Now that you’re committed to attending the Abbey, complete these steps to start connecting with your future community. Complete these steps before coming to campus.
Incoming students must complete a registration questionnaire for class placement. After you submit your deposit you will receive this questionnaire via email.
Final High School and/or College Transcript
After high school graduation or completion of your current semester of college, ask your school to send a copy of your official academic transcript. Send transcripts to: Belmont Abbey College Office of Admissions 100 Belmont Mt Holly Rd Belmont, NC 28012
Students must complete medical forms regarding immunizations received and other conditions prior to move-in. Download the documents necessary before move-in for on-campus students:
Student Medical History »
Physical Examination Form »
Immunization Form »
Further resources for parents including forms for keeping track of immunizations are provided on this North Carolina State government website.
Each student must have medical insurance, either through a private insurance company plan or the insurance package offered through the College. Information regarding the school’s medical insurance with information on how to waive the insurance will be sent during the summer months from Student Financial Services. Click here to find a brochure with coverage information, waiver form if you choose not to keep the school’s insurance and a claim form.
All students are billed every year on their fall tuition bill for the school health insurance. There will be a charge of $390.00 on your fall bill. To waive the school insurance click here.
All international students are required to keep the school-offered medical insurance.
For non-international students, in order to waive the school insurance, you will need to complete an on-line waiver each year and show evidence of coverage by a private policy. You will be required to submit proof of insurance according to the directions from Student Financial Services. You are also agreeing to the financial commitment should your private insurance not cover services in this area.
Tuition insurance is billed every year on the fall tuition bill for both residential and commuter students. Information regarding the school’s medical insurance with information on how to waive the insurance will be sent during the summer months from Student Financial Services.
To waive your tuition insurance: Dewar Tuition Insurance Waiver »
Information about student tuition payments is available on the Business Office’s “Payment Plan” page.
Payment Plan »