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You've successfully submitted your 2014-2015 Financial Aid Application to Bethel University.

What's next? Apply for additional aid.

If you want to be considered for ALL types of financial aid, like need-based grants and loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

See step 2 on our How to Apply page for more about completing your FAFSA.

Are you eligible for additional scholarships?

The following scholarships require a separate application. If you meet the eligibility requirements, don't forget to submit the appropriate application.

Bethel Military Scholarship - New, regularly admitted, degree-seeking students who are, or have served, in the U.S. armed forces (includes Reserves and National Guard). Must be enrolled at least half time (6 or more credits) for the term.

Corporate Partnership Scholarship - Degree-seeking students who are employed by a Bethel University Corporate Partner and are enrolled for 6 or more credits for the term.

Frogtown/Summit-University Grant - Students living in the Frogtown/Summit-University area. Students must take at least 6 credits per semester, demonstrate financial need, and not already have a bachelor's degree.

Do you have special circumstances that affect your finances?

Eligibility for need-based financial aid is based on information collected in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA does not recognize unusual (i.e., not typical for a family in a normal year) and non-discretionary (i.e., out of one's control) situations. 

Families with special circumstances may submit an appeal form to have their need-based financial aid eligibility reviewed.

Have you submitted all your financial aid forms?

With your Bethel Community Account, you can check the status of your financial aid requirements anytime online through Blink [Student Services tab > Financial Aid Requirements channel]

When does Bethel begin awarding?

We'll begin awarding financial aid in May for the coming fall. Typically, students receive their award within 2 weeks of submitting all required application materials.