Campus News

Bethel College Presents Music from the Civil Rights Movement

Bethel College's music department is proud to present a concert featuring music from the Civil Rights Movement in honor of


MISHAWAKA, IN, JANUARY 26, 2006. - The 2006 edition of Who's Who among students in American Universities and Colleges will

Bethel College Dedicates Nurses

Bethel College Dedicates NursesJan. 21, 2006 at 2 p.m., Bethel dedicated 65 students in the ADN and BSN RN programs. Each student

The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank, one of the most widely acclaimed plays to ever grace the theatrical stage, will be presented by the

Bethel to Host MBA Information Meeting

Those interested in obtaining a Master of Business Administration degree from Bethel College may attend an MBA information

World Christian Action Conference at Bethel College

Bethel College will hold its 21st annual World Christian Action Conference January 17-20. The conference includes chapel services

Bethel College Founding Father, Seth A. Rohrer, Leaves a Legacy

Seth A. Rohrer, one of Bethel College's founders, went to be with the Lord Sunday, November, 13. Rohrer is survived by his

Derrick Pennix and Marilynn Ham Faculty Christmas Recital

On Friday, December 9, 2005 at 7:30p.m. Bethel College professors Marilynn Ham and Derrick Pennix will combine their piano and

With Heart and Soul and Voice

On Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3, Bethel College's Fine Arts Department will present its annual Christmas

Elkhart Campus Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Elkhart mayor David Miller and Bethel College President Dr. Steven Cramer, along with other local dignitaries will celebrate the