When and what are Open Days?
Open Days give you a hands-on look at what it’s like to attend The Belonging Co College.
Click here for upcoming Open Day dates.
When can I apply?
Applications open October 25th, 2021.
Can I start in the Spring semester?
Students are allowed to apply and attend as online students in the spring and may attend in person, starting in the fall. We don’t take in person students for the spring semester.
Does The Belonging Co have to be my home church to apply?
The Belonging Co College is not exclusive to any church and open to students who are U.S. citizens.
Out of state, and out of town students are expected to attend The Belonging Co for the first three years.
Local students who currently attend and serve in their local church, are encouraged to continue doing so.
Can international students apply?
Currently we are unable to accept international students due to state regulations. Student visas are also not accepted at this time. You must be a U.S. Citizen in order to apply.
Is Southeastern University accredited?
Can I transfer and do my credits transfer?
Yes you can! Most credits will transfer with no problem. Once you have completed the application you can request a preliminary audit degree.
How are classes handled?
Classes that receive academic credit through SEU are facilitated in-person, online, and in group study sessions. Adjunct Professors, our Academic Director and The Belonging Co College staff will also be available for support.
Practicum sessions and serving opportunities are facilitated, hands-on and face-to-face with the pastors, staff and guests speakers of The Belonging Co.
When do classes and practicums occur?
Group Study Sessions
Provided Monday mornings and Tuesday afternoons for our degree students.
In Person Classes
Where applicable; Mondays and Wednesdays (the schedule is based on your class load).
Are scheduled Monday afternoons. Additionally students will be required to serve and attend on Sundays/Tuesday Nights with some varied hours throughout the week for Youth, Kids and Digital Media students.
Which practicums are offered?
Currently we offer; pastoral, worship, production, youth, kids and digital media practicums.
What degrees are offered?
Which Masters are offered?
Students should plan to be on site:
Mondays from 8:30a to 5pm
Tuesdays from 9:30am – to 4pm
Wednesdays from 8:30am – 1pm
Additionally students should plan to attend and serve on either Sunday or Tuesday.
Academic Year Schedule
The school year typically runs mid August to early May, the exact dates vary slight each year. Please contact us for the 2022-23 school year.
Can I work while studying?
Yes you can, and many of our students do. The full-time degree program will require approximately 20-24hrs of your time including your practicum. We encourage students to maintain a healthy balance between working, social activities and course work.
How much is tuition?
Currently tuition for SEU students pursuing an Associates or Bachelor’s degree is $11,910, which paid to SEU directly + an $80 resource fee paid to TBCØ.
Master’s tuition is found here.
Is financial aid available?
Students pursuing a degree from Southeastern University may be eligible for federal and state financial aid. Financial aid is NOT available for the non-degree program.
For more information, review these resources:
Students pursuing a degree program are eligible for a practicum scholarship of $1770.00. For more information please visit SEU.
The Belonging Co College currently does not offer any additional scholarships.
Is student housing available?
The Belonging Co College has no official student housing.
However, we have a limited number of background checked host homes that you can apply for. Rent and utilities are between you and the host home.
Upon acceptance to The Belonging Co College you will be added to our private Facebook Group to connect with other student looking for housing opportunities.
Alternatively there are several apartment complexes and rental opportunities in Nashville you can choose from.
Will I need a car?
It is advisable to have your own means of tranportation in most cases.