Montreat College was founded as a Christ-centered institution of higher learning in 1916. We’ve grown and changed a lot in that time, but we’ve always stayed true to our commitment to excellence in education and our Christian roots.
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The Registrar’s Office maintains all student records from the time of admission to graduation. They serve students, faculty, staff, and alumni by providing this information when necessary. The Registrar’s Office also assists through the registration process, audit student records for graduation, as well as a variety of other services.
The L. Nelson Bell Library is an integral part of Montreat College’s academic program. The staff, collection and services support the educational program and information needs of the faculty and students, both on and off campus.
We offer specific, community-wide support for:
The Montreat campus is home to Montreat College’s traditional four-year undergraduate program, as well as most of the college’s administration buildings. Nestled in a cove below the 6,000-foot peaks of the Appalachian Mountains, our Montreat campus is the perfect place to stretch your mind, deepen your faith, and prepare for your career.
Montreat College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges Southern Association of Colleges & Schools.