional schools, and the school is designated by the state-approving agency as an institution qualified to offer training to veterans.
In the event that an individual believes that an unresolved issue exists with regard to Belmont Abbey College’s accreditation compliance, that individual may submit a formal written complaint to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
In accordance with the policies of the Commission, contact should only be initiated for the following reasons:
- To learn more about the accreditation status of the university.
- To file a third-party comment at the time of the institution’s decennial review.
- To file a complaint against the institution for alleged non-compliance with a standard or requirement.
Our Mission and Vision in Action
In keeping with the Abbey’s vision to embrace and instill the habit of excellence and virtue in all that we do and in support of the Benedictine Hallmarks, we publish student achievement goals and outcomes that we set for ourselves and for our students.
Accounting (CIP code – 52.0301)
Biochem (CIP code – 26.0202)
Biology (CIP code – 26.0101)
Business Management (CIP code – 52.0201)
Criminal Justice (CIP code – 43.0104)
Economics (CIP code – 45.0601)
Educational Studies (CIP code – 13.0101)
Elementary Education (CIP code – 13.1202)
English (CIP code – 23.0101)
Finance (CIP code – 52.0801)
Government & Political Philosophy (CIP code – 45.1002)
Health Information Management (CIP code – 51.0706)
History (CIP code – 54.0101)
Interdisciplinary Studies (CIP code – 24.0101)
Marketing (CIP code – 52.1401)
Mathematics (CIP code – 27.0101)
Motorsport Management (CIP code – 31.0301)
Nursing (CIP code – 51.3801)
Parish and Pastoral Ministries (CIP code – 39.0601)
Philosophy (CIP code – 38.0101)
Politics Philosophy and Economics (CIP code – 45.1002)
Psychology (CIP code – 42.0101)
Sport Management (CIP code – 31.0504)
Supply Chain Management (CIP code – 52.0203)
Theology (CIP code – 39.0601)
Theology and Philosophy (CIP code – 39.0601)
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Out-of-State Student Complaint Process for Distance Education Courses and Programs
Belmont Abbey College strives to provide a dynamic learning environment supported by sound policies, curricula, instruction, and support services. In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, institutions offering distance education courses or programs must provide current and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with the college, accrediting agency, and state agencies that handle complaints in the students’ states of residence.
Quality Enhancement Plan: Financial Literacy (Money the Abbey Way)
Your beliefs about money, and the decisions you make about money, are intimately related to what it means to live a good life and to lead a life of integrity, to succeed professionally, to become a responsible citizen, and to be a blessing to yourself and others (as it says in the College’s mission statement). The College recognizes that financial literacy has a significant lasting impact on you and your loved ones during your time here and well into the future. on not only your life during your time as a student but well into your future.