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Prospective Students

Prospective students, freshman and transfer applicants, should contact their admissions counselor with questions regarding transfer credits, dual enrollment, transfer evaluations and alternative credit programs. Students may view common transfer courses at Tennessee Community Colleges. Refer to the academic policies section of the current academic catalog to read the transfer credit policy, which is effective June 1 until May 31 of the academic year.

An official transfer evaluation is provided to the student upon admission into Belmont University and completion of the enrollment confirmation form with a deposit.

Transfer Policy for International Credits:
All applicants with college level coursework from a foreign institution must have their transcripts evaluated by an approved foreign credential evaluation organization, such as World Education Services (WES) or Joseph Silny and Associates or an evaluation service currently listed as a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Other evaluation services will not be accepted.

An official transcript must be sent directly to attention of the Office of Admissions at Belmont from the home institution or testing service that offered the courses. Please note that faxed transcripts will not be accepted as official.

Outside exams (e.g. AP, IB, CLEP, etc.) will not be taken off a high school or college/university’s transcript.

Students must order an original transcript with scores from the applicable testing service and have it sent to the Office of Admissions. “Transfer” courses listed on a transcript will not be taken off another college / university’s transcript.