Congratulations on your acceptance to Bethel College! We are excited to have you join this spirited community and look forward to the impact you are sure to have on the campus.
Take the next steps toward enrolling* at Bethel:
Complete your enrollment form and submit your $100 enrollment deposit* to reserve a spot in this year’s incoming class. You may also submit your $100 housing deposit if you will be living on campus.
Or, submit your housing deposit only (if you already selected registration day and submitted enrollment deposit).
To be considered for financial assistance, please complete your FAFSA between Oct. 1 and April 15. Include Bethel’s federal code: 001787.
Submit Official Transcripts and Test Scores
Go to the appropriate site for scores and transcripts: SAT, ACT, Transcripts. Any final high school or college transcripts must be submitted before you can receive financial aid or register for subsequent semesters.
If you are a first-time freshman and were accepted on self-reported SAT or ACT scores, official scores must be received or you may be placed in a provisional course related to your proficiency.
Please complete the following information at least 2-3 weeks prior to your registration day to ensure as personalized a course schedule as possible.
You will then meet with an academic advisor to finalize your schedule during your registration day.
Complete your Campus Profile (opens Feb. 5, 2018)
All traditional students (age 24 and under), whether residential or commuter, must complete the interactive 2018-2019 Campus Profile prior to attending a registration day. Please log in to My.BethelCollege.edu once the profile has opened, in order to:
If you need technical assistance, please contact the Help Desk at 574.807.7777.
This form must be submitted before you can move on campus or attend classes. Your physician must complete part of this form, so be sure to plan ahead if you need to schedule a physical.
*Bethel College adheres to the National Candidate Reply Date of May 1 for finalizing your enrollment decision. Enrollment and housing deposits for the fall semester are refundable until this date.
Please plan to attend a series of new student orientation activities held before classes begin. All new students are expected to participate in the week.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.: New Residential Students Move In
5 .pm.: President's Picnic, honoring all new students and families (a complimentary cookout for students and their 2 guests, additional reservations can be purchase beginning July 1)
Daytime Student Activities
A full schedule of the week will be linked to this page soon.