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Campus Crusade Partnership

We are thankful for what you do with Campus Crusade, and we want to express our gratitude by offering you opportunities to deepen your knowledge and develop your skills as a leader. We understand that you're committed to your ministry. Whether you serve near one of our campuses or elsewhere, we have a way for you to pursue a seminary education right where you are.

Earn Seminary Credit

Bethel Seminary and Campus Crusade make it easy for staff members to earn seminary credit through Campus Crusade's New Staff Training program.

After completing New Staff Training, you can apply to receive the following course credits through Bethel Seminary:

New Staff Training Courses

Semester Credits

Bethel Seminary Equivalents

Inductive Bible Study Methods


BT Elective Credit

Bible Interpretation


BT Elective Credit

Biblical Communication


CP Elective Credit

Church History


HS Elective Credit

New Testament Survey


NT Elective Credit

Old Testament Survey


OT Elective Credit

God/Bible/Holy Spirit


TS Elective Credit



TS Elective Credit

Doctrine Survey


TS Elective Credit



PH Elective Credit

How to Apply

Receiving seminary credit for your New Staff Training courses is easy:

  • Send official transcripts from each school you have attended to:

    Bethel Seminary Office of Admissions and Recruitment
    3949 Bethel Drive
    St. Paul, MN 55112-6998

Requesting a Transcript

When Bethel Seminary has received your Campus Crusade application and all necessary transcripts, you'll receive Bethel Seminary credit for your New Staff Training coursework. For more information about requesting your Bethel Seminary transcript, visit the Office of the University Registrar.

Meet Our Team

We hope you'll choose to receive Bethel Seminary credit for your New Staff Training classes and will consider continuing your education through one of our degree programs. Please contact us for more information.

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