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Bethel is a place where you are always welcome. Our community of nearly 3,000 students shares a commitment to developing our God-given talents so we can accomplish incredible things—inside and outside the classroom.

We are committed to making your admission and transition to Bethel as smooth as possible. Our transfer admissions counselor is ready to help you learn more about Bethel and the steps you need to take to become a Bethel student. 

Our unique Transfer Level System may be used to exempt you from additional requirements based on the number of credits you transfer to Bethel.

Transferring Credits to Bethel

We value the experience you bring to Bethel. Using our Transfer Evaluation System (TES), you’ll find that many of your previous courses will transfer to Bethel to fulfill our requirements.

Transfer Application Process

Once you are ready to apply you can start our transfer application process.

Your First Week at Bethel

Welcome Week is your official start at Bethel, and we’ve planned special events just for transfer students!

Your First Semester at Bethel

Your first semester, you can take a course designed just for you – Introduction to Life at Bethel. You’ll work closely with a faculty member who’s knowledgeable and experienced in working with transfer students. You’ll also:

  • Get to know other transfer students
  • Explore common issues of transition, personal strengths, and community
  • Learn about resources to support you and help make the most of your time at Bethel

Your Years at Bethel

During your first semester at Bethel, you’ll meet with a transfer advisor to ensure your transfer of credits and review the General Education requirements you have met through transfer or exemption. Your transfer advisor will then connect with your faculty academic advisor, who’ll help you plan your schedule for the next semesters.

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.

Become a Bethel student

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