Admission Events

Please use the link below to schedule a Virtual Visit or On-Campus Visit.

To ensure the health and safety of our campus community and all of our guests we are taking the following precautions for on-campus visits:

  • Registration is limited to 1 family per tour.
  • The campus visit meeting room will be sanitized between each tour.
  • No physical contact (handshaking).
  • Increased hand washing and hand sanitizing.
  • Masks are required.
  • Limited access to certain campus buildings.
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Tour Guides


Blake, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Fredericksburg, VA
Major: Great Books
Year in School: Junior
Tours: Mondays @ 3pm & Tuesdays @ 1pm

I chose the Abbey because of its small size, strong Catholic culture, and the fact that it feels like home. Everyone is so close and friendly at the Abbey, and all of the professors love meeting the students and working with them closely to ensure their success. It is so easy to make a mark on the campus. For example, one of my favorite pastimes is to play board games and I helped to start the Tabletop club on campus! You can also catch me at another of my hobbies: assembling and painting model cars and planes. I fell in love with the Abbey while going on tour, and it’s because of this that I decided to become a tour guide and help others fall in love with the Abbey too!


Sarah, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Major: Theology
Year in School: Junior
Tours: Tuesdays @ 9am

I am a Hintemeyer scholar as well as a student in the Honors College. I chose Belmont Abbey because I knew I wanted a small, close-knit, Catholic community in college. When I got here that is exactly what I found and that is why I love the Abbey so much. The people on this campus are special and the friendships that I’ve formed are the best I have ever had. I can’t imagine being anywhere else. I chose to be an Abbey Advocate so that I can give back to the college that has given me so much and hopefully bring more people here to love it as much as I do.


Layla, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Gastonia, NC
Major: Psychology and Educational Studies
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Tuesdays @ 3pm

Something I love about Belmont Abbey are the people. What I mean by that is, everyone comes together and we become one.Belmont Abbey is all about body, mind, and soul. I truly believe in that!


Lindsey, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Kenner, LA
Major: Theology
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Wednesdays @ 1pm

Here at the Abbey I am a part of the Hintemeyer Leadership Program, Campus Activities Board, and now Abbey Advocates! Choosing Belmont Abbey was the best decision I’ve ever made. Selecting a school that was over 10 hours away from home and where I didn’t know a single person was certainly scary but I wouldn’t change it for anything. I have met some of my best friends here who I know will last a lifetime, have grown much deeper in my faith, and have already learned so many amazing new things!


Paden, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Iron Station, NC
Major: Theology
Year in School: Sophomore 
Tours: Mondays & Fridays @ 9am

I came to the Abbey searching for a small Catholic college to study Theology. However, my first experience with the Abbey was several years earlier when I came to campus on a parish retreat, and I immediately fell in love. I’m a member of the Thomas More Scholarship and love games of all kinds. Some of my favorite things to read, play Frisbee and Code. I love it here at the Abbey and as an Advocate hope to show others just what it was that I fell in love with here.


Christopher, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Matthews, NC
Major: Criminal Justice
Year in School: Junior 
Tours: Mondays & Wednesdays (Virtual) @ 1 pm

Along with my major in Criminal Justice, I am double minoring in Pre-Law and Business Management. I am involved in many clubs and organizations on campus, including Greek Life, the Abbey Players, and I am the current Vice President of Campus Activities Board. I chose to come to Belmont Abbey because, from my first steps on campus, it felt like home. I have made many lifelong friends and I became an Advocate to help prospective students decide if the Belmont Abbey will be their future home.


Lauryn, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Fayetteville, NC
Major: Sports Management 
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Wednesdays @ 9am

My favorite aspect of the Abbey is being part of the women’s soccer team as a goalkeeper. I am a Sports Management major because I love being in sports. One thing about college that I love is being able to hang out with my friends every day. Fun fact, my nickname on campus is Diesel! I chose to be an Abbey Advocate because I thoroughly enjoy talking to and connecting with new people.


Isabella, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
Major: Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Tuesdays @ 10am (Virtual) & Thursdays @ 9am 

I am a sophomore most recently from Phoenix, Arizona, but I spent the majority of my childhood alternating between the mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah and the pastures of the province of Liège in Belgium. I am both a Hintemeyer and Honors scholar, as well as the Secretary of Student Government. I am also the President of the Pro-Life group on campus and a member of the debate team. I aspire to attend law school in the future and chose the Abbey for its small size, which allowed for holistic relationships with professors and the opportunity for leadership roles.


