Belmont University has been recognized as one of Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast” regional colleges on their 2021: Best Colleges Region by Region. Out of the 142 listed colleges recognized on the website, Belmont has been featured among them. The website features 655 colleges by regions categorized into Northeast, Midwest, Southeast, West and International.
The Princeton Review covers the best colleges regionally each year with Belmont being recognized as “Best in the Southeast” for the second consecutive year. The University is listed as “the fastest-growing Christian university in the nation with nearly 8,500 students hailing from every state and 36 countries.”
The website reviews each college listed through their Admissions, Academics, Tuition & Aid, Student Body, Campus Life and Careers. Based on the ratings and comments of each category from students of the university, schools are chosen to be recognized on the list annually. Belmont students are able to provide their input allowing readers to hear directly from the students’ viewpoint for each category. Student organizations at Belmont University show to be well-acclaimed as there is a place for each student to share their interests with people with similar passions. Students share that at Belmont, “individuality reigns in ideas, styles, of dress, taste in music and philosophies.”
Additionally, the review notes how this featured southeastern college is home to the final presidential debate of the 2020 election season presenting a unique opportunity for both students and faculty. The overall campus life and student opportunities are some of Belmont’s highlighted features amongst other categories. With more than 100 areas of undergraduate study, Belmont provides “the best of liberal arts and professional education in a Christian community of learning and service.”
Belmont is also recognized on Princeton’s website for connecting students with unique opportunities both in school and post-graduation due to Belmont’s locations and extensively successful alumni. The school’s offered hands-on experience has led Belmont to additionally be recognized on U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 “Most Innovative Schools” list for twelve years, leading Belmont to rank the highest university in Tennessee.