BSG special interest clubs and organizations provide students a place to express themselves through dance and art or dialogue about politics, social justice, and environmental issues. You don't need to be affiliated with a particular department, major, or career to join.
Want to get involved? Contact the student leader. Want to start a new special interests club? Contact Sam Olson.
The purpose of the Bethel Anime Club is to appreciate and increase understanding of Japanese animation and culture through the critical viewing and discussion of artistically valid and Bethel-appropriate works. The goal is to experience both the personal pleasure that comes from interaction with a good piece of art and the intellectual and spiritual stimulation and growth that occurs when things are seen from a different culture's perspective. Furthermore, the Bethel Anime Club desires that more people be introduced to and become appreciative of the world of Japanese animation.
Bethel University College Republicans exist to promote the principles, ideals, and thoughts of the Republican Party at Bethel University, and to aid in the success of Republican candidates and ideas in our area and Minnesota. We engage in these goals through regular meetings, speakers, political activism, service projects, and social events with like-minded conservatives within the Bethel community and across the metro area and state.
Creation Restoration is Bethel University's student led club with core values focused solely on caring for God's creation, especially how we as Bethel's faculty, students, and staff can "better" ourselves and the campus by moving in a more sustainable direction.
Our mission is to work together to raise awareness on a variety of topics surrounding disability, to break commonly held stereotypes, and create a community of inclusion and acceptance for all people.
GlobeMed at Bethel is a group of students that work towards global health equity through working in solidarity with non-profit partner organization: REDA, Rural Economic Development Association located in Cambodia. Our three fold model includes:
International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of violent oppression. The goal of Bethel's chapter is to raise our voices on behalf of victims of injustice through prayer and advocacy, to raise awareness on our campus and community of the reality of oppression in our world, and to raise support to enable IJM to rescue more victims of oppression.
Mu Kappa is a multicultural group on campus designed for missionary kids and international students. We have orientation and mentoring programs as well as other fun events throughout the year.
We are a competition/performance team for Bethel University. We participate in competitions around the cities, as well as perform at school events such as homecoming, football games, and some basketball games.