Hear from Belmont Students on why they love Belmont.
Mia Shelton talks about her experiences in the Honors Program, Motion Pictures program and her time as a freshman residence assistant.
Jordan Dunn talks about the many communities on campus, his experiences studying away and Belmont’s Christian community.
Haley Munn talks about her experiences with study abroad and how Belmont’s course offerings, interships and the community have helped her grow professionally and personally.
Beau McGinnis talks about his involvement in Bruin Recruiters as an officer, tour guide and an admissions greeter.
Molly talks about her experiences as a freshman at Belmont.
David talks about how the creative and supportive community at Belmont has inspired him.
Kalina explains what it’s like to be an audio engineering major and how she’s been able to work with students in majors across campus.
This week on Why Belmont Wednesday, Brad Barbay discusses why faculty and student opportunities are why he loves Belmont.
Student pharmacist Morgan Jacobs talks about the relationships she’s made on campus and the College of Pharmacy’s postive reputation in the Nashville community.
It’s been Emily Falvey’s dream since middle school to be in the Songwriting program at Belmont’s Curb College. Find out why in this week’s Why Belmont Wednesday.
Katie Kruzan talks about the opportunities she’s had to get involved on campus.
Patrick Murphy talks about the important connections he’s made with friends and faculty as well as the truly unique opportunities provided by the Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business.
Nursing major Haley McDaniel talks about the unique environment within Belmont’s School of Nursing, her experience studying abroad in Greece and what it’s like to go to school in Nashville.
We learn about life in the College of Sciences & Mathematics from Samantha Chu. She talks about the intentional community and about the undergraduate research opportunities available to students.
Political science major Brayton Johns talks about Belmont’s sense of community and how he’s been able to connect with faculty, staff and classmates on a personal level.