Why Belmont College?
Belmont College offers instruction in a wide variety of career fields. Students
are treated as individuals with interactive, hands-on learning techniques that foster
partnerships with College faculty and staff members and encourage success on and
serve the multiple needs of area citizens, Belmont offers more than 30
applied associate degrees and 11
certificate programs. In addition, the
Workforce and Economic Development Department offers classes for
those seeking a specific skill-set without the extended time commitment of completing
a degree or certificate.
The College’s expanded comprehensive community college mission and the increased
interest in its
Associate of Arts (AA) and
Associate of Science (AS) transfer degrees have led to the seamless
transfer of students to four-year institutions. Transfer degrees are designed to
promote students’ success in completing general education requirements and
core curriculum course work at Belmont. Completion of AA and AS degrees allow students
to transfer to the four-year colleges of their choice with junior-year standing
while saving thousands of dollars along the way!
Belmont College offers a comprehensive array of credit and non-credit programming
at the Main Campus in St. Clairsville.
The College also has locations in Cadiz
and Woodsfield, Ohio.
Belmont has offered classes in Monroe County at the Swiss Hills Career Center for
many years, and offerings there are being expanded. Educational opportunities
are now also being offered at Belmont’s Monroe County Center located in the
Black Walnut Center in Woodsfield, Ohio.