Academic Affairs



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Office of Academic Affairs


Office of Academic Affairs
Stowe Hall
704.461.6727 (fax)

The mission of the Office of Academic Affairs is to support and enhance teaching and learning at Belmont Abbey College, as a distinctly Catholic, Benedictine undergraduate liberal arts institution.

We are committed to our mission through the continuous support of our Faculty in their teaching, professional activities, and service to the community, as well as through constant efforts to place and maintain academics at the heart of strategic and budgetary planning of the College.

Finally, we recognize and seek to strengthen even further the important role played by the administrative departments that support the academic program, including the Academic Resource Center (ARC), the Center for Continuing & Professional Studies (23+), the Library, the Office of the Registrar, and Career Services & Internships.

Dr. Linda Delene

Meet Our Staff

Dr. Linda Delene

Kathy Shaw

Kathy Shaw
Assistant to the Provost

David Williams

Dr. David Williams
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

Dr. Joseph Wysocki
Assistant Vice Provost

Karen Price

Karen Price
Vice Provost for Assessment, Research and Accreditation

Sharon Johns
Faculty Coordinator

The Abbey Difference: Our Faculty

Experience the Belmont Abbey College difference by watching these intimate interviews with some of our best faculty.

Faculty Profiles »

Applying at Belmont Abbey College

Office of Admissions
100 Belmont-Mt. Holly Rd.
Belmont, NC 28012
Phone: 704-461-6665
Fax: 704-461-6220
Toll Free: 1-888-222-0110

Resources for Guidance Counselors

Welcome to the Guidance Counselor Resource Page. We have prepared some resources for you to use as you assist your students through the college search process. Thank you for taking the time to visit Belmont Abbey College! We welcome campus visits from counselors and school groups. Feel free to call the Admissions Office to schedule a visit at 704-461-6665.

Important Codes

SAT Code: 505
ACT Code: 3070
FAFSA Code: 002910

How to Apply

We use the CFNC (College Foundation of North Carolina) application. It is FREE and Online. We do not require an essay to initially submit the application. Therefore, it is less of a burden on the student. We are on rolling admission.

Tuition Reset

For the 2013-2014 Academic Year, Belmont Abbey’s Board of Trustees and Administration honored a tuition reset to burst the college tuition bubble and make private, liberal arts education more affordable to students. We are happy to honor this tuition reset and freeze tuition through the 2014-2015 school year.

More Information »

Meet Our Staff

Martin C. Aucoin ‘13
Dean of Admissions

Brenna Burke
Assistant Director of Admissions

Megan Walden
Admissions Counselor

About the Registrar

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 Registrar Crusader 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
Assistant Registrar

Spring 2020 Registration

Spring 2020 registration for seniors will begin on November 5th, for juniors on November 6th, for sophomores on November 7th, and for freshmen on November 8th.

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:

  • Registration Stops: All 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 on their account, so if you encounter a hold you should work to clear it up prior to registration.
  • 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 (Crusader Success Hub) and on Self-Service under “Registrar’s Office Forms.”
  • 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.

Student Payments

Student tuition payments may be made online or by cash, check or credit card. Credit card convenience fees apply; please see your options below or contact the business office for details.


Business Office 
100 Belmont-Mt. Holly Rd.
Belmont, NC 28012
Telephone: 704.461.7000
Fax: 704.461.6788


Sherry Stegal
Student Financial Services Representative

Vicki Brown
Manager of Student Accounts

In an effort to provide a greater degree of service for students, Belmont Abbey College has implemented a platform for making payments online, called CASHNet. CASHNet complies with all applicable federal, state, and banking regulations and is FERPA compliant.
*Must log into Self Service to access Cashnet.

For a brief overview of all payment options see the videos below

Traditional students:

Center for Continuing & Professional Studies Students:

Online Payment FAQs

What does this mean for me?
Students will now have the flexibility to make payments online on their own schedule without having to wait for a student representative. Furthermore, students will be able to grant parents or guardians the ability to make payments directly to the school on their behalf.

How does this work?
Students can access this payment service directly from their self-service account, after reviewing their account details. Once selected you will be transferred to a secured site, where you can make payments on your outstanding balance or select specific charges to make payments on, such as returning student deposits or graduation fees. You will be able to make payments via ECheck* or credit/debit card. There is a 2.75% merchant service fee for credit/debit card charges.

* EChecks are a similar to writing a check. You will need your bank account number and routing transit number (located at the bottom of your check).

How can I get more information?
Contact billing for any questions at

Belmont Abbey College
Attn: Student Financial Services
100 Belmont-Mt. Holly Road
Belmont, NC 28012
Students may make tuition payments online via CASHNet. For more information about this program, please click here.
*Must log into Self Service to access Ca