The Office of Institutional Data and Research collects, analyzes, and converts data into accurate and consistent information useful for decision-making processes within the university.
The purpose of the Office of Institutional Data and Research is to assist campus decision-making and planning in areas such as admissions, financial aid, enrollment management, staffing, student life, finance, academic affairs, and alumni relations. We support the Bethel University vision through the collection and interpretation of institutional data and creation of strategic reports across the university.
Wondering what Bethel University's all-year enrollment over time is? What about the Bethel student profile? Take a look at the Bethel Databook for more information.We invite you to review Bethel University's Common Data Set for information regarding a enrollment, degrees conferred, admissions, academic offerings student life, annual expenses, instructional faculty and class size.
Curious about the number of Bethel students who continue on to complete a degree and how long it takes? How about the average amount of debt each student carries after graduation? Check out our Student Outcomes for more information.
Questions about the data we provide? Contact the Office of Institutional Data and Research.