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List of Programs

Belmont in Africa
Launched in 2007 in Botswana and South Africa, with a variety of study-abroad and discipline-specific Christian community development opportunities available in coming years.

Magdalene House and Room in the Inn
On Wedgewood & 15th St., Room in the Inn has “graduate housing” for those who have completed their 2-year Odyssey program. On Compton Ave., Magdalene House has meeting and office space.

Belmont Service Year
A Christian community of young alumni living in a Belmont-owned house on 15th St. and serving the poor in the Edgehill community and beyond.

Children’s Defense Fund
Belmont is working with CDF through its Haley Farm center in east Tennessee. CDF is the largest child advocacy organization in America. Belmont has the chance to assist with Freedom Schools each summer and - along with Yale and the University of Pennsylvania - offer summer classes through Haley Farm in Tennessee.

Christian Women’s Job Corps
Belmont inaugurated Woman to Woman, an opportunity for any female Belmont female faculty or staff member to mentor one of the 70 women on the waiting list of the CWJC.

Faculty/Staff-led Small Groups
For students on topics from St. John of the Cross to Singleness 101.

Into Nashville 
A monthly Saturday opportunity for students to serve the poor

Lilly Fellows Program
This Humanities & Arts program seeks to renew and enhance the connections between Christianity and academic vocation at church-related colleges & universities

Massey School of Business
Continues its award-winning development work for Thistle Farms of Magdalene House, a ministry to former prostitutes. The latest project is the creation of job opportunities for Room in the Inn, which serves the homeless.

Mission trips
Domestic and international trips take place over fall, Christmas, spring, Easter and summer breaks.

Missionary-in-Residence Program
Tom and Bonnie Hearon of Brazil and Italy work with “Third Culture Kids” and Baptist Campus Ministries. 

Nashville Non-Violence Coalition
Formed by Belmont to bring together urban pastors and community leaders to address the rising homicide rate in Nashville.

Spiritual Life Assistants
SLA's in freshmen residence areas to expand Bible study, worship, and Christian service opportunities. 

Theatre and Dance Department
Students intern at Rejoice! Ministries, a dance studio in East Nashville that serves poor children in that community.

Volunteer Campus Minister
Rev. Roosevelt Walker, pastor of Faith United Baptist Church, has joined the Community of Campus Ministers and created a faith development organization, CRAVE, that serves primarily African-American students.