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Belmont Abbey College


About Belmont Abbey College
General Information
Academic Programs
Admission Requirements
Majors and Degree Programs
Tuition and Fees

About Belmont Abbey College

The mission of Belmont Abbey College is to educate undergraduate students from diverse religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds in the liberal arts tradition as guided by the Catholic intellectual heritage and inspired by the 1500-year-old Benedictine monastic tradition. This heritage is sustained through fidelity to the Christian message as it comes to us through the Church. Such an education provides knowledge of traditional Judeo-Christian moral principles, and prepares students for responsible citizenship and a successful career. The College also provides preparation in professional studies to enable its students to face successfully the challenges of a changing society, and equip them in directing their own learning, throughout a lifetime. In addition, the College provides quality undergraduate programs for which there is a demand in the local areas served by the College. In keeping with its Benedictine spirit, the College also provides the local community with educational, religious, artistic and cultural benefits through its tradition of literature, theater, distinguished speakers, scholarly research, library access, athletic events and other outreach services.

Also Known As:

BAC

General Information

Address

100 Belmont-Mt Holly Road
Belmont, North Carolina 28012-1802
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Phone Numbers

General Info: (704) 825-6700
Financial Aid Office: (704) 825-6718
Addmissions Office: (704) 825-6665

Type of College

Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above

Website

www.belmontabbeycollege.edu


Academic Programs

Special Learning Opportunities (ROTC, Teacher Certification, Distance Learning, Study abroad, Weekend Evening)
Student Services (Counseling service, employment services, placement services, day care)
Credit Accepted (Dual credit, AP credits):
Dual Credit
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Federal Aid:
Undergraduate Student Age:

Admission Requirements

Open admissions policy: No
Undergraduate application fee: 35
Number of applicants: 1336
Percent admitted: 66.3922
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Recommended
Secondary School Record: Required
Completion of college-preparatory program: Recommended
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT): Required
Percent of Students submitting SAT scores: 86%
Percent of Students submitting ACT scores: 21%
SAT Critical Reading 25th Percentile: 450
SAT Critical Reading 75th Percentile: 560
SAT Math 25th Percentile: 450
SAT Math 75th Percentile: 570
ACT Composite 25th Percentile: 18
ACT Composite 75th Percentile: 26



Majors and Degree Programs

MajorCert.AwardAssoc.Bach.MastersPost
Accounting X
Biology/Biological Sciences, General X
Business Administration/Management X
Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services, X
Computer & Information Sciences, General X
Economics, General X
Education, General X
Elementary Education & Teaching X
English Language & Literature, General X
History, General X
International Business/Trade/Commerce X
Liberal Arts & Sciences/Liberal Studies X
Philosophy X
Political Science & Government, General X
Psychology, General X
Sociology X
Theology/Theological Studies X
Therapeutic Recreation/Recreational Therapy X
Transportation/Transportation Management (New) X

Tuition and Fees

In-state: $17728.00
Out-of-state: $17728.00
Books and supplies: $900.00
Total Expense In State On Campus: $31758.00
Total Expense In State Off Campus: $18628.00
Total Expense In State Off Campus with Family: $18628.00
Total Expense Out of State On Campus: $31758.00
Total Expense Out of State Off Campus: $18628.00
Total Expense Out of State Off Campus with Family: $18628.00


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