General Application Process
The application process is different for each path. Below are descriptions of each student type to help you choose the right application for you.
- Undergraduate Student: This is the most common route after graduating high school (or receiving your GED) and takes at least three or four years to complete.
- Adult Degree Student: A high school graduate who has been or wants to be in the workforce and is returning to school to start or finish an undergraduate or graduate degree.
- Transfer Student: At this point, you have completed at least one hour of college credit after graduating from high school.
- Graduate Student: A person who has been awarded an undergraduate academic degree by completing a course of study or training and is seeking a post-graduate degree.
- International Student: A person who wants to come to the United States to enroll in a degree-seeking program.
- Dual Enrollment Student: This is for qualified high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit while fulfilling their high school graduation requirements.
- Early Admission: This is for qualified students who wish to enter college at the end of their junior year of high school.
- Active Military or Veteran: A veteran or active military looking to start or finish a degree. You may qualify for tuition assistance.
- Transient Students: Someone enrolled in a different university who wishes to take a course at Bethel for credit.
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?
Where can I find additional information for Financial Aid (Award Limits, Satisfactory Academic Progress, etc.)?
When do I request a Parent Plus Loan?