Even though Belmont Abbey College accepts applications at any time, there are still several deadlines of which you should be aware.
Our competitive scholarship opportunities have application deadlines, please refer to the individual scholarship applications for specific information. They are located on our Premier Scholarship Page.
The deposit deadline is May 1st, but we encourage students to deposit no later than April to reserve their spot in our incoming class, and to register for an ideal class schedule.
- An application filled out by the applicant
- An official secondary school transcript showing academic achievement and rank in class
- A final high school transcript showing proof of graduation prior to the first day of class
- Scores for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for all applicants whose native language is not English must be at least a 550
- A score from either the College Entrance Examination Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Testing Program (ACT). The minimum SAT (or converted ACT score) must be a combined critical reading and math score of 850. If an applicant submits a transcript with an unweighted GPA equal to or greater than 3.0, the test requirement is waived. However, students that submit a test score will have a greater advantage for scholarship opportunities.
Additionally, the following high school academic units are required for admissions into the College:
- English: 4 units
- Foreign Language: 2 units
- Social Science (including History:) 2 units
- Science: 2 units
- Mathematics: 3 units
- Additional academic units: 3 units
Total units required: 16