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Programs, Partnerships, and Resources

Bethel's commitment to diversity is evidenced by the programming, partnerships, and resources that provide support and development opportunities to all students and employees.

  • The Act Six Scholarship Program offers full-tuition scholarships to promising young urban leaders in a cohort mentoring model.
  • The BUILD Program is a two-year, residential certificate program for students with intellectual disabilities.
  • The George Floyd Scholarship supports the education of the next generation of diverse leaders.
  • The Frogtown-Summit University Partnership provides students with the opportunity to live, learn, serve, and engage with the Frogtown community in St. Paul. 
  • The Office of Accessibility Resources and Services ensures that students with disabilities have equal access and opportunity to the university and its programs. 
  • Our Intercultural Programs and Services exist to meet the needs of underrepresented students as they acclimate to college life, engage in campus activities, and grow academically and spiritually.
  • Our International Programs and Services support international and third culture students as they adjust to living and learning in the United States. 
  • The Shalom Seminar is a training for all new employees that provides a basic biblical understanding of reconciliation-shalom. It explores areas of needed growth often hidden from our awareness that keep God’s people from living remarkable Christianity and modeling reconciliation and a diverse community of shalom.