Head Track Coach Tony Natali, who will be inducted into the NCCAA Hall of Fame in May, places his focus on character development.
It’s not every day that one gets to meet American Composer Lin Manuel Miranda (who wrote the music for Broadway’s “Hamilton” and Disney’s “Moana”), and get complementary tickets to Broadway shows, but for Bethel alumnus Jared Schwartz ’04, this is normal.
A basketball exhibition game vs. Notre Dame brings 1,000 Pilots fans to Purcell Pavilion.
The Bethel College General Scholarship fund supports student scholarships and areas of greatest need. Unrestricted gifts enable more students to afford the academically challenging, Christ-centered education that Bethel provides. Gifts help improve facilities, expand opportunities on campus and provide better quality of life for our students … students like Rebekah Miller ’18 whose Bethel experience has truly been life-changing.
Get the latest campus news from spring 2018, including the ribbon cutting for the $1.15 million Nursing Simulation Laboratory.
Get the latest faculty and staff news from spring 2018, including how Assistant Professor Keith Koteskey took the Bethel Prime Time class to experience live news at WSBT-TV in South Bend.
Get the latest art news from spring 2018, including the winners of the 11th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit (this image, entitled “Alice in Wonderland,” by Vanessa Steiner, won first place in the painting category).
Get the latest sports updates from Spring 2018, including how our Men’s Track and Field Team won the 2018 NCCAA Indoor Track & Field National Championship.
Here are some examples of the GREAT momentum building on campus as we strive to become GREATer, for the greater glory of God.
Read about the accomplishments and aspirations of eight members of Bethel’s 70th graduating class.