Alum Thomas Yoder Propels Career Forward

As a student at Belmont Abbey, Alum Thomas Yoder ‘18 majored in Mathematics and was the starting catcher for the baseball team.  Thomas was known for actively participating in

Second Sunday of Advent


The traditional hymn, “On Jordan’s Bank” features the familiar figure if John the Baptist, the voice crying out in

Reflections from Milan

From study abroad student Lindsey Osmera as she concludes her semester:

Ciao from Milan, Italy!

The Abbey has truly blessed its students with the opportunity to study

Giving Tuesday Supports Abbey Athletics

The Belmont Abbey Department of Athletics is happy to participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day of impact that will be held on November 27.

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Ed Antosek ’68

The Abbey Family Says Goodbye to Alumni & Friend Ed Antosek ’68

On Friday, November 9, the Abbey said goodbye to a beloved alumnus, scholar, patriot, brother, and

Crossroads Fall 2018

How Coach Keating Integrates Excellence and Virtue into His Team

The ‘Excellence and Virtue’ signs around Belmont Abbey’s campus are not just for decoration, they embody the characteristics and mindset that all Abbey students and faculty possess.

MiraVia Recognizes Belmont Abbey Tennis Coach for Outstanding Service

Belmont, N.C. (October 23, 2018) — Belmont Abbey College announced its Associate Head Coach for Women’s Tennis Emily Raines received MiraVia’s Outstanding Service Award. MiraVia presented Coach

26th Annual National Conference of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists to be hosted at Belmont Abbey

We are pleased to announce that Belmont Abbey College will be hosting the 26th Annual National Conference of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Friday, October 26 and Saturday,

Fall Brings Belmont Abbey College Recognition by U.S. News & World Report

Once again U.S. News & World Report has recognized Belmont Abbey College as one of the top Liberal Arts colleges in the South Region. In addition, the publication recognized

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