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Be Belmont Day

  • Belmont's Procedures Surrounding COVID-19

Join Future Bruins at #BeBelmont Day!

What is Be Belmont Day?

Be Belmont Day is a special event fall 2021 admitted students and their families. This year, we are offering four opportunities for families to visit.  You will choose one date and time to register from the options listed below.


How do I register?

Step 1:  You will register for Be Belmont Day based on the college that your academic major is housed in.  Click here to determine what college your major is located in.  Undecided on a major?  That's what Be Belmont Day is all about!  Choose a major that you are interested in learning more about.  Still unsure which college to register for?  Email Amanda Bloom with questions.

Step 2:  Choose one date and time to attend from the options below.  Expand the drop down that corresponds with the date and time you wish to visit.  Select the academic college you determined in Step 1.  You'll be directed to the Be Belmont Day's registration page.  Click the blue register button, and you will be prompted to login to your BU4U account (the account you used to apply to the university).  Please note if you do not see the blue register button, the event has reached capacity for that date.

 

Pending COVID-19 regulations, the events may shift to a virtual format.  Registrants will be notified via email and text should plans change.  Please stay flexible.

 


Bruin Recruiters at Be Belmont Day

Be Inspired, Be Engaged, Be Belmont

Whether you’ve made the decision to attend Belmont or are still deciding, this unique event is for you. Even if you have already visited us in-person, this is the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about:

  • Orientation Process and Student Life
  • Life on Campus
  • Academic Opportunities
  • Spiritual Life
  • Study Abroad
  • And more!

 

Nashville Sights

 

Experience Nashville

There is only one Music City. Nashville continues its emergence as a cultural, artistic, and entertainment-rich destination, filled with unique music and event venues, a myriad of art galleries, plantation homes, botanical gardens and greenways, honky tonks, professional sports and award-winning dining.

Nashville has a host of unique attractions, including the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Grand Ole Opry, Cheekwood, The Hermitage, Ryman Auditorium, and more.  Explore Nashville’s neighborhoods filled with unique shopping and dining options, and check out Nashville’s diverse music scene at one of more than 150 music venues around town.