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Top campus resources to help you in the new semester

As the 2019 spring semester begins, many students are looking for a fresh start. Belmont has resources available to get involved and stay connected around campus all semester long.

Belmont GPS: Growth and Purpose for Students. GPS — now located in the Heron Hall basement — provides coaches who can help students find their unique passions and mold their Belmont experience around them. Whether you’re looking to decide on or change your major, add a minor or create a four-year academic plan, coaches are open to talk at any time, not only during advising.

In addition to coaching sessions, GPS also holds “Compass Convocations” every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. in the GPS office.

Belmont University Career Development Team The Career Development team offers services for all students as well as specialized resources for different departments and majors. In general, the team helps students connect with jobs and internships through recruiters and career fairs. The team also offers one-on-one career coaching sessions.

The main career development office is located in the Gabhart Student Center.

Handshake Handshake is a website and app that connects college students with jobs, internships and other opportunities nationwide. It’s free to join if you sign in with your Belmont email.

Bruin Link Bruin Link serves as the one-stop shop for all Belmont student organizations. Organizations can post events, meeting times and other information on Bruin Link, and the site also provides information on how to join organizations or start your own, along with connecting you with other members and advisers.

More information regarding these resources can be found on the Belmont University website or the MyBelmont portal.

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This article written by Rob Redel and Rachel VanDoren. 

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