RA Selection Begins Soon


Resident Assistants are some of the top student leaders on campus! They have the unique opportunity to support students and provide peer guidance, community building activities, floor programs, as well as serve as a resource for his or her residents. Applications to become a Resident Assistant will be available at the end of November at …

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Residence Halls Closed for Winter Break


Each Residence Hall will temporarily close during Christmas Break. Residence Halls will close on December 19th, 2015 at 3:00pm and will reopen on January 2nd, 2016 at 10am. This includes Dickens Hall, Horrell Hall, as well as Two Oaks Apartments and Suites. All other apartment complexes will remain open during Christmas break. You must check …

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Housing Card Deadline Approaching

Are you studying abroad next semester? Have you secured an internship in a city outside of Nashville? Maybe you just want to move to another room? If you answered yes to any of these questions make sure you turn in your Spring Housing Card! Spring Housing Cards have been placed in each student’s mailbox and …

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SAPB Update


The Student Activities Programming Board is excited to welcome comedic illusionist Michael Kent to campus on November 20th. Michael was named 2014 Entertainer of the Year after being nominated for the award in Campus Activities Magazine. Michael’s show has been acclaimed by universities as “Wildly Original;” packed with humor, the art of illusion, audience participation …

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New Student Organizations


Student Affairs is excited to welcome 17 new Student Organizations to the Belmont community this semester. We are also looking forward to launching new initiatives to help support graduate student organizations. Check out BruinLink for the most current information on ways to get involved, upcoming events, and more.

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Student Government Grants


The Belmont University Student Government Association is a student-run organization that directly serves the student body through grant petitions, legislative action, and outreach-centered events. They have been hard at work supporting Student Organizations in various ways throughout the semester. Student Government has currently granted over $14,000 to more than 20 different student organizations so far …

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Happy Halloween on Campus!


This year’s Halloween celebrations were in full swing on Belmont’s campus. SELD hosted Zombie Throwback Prom and the Wright and Maddox staffs hosted the annual “Mad House” event, a haunted house through the halls of Maddox. Check out the pictures taken at both events!

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Staying Safe from Crime During the Holidays

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Although Campus Security has not had any reports of robberies or purse snatchings in the immediate Belmont area, crime often increases as the holidays approach and extra precaution should be taken for your personal safety.  Incidents have been reported at TSU, Trevecca, and on Elliston Place and Brandau near the Vanderbilt campus. To help keep …

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November Health Tip

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As we are rapidly approaching cold and flu season I feel it would be appropriate to look at ways to help prevent illness. Here are some easy preventive measures that everyone can implement. Try to avoid close contact with sick people. While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting …

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