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Bethel University
Location Saint Paul, MN
Setting Large Suburban
Enrollment 3,731
Type Private 4 Year
National Ranking #248
Religious Affiliation Baptist
Status Non-profit
Team Colors          


Bethel University
Tuition (In State) $39,920
Tuition (Out of State) $39,920
Room & Board $11,150
Avg Net Price $29,107
Avg Grant Aid $23,655
% Receiving Grant Aid 99%


Bethel University
Admission Chances Calculate
Applied 2,050
Admitted 1,818
Acceptance Rate 88.7%
Enrolled % 27.7%
Avg High School GPA 3.6
Typical High School Grades B+
Admissions Standards Difficult
Applicant Competition
ACT Range 20/28
SAT Range 1123/1343
Submit Test Scores Considered but not required
Application Deadline May 1, 2024


Bethel University
Student to Faculty Ratio 11:1
Popular Majors
  • Business (24%)
  • Health Professions (18%)
  • Education (10%)
  • Communication (8%)
  • Psychology (5%)


Bethel University
Graduation Rate 73%
Median Earnings (After 10 years) $50,100
Making Student Loan Payments 80%
Median Student Loan Debt $24,400
Median Loan Payment $252


Bethel University
% Men 37%
% Women 63%
Racial Diversity Low
% White 78%
% Black 5%
% Hispanic 4%
% Native American 0%
% Pacific Islander 0%
% Two or More Races 2%
% International 0%
% Unknown Race 7%


Bethel University
% In-State 78%
% Out-of-State 22%


Bethel University
Campus Housing Yes
Freshman Dorm Required No
Meal Plan Yes
Weekend/Evening Classes Yes
Daycare Facility Yes
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Sources: U.S. Department of Education IPEDS and College Scorecard