Bethel University Earns Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award
McKenzie, TN - Bethel University has earned the Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award for 2017-2018.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) selects award-winning schools annually based on their demonstrated progress in pursuing character-driven athletics. The Champions of Character Scorecard measures growth and commitment in five key areas, including character training, academic focus, character recognition, character promotion, and conduct in competition. This year, 171 NAIA institutions earned the Five-Start Institution Award.
Bethel Director of Athletics Dale Kelley said, "We are honored to be recognized as a Champions of Character Five-Star School once again. We are extremely proud of our coaches, student athletes, administrators and staff for this achievement. It reflects what we feel is the most important aspect of competition – character. We represent our institution with the five core values of the Champion of Character as our mantra."
Bethel University, established in 1842, is a private school affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. To learn more about the university or its 26 intercollegiate and club sports, go to http://www.bethelathletics.com