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We know that many students wonder if they can afford a private college education. Tuition and other school costs may seem like too much, however financial aid is available to help lower that cost. Last year, Bethel gave out more than $33 million in institutional grants and scholarships and more than 90% of incoming new students received financial aid at Bethel.

You have a financial aid counselor to guide you through the financial aid process and help you determine how to pay for college. We're committed to giving you the best possible aid package based on your financial need.

Merit-based scholarships and need-based aid is offered after filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please review our dates and deadlines for the timeline of packaging financial aid for new and returning students.

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Costs for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Costs for the 2021-2022 Academic Year (not yet available)

Getting an estimate. Get a quick look at what your costs and financial aid could be at Bethel.


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