Your future starts with your education. And your education starts with knowing what it will cost and how to pay for it. We think that process should be simple, not stressful. We’ve made it easy to get from here to what you need so you can find your way to the information, tools, and opportunities that can make a difference in your success.
It all begins with the FAFSA.
We encourage everyone who plans to attend college to fill out what’s known as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. That’s the form used to calculate how much money they can offer you, plus what kinds of aid you qualify for. Use federal school code 009941 for Belmont College.
MyFAO is your 24/7 access to your financial aid information. Here, you can review your financial aid award status, check for missing documents, download forms, view your loans, and more.
Check your MyFAO (My Financial Aid Office) portal to be sure all your forms are received and that your aid is ready to be processed. Log in using your Belmont College email address and password. Once your documents are received, we’ll e-mail you a Financial Aid Award Notification. After your initial award notice, you can review any changes to your financial aid awards online at MyFAO.
We offer incoming freshmen, transfer students, and current students a list of available scholarships. Some are awarded by various departments of the College based on degree and/or certificate programs(s) majors and/or residency
Estimate your costs
Use the Net Price Calculator to determine an estimate of your costs to attend Belmont College.
Student Loan Debt
During the 2022-2023 academic year, Belmont College students borrowed $1,246 using student federal loans on average.
Student Loan Default Rates
For the fiscal year 2020 cohort, the default rate was 0.0% for students leaving Belmont College.