Supplement your Bethel College awards with federal and state funds or campus employment to help pay for your college education.
Your eligibility for need-based aid is determined by the data you submit on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Your maximum amounts and types of federal grants and loans , Kansas aid and work study eligibility are also determined by the FAFSA. Specific deadlines and distribution policies apply.
- April 1 FAFSA deadline to receive state aid
- 001905 Bethel College FAFSA code
- Annual completion of the FAFSA is required
You may choose to apply any work study earnings to charges for your college degree once you’ve established a proven Bethel work history. Most work study jobs are between 8-10 hours per week and located on the Bethel campus. You’ll be paid monthly at current minimum wage. Review open positions and complete your student employment application in Career Services.
What if I need additional funds?
If you have used all your available government aid and still need additional funds to help pay for school, alternative loans (alternative to government loans) may be available through different lenders.
Fast Choice provides a list of lenders our students used last year. You are welcome to use other lenders as well. We do not recommend one lender over another. These loans are generally more expensive than government loans.
Ready to invest in your future?
- Complete your application to start the scholarship awarding process.
- File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This federal form determines your eligibility for state and federal funds by analyzing income and asset data. Bethel College’s FAFSA code is 001905.
- Contact Clark Oswald, director of financial aid, with any questions or for a free financial aid counseling session.
- Review the net price calculator to get an idea of your available aid.
Applications for federal funds (Perkins Loans, Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants, Pell Grants and work study employment) should be completed before the beginning of the fall semester. Late applications will be accepted with no guarantee that funds will be available at registration and fee payment time. Applications should be completed and turned into the Office of Financial Aid.
Half of the financial aid award is applied to each semester. Prior-year accounts must be paid in order to receive your financial aid award for the current year. The Perkins Loan will be credited to your account after you sign the promissory note. The Direct Loans are paid by check or electronic fund transfer and applied to your account.
Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) are also available. These loans are made to parents rather than students and repayment begins 60 days after the loan has been made. If you plan to take advantage of either a Direct or a PLUS loan, you must complete an application form and return it to the Bethel College Office of Financial Aid.