Brandon, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Williamstown, NJ
Major: Criminal Justice
Year in School: Junior
Tours: Mondays (Virtual) & Fridays (Virtual) @ 1pm  & Wednesdays @ 3pm 

I am a part of the Men’s Volleyball team, as well as Abbey Players. I came to the Abbey because of the amazing atmosphere that is present on campus. I became an Abbey Advocate to help those who are undecided to come to Belmont Abbey.


Logan, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Alexandria, VA
Major: Marketing
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Thursdays @ 1pm  &  Fridays @ 3pm 

I am a freshman from the DC Metropolitan area, specifically Alexandria, Virginia. I chose to come down to Charlotte and attend the Abbey for my love of small schools and the community here. I also run track and field here at the Abbey and on my visit here, it truly felt like home. No other school I attended struck me as much and I hope with the help of the advocates, we can make sure prospective students feel this way as well.


Maggie, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Bowie, MD
Major: Parish and Pastoral Ministries
Year in School: Junior
Tours: Thursdays @ 3pm 

I’m a transfer student at the Abbey going into my second year. Before the Abbey, I went to my local community college for two years. I did this because I graduated high school when I was 16 and was not ready to move away from home yet. After finishing General Education Studies at community college, I began applying to four year schools. I chose the Abbey because of the welcoming community and strong Catholic presence on campus. Coming from a family of ten children, I’ve been blessed to grow up in a loving, faith centered environment. I found this atmosphere extremely present at the Abbey the first time I visited for Scholarship Weekend. I decided to become an Abbey Advocate to continue to foster this welcoming family environment and share my great love for the Abbey with anyone who visits! I am part of the Hintemeyer Catholic Leadership program and I am also part of CAB (Campus Activities Board). I enjoy swimming, swing dancing, baking, music, and hiking.


Samantha, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Lexington, NC
Major: English
Year in School: Senior
Tours: Thursdays @ 10am (Virtual) 

I am an Honors student majoring in English with two minors in Writing and business management. I chose the Abbey because it has felt like home since the first time I visited. I am involved majorly on campus through Campus Activities Board and the Crusader Newspaper, as well as being an Advocate!


Kaylani, Abbey Advocate

Hometown: Canyon Country, CA
Major: Nursing
Year in School: Sophomore
Tours: Fridays @ 1pm  

I am a member of the women’s soccer team here at Belmont Abbey. I chose Belmont Abbey because it gave me an opportunity to be a part of a community-based college with an intimate class size. I am excited to have the opportunity to pursue my nursing degree here at Belmont Abbey along with a liberal arts based learning. I have enjoyed the lifelong friendships and amazing relationships I have made with the incredible professors here at the Abbey. I can not wait to meet new prospective students along the way showing them the amazing things Belmont Abbey has to offer!

Group Tours

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Marketing & Campus Experiences

Adventure is all around…

Many entertainment choices are only minutes away:  US National Whitewater Center, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, The Billy Graham Library, Crowders Mountain, Nascar-Lowes Motor Speedway, Carowinds Theme Park, Blumenthal Performing Arts Theater, Mint Museum of Craft & Design, NBA Charlotte Bobcats, NFL Carolina Panthers, many golf courses, malls, antique shops and fine dining.

Blumenthal Performing Arts

Blumenthal Performing Arts Theater

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden


Crowders Mountain

US National Whitewater Center

US National Whitewater Center

Carowinds Theme Park

Carowinds Theme Park



Emma Clune, Admissions Counselor

Emma Clune
Campus Visit and Community College Partnership Coordinator

Getting here is easy

Belmont Abbey College is just seconds from I-85 exit 26.The main Belmont Abbey College campus is located at: 100 Belmont-Mt Holly Rd Belmont, NC 28012

From Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and all points North: Follow signs to Interstate 85 South. Take I-85 South to Exit 26, the Belmont Abbey College exit. When you exit, you will see the campus in front of you. Turn left at the stop light, then turn right into the first entrance of the college. Follow the signs for Admissions Reception for a tour or Crusader Success Hub for the admissions offices. From the South: Follow Interstate 85 North to Exit 26, the Belmont Abbey College exit. Turn left at the stop sign, and left again at the stop light. You will see Belmont Abbey College to your right as you pass over I-85. Turn right into the first entrance of the college. Follow the signs for Admissions Reception for a tour or Crusader Success Hub for the admissions offices.

Register for Abbey Experience by calling 888.222.0110 or click here to register.

Abbey Experiences

To learn more about The Abbey, visit our Crusader Preview page. We have lots of videos and seminars for you to explore to discover all that Belmont Abbey College has to offer students from academics to athletics to all the fun and traditions of campus life!

Sunday Luncheons

Our Sunday Luncheons are currently on-hold, but you can join us daily for mass at 11am on Facebook Live.

For more information, call  1 (888) 222-0110


Admission Events

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