With six start dates per year*, it’s always the right time to apply to Bethel University.
Because we want to make your admission process as easy as possible, here’s essential information to know about the experience.
* Note: RN-BSN has two start dates per year.
1. Talk to an enrollment counselor
Bethel provides individual enrollment counselors, who are responsible for supporting you during the application process. They’ll help you find the program that’s right for you, and ensure you have all the information you need to apply.
Depending on your program and level of study, you’ll need several items to complete your application.
Undergraduate programs require:
- Online undergraduate application
- Submit your official transcripts (directly from the institution to Bethel) from all undergraduate work. If you have completed less than 30 credit hours, also submit your official high school or GED transcript
- Show proficiency by either submitting your official SAT or ACT scores, completing a college-level English or math course or taking Bethel’s placement tests
Individual programs may require additional materials, such as valid professional licensure.
All graduate programs require:
- Online graduate application
- Official transcripts of undergraduate work
Individual programs may have additional requirements, such as:
- Certain course requirements
- Short autobiography or biographical sketch
- Updated resumé
- Valid professional licensure
- An interview
- Language requirements, if English is not your first language
3. Next Steps
If you’ve been accepted to Bethel University, you’re now ready to move forward in your academic journey. To ensure the admission process goes as smoothly as possible, expect a phone call from an enrollment counselor in the next 24 hours. They’ll help you understand more about your potential program of study, financial aid, academic schedule, and more.