If accepted, the student will receive an official letter of acceptance. A student’s application, including all required materials, is valid for one year from the date of initial admissions decision.
All admission criteria have been met and all admission materials have been received.
The student has not met all admission requirements. Remaining requirements must be met prior to deadlines stated in the acceptance letter.
Students entering Bethel with a cumulative college GPA below 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) are provisionally admitted. In addition, students entering with below 45 transfer credits are provisionally admitted.
Students admitted provisionally with below 45 transfer credits and below a 2.5 cumulative college GPA will not be allowed to proceed beyond 3 courses
of coursework taken for a letter grade (A - F) until all Foundations of Academic Readiness (FAR) requirements are met. These students should work with their
Student Success Advisor in order to fulfill the FAR requirements at the beginning of their course of study.
Provisional evaluation provides an early assessment of academic success specific to provisionally-accepted students. Provisional evaluation occurs at the end of the term in which a provisionally-accepted student has completed a cumulative total of three A-F letter-graded courses.
If the student meets the minimum required cumulative Bethel GPA for provisionally-accepted students (1.75) at the time of their provisional evaluation:
- The student will be allowed to continue in their program of study.
- The student must complete any remaining required Foundations of Academic Readiness (FAR) courses.
- The student will be evaluated for Academic Standing in accordance with the Academic Standing policy in the next term.
If the student does not meet the minimum required cumulative Bethel GPA for provisionally-accepted students (1.75) at the time of their provisional evaluation, the student will be academically dismissed.