Campus News

Bethel Partners with Indiana Wesleyan to Create 4-1 International Health Program

Bethel College has entered into an agreement with Indiana Wesleyan University to provide a 4-1 program in international health. Students can earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just five years by beginning the Master of Public Health (MPH) program at IWU during their senior year in Bethel’s International Health program.

Bethel Pilots Step Forward into Competitive Cheer

Bethel Athletics is pleased to announce that their traditional coed cheerleading program, which has served as a valuable member of the Bethel College Athletic Department, will be taking a step forward into the realm of competitive cheer. BC's current cheer coach, Alyssa Howell, will guide the program through the transition.

Three Rugby Players Selected for National Team Identification Camp

Three Bethel rugby players were among 57 student-athletes invited by USA Rugby to attend the AIG Men's Collegiate All-Americans identification camp.

Bethel College Ranked No. 2 in the Nation as a Best Value Christian College

Bethel College is ranked number two on the national list of “50 Best Value Christian Colleges and Universities.” The ranking was compiled by Christian Universities Online and highlights Christian schools with the best “return on investment.”

Employer registration open for annual career and internship fair

Employer registration is now open for the Bethel College career and internship fair, to be held Wednesday, March 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Wiekamp Athletic Center on Bethel’s campus. Registration is free and open to employers seeking to fill internships and salaried positions.

Bethel and WorkOne Offer Hospitality and Tourism Training Program

Bethel College and WorkOne are partnering to offer a new session of their successful Hospitality and Tourism Training Program. The session will begin on Jan. 23 and run through Feb. 10 with classes at the WorkOne office on Marietta Street in South Bend. WorkOne covers the cost of the training for all participants.

Homeless Combat Veterans Gather for Christmas Meal at Bethel

Residents from the Robert L. Miller, Sr., Veteran’s Center will gather for a special Christmas dinner in the Bethel College Dining Commons on Saturday, Dec. 17. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski will be the guest speaker.

Education Department Receives Continuing Accreditation

The Bethel College Education Department recently received accreditation for all of its programs through 2023, based on the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards. All accreditation standards were met, with no stipulations.

Students and Faculty Plan for New Unity Garden on Campus

Bethel College students, faculty and staff are joining together to create a “free to pick” garden on Bethel’s campus. The project is a collaboration with South Bend Unity Gardens, the college’s Enactus student team, and individual faculty who are passionate about beginning a garden on campus.

Bethel Student Recognized for “Realizing the Dream”

Bethel College student Lacey Miller was recently recognized as one of Indiana’s 31 sophomores who is “Realizing the Dream” as a first-generation college student.