Applicants who wish to attend Bethany
should be Christians who have made a meaningful commitment to Jesus Christ and
who have a desire to deepen their relationship with God. Bethany admits students
of any national or ethnic origin.
To receive a diploma from Bethany, students
must have a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Those
without a diploma or GED may be considered for admission as auditing students.
Auditing students taking classes on a non-credit basis must be accepted to
Bethany through the regular application process. Audited classes will appear on
a student’s transcript, but no credit will be given. Audited class fees are the
same as classes taken for credit.
How to Apply
To be admitted as a student, an
applicant must complete and submit Bethany’s
application forms, available through the Admissions Office.
Applicants will be notified by
letter when accepted. All students are accepted for a probationary period of one
quarter. Bethany reserves the right to reject any application for reasons it
We encourage prospective students to
visit Bethany to attend classes and chapel, either during our scheduled
or for a personal visit. Overnight accommodations can
be arranged. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information or to schedule
Credits equivalent to the program of Bethany with a
grade of C or above may be transferred to Bethany from other schools. The
maximum number of credits that may be transferred into the Biblical Studies
Program is 60 quarter credits; the maximum number of credits that may be
transferred into the Advanced Biblical Studies Program is 120 quarter credits.