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Pay less, earn sooner
Almost two out of three state university graduates will pay substantially more for their college education than Bethel students. Do the math…
For 125 years, Bethel has provided excellence in the classroom combined with quality out-of-class learning opportunities, immersing you in hands-on activities where your experience is at the heart of the learning process. Where would you like to put your knowledge to work?
Did you know?
Based on return on investment, Bethel ranks ahead of Wichita’s public university and is the only Kansas private college ranked in Forbes.com. Who else ranks Bethel at the top of their list?
Serve regional communities with teammates. Spend spring break assisting hurricane victims. Travel to developing countries to learn and serve. Earn scholarships for dedication to service. How will you make your community, your world a better place?
A recent survey found 93% of employers agreed that a candidate’s capacity to think critically, communicate clearly and solve complex problems is more important than undergraduate major. Learn how our NEW Undecided Major program can prepare you for your first job and next career.
Challenge yourself — The five student-directed one-acts brought to you by seniors Josh Lewis, Greg Parham and Will Shoup will make you think (recommended for mature audiences only): Thurs. and Fri., May 5-6, 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.
Get your YAWP! on — The spring 2016 issue of YAWP!, Bethel’s literary magazine, is now available at Thresher Shop.
Senior Art Show — Graphic design by Sondra Buller, jewelry by Xi Cheng, ceramics and mixed-media photos by Erin Doerksen and prints by Claire McStravick are now on display in the Regier Art Gallery; reception is Fri., May 20, 7-9 p.m., with gallery hours Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sun., 2-4 p.m.
Award presentation — The second Goering Music Award will be presented to Rupert Hohmann this Sunday, May 8, during the Masterworks concert, which features works by Beethoven and Bruckner; 3 p.m. in Mem Hall.
Are you ready for Mudslam? — Hoping for warmer weather on Sunday afternoon, May 15, beginning at 1:30.
Creativity across disciplines — Celebrate student research at the annual URICA Symposium all day Friday, May 6, on campus.