Belmont College

New Student FAQ

How does a student register for classes at Belmont?

Enrollment requirements can vary depending on major. Checklists are provided for the different situations. 

How does a student transfer to Belmont?

Belmont accepts transfer credit based on several factors. Check out the complete list.

What is the admissions process for a student returning to Belmont? 

View the returning students checklist.

Can students from other institutions take a class or two and transfer those courses back to their home college? 

Yes, students may take transient credit at Belmont to transfer to their home institution.

Can students take college credit while still in high school?

Students eligible for Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) programs may enroll prior to obtaining a high school diploma. 

Where is Belmont College?

Belmont’s Main Campus is in St. Clairsville, OH. We also offer services at the Harrison County Center (south of Cadiz on Rt. 9) and at the Monroe County Center (at the Black Walnut Center).

How do I apply? 

Students are encouraged to apply online or may also contact the Admissions Department for a paper version.

Is there an application fee?

No, Belmont does not charge an application fee.

How much does Belmont cost?

Several factors, including the number of courses taken and a student’s eligibility for various forms of financial aid, have a direct impact on the amount an individual pays.  Belmont charges by the credit hour.  In order to receive a net cost of attendance, students must first file a current year Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

How does a student qualify for financial aid?

The process begins with filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov.  You will need to provide Belmont College’s school code (009941).  After the form is processed, Belmont will provide the student with a Financial Aid Award Letter, which will detail the different types and amounts of aid available.

Is there assistance available for students needing to identify a career path and/or program of study?

Belmont provides career and education consultation to help students find rewarding careers.  This includes investigating personal preferences, salaries, and job availability and then linking these factors with appropriate educational goals.

Is there an entrance exam?

Any degree-seeking student that has not previously attended college must provide placement test scores to help provide proper academic placement.  Belmont recommends that any college-bound student takes an ACT test, but if this is not an option, we offer the Accuplacer test.  Please call the Recruitment department for details.

What type of job placement services does Belmont provide for graduating students?

Belmont offers help with:

  • Interviewing techniques through mock interviews
  • Resume’ and cover letter writing
  • Help matching Belmont graduates with employers

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Admissions Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Saturday - Sunday
Closed

Contact Information

Admissions
Belmont College
120 Fox-Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

High School Enrollment Services Associate
Crissy D'Aquila
Email: cdaquila@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3845

Enrollment Services Associate
Courtney Nign
Email: cnign@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3894

Senior Admissions Counselor
Juanita Roxby
Email: jroxby@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3812

Admissions Counselor
Pamela Robinson
Email: probinson@belmontcollege.edu
Phone: 740.699.3846