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Accomplishments

In May 2017, the first group of scholars graduated from Belmont.

For the 2017 graduation activities, a Bridges Scholar was a speaker at both Baccalaureate and Commencement.

Shirley Kyere, one of the recent Bridges to Belmont graduates was chosen to be one of the Board of Trustees Regents.

On average 15-20 percent of Bridges Scholars make the Dean's List every semester.

Bridges scholars are involved all over campus. Here are a few of the organizations & initiatives that they are involved in:

  • BSA
  • 629 Dance Club
  • Belmont Ambassadors
  • Study Abroad
  • PRSSA
  • Intramurals
  • DECA
  • Debate Team
  • Greek Life
  • Bruin Poetry Den

Campus & Community Outreach

Since 2013, Bridges Scholars have consistently completed more than 500 hours of community service during the summer months.

Each year Bridges to Belmont collaborates with the Lila D. Bunch Library staff and hosts a local MNPS school for "Lila Loves Books", which is an event in celebration of Read Across America Day.

Since 2015, Bridges Scholars have actively participated in the Meharry Medical College BS to MD program.

Bridges to Belmont, in collaboration with Belmont's Office of Community Outreach and the South Nashville CDC, have launched "ACT On IT", which is a year-long, holistic college immersion & ACT prep initiative.