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With more than 100 majors and programs of study, dozens of student-led clubs, extracurricular activities, and intramural sports, there's something at Bethel for you. Our community is informed by our intellect and our faith, and we think it's our best feature. We hope you think so, too.

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My professors at Bethel were not only influential during my time as a student, but they remain voices of inspiration, encouragement, and guidance fiver years later. Their friendship has been one of the greatest gifts of my education at Bethel.

Maren Telsey '09
Grad school: Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology

After taking the research proposal class, I knew exactly what I needed to do, and my advisor responded to me within a few days. This program did all it could to help me complete my thesis research and graduate!

Christopher Yuan '14
Current job: Speaker, Author, Teacher

While working with the Conservation Corps, I found that Bethel's Environmental Studies program gave me a lot more experience and made me more well-rounded than many of the other environmental studies students.

Kevin Berens '13
Current job: Park Overseer, Parks and Trails Division of Minnesota DNR

Before coming to Bethel I was already driven to pursue certain ultimate questions about human existence. For instance, questions about the meaning of life, the nature of the human person, the nature and objectivity of ethics, the existence of God, the problem of evil and suffering, and so on. When I came to Bethel as a philosophy major I felt like I had found a home. I found a supportive and caring community of people, among both fellow students and the faculty, with whom I could engage in shared philosophical enquiry into questions that are of great significance for human life.

David McPherson, Ph.D. '05
Current job: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Creighton University

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Events

FEB 24 2017

Another Antigone

7:30 p.m. Bethel Theatre

Performed February 23-March 5. Watch what happens when classical education collides with contemporary controversies in a college setting.

FEB 25 2017

Options in Health Sciences and STEM

9:30 a.m. Lundquist Community Life Center (CLC) for Check-In

Explore your options in the health sciences and STEM fields at Bethel University!

FEB 26 2017

Vespers

8 p.m. Benson Great Hall

A time of musical worship

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