Campus News

Bethel Adds New Programs For Fall 2009

Bethel College will add several new areas of study to launch in the fall of 2009. According to Dr. Dennis Crocker, vice president

Bethel Presents Free Chamber Orchestra Concert

The Bethel College Chamber Orchestra will present a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Apr. 6, 2009 in the Middleton Hall of

Bethel to Host "Lectures in Philosophy"

Bethel College will host “Lectures in Philosophy” on Mar. 24 and 25, 2009, lead by Dr. Paul Moser. The first

Bethel Faculty & Staff to Learn American Sign Language

As part of National Deaf History Month, Bethel faculty and staff will have the opportunity to take a “crash” course

Record Amount of Financial Aid Available for Students Next Fall

Bethel College will award $9.1 million in financial assistance to students in the 2009-10 academic year. That’s a half

Bethel Offers New Concentrations in Public Relations, Journalism

The department of communication at Bethel College has restructured its course offerings to include new concentrations in public

Bethel Students Accepted to Purdue Calumet Undergraduate Research Conference

Two Bethel College students, Eric De Araujo and Emily Henry, have been accepted to present the results of their research papers

Bethel College Concert Choir to Perform with South Bend Symphony

The Bethel College Concert Choir will perform with the South Bend Symphony and the Notre Dame Chorale on Saturday, Apr. 4 at 8:00

Bethel's Department of Theatre Presents Its First Tap Show

Bethel College presents “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” by Richard Morris on Mar. 26 and 27 at 7:30 p.m. and Mar. 28 at

Bethel Professor to Speak on Breast Cancer

Lynne C. Cary, Ph.D., assistant professor of biochemistry, will give her lecture, “What’s Your Breakfast Got to Do