Bethel University has a history of offering comprehensive academics in a Christian-oriented environment that values spiritual and social development and service-learning activities.
Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Bethel University has been in existence for more than 140 years. Bethel University offers more than 100 bachelor’s and graduate degrees in such fields as:
- Biblical and Theological Studies
- Media Communications
- Modern World Languages
- Theatre Arts
- Youth Ministry
Bethel University also has a program that is specifically for adult learners who would like to complete or begin their bachelor’s, associate’s degree or professional certificate program.
Bethel’s seminary offers additional programs of study for those who would like to work in ministerial and pastoral professions.
Service learning is also a major part of a Bethel University education. Students regularly engage in internships, volunteer assignments, community service and other activities.
College life activities provide a creative, spiritual and social outlet. College life offerings include religious services, Bible study groups, performing arts activities and a variety of student clubs.
Bethel University admissions require SAT or ACT scores, a personal statement and an academic and religious reference. The minimum GPA required for admissions is 2.5.
Bethel University awards different types of tuition scholarships, including academic and talent scholarships, as well as private and state scholarships. Other types of financial aid include loans and grants.
Quick Facts about Bethel University, Minnesota
Large City Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
- Full-Time Undergrad Students
- Freshman Class
- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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