Bethel is committed to making college affordable for our students and has continued to increase the total amount of financial aid given to students.
In the past 8 years, we've more than doubled the amount of scholarships and grants to $32 million and this year, we reset tuition and aid at the seminary.
At Bethel, 99% of incoming undergrad students seeking degrees receive financial aid. The average financial aid award: $18,000.
Financial aid is available in most our programs—undergrad, adult undergrad, graduate, and seminary.
Talk to your enrollment counselor to learn more about your financial aid options.
$46.3 million gift aid Bethel students received from all sources last year
average gift aid received by Bethel undergrad students who demonstrated need
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