Bethel University - Indiana Reviews
Rating 3.9 out of 5 542 reviews
Bethel is a very friendly campus. It is a beautiful campus especially in the spring and fall. All of our professors are hands-on and very personable. Everyone wants you to succeed and they are willing to get you to the next level.
I am someone who does not like learning online. Thankfully, our classes have remained in-person. When we do have to move online, Zoom is very easy and quick to learn.
Great atmosphere! Everyone from the staff to the students are all so nice and caring for one another. I personally am not a Christian, and this school definitely incorporates Christianity into all parts of campus life. If you are a devout Christian this is the place for you! Their education department is amazing and provides a ton of amazing field work opportunities and a variety of best practices. Small class sizes which is great and all your professors know your name and at least a little about who you are as a person. Small, but beautiful campus!
I have chosen to take quite a few classes online at Bethel. They do not have very many online options each semester so that kind of a bummer. The ones I have taken have been decent. Most professors give you a lot of flexibility about when you can complete assignments as long as they are turned in on the due date. Most of the online classes have been pretty easy. With that being said, I didn't learn the most from most of them. Some professors just gave you slides to read through and called it a day when it came to actual instruction.
It's been everything I hoped for in a college experience. The community is amazing, and I've never seen a staff so devoted to their student's success.
Bethel is extremely beautiful with a small homelike feel. From what I have seen, the staff are very friendly and go out of their way to help you.
I did not take online classes. The website might be improved with if loaded with more information. Not really applicable to my situation
My online learning experience with Bethel University has been very pleasant. The internet websites that Bethel has have been very good.
Bethel University seems like a great place and I'm looking forward to enrolling there. I love the location and the scenery.
I have had a few online classes in the 2 years that I have been there and they are definitely not blow off classes! You definitely have to work for it to get the grade you want but it is also so nice because the professors, although challenging, are also there to help and guide you and want you to be in touch with them about how you are retaining the information.
Bethel is a very unique community. Minutes from the wonderful University of Notre Dame, you get some of the perks of a college town, while still having a small community to call home. Finding a community of people is a high priority at Bethel, and that is what makes it unique.
I did not take any courses online while I attended Bethel. However, being a student-athlete made class attendance difficult at times. The resources to get work done while I was traveling or on the road made the learning experience much better for me.
My classes were in-person up until the shut-down; that was definitely my preference. After the transition, things were more difficult overall, but I truly believe most of my professors did the best they could under the circumstances, and some of the classes remained very fun and interactive despite the barriers. It isn't an experience I would want again (primarily because I crave human interaction), but it went well.
The staff at Bethel University have been very helpful in adjusting to college. The friendships made and the connections I have with professors will be something I will have for a long time. The classes are manageable for the most part and the professors are always there if I have questions or need extra help. One thing I would like to see is more activities on the weekends for students to be involved in.
I loved my Bethel experience. The professors and staff all care about you as a person, and I felt academically challenged in my field. The school makes an effort to have student activities every weekend, but also leaves room for students to take leadership roles and grow themselves.
Bethel University is really great places to attend, because most of professional and advisor are really nice. Also, students are really friendly and if you need help you can ask them too and they will help you without hesitating.
I like the Christian atmosphere that the school has to offer. I do wish that some of the rules weren't as strictly enforced as much as they are. I also wish there were more free activities to take part in such as optional workout/yoga classes or things of that nature. overall the school does a great job of promoting good in-class habits and offers lots of resources for academic help.