Scientists, mathematicians, communicators, business students, social workers and psychologists-unite! Join an academic club or honor society to network, serve the community, build friendships, and learn about career options. Want to get involved? Contact the student leader.
Bethel Business and Economics Association (BBEA)
The Bethel Business and Economics Association seeks to equip, prepare, and enhance the business student's acumen through a variety of mediums including site visits, panel discussions, resume help, mock interview workshops, and social gatherings.Jasmine Kirchner, Student Leader
Bethany Opsata, Advisor
Bethel Student Nurses' Association (BSNA)
The Bethel Student Nurses' Association aims to build bridges between the Nursing Department and the general Bethel population to help better serve our surrounding areas. We also strive to build community within the Nursing program.
Bethel Student Social Work Association (BSSWA)
BSSWA supports student-led initiative both locally and globally, represents the voice of students within Bethel’s Social Work Program, and promotes fellowship and community through social, service, and advocacy events both within the Social Work department in collaboration with like-minded clubs interested in social issues.
Bethel University Student Athletic Trainers Society (BUSATS)The mission of the Bethel University Student Athletic Training Society (BUSATS) is to further the education and professionalism of its members by providing educational and networking opportunities and creating a cohesive, Christ-centered community among Bethel University athletic training majors.
Chemistry ClubMolly Magnuson, Student Leader
Mitchell Maddox, Advisor
Our goal is to grow in our skills and deploy design as a means to connect with others and engage the world through meaningful projects and initiatives.Allegra Rose Burger, Student Leader
Jessica Henderson, Advisor
Lambda Pi Eta (Communication Honor Society)
A student organization that works to better prepare students interested in medicine by providing invaluable opportunities such as volunteering, mentorship, and answering any questions about the path to and beyond graduate school.
Psychology Club aims to further stimulate student interest in the field of psychology, provide opportunities for guest speakers/panels/group discussions, be a source of information for the students of psychology, encourage student research and presentations, and facilitate student-faculty interaction.Jessica Schutte and Michael Ryan, Student Leaders
Ruth Nelson, Advisor
Sigma Zeta (Math and Science Honor Society)
Sigma Zeta seeks to honor the scholarship and achievements of math and science students while providing opportunities to interact with students, faculty, and experts in various disciplines.Tony Larson and Aeli Olson, Student Leaders
Becky Seaberg, Advisor
Women in Physics and Engineering (WPE)
Women in Physics and Engineering (WPE) fosters a community and sense of belonging to the present and future women within the department.
Want to start a new academic club? Contact Kelsey Spies.