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A campus tour is a great way to determine whether Bethel College is right for you. Can’t make it to campus? Then join us on our virtual tour.

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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…

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

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?

Service Learning

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?

Common Ground

Undecided?

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.

    Senior Day Softball has its final home game, against Kansas Wesleyan, TODAY (April 25) starting at 2 p.m., with two seniors honored between games.

    Student Art Exhibit — featuring work by 46 students, in the Regier Gallery through April 28 (reception April 27); Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 2-4 p.m.

    Creativity across disciplines — Celebrate student research at the 2017 URICA Symposium all day Friday, April 28, starting with honors presentations, 11 a.m.; see the complete schedule.

    Surviving disaster — A small town struggles in the aftermath of World War I in the spring play Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, Fri.-Sat., April 28-29, 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.

    DEADLINE EXTENDED — If you forgot to apply for Summer Science Institute, the deadline has been extended to MAY 1.

    Apply today! — Attend a Kansas high school, Mennonite high school, or Mennonite church? In Upward Bound or AVID? Legacy student? You are guaranteed $50,000 in scholarship money.

      Haydn mass, Mozart piano concerto on program for annual Masterworks

      Annual URICA Symposium includes science, art, internships

      Final Wind Ensemble concert of year promises to be a prize winner

      Small Canadian town fights a battle in wake of war in Bethel spring play