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Student Life

Voth Hall

Built in 2000 and available to all returning students, Voth Hall is a tight-knit community located on the east side of the Bethel College campus.

The three-story building houses 50 women and 40 men, separated into five wings. Each suite, with a maximum capacity of four, boasts a private bathroom, bunkable/loftable beds, desks, desk chairs, wardrobes, two chests of drawers and resident-controlled central heat and air.

Voth Hall is famous for large, bright rooms with big windows and for its convenient access to all other residence halls. Voth Hall has five TV lounges, private study rooms, vending machines, an ice machine and an elevator, and is the only hall that boasts its own sand volleyball pit.

There are four Residence Life staff members in Voth Hall. The professional staff person is the Resident Director (RD), who lives in Voth Hall. There are three Community Assistants (CAs) in Voth Hall to help facilitate a sense of community. The staff plans and presents programs throughout the year to help foster educational and social skills.

Meet your Community Assistants

Abby Kurtzer - I am a senior psychology major from Haxtun, Colorado. I enjoy watching Netflix in my down time, reading novels and hiking in the beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park. This is my second year playing volleyball as a Thresher. It’s my first year being a CA and I am looking forward to helping incoming students make successful transitions to campus life at Bethel, and giving current students any advice they may require. I’m excited for a great year!

Dominick Geddert - I am a sophomore from Fresno, California, double majoring in psychology and nursing. This will be my first year as a CA, and I am excited to be actively engaged with the Bethel community. When not in class or in the residence hall, you will often find me on the Green playing Ultimate® Frisbee® with friends.

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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.