Double the national average medical school acceptance rate.
100 percent job placement rate in nursing.
99 percent job placement rate in music education.
Bethel College has more than 1,650 students (undergraduate, adult and graduate) from 27 states, more than 20 denominations and 23 percent from culturally diverse backgrounds. Nearly 100 students were born outside of the U.S. and represent Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe and South America.
Bethel is powered by more than 200 full-time faculty and staff.
Bethel’s connections are with 25 denominational connections.
Chapel is a special part of campus life and happens three days a week. Programs include guest speakers, musical and dramatic groups, extended praise and worship times, faculty testimonies, as well as a variety of series presentations. Learn more and see the schedule for the upcoming semester.
Located in Mishawaka, Indiana, (St. Joseph County), Bethel College is an urban-situated campus close to a wide range of recreational opportunities. The sandy beaches of Lake Michigan are less than an hour away, and the city of Chicago is just 90 miles from campus. Additionally, Bethel is:
Located near five colleges, including the University of Notre Dame and Indiana University South Bend and down the street from the second-largest shopping district in the state.
Close to nearly 50 parks, including Mishawaka’s three-mile Riverwalk development, which was built on a reclaimed former factory site. The park connects to a 16-mile bike path along the St. Joseph River.
Livability.com named South Bend, Indiana, ninth in its ranking of the 10 Best College Towns, 2014.
Access and Retention, an Inclusive Campus Climate, and Community Partnerships are our three guiding principles in creating a learning environment and inclusive community for all. Learn more.
A small but solid Christian college of the arts and sciences, Bethel is emerging as a strong, progressive and dynamic regional campus. Visit us today!
Our 20,000 alumni reside in 49 states and 35 areas of the world. Our graduates have accomplished great things in their professional lives. Here are a few we’re proud to call Pilots (see Pride Points for many more):
The Indiana Superintendent of the Year
A national leader and lab executive in nanotechnology and sustainable energy
MLB All-Star team representative and pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals