All students in NCAA DIII comprehensive transition programs like Bethel University's BUILD program are now eligible to compete as traditional undergraduate athletes—thanks to the work of Bethel staff and students.
As the preferred university partner of the NAHL, Bethel University will provide thousands of hockey players the chance to pursue their educations in flexible online programs as they pursue their hockey dreams.
Bethel University is launching the Royal Exchange, a web/app platform to connect student-athletes with businesses, individuals, and nonprofits for opportunities to benefit from their name, image, and likeness.
After graduation, Bethel University biokinetics major Emma Freebersyser ’22 will work as executive director of La Senda Spanish Center, a business she started to help students cultivate a love for learning Spanish.
This fall, Bethel University is launching new early college opportunities for high school students, including expanded PSEO programming, new dual enrollment options and a robust selection of online courses.
Building off ideas from Bethel University’s Advanced Digital Humanities course, a student-faculty research team received a university scholarship to explore using artificial intelligence to probe archives for historical patterns.
Nine projects funded by an Interfaith Youth Core grant are giving Bethel University students hands-on experience promoting health equity as they learn how to reduce barriers surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine.
Bethel University recently held its first post-baccalaureate nursing program pinning ceremony. This 15-month program allows students with a bachelor’s degree in any field to earn a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
With more than 14 years of experience in higher education, Franklin will bring expertise in missional investment, visionary servant leadership and facilitating strategic, organization-wide collaboration to Bethel University.