Campus News

Workday Doesn't End for a Few Volunteer Bethel Students

Bethel College students will finish a project that started on their annual workday October 3, 2006. A roof was being built over a

Ex-Muslim Terrorist Walid Shoebat speaks at Bethel College

Ex-muslim terrorist Walid Shoebat will speak on unmasking terror, Sunday, October 8 at 6:00 p.m. in the Everest-Rohrer

Bethel College Students Volunteer a Day of Community Service

Bethel College students will leave campus October 3, 2006, to help the community with many different service projects. They meet

New Bethel College Students Help with Mishawaka Service Projects

New Bethel College students meet with Rick Springer, Mishawaka City Landscaper, and his staff at Beutter Park around 9:00 a.m. on

Prairie Camp Teens Help Community With Service Projects

Prairie Camp Teens grades 6-12 will be departing Prairie Camp Thursday, August 3, 2006 at 9:30 a.m. to help the community with

Bethel Sends Task Force Team to Aid Katrina Relief Efforts

MISHAWAKA, IN, October 10, 2005 – Bethel College sent out a team of 92 students, staff and faculty members to Pascagoula,

Bethel College takes in Nursing Student from Hurricane Katrina

Delgado Community College in New Orleans has over 1,000 nursing students with approximately 300 ADNs (Associate Degree in

Bethel College Aids Katrina Victims at Sister Colleges

MISHAWAKA, IN, September 6, 2005 – Hurricane Katrina not only affected the residents of the South, but also the local colleges