Campus News

Recession Ups Enrollment in Online Courses

The first online course offered in Bethel College’s Adult Studies program, a summer geography course, was so popular that

Local Group Collects What's Left in Students' Lockers

Students throughout the area are helping their classmates, and there's a good chance they don't even know it. One group is

Bethel Gives Out More than 200,000 in Scholarships

After three days of competitive Bible quizzing, Bethel College awarded more than 200,000 in scholarships to young quizzers. It

Vice President's Role Expands to Meet Bethel's Growth Demands

For 23 years, Dennis Engbrecht, Ph.D. has served Bethel well as Vice President of Student Development. For much of that time he

Bethel Nursing Professor Receives Prestigeous Award

Deborah Gillum, associate dean of the Bethel College School of Nursing, recently received the Golden Lamp Award at the Rush

Bethel Professors Receive "Forty Under 40" Award

Peter McCown, Ph.D., assistant professor in business, and Ted Bryant, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, recently received

You're Invited to a Book Release Party with Bethel Professor Terry Linhart

In celebration of his recently published book, “Evangelism Remixed,” Bethel Professor Terry Linhart, Ph.D. with

Midwest Senior Badminton Championships Postponed

The Midwest Senior Badminton Championships scheduled to take place on May 29-31 at Bethel College has been postponed. Event

Bethel Adds Scholarship Opportunities for Next Two Academic Years

Bethel College has added several new scholarships in light of the struggling economy. More than $9 million in financial

Roosevelt Teacher and Bethel Alumna Called to Afghanistan

  Heidi Miller, a kindergarten teacher at Roosevelt K-2 Primary School for the past three years, will be packing up her