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Prospective Students take a tour of Belmont's campus

Weekday Campus Visit

In-person visits resumed on June 15, 2020. In response to the COVID-19 crisis and out of an abundance of caution and care, Belmont University is providing the following guidelines for our guests on campus. 


Belmont’s Procedures Surrounding COVID-19 

We understand our visitors are concerned about safety, and we want everyone that visits our campus to be assured that we are taking your concerns and the well-being of our Belmont community seriously. Below outlines what we are asking of you.

  • We ask that visitors bring their own face mask and wear it while on campus. All Belmont employees will be wearing masks.
  • We are enforcing social distancing.  Everyone on campus should maintain a distance of six feet apart. All spaces on campus have been evaluated and adjusted as necessary to maintain proper social distancing.
  • Several sanitation stations are located on campus and frequent handwashing will be encouraged. The University is also enhancing cleaning protocols.
  • If you feel sick or have a temperature above 100.4, please stay home, and reschedule your campus visit.
  • Please be aware of COVID-19 symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and loss of taste or smell. Do not visit campus if you or someone traveling with you are exhibiting any of these symptoms.


Why Visit Belmont?

To truly experience our campus, you've just got to see it in person.  Belmont University is open for campus visits Monday through Friday, with the exception of University Holidays.  Come spend a day with us, attend an admissions information session, take a tour of the campus, learn more about your academic area of interest and enjoy lunch on campus. If you are unable to visit us during the week, Preview Days are held on four select Saturdays during the year. We think you'll love this place!

Schedule Your Visit

Ready to discover Belmont in person? Information about Belmont's weekday campus visit program can be found below.

To schedule a campus visit as a prospective undergraduate student, you will need to either log in to your existing BU4U account or create an account. After you have logged into your BU4U account, click the Visit Us tab located in the top right corner of the webpage to search and select the date you would like to visit Belmont. Once registered, you will be sent an email with your customized itinerary and instructions regarding your campus visit.

Belmont is limiting the number of guests on campus based on COVID-19 restrictions.  Please note that if the day you wish to register is no longer listed, it has reached capacity.


Campus Visit Opportunities 

Admissions Information Session and Campus Tours
Please join the Office of Admissions for a combined information session and campus tour offered each weekday at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm for prospective freshmen.  An information session and campus tour is available each weekday at 9:00 am for prospective transfer students.  The information sessions are led by an Admissions Counselor who will cover general information about the university and its program offerings, as well as the admissions and financial aid process. The tours are led by current students who can't wait to share with you why the love Belmont! 
Residence Hall Tour
Each weekday at 12:15 pm, guests have the opportunity to learn about Belmont's residence halls from one of our Residence Directors. Following a brief presentation, you will be led through two freshman residence halls.  Please note that our general campus tours do not include an opportunity to view a residence hall.

Academic Information Sessions

During your campus visit, we strongly encourage you to learn more about your academic area of interest.  Eleven different colleges and departments are available each weekday at 11:00 am.  Prior to registering for your visit, be sure to view Belmont's list of majors to find out which academic session will be best for you to attend. 

College of Business (website)
College of Entertainment & Music Business (website)
College of Liberal Arts &Social Sciences (website)
College of Science & Mathematics, including Pre-Health (website)
College of Theology & Christian Ministry (website)
O'More College of Architecture, Art & Design (website)
Global Leadership Studies (website)
Legal Studies 
Nursing, Public Health and Social Work Majors (website)
School of Music (website)
Theatre and Dance Department (website)
*Please note that these sessions are all subject to change.

Belmont University is committed to providing support for prospective students with disabilities.  If you need accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the Office of Admissions in advance so we can respond to your request in a timely manner.