Requirements for Students
All students must earn a specified number of credits by participating in programs in various categories. Traditional undergraduate students gain credits by attending approved programs that are listed on the official Convocation schedule online. The student's Belmont ID is scanned at the program and then electronically transferred into a database that contains an individual student record that holds each student's credits. Community Service credit is obtained by completing a form that indicates the nature of the service performed and a contact such as a supervisor that may be called for verification. Students who are enrolled in the University College program for non-traditional students may choose the portfolio method that allows them to also gain credits for programs offered outside of the university's approved schedule of programs.
What are my requirements?
Requirements are based on the catalog under which the student graduates and the number of academic hours transferred to Belmont. Specific requirements are as follows:
Freshmen (0-29 transfer hours)Category Minimum Christian Faith Development 10 Culture & Arts 10 Academic Lectures 10 Community Services 10 Electives 10 TOTAL 60
Sophomore (30-59 transfer hours)Category Minimum Christian Faith Development 8 Culture & Arts 8 Academic Lectures 8 Community Services 8 Electives 8 TOTAL 48
Junior (60-89 transfer hours)Category Minimum Christian Faith Development 5 Culture & Arts 5 Academic Lectures 5 Community Services 5 Electives 5 TOTAL 30
Senior (90 or above transfer hours)Category Minimum Christian Faith Development 3 Culture & Arts 3 Academic Lectures 3 Community Services 3 Electives 3 TOTAL 18 For any Convocation related questions, contact the Office of Student Activities at 615.460.6407 615.460.6407 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.