At Belmont, it all starts with TT.
Towering Traditions (TT) is the unforgettable orientation experience welcoming new Bruins into the Belmont story. Our goal is simple: we want to connect you with the Belmont community as you set your college trajectory to align with your goals and dreams. We know beginnings aren’t everything, but they matter. TT is your Belmont beginning, designed to get you on the right start.
WELCOME WEEK SESSION
We have created two Welcome Week programs to best help you orient to life at Belmont. Each program provides you with opportunities to get your questions answered, connect with current and new students, and learn more about Belmont as you prepare for the first day of classes. Click below to join your session
Some orientation events require the use of Zoom to participate. Click here for a quick start guide to using the software.
VIRTUAL WELCOME WEEK
Sunday, August 16 – Tuesday, August 18
ON-CAMPUS WELCOME WEEK
After students move on campus
The Orientation Council (OC) consists of ten Belmont students who are here to journey with you through your Towering Traditions experience. The OC will be the hosts for your virtual Welcome Week experience and are here to assist in your transition to Belmont. Here is the team:
Accounting, Business Systems & Analytics
Fort Thomas, KY
Newport Beach, CA
Health Protocol for Fall Semester
As we prepare for on-campus life this fall and seek to ensure Belmont is one of the safest “small towns” in the country, we as a community will be following several new health and safety protocols. To familiarize yourself with Belmont’s policies and procedures, please visit our Return to Campus Plan and watch this video.
Important How-To Videos
Medical History Form
Signing Up for
Getting Credit for
Vehicle or Bike
Medical Consent Form
How to Set Up
Student Financial Services
Bruin Bucks vs.
How to Access
Mental Health Services
Engaging in Your
Faith at Belmont
Still unsure what you need to complete before the first day of classes? Don’t worry – we have you covered! Take a read of the below tasks and start crossing items off of your list!
Submit Health Insurance/Immunization Forms
Belmont University requires that all students utilize their Health Portal to complete the Belmont Medical History, Immunization Records, and verification of health insurance, and manually enter all dates from Immunization records by the end of Summer Orientation session. Click here for instructions on submitting these documents.
Sign Up for ‘Belmont Alerts’
Belmont Alerts is Belmont University’s emergency messaging system. Starting on June 1, 2020, you will be able to sign up to receive text alerts and emails in the event of a campus closure or emergency. When the time comes, please add your cell phone number to the Belmont Alerts system. To do this, sign in to myBelmont and select Belmont Alerts from the Campus Security and Safety folder on the left side of this page. Once the Belmont Alerts page opens, use the “Contact Type” field to enter the cell phone numbers that you want to receive Belmont Alerts. You are welcome to add family members to these contacts. Once finished, simply close the Belmont Alerts window. For more information, click here for Belmont Alerts.
Register for Belmont’s Leadership Connections
The Belmont Office of Leadership Development, BOLD, is a great way for First Year Students and Transfer Students to continue their leadership journey at Belmont. It’s also a great way for new leaders to get involved and begin to learn and practice leadership.
Students who take advantage of campus-wide leadership development opportunities will have a chance to participate in various training and development workshops, retreats, conferences, and other challenging experiences to prepare for leadership roles on and off campus.
Start now! If you are interested in more leadership development experiences at Belmont, fill out this short form and let us know!
Log into BruinLink to discover campus-wide leadership and engagement opportunities and be on the lookout for emails giving you directions on next steps.
Email email@example.com if you have questions or concerns once you’ve arrived on campus. We’re happy to help!
Set Up Your BruinPrint Account
Welcome to BruinPrint, Belmont’s student print station system. Operating through a network of hi-speed printers located throughout the academic buildings and many of the dorms, BruinPrint will offer a variety of printing options including Print Anywhere. This special feature will allow students to send print jobs from their phones, tablets, personal laptops, or from campus computer labs for pickup at any BruinPrint station on campus. The BruinPrint system provides a consistent user experience while also meeting the diverse printing needs of Belmont University’s student body. Click here for complete information on BruinPrint.
Financial Aid Checklist
Due Date: Completed throughout the summer
Once you have been officially accepted to the university and paid your enrollment deposit, you will want to make sure you are taking care of all the key financial processes. Click here see the Financial Aid Checklist.
Register Your Vehicle or Bicycle
Due Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2020
If you plan on riding in style by bringing a bicycle or a vehicle to campus in the fall, make sure you register with campus security. Click here for instructions.
Complete Alcohol Edu/Sexual Assault Prevention
Due Date: Part 1 due September 30th. Part 2 due November 30th. Invitations to participate will not be emailed out until July/August.
AlcoholEDU is a web-based alcohol prevention program currently used at more than 500 colleges and universities across the country. It uses the latest prevention techniques and scientific research to educate students about the impact of alcohol on the mind and body. AlcoholEdu will enable you to make informed choices regarding the use of alcohol and the behavior of peers. All survey responses are strictly confidential.
AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) registration instructions can be found on MyBelmont under “Campus Life” tab. You then will be required to complete part 1 of Alcohol EDU and Haven by September 30 and complete part 2 of Alcohol Edu and Haven by November 30. Failure to complete these tasks on time will result in a hold being placed on your account.