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Residence Hall Options

The residence halls at Bethel offer a variety of living styles, options and alternatives. More than just a place to stay, they help foster a sense of community, mutual respect and growth of student into young professionals.

Bethel maintains three residence halls, each of which offers its own personality and charm. All are located within easy walking distance of each other. All rooms have network connections with access to the Internet and campus e-mail.

Each facility has a resident director specifically trained and educated for his or her position who lives in the building in order to ensure a healthy, comfortable living arrangement for all students. They supervise a student staff of resident assistants (RAs), carefully selected for their ability to advise and help other residents in everyday situations. Residence Life staff serve as role models and facilitators, offer assistance and support achievement of individuals as well as the community. RAs play a key role in creating an environment conducive to academic, personal and social growth among their fellow students.

Haury Hall

Double occupancy rooms in the traditional residence hall format. Each wing features 30 double-occupancy rooms lining both sides of a hall, with residents sharing common showers and restrooms. Haury’s unique features include a communal fireplace, sun-deck and general open community feel. A game room and The Hub, a lounge area, are located on the lower level.

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Voth Hall

This attractive, three-story building, completed in summer 2000, has four-person suites, each with a private bathroom and two bedrooms.

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Warkentin Court

Modular, apartment-style living for groups of seven to nine students who share a bathroom and common living area (available to transfer and returning students only).

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About Bethel

As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.