- Belmont College is a learner-centered institution committed to meeting the academic, technical, career development and workforce needs of individuals, businesses, industries, and organizations. To serve its diverse student population and provide access to necessary skills in a rapidly changing workplace, the College employs a range of delivery systems including distance and community-based education, and strives to maintain low tuition rates and an abundance of financial aid sources. To provide an environment where quality lifelong learning can take place, Belmont depends on a constant and continually evolving interface with all community stakeholders.
- Enrollment: 750 students
- In-state tuition: $2,786
- Out-state tuition: $4,350
- Student:teacher ratio: 17:1
- Minority enrollment: 13%
- Source: Verified school update
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
- Belmont College offers more than 25 degrees and 20 certificate programs in disciplines such as: Allied Health, Associate of Arts and Sciences, Building Preservation/Restoration, Business, Engineering Technology, Information Technology, Industrial Trades, and Public Safety. Belmont grants two-year associate degrees and certificates.
- Noncredit classes are also offered through the Workforce and Community Education Office, including CDL Truck Driver Training, Pharmacy Technician, Real Estate, and more.
- The College's Main Campus Academic Technical Center in St. Clairsville, Ohio houses the Applied Technology and Innovation Center (ATIC), Dowler Hall, student services, Student Success Center, business office, computer laboratories, administrative services, cafeteria, student lounge area and a full-service bookstore. Furthermore, the College`s Health Sciences Center, the region`s premier healthcare education facility, is home to all Belmont College Nursing and Health Sciences programs. The building features state-of-the-art classrooms and science labs for biology, anatomy, and chemistry. Also on campus are: The Mechanical Technology Center (HVAC program), Fire Sciences Center (Firefighter program), and the Science and Engineering Building (Building Preservation/Restoration and Welding programs) which is located on OUE's campus.
- Since 1978, the College has been accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association; it has continued to meet a high standard of accreditation.