Bethel nurses bravely serve as the hands and feet of Christ for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A graduate of Bethel’s 4/1 International Health/M.P.H. Program shares how COVID-19 has impacted his reasearch.
Arielle Grant ’16 celebrates the inherent worth of black women by publishing a picture book and opening a communal wellness space.
The Van and Jean Gates Welcome Center provides a space for prospective students to envision where their Bethel degree might take them.
Bethel University is focused on Strong Academics, Spiritual Formation, Mentoring and Relationships. Read about Alumni who experienced this on campus.
To celebrate the start of our first academic year as Bethel University, we are debuting a video project that was many months in the making. It features music from Dray Taylor ’17 and animation by Zac Nelson ’17.
Alumnus Dray Taylor ’17 wrote and performed a rap to celebrate Bethel’s change from college to university. Read the story behind the song.
Head Men’s Soccer Coach Thiago Pinto ’05, ’07, has a vision to develop an urban soccer ministry that provides the opportunity for Bethel players to form ongoing relationships with South Bend kids.
Corey Ringenberg ’19, who lives in Arizona, decided to pursue his Master’s in Business Administration from Bethel University online, and just graduated in May. Read about his experience and why he’d recommend Bethel’s online programs to others.
Bethel’s mission is to transform communities through Christ-centered graduates. Here, we feature several members of Bethel College’s final graduating class, before we become Bethel University on May 6. These outstanding seniors have been stretched, challenged and equipped to serve in their various disciplines. Read the greatest takeaways from their Bethel experiences, and what they plan to do after graduation.