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Graduate Tuition & Financial Aid

Helping Bethel students manage their graduate school finances.

We’re here to help you fund your graduate education at Bethel. Although the responsibility for funding your degree rests on you, all students may apply for aid.

The Steps

  1. Review Financial Aid Timeline

    Follow to ensure you stay on track.

  2. Before you Apply

    Check out what you should do before applying for financial aid.

  3. Apply for Aid

    Get started on your FAFSA.

  4. After You're Offered Financial Aid

    Once you receive your Financial Aid package, there are just a few more steps to complete.

Types of Aid

Scholarships & Grants

Grants and scholarships are gift aid, meaning they don’t need to be repaid.


Student loan programs let you borrow money to help pay for your education. Repayment of most educational loans begins after you graduate. Because loans must be repaid, you should plan your borrowing carefully.

Military Benefits

Veterans and students currently serving in the military may be eligible for additional benefits from military programs.


Find everything you want to know about Bethel tuition and costs.