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Enroll - Next Steps for Accepted Students

Congratulations, you’ve been accepted! In order to prepare for your time at Bethel, there are steps you need to take to complete your enrollment. Below is an overview of what you'll need to do before you begin your journey at Bethel.

Pay Your Enrollment Deposit

Your $300 enrollment deposit saves your spot at Bethel. Log in to Blink to pay your enrollment deposit. It’s fully refundable up until May 1.

Submit Your Housing Application

Once you pay your enrollment deposit, you can complete your housing application which lets us know you're living on campus. Housing selection is based on when students submit their housing application.

Complete Your Enrollment Checklist

Each student will have an enrollment checklist on their Blink homepage. The checklist is specific to each student and will update as items are needed and completed.

Go to Blink to complete your enrollment checklist:

  • Academic Registration Information Form
  • Financial Aid
  • Health Forms
  • Tuition Payment

How do I register for classes?

The Academic Registration Information Form will capture your academic interests and class preferences.

You’ll also enter all completed college level work and anything you are currently completing. It’s very important that you send official college level transcripts or test scores (IB, CIS, AP, PSEO, or CLEP) as soon as they are completed or scores are received.

After completing the form, you’ll be notified if Math or Language Testing is required depending on your academic requirements. Based on your responses on the Academic Registration Information Form, expert faculty and staff will build your schedule.

The Academic Registration Information Form will become available to you on April 1. If you submit your form by May 15, you should receive your schedule by June 15.  Forms received after this point will be processed throughout the summer.

Advising appointments, for schedule changes or questions, will be available before your term starts.  Information regarding these appointments will be included when you receive your schedule.

We're here to help along the way! Contact your admissions counselor with any questions.

Admissions Features

Majors and Minors

Take a look at our majors and minors to see if Bethel has the right program for you.

Financial Aid

Last year, Bethel gave out $30 million in financial aid to help students pursue their education. Learn more about the financial aid available to you.

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