CCSA Short-Term Application Process
Belmont Online Study Abroad Application Process: CCSA Short-Term Programs
The Belmont application is required for all Belmont students who wish to participate in a study abroad program. Students participating on a program with CCSA, a study abroad consortium of which Belmont is the host institution, will also need to complete an application process for that program on their website, www.ccsa.cc. You may complete these applications concurrently if you wish.
**Belmont students are not eligible to apply for CCSA winter programs due to the start date of Belmont’s spring semester.**
Online Material Submissions
Application Form: Complete the online CCSA Short-term Application Form
Statement of Agreement: This is your acknowledgement of awareness of Belmont study abroad policies and procedures. Review the CCSA Statement of Agreement, sign electronically and submit online.
Belmont only requires one recommendation from a Belmont faculty member who has taught you recently. You will need to email your professor the following link after you have confirmed that they would be willing to provide you with a recommendation: recommendation form. Your professor can submit the recommendation online.
For tips on requesting a recommendation, please see this handout.
Application Fee or Program Deposit
For Short-term Programs:
- An application fee of $300 ($200 if paid by the early application deadline) must be paid online, directly to CCSA or via check made out to CCSA at time of application. This deposit will be applied to the total cost of the program fee. CCSA is located at 1521 Bernard Avenue on Belmont’s campus.
Application Review & Acceptance
Upon review and completion of academic, financial and disciplinary clearances by the Office of Study Abroad (OSA) you will receive an email of your acceptance or denial for your study abroad program. This email will contain two signature documents that you must print and return to our office prior to departure.
- Student Participation Agreement
- Disclosure and Release Form
Students whose application raises questions will be asked to come in for a meeting with the OSA.