Lydia Klassen ’15, studied psychology at Bethel with the goal of developing a career in counseling. Klassen always had a heart for missions and counseling but never knew how she would be able to pursue both.
Bethel University took a group of eleven students to Georgia and Alabama, March 6-12, 2022, to experience civil rights history.
Throughout Bethel’s 75-year history, the university has depended on the generosity of faithful supporters to fund student scholarships and areas of immediate need through the Bethel Fund, as well as capital projects, like buildings and program expansions. There are many ways individuals can get involved in giving and serving during their lifetime, and there are also ways to make a gift that will leave a legacy for generations to come.
Bethel University’s women’s golf team made program history when they won the NCCAA National Championship in the fall of 2021.
Bethel University’s Baseball Team volunteered with SCORE International, in exchange for a field to practice on, while traveling for a tournament trip.
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This year was the 20th anniversary of Operatic Irregulars. Twenty-one alumni from the last 20 years returned to perform scenes from nine operas for a reunion and retrospective.