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Costs & Financial Aid

Your college education is an investment, but you don’t need to pay for it alone. Almost all of our incoming freshman receive scholarships or other forms of financial aid. Apply for financial aid to see all the support you’ll receive.

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Consider Total Cost

When comparing college tuition, it’s helpful to consider factors like how many years you’ll be in school and job placement after graduation.

How does Bethel compare? The majority of Bethel students finish in 4 years, but it takes 6 years at most state colleges. That means Bethel grads have 2 more years of earning power and a 2-year head start in their careers.

As for job placement? The unemployment rate for recent Bethel grads is really low—only 0.6%. That’s well below the national rate for college graduates.

View Tuition and Costs

Explore All Scholarships

We're committed to giving away millions in gift aid each year to incoming students so costs don't stand in the way of your Bethel degree.

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Estimate Your Aid

90% of incoming Bethel students receive financial aid. Find out how much you could get with our financial aid estimator.

Estimate Your Aid

Questions? Ask Your Counselor

Your counselor is here to support you every step of the way. They’ll set up a meeting with one of our financial aid experts to make sure you’re getting the most aid available.

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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