Housing Selection is Right Around the Corner so Make Sure You are Prepared!

Housing Selection for current Belmont students will start up in March for the upcoming year. More detailed information will be coming from Residence Life soon. In the meantime, visit https://my.belmont.edu/group/residence-life/housing-selection to learn more about the process of making housing arrangements for 2017-18, including how to reserve your current assignment (if eligible), select a new assignment, choose a roommate, or cancel your assignment (if eligible). In addition, a list of Frequently Asked Questions is available, as well as a reference copy of the Housing Occupancy Agreement.

Move In Day 2016
Move in day at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. August 19, 2016

Remember that Belmont requires all full-time undergraduate students with fewer than 60 credit hours (by the start of Fall semester) to live in campus housing unless the student is: (1) 21 years of age or older by the first day of classes in August; (2) married and/or has children residing with him/her; or (3) lives with parent(s), legal guardian(s), grandparent(s), or sibling(s) over the age of 25. Any current student who does not fall within the previously mentioned categories is required to live on campus for the upcoming year.

Note: Current residents should not complete the online housing application! The online housing application is only for new, incoming students. Current students will go through the housing draw to reserve a space. Dates for this process are below.

Housing and Meal Plan rates for 2017-2018 can be found on the University Cost Estimator. If you have questions , you may email them to reslife@belmont.edu.


Floor Meetings – Week of March 20

Same Room Reservation – March 27 – April 9

Draw time letters mailed and roommate requests available – April 13

Housing Draw – April 17-21