Bethel University Estimated Cost of Attendance

At Bethel University, we believe in providing an exceptional education that is both accessible and affordable. We understand that navigating the costs of higher education can be daunting, which is why we’re committed to providing clear and comprehensive information about our cost of attendance and the financial aid opportunities available to you.

Here at Bethel, we believe in transparency, integrity and excellence in all that we do. That’s why we’re proud to offer a cost of attendance that reflects our dedication to providing a high-quality education at a reasonable price. Our comprehensive estimated cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, transportation and personal expenses. We want you to have a clear understanding of the total cost of attending Bethel so that you can make informed decisions about your education.

We also understand that financing your education is a significant concern for many students and families. That’s why we offer a variety of financial aid options to help make Bethel University affordable for all students. From scholarships and grants to loans and work-study programs, we’re here to help you explore your options and find the financial aid package that works best for you.

Our dedicated team of financial aid experts is here to support you every step of the way. Whether you have questions about the FAFSA, need help understanding your financial aid award, or want to explore additional scholarship opportunities, we’re here to help. At Bethel University, we’re committed to making your education dreams a reality without breaking the bank.

Ready to take the next step toward a brighter future at Bethel University? Explore our Cost of Attendance, Net Price Calculator and financial aid options today, and discover why Bethel is the perfect place to pursue your academic and professional goals.

Direct Costs are are expenses directly billed by the university, such as tuition, fees, room and board.

Indirect Costs include personal expenses like books, supplies, transportation and other living costs not billed by the university.

Living Expenses can be either direct or indirect costs based on where a student is living. For those living on campus, they are direct costs. For those living with parents or off campus, they are indirect costs.

Living Expenses *
Personal Expenses
Books & Supplies
Loan Origination Fee

Take the Next Step

Take the first step toward your degree at Bethel University. Visit campus, apply, request information or ask questions about financial aid.