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Lily Scott
Admissions Counselor

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We are delighted that you are considering Belmont in your college search process! Belmont University is a Christ-centered, student-focused community dedicated to providing opportunities to prepare you for the future. While we know the transition for a college-bound homeschool student can seem overwhelming, our admissions team is prepared to assist you every step of the way as you apply, consider possible majors, and explore what the University has to offer.

Why Belmont

Small Class Sizes
A 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio means a better and more personalized academic experience for our students. 90% of Belmont classes have fewer than 30 students.

Faith at the Center
As a Christ-centered institution, our Christian identity is central to who we are. It’s woven into the overall campus culture, from service and missions opportunities to student organizations and of course curriculum.

Active Campus Community
You’ll meet and engage with students from all backgrounds across more than 180+ student organizations and clubs.

Experience Music City
Our campus is located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, so you get to experience the small town charm with big city possibilities as a student.


Application Checklist

Homeschool students have the same undergraduate application process with a personal recommendation in lieu of a school counselor letter.

  • Submit an Application for Admission
  • Submit Official Transcripts
  • Submit Test Score
  • Submit Personal Letter of Recommendation


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to submit coursework?
  • Are there high school course requirements?
  • How can I see how dual enrollment credits might transfer?
  • Am I eligible for merit scholarships?
  • How can I be considered for need-based aid?
  • How can I visit Belmont?
  • Is there additional information for parents?
  • Any additional questions?