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"Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world." John 16:33

Bethel University adult undergraduate, seminary, and graduate programs focus on adult students and their specific goals and needs, including parenting while completing a degree. Parenting is hard work. Completing a college degree is hard work. Both require persistence and support networks as much as intelligence and money. But when trying to successfully parent and complete a degree, especially as a single parent, it can appear to be insurmountable.

To this end, Bethel offers opportunities designed for single parents to form relationships with other single parents; to form relationships with faculty; to attend short, presentations/discussions on Bethel, state, and federal resources; and encouragement to grow spiritually.

Our Mission

To design support systems enabling single parents to successfully complete their degree.

Our Vision

To help single parents succeed by offering opportunities designed for them to form relationships with other single parents; to form relationships with faculty and staff; and to grow spiritually.

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Join us for our next event

Free childcare is provided for all Bethel-sponsored events designated for single parents.

NOV 7 2019

CAPS/ SEM/ GS Single Parent Dinner and Dialogue

6 p.m.

Come connect with other single parents, enjoy dinner, and explore Strength Finders with program director, Nikki Daniels! Anderson Center ANC 304 (students) & 307 (childcare)

Contact Us

Your opinions matter. Let us know how Bethel faculty and staff can offer useful support during your journey in obtaining a degree through our Single Parent Student Survey.

Our Campus Ministry staff would also be glad to pray for you. You can submit your requests here, and they will be prayed for confidentially by Campus Ministries staff.

If you have any questions or would like more information, we'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at single-parent-support@bethel.edu. Or, you can reach Janna Collins at 651.635.8003 or Britt Olson at 651.635.8034.