Bethel University-Saint Paul Top Questions

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?


I wish I had already known what major I should have chosen and which college I should have gone to last year, so that I would not have this feeling of having wasted a year at my previous college where the environment was tainted with the pleasures of the world and a large number of the student body were corrupt with a hardened heart.


I do not think their is much I wish I had known coming into Bethel University, I think that is part of college, it was and still is exciting to experience new things, for the most part Bethel explain what to expect.


I wish I would have know how hard college is, I never really had to try in high school and I thought I could get by doing what I was in high school here at Bethel. I had to learn the hard way that I needed to work hard to get where I want to go, But its somehting students have to learn it doesn't matter how many times people tell them they have to experience it themselves.


It's easy to get sucked into the "Bethel Bubble" and not ever get off campus.


That the cost of tuition was going to go up and that financial aid could be taken away once given


Get involved!!


I wish that I had known how fast the time goes by! Of course you always hear that before you get to college, but it's amazing how true it is!


I am satisfied.


I wish I would have have more of a biblical background. Most courses incorporated some sort of biblical topics or influence, and it could be hard to follow at times.


If you plan to attend this school, review the Bethel Covenant (on Bethel's website) and be sure that you want to be a pat of this community. The University is a great place for young Chistians to learn and grow, and the school is also academically esteemed. Make your decision carefully, no matter where you attend.


I wish I had know about myself where I stood with my religion. Also how it's growing and how students are treated in comparison to alumni.


The academic standards are higher than a state university, and with the money you spend you could recieve an education from a top tier school.


what i would major in


How similar to a high school it was. Seriously, I waited 6 years in high school just to go to another high school.


nothing in particular


I wish i would have known about how boring life on campus can be on the weekends. Other than that i had a taste of everything that Bethel had to offer before i came or durring welcom week my freshman year.