Belmont University Center
- Career Development Center
- Center for Business Ethics
- Center for Entrepreneurship
- Center for Entertainment Industry Entrepreneurship Education
The Center for Entertainment Industry Entrepreneurship Education provides entrepreneurial educational opportunities focused specifically to the needs of the music and entertainment industry through classes, seminars, new releases, industry functions, gatherings, and networking opportunities.
- Center for Executive Education
The Center for Executive Education provides opportunities to pursue personal and professional development through classes offered to the general business community as well as customized programs delivered within individual companies.
- Moench Center
Offering conferences, seminars, consultation, research, support, and an integrated curriculum of workbook courses called SKILLTRACK. All are thoughtfully designed and biblically based to provide professional, educational, and developmental opportunities that help create a more effective ministry.
- Teaching Center
The Teaching Center program supports teaching and learning at Belmont. Based on the belief that teaching is a craft requiring much effort and reflection, Belmont University's Teaching Center provides numerous resources and services for faculty. These resources and services include grant programs to support teaching innovations and travel to conferences; workshops, luncheon discussions, midcourse evaluations, individual consultations, faculty discussion groups; initiatives in community-based and service-learning, peer tutoring, and instructional technology; maintaining a resource library and the Frist Instructional Technology Lab.
- Thomas and Dorothy Frist Center
The vision of The Frist Center is to be a premier learning center that enhances the quality of life for senior adults and further develops the senior living profession.
- University College
University College provides opportunities to pursue education based on individualized goals and flexible time schedules through degree-granting programs, continuing education experiences, and professional development programs. University College has three divisions: the Office of Adult Degree Programs, the Distance Education Network, and the Office of Continuing Studies.