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Admitted Students

College of Law Admissions & Aid

Incoming Student Checklist 

Instructions on how to submit your seat deposit will be sent to your email 1-2 business days after receiving your notice of admission. Once you receive this email, you will complete the following steps:

If you have any questions, please contact our admissions coordinator Maria Emanuelson at

Very similar to how you submitted your transcripts the first time, you will do this again now that you have graduated. Please ensure your undergraduate university has degree-conferred or awarded on the transcript prior to making your request. You will submit these final transcripts electronically to LSAC. LSAC will verify with Belmont College of Law that the submitted transcripts are the final ones needed. Even Belmont undergrads must complete this process for LSAC to verify the final transcripts. Please visit this link for specific instructions on how to request your final transcripts. 

How to Access Your Transcript Request Forms

To generate your Transcript Request Forms, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your account.
  2. On your homepage, click the Add or Submit Institutions link found beneath the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) heading.
  3. For any institutions that are already listed, click Edit to complete your information.
  4. Add any additional institutions that you have attended.
  5. Once you have entered all of your institution information, scroll down to the bottom of the My Institutions Attended page and click Continue.
  6. Review your information to ensure that it is accurate. Then hit Confirm.
  7. Visit the Transcripts page of your account. A Transcript Request Form link will be listed below each institution. Click these links to access your forms. (It may take a few minutes for the forms to generate in your account.)

Updating Your Transcript Information

Have official transcripts sent to LSAC for any additional academic work completed after your initial Law School Reports have been forwarded. We will incorporate this information into your file and send updated transcript reports to the law schools, as long as their reporting terms are still current.

Registration for Fall 2024 courses will open to incoming students in May or June, 2024. Watch your email for updates!

All Belmont University Students are required to comply with University Health & Immunization requirements that can be found on the Belmont Health Services page. Students may upload required documents through the Belmont Health Portal.

Belmont requires graduate students to demonstrate proof of health insurance as part of the enrollment process. For students who do not have insurance, they are required to purchase a plan provided by our partner at UHC. All graduate students must either opt in or waive the insurance policy here. For more information contact

Tuition, Loans, Financial Aid

Law students may apply for Federal Loans (Direct and Direct PLUS). A maximum of $20,500 is available in Direct loans, and students may fund the remaining cost of attendance with Direct PLUS loans.  

Belmont's FAFSA School Code is 003479. 

Federal Student Aid for Law School: Steps to Take 

  1. Fill out the FAFSA as soon as possible. Submitting your FAFSA in a timely manner allows you to learn about any Direct Unsubsidized Loans you have qualified for.  
  2. If you are a graduate or professional student, you can borrow up to $20,500 each year in Direct Unsubsidized LoansLearn more. 
  3. Be sure that you also apply for a Direct PLUS Loan if you will need to borrow more than $20,500 annually.   
  4. Completing your Direct Plus Loan Application is a separate stepin addition to completing your FAFSA. 

Federal Student Loans: Basics for Students

Federal Student Loan Simulator

Qualifying veterans may be eligible for the GI Bill or the Yellow Ribbon Program. 

Still have questions? Check out Belmont University’s Student  Financial  Services  website, or email the law admissions team at  

For Direct Unsubsidized Loans, be sure your have completed the:

Log into your MyBelmont account to accept your loan.

For Grad PLUS Loans, be sure you have completed the:


Please note that Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Direct PLUS Loans have different MPNs. The MPN for each type of loan, and Entrance counseling, must be completed before the loan will disburse to your student account.

If you selected “Loan Amount Unknown” in your Grad PLUS loan application, it is your responsibility to contact Belmont Student Financial Services to let them know the amount you want to borrow. If this step is omitted, the loan will not process.

Log into your MyBelmont account. 

• Click Launchpad on the left-hand side of the screen, and select Banner Web 

• Select the Student Services and Financial Aid tab

• Select the Financial Aid tab

• Select the Award Information tab

• Select Award by Aid Year

• From the drop down box, select 2023–24 Aid Year

• Click the submit button

Did you remember to complete a Grad PLUS credit applicationYou must apply separately for a Direct PLUS Loan if you will need to borrow more than $20,500 annually. This process is in addition to completing your FAFSA.

Click on "How can I make sure my loans go through?" above for more information.

See our Scholarships page.

Typically, admitted students are notified of any scholarships awarded to them at the time of acceptance.

Q: My scholarship letter says I must remain in "good standing" in order to retain my scholarship. What does that mean?
A: Please see the Student Handbook for information on good standing.

Applicants are also encouraged to explore our list of outside scholarship opportunities. Although not exhaustive, a list is also available through the Law School Admission Council.

While it is not a scholarship program, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program may be a good option for you. The PSLF Program forgives the remaining balance on your Direct Loans after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer. Visit the program page to learn more.

Visit your EPay account.

Belmont uses Nelnet for administering monthly payment plans. If this is of interest to you, enroll in a payment plan as soon as possible. More info:  Nelnet Payment Plan FAQ’s.

Admitted Student FAQ's

Belmont has partnered with College Pads, the off-campus housing marketplace, to provide resources for students seeking off-campus housing. For more information please click here.

If your current mailing address or primary email address has recently changed, email with the updated information.  

After you have made your seat deposit, email to get added to the roommate list. If you see someone on the list that seems like a good fit, reach out to them directly. Happy roommate hunting! 

Your bank or loan carrier may ask you for an enrollment verification. Belmont University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide enrollment verifications. Follow these steps on the Registrar website

Choosing a laptop for your use in law school is at your discretion. Please know that Belmont Law uses Exam4 for final exams. You will want your device to be compatible with and supported by Exam4. Here is a listing of supported operating systems: 

There are two charging stations on level 6 of the Curb Garage, and two on level 1 of the Inman/McWhorter garage, right across from the elevators near the garage entrance. The Inman/McWhorter garage is closest to the law building, but both garages are within a 5 minute walk of our building.

The chargers are free to use, but users will need an active Blink charging card. The card is free - just go to the Blink website to register, and they will send the card in the mail. 

Belmont University Campus Parking Map 
Check out Belmont University's Parking webpage for more details.

Welcome to Nashville!

Check out the interactive map below for suggestions on dining, recreation, and essentials. 


Contact Us

College of Law

1901 15th Avenue South 
Nashville, TN 37212

Phone:  (615) 460-8400

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