Full Sail University
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Belmont's diversity in origin is matched only by the variety of interests and talents found in those students. From 160+ student organizations to the 17 NCAA Division 1 Athletic Teams, Belmont offers countless opportunities to connect with those around you.
Our Fitness and Recreation department offers daily group fitness classes, personal training options, a recreational gym, workout room, racquetball courts and an on-campus climbing wall.
There are intramural sports, faith development organizations, sports clubs, service groups, Greek life... you name it!
On-campus worship services, local and international mission projects and numerous Bible studies offer students multiple avenues to explore and deepen their faith in the context of a supportive and theologically diverse community.
From Move In Day to Graduation, your experience here is designed to help you build connections with other students and discover your God-given potential.
There is only one Music City. And today, Nashville continues its emergence as a cultural, artistic, and entertainment-rich destination, filled with unique music and event venues, a myriad of art galleries, plantation homes, botanical gardens and greenways, honky tonks, professional sports and award-winning dining.
The city is an educational Mecca, with 16 colleges and universities in the metropolitan area, not to mention a wealth of public, private, and parochial schools. Internship opportunities are practically legendary -- just ask the Belmont students who have interned at Sony, Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation, Gibson Guitar, and the Tennessee State Legislature.
The Department of Residence Life at Belmont University is committed to fostering a Christian community that encourages students and staff to focus on personal and spiritual growth, as well as individual, communal, and civil responsibility within an educational and purposeful living experience.