Founded in 1947 by a group of Missionary Church visionaries, the goal was to create leaders for the world. In the seven decades that have passed since then, we have succeeded in that mission! While some things have changed on campus, we've continued to be intentional as we guide students along in their spiritual journey and path to academic success in some key ways:
- Spiritual formation of our students is about creating a holistic approach for each student's spiritual journey and personal discovery. That begins with being true to God and his word.
Mentoring is a part of the Bethel community where students have opportunities to connect with their peers, faculty, staff and even alumni. At Bethel, students build lifelong relationships that will continue well past graduation.
Academics in over 50 areas of study provide students opportunities to explore, grow and prepare for their future careers. Each field of study is rich with knowledgeable professors seeking the success of our students
Every fall, students return to campus ready to grow and ready to engage in experiences that will shape them for their future roles in the world. From undergraduate programs that train nurses to sign language interpreters to musicians to athletes, our students impact the world. Our students are offered many opportunities through task force trips, internships and, finally, in their careers.
We are able to offer more grad courses now than in the past through an expanded online program. Bethel University offers graduate programs online, on campus and some as hybrids. We offer master's degrees in business administration (Online MBA), education (including Master's in Education Online, a school administrator license, Special Education Licensure Online, Transition to Teaching Licensure Program - On campus (evening courses), Master of Reading and Literacy Online, Online Masters Degree in Educational Leadership), ministry (Master of Ministry Degree Online), Nursing (,Educator's track and Administrator track), Teaching, Theological Studies (Master of Ministry and Master of Arts in Theology).
The experiences don't end when students leave campus. In our Bethel Community Stories section, we share stories about our alumni, as well as reports on current students, donors, faculty, staff and friends who we hope provide inspiration and seeds of wisdom.
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We are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education. Federal Student Aid (FSA), an office of the U.S. Department of Education, makes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form and assistance available to the public for free at fafsa.gov.
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