Hear directly from students about what the Human Performance Lab means to them and their hopes for their futures.
On Dec. 5, 2022, Bethel University’s Men’s Soccer Team made program and school history by winning the NAIA National Championship.
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.
In December 2022, junior Sydney Anderson climbed to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the sixth-highest mountain in the world.
After 25 years of being a youth pastor, Rev. Derry Prenkert ’99 has become the new Pastor of Church Relations at Bethel University.
Throughout the day on February 18, five area high school jazz bands gathered to perform, learn, and improv with four different professional clinicians at the first annual Festival of Jazz hosted by Bethel University.
When alumnus Nate Cole ’02 passed away suddenly in February of 2021, his small group immediately surrounded his wife Sarah (DeBeck) ’02, and daughter Lydia, with support. In December 2021, the group presented the idea of renovating the Shiloh Prayer Chapel in Nate’s honor to Sarah.
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.
Since its beginning in 1958, Bethel University’s athletic department has operated with the mission of keeping Christ at the helm. They are committed to assisting in the transformation of lives into the likeness of Jesus Christ and equipping student-athletes to become servant leaders who positively influence their teams, campus, and world for Christ.