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
Request official transcripts from high schools and all other institutions attended 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 (Optional)
Transfer credits for courses taken at colleges and universities that are recognized as accrediting bodies by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and the U.S. Department of Education (USDE), in which a grade of “C” or better has been earned, are generally accepted. Belmont Abbey College will accept a maximum of sixty (60) credit (semester) hours from a community college. However, Belmont Abbey College will transfer a maximum of sixty-four (64) credit (semester) hours for students who graduate under the North Carolina Community College articulation agreement and receive an AA degree. Credit hours, not grade points, are transferred.
International Transfer Credit
International transfer credit is awarded for appropriate academic credit earned. All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by Education Evaluators International, Inc. or another approved transcript evaluation agency prior to submission to Belmont Abbey College.
Advanced Placement and CLEP
Belmont Abbey College will consider for advanced standing students of superior ability who have taken the Advanced Placement Tests of the College Entrance Examination Board and have scored 3 or higher. By this examination, a student may meet the requirements of some college courses, with credit. In addition, the college accepts College Level Examination Program (C.L.E.P.) general and subject area credit for scores at or above the 50th percentile. Credit is awarded only for courses in the College’s current curriculum. A maximum of thirty (30) academic credits will be offered for advanced placement and college-level learning acquired in non-traditional settings.
Belmont Abbey College participates in the comprehensive articulation agreement with the North Carolina University Community College System. Belmont Abbey College will transfer a maximum of sixty-four (64) credit (semester) hours for students who graduate under the North Carolina Community College articulation agreement and receive an AA degree. Credit hours, not grade points, are transferred.
Belmont Abbey College is a member of the GreaterCharlotte Consortium, a cooperative venture that includes 7 colleges and universities in the greater Charlotte area. The free exchange of library facilities and transfer credits multiplies educational opportunities for all members, which include Belmont Abbey College, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Central Piedmont Community College, Winthrop University, Queens University of Charlotte, Johnson & Wales University—Charlotte, NC Campus, Pfeiffer University. Students wishing to apply should see the Registrar or visit their website.
“As I’ve got involved, I realized I’m developing spiritually as an individual. Most colleges don’t cater to the spiritual needs of their students but here I knowI’m developing as a whole person mind, body, and spirit.”
Vincent Ginski ’17
Honors, SGA President
“I’ve learned how to be a better person and how I can help the world after I graduate. I feel like I know a little about everything through the core classes I’ve taken. Belmont Abbey has changed me.”
Cierra Skyers ’17
Education Major, Soccer
“What I love most about the Abbey is the faith community behind everything. The grace and love of God is present here through the people and mission of the school. I’ve learned the true meaning of a healthy mind, body, and soul and how to balance everything in life.”
Krista Jasso ’18