Juniors and Seniors will have the opportunity to practice their interview skills and network with industry professionals at the Fall Practice Interview Event, sponsored by Career Services. The event will be held on Friday, November 22 from 10 – 11 a.m. in the Massey Boardroom.
Registration is required and can be completed here:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6TCKNFF.
For more information, contact Rachel Walden,firstname.lastname@example.org, 615-460-6490.
The Hard Rock Café Marathon will take place Saturday, Nov. 9, from 7 a.m. to approximately 2 p.m.. The race route will affect normal traffic flow on several streets on the west side of Belmont’s campus, including 18th Avenue South, Wedgewood Avenue Magnolia Boulevard and Belmont Boulevard. These streets will remain open with both runners and vehicles sharing the roads. Police officers will direct vehicles to cross intersections between groups of runners. Expect slight delays. Visit the marathon website for complete information about the race course and use these links to plan your routes to and from campus on Nov. 9.
Senior Leadership established Belmont’s Welcome Home initiative to support the University’s goal of becoming more diverse and broadly reflective of our local and global communities. The Welcome Home Team is chaired by Dr. Susan West and comprised of faculty, staff and student representatives, meets regularly to explore initiatives and plan strategies to create a culture of inclusion; to ensure learning experiences that enable students to gain strong intercultural competencies; and to actively and intentionally recruit diverse faculty, staff and students.
Start planning now! Sign up with a group of friends! Belmont’s Immersion program (March 2-8, 2013) consists of multiple spring break trips that Immerse Belmont students in what God is doing all over our country.
Immersion Spring Break Trips include the following projects/sites:
1. Art: Indianapolis, IN
2. Border: Las Cruces, NM
3. Community: Mobile, AL
4. Creation: Cumberland Island, GA
5. Health Care: Guatemala
6. Human Traficking: Dominican Republic
7. Justice: Jackson, MS
8. Rural: Apopka, FL
9. Urban: Detroit, MI
10. Urban: New York, NY
11. Urban: San Francisco, CA
“University Ministries hopes to expose students, first, to the variety of injustices people of all backgrounds face in our country, and alongside that, the kind of work God is doing to combat that injustice in particular places. This means that students have the opportunities to be immersed in local cultures and places, and to be immersed in the struggles and joys of particular peoples’ lives—hopefully, then, spending their Spring Breaks immersed in love, of God and neighbor.” – Micah Weedman. Sign up online today or stop by the Office of University Ministries for more information.
Cost/fee: U.S. Locations $475, Global Locations $1,100, Student Leaders $250
For more information, visit http://www.belmont.edu/universityministries/missions_and_outreach/or contact Micah Weedman, email@example.com, (615)460-6419.
The Great Run is back this Halloween season after a thirty year hiatus. Be a part of this classic Belmont tradition, revamped with the help of Department of Fitness and Recreation and Student Activities Programming Board.
Wear your best Halloween costume and collect candy as you navigate the mile-and-a-half loop around campus! But beware, a few surprises may be in store for anybody not alert! Give it all you’ve got and protect your hard earned treats or risk joining the mindless, sugar deprived zombie hoard.
Cool down afterwards at the after party located at the climbing wall in the Beaman immediately afterwards. There will be Halloween themed snacks & drinks as well as the prizes for the most creative costumes!
Join Team Belmont, sponsored by Fitness and Recreation and Health Services, for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, as we make strides towards a world with more birthdays. The 5-mile walk through downtown Nashville supports the American Cancer Society. The walk is Nov. 2 at LP field with check in starting at 8 a.m. T-Shirts are provided by Health Services. To join Team Belmont, click here. Registration is free and does not require a donation or fundraising commitment, but it is encouraged. For more information, please contact Lisa Scholl at (615) 460-6778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the University’s ongoing efforts to be technologically efficient, Belmont will be moving several major software systems to a new hardware environment at the end of the month. During this transition—which will begin Friday, October 25 at 5 p.m.—the applications listed below will be unavailable. Please plan accordingly for this downtime—all systems are anticipated to be back online and fully functional by Monday morning, Oct. 28:
Unavailable Online Apps—Fri., Oct. 25 at 5 p.m. Through Mon, Oct. 28 at 8 a.m.
3) Course Withdrawals**
5) All Banner and BannerWeb functions
6) MyBelmont access will be available, but individuals will be unable to set up new MyBelmont accounts or reset passwords/look up user names during this time
7) GND test or tutor session sign-ups
8) Housing Helper (off campus roommate finder)
9) Convocation records—the calendar and calendar administrator will still be available
10) National Student Clearinghouse
11) Hold notices
12) Music Recital sign-ups
13) Career Services logins
14) Bookstore– students will be unable to charge bookstore items to their accounts
** Students planning to meet with Academic Advisors on Monday or Tuesday (Oct. 28-29) may wish to save a pdf copy of their DegreeWorks audit on their desktop prior to October 25 at 5 p.m. To do so simply, click the “save as pdf” button near the top of the page. Classfinder will also be unavailable on that same weekend. Students planning to actively work on a schedule over the weekend may wish to pre-plan their schedule or use screenshots of Classfinder. Students deciding to withdraw from a course for any reason over that weekend can do so when the system reopens Monday morning.
Blackboard Learn WILL BE available for students and faculty to access.
Thank you for your patience during this transition. We will apprise campus as soon as all systems are up and functioning again.
Come join Belmont students, faculty/staff and alumni for a time of fellowship, renewal and reflection Nov. 8-10. The weekend will be filled with opportunities to connect with other women and hear their stories as well as learn more about your own. If you enjoy hiking, paddle boats or even just conversations by a fireplace, this weekend is for you! Cost is $25 (all lodging & food).
To register for the retreat, visit https://secure.sitemason.com/form/htXhmM
For more information, contact:
Office of University Ministries, 615.460.6419