To consider your application for admission, Bethel University must receive the following in most cases:
New Freshmen, Transfers, and Nontraditional Students
- Your completed online application, including your personal statement of faith.
- For High School applicants, a copy of your High School transcript and your SAT, ACT, or CLT standardized test score.
- For transfer applicants, all transcripts from any secondary and postsecondary institutions you have attended. A high school transcript and test score may be required if you have less than one year of college experience.
- References may be requested in certain cases.
To consider your application for admission, Bethel University must receive the following by May 1st:
- Your completed online application, including personal essay must be received in the Office of Admissions by April 1 of your junior year in high school.
- Official transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary schools.
- Your PSAT, ACT, CLT, or SAT score.
- PSEO State Form Notice of Registration
- High School Counselor Form
- Your completed application by May 1, including your personal statement of faith.
- Official transcripts from your high school and all colleges and/or universities you have attended. Your transcripts may need to be evaluated by one of the members of NACES.
- Your TOEFL or IELTS scores, or PTE scores, or other standardized test (ACT, SAT).
- A copy of your I-94 (applicants living in the U.S.).
- A copy of your passport (applicants living in or traveling to the U.S.).
- A copy of your current visa (applicants living in or traveling to the U.S.).
- Documentation of health insurance (or upon arrival at Bethel University the student may consult with the International Student Adviser who will provide the necessary information).
- Your completed International Student Certification of Finance certificate.
- Applications for Spring should be submitted no later than November 1.