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Step one: Submit Your Application

The first step is to submit your free online application. An essay is not required for initial submission. You will be prompted to create a CFNC (College Foundation of North Carolina) account. This is a free account and it allows you to work on your application over time.

Step two: Submit Your Transcripts

Submit your original high school diploma, certificate or transcript for the last four years of high school to the service listed to be evaluated by World Education Services (WES).

If you are a transferring from a College or University in the United States request official transcripts be sent to:

Belmont Abbey College
Office of Admissions
100 Belmont-Mt.Holly Road
Belmont, NC 28012

Belmont Abbey College accepts official transcripts submitted electronically through services like Naviance, Parchment, and National Student Clearinghouse.

Step three: Submit Your Test Scores

Applicants should submit either SAT or  ACT scores. If English is not your native language, please also take the TOEFL.

Step four: International Student Application Packet

Please complete the following International Student Application Packet. It must accompany the official bank letter.

***We cannot process your application for your I-20 without all of this documentation.

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Belmont Abbey Student, Declan

“Belmont Abbey has helped me become more grounded while giving me the confidence and the ability to further pursue my goals in life. I have met a lot of great people with different back rounds including the professors and coaches, who have all taught me how to be gracious and respectful towards others.”

Declan McQuillan ’16
From: Kilkenny, Ireland
Sports Management Major, Men’s Soccer Team

Belmont Abbey Student, Candy

“Travelling to the United States for the first time from a tourist destination island in the Caribbean only 18 miles long and 11miles wide was the biggest change I ever made in my life. Here at the Abbey I went from knowing no one to now feeling loved and cherished by many here at the Abbey.  Belmont Abbey allowed me to grow and mature mentally and spiritually in a way that I would have never imagined. I appreciate the treatment that the international student staff has shown me from day one, they make sure that I have everything that I need.  It is the place for international students who want a good education in a Christian environment, the small classroom size is just what I need to receive individualized attention from my professors. I am blessed with my Abbey family and   I can truly say that Belmont Abbey College is my home away from home.”

Cadella “Candy” Ferdinand ’16
From: Kingstown, St. Vincent, & the Grenadines
Motorsports Management & Business Management Major,
Minor in International Studies,
Altar Serving Ministry, Abbey Ambassador, International Club