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    Junior Jumpstart Visit Days



    Bethel College is beautiful campus centered on the green in North Newton, KS. Whether or not you've been on campus before, we're glad you're considering an official visit — it's the best way to imagine yourself as a student here.

    What to Expect

    Our junior group visit days present a unique way to discover Bethel. These dates include the opportunity to meet admissions staff (including your counselor), sit in on a financial aid presentation, tour campus as a group led by a student ambassador, and meet with faculty and coaches.

    Available Dates

    We have the opportunity for our seniors to attend a group visit day each semester. Of course, we have individual visits and other visit opportunities year-round. Our two dates are:

    Friday, Oct. 11
    Monday, Jan. 20

    Friday, Apr. 24

    Our October date corresponds with our annual Fall Festival. Visitors will learn the history of Fall Fest and have the opportunity to experience it first-hand.

    Our January date is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This is a special day for obvious reasons, but one that might not be obvious is that Dr. King spoke at Bethel College in 1960 in Memorial Hall. 

    Our April date allows students to experience the URICA Symposium at Bethel College. URICA — Undergraduate Research, Internships, and Creative Activities — is an annual display of the projects and research conducted by Bethel students across many disciplines. 

    Questions?

    Our Visit and Event Coordinator is Danica Dickson. You can email her at ddickson@bethelks.edu

    United States—Kansas

    About Bethel

    As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.

    Bethel College

    300 East 27th Street, North Newton, KS 67117

    +1 (800) 522-1887

    +1 (316) 283-2500