Tyler joins thousands of new Bruins for citywide service during orientation at Belmont University

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Chloe Tyler of Murrieta joined 2,000 other new Belmont University freshman and transfer students during Towering Traditions orientation this year for “SERVE,” an opportunity to complete community service together throughout the greater Nashville area.Many of the local metro schools, Nashville General Hospital at Meharry, Legacy Mission Village and nearly 50 other local organizations received aid from Belmont students during the annual Welcome Week program.Each year, new students at Belmont University are provided with the opportunity to volunteer their time and dive into the special community of Nashville with more than 200 upperclassmen student leaders accompanying them. Students spent the day helping with tasks such as organizing hospital supplies, applyi
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