Did you know...? Money Magazine ranked Bethel as one of the “Best Colleges for Your Money,” based upon 18 measures in three areas: educational quality, affordability and career earnings.
Thank you for considering Bethel College! Whether you are applying to college for the first time or considering transferring from another school, you can explore more about taking your next steps here.
A campus visit is the best way to determine whether a school is the right fit for you. We offer individual visits every weekday as well as large group visit days each semester.
Review all the information we'll need for your file and complete an online application now to be considered for admission. The application fee is waived if you apply online.
Explore Your Major
Maybe you have a specific major in mind or perhaps you're still deciding what career path you’d like to pursue. Bethel offers more than 50 different areas of study to choose from. Explore your options.
Discover ways to get connected. From clubs and organizations to service opportunities and cross-cultural experiences, there’s a reason why Bethel’s called a spirited community.
Financing Your Education
Bethel is committed to partnering with you and your family to make college affordable. Learn more about scholarships and applying for financial assistance.
Congratulations! You’re on the right path. Now take the next steps toward enrolling at Bethel.
We understand the transition from another college or university is a different process than coming straight from high school. Get answers to some of your specific questions about transferring.
If you’ll require an F1 visa to attend Bethel, you’re considered an international student. Learn about the application and enrollment process.
2CU is a partnership between Bethel College and Ivy Tech Community College – South Bend that enables students to pursue Christian higher education at a fraction of the cost than might be expected. Find out if you may qualify.
REACH is a dual enrollment program for high school juniors and seniors who wish to earn college credit at a reduced tuition rate while still in high school. Both on-campus and online courses are available. Learn more about the benefits of REACH.