A newly-renovated, grant-funded space is making a big difference for students in Bethel University’s Kinesiology programs.
Bethel University celebrated its 75th birthday during Homecoming weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, on campus. Check out a gallery of photos from the event.
Barb Bellefeuille, Ed.D., promises to protect Bethel’s purpose, people and place during her presidential inauguration on Sept. 10, 2022. Bellefeuille is Bethel University’s eighth president and first female to serve in the highest leadership role.
Since 1947, Bethel University has relied on God’s provision to move the university forward, with Christ at the Helm. Take a look back as we celebrate the past and prepare for a promising future.
For alumnus Cameron Nagle ’22, starting a podcast in his basement as a Bethel student has led to big opportunities — including an in-person summit with top executives, and a job in California, working alongside entrepreneur Patrick Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
The Van and Jean Gates Welcome Center provides a space for prospective students to envision where their Bethel degree might take them.
Board Chairman Randy Lehman ’82 shares about Bethel’s historic decision to change its name to Bethel University.
Paqui and Brian Kelly are passionate about supporting educational, heath care and community initiatives through the Kelly Cares Foundation. That’s why they chose to support the renovation of Bethel’s largest lecture hall on campus, which will primarily be used as a classroom for nursing and science lectures.
When New York Times best-selling author Lee Strobel came to campus to speak at Bethel’s first-ever Give Back Gala on May 12, there was no one more excited to see him than Bethel mom and grandma Mattie Ulrich, of Osceola, Ind. Mattie had been waiting to meet Strobel for nearly 40 years – since 1978, when their lives intersected in a way that would change them both forever.
As manager of Grace Christian School in Lagoj, Romania, Emanuel Olariu ’08 has seen the power of lives transformed through Christian education. He helped start the school with just 32 students after graduating from Bethel. Nine years later, the school has grown to 430 students – from preschool to eighth grade – and 80 staff members.