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Scholarships are monetary gifts that don't have to be repaid, and they are meant to celebrate you! You might receive a scholarship for your academic achievement, special talent, act of service, personal history, or something more.

Nearly all incoming students receive some form of scholarship funds. Below, you can find more information about the scholarships available for the 2022-2023 school year. Scholarship information for 2023-2024 will be coming soon!

Academic Scholarships

Faith-Related Scholarships

Identity Scholarships

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Finding External Scholarships

We always recommend looking for scholarship options outside of Bethel, too. Check with your church, look around your community, and ask parents or relatives if their employers offer any scholarship opportunities. In addition to searching locally, check out scholarship search engines like those below:

Cappex.com Sallie Mae Scholarship Search
Fastweb ScholarshipExperts.com
FinAid! Scholarship Search Tuition Funding Sources
Honest Product Review U.S. News Scholarship Search
Niche.com College Financial Aid Advice

You can also find links to a variety of scholarships that Bethel students have applied for on our private scholarship resources page.

Scholarship Tips

Here are some additional scholarship-related resources from the Bethel Blog! Learn about finding the right scholarships, how to write your best application essays, and more.

If you have questions about scholarships or financial aid, don't hesitate to get in touch with our financial aid team.

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Additional Information

Bethel grants and scholarships will be reduced if your total gift aid from all sources exceeds the total cost of tuition, fees, room, board, books, and supplies. Bethel grants and scholarships also require a minimum of half time enrollment in courses required for graduation.

To maintain your Bethel grants and scholarships, you must remain in good academic standing and be working toward your first bachelor degree. Scholarships will be pro-rated if you are enrolled less than full time. Our financial aid terms and conditions page provides detail on eligibility and expectations.

If you have any questions about these policies and how they could impact your financial aid, don't hesitate to contact your financial aid counselor!