At Bethel, you’ll be challenged to think critically and creatively, to exceed the limits of what you thought yourself capable, and to combine your new knowledge with your God-given talents to make a difference in the world.
Because we believe you were made to accomplish incredible things.
You’ll work side-by-side with brilliant, experienced, dedicated professors on projects that reach far beyond the classroom. Your professors will be your mentors, advisors, and friends as you work to reach your goals.
of incoming Bethel undergrad students receive financial aid
financial aid given to Bethel students in 2014
$21,300 average salary difference between a person with a college degree and a person without one
It’s not just something we talk about. We work hard to understand Christ’s message and try our best to spread his love, every day.
We know this isn’t easy.
It asks a lot from each one of us. That’s why we don’t work at it alone. You'll join a community where we challenge each other to be better. We support each other. We take time to worship and learn at Vespers and Chapel because we want to, not because they’re required.
There's a lot going on at Bethel. And every day we're inspired to start something new. Clubs, sports, student events, service projects, study abroad programs, and leadership opportunities, to name a few. You'll have plenty of chances to discover your passions, do things you love, and build lifelong friendships.Find a place where you belong
of seniors rank their Bethel education good or excellent
Top 21 ranking among Midwest Universities- 2014 U.S. News Best Midwest Colleges
in U.S. News' "10 colleges where the most students study abroad"
April 16, 2015 | noon
Bethel’s strong accounting program led the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants to create a new scholarship.
April 13, 2015 | 1 p.m.
This year’s team earns top placements at state and national levels to cap the 88th Bethel Forensics season.
April 07, 2015 | 11 a.m.
David Horsager '95, GS'05, author of national bestseller The Trust Edge, gives lunch seminar through Work with Purpose initiative.
This site-specific installation of industrial to artisanel chain explores the inherent contradictions of its historical and contemporary use.
6:30 p.m. | Benson Great Hall
Raquel will play and sing works by Faure, Puccini, Mozart, and Granados among others.
8 p.m. | Benson Great Hall
Performing works for timpani, snare drum, xylophone, and marimba
10:15 a.m. | Benson Great Hall