College is one of life’s great beginnings, and admissions is where it all starts. Even if you’re not sure what you want to do, Bethel University is here to help you become who you want to be.Apply Now
Below, you'll find out how to apply, how to set up a campus tour, get an introduction to student life, and how to calculate tuition costs.
Students enroll from all over the world and at different points in their lives. To help us guide you down the right path, choose the application process that fits you best.Find out More
We'd love to meet you! Schedule a tour to get the full Bethel experience. You can walk around the campus, interact with students, and receive a first-hand look at everything our college has to offer.
Hendrix Scholarship Competition
The Hendrix Scholarship is Bethel's most prestigious academic scholarship. It is awarded annually to the winner of the Hendrix Scholarship Competition.Learn More Here!
While you're here, cheer on the Wildcats during one of the many athletic events happening on campus.
Arrive an English major and leave a singer. Renaissance is where you can do both. Students who participate in Renaissance, Bethel’s Performing Arts Experience, earn scholarships for participating in Vocal, Theatrical, Instrumental, and Production programs while earning a degree in the major of their choice.
From ministry life to Greek life, there’s always something to do for everyone. And if it doesn’t exist, we’ll help you create it.
Tuition and Fee Information
Researching tuition and fee information can be a bit overwhelming, but we've simplified the process. Here you'll find general cost information regarding scholarships for undergraduates, the official Federal Student Aid application, as well as information on the federal government and state scholarships.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you're searching for additional information quickly, we've compiled the most helpful frequently asked questions below.
How do I get back to my Bethel University online admissions application?
I took courses at another university over the summer; where should I have transcripts of these courses sent?
What are my methods for payment?
What is the ePortal?