We are committed to providing quality programs and services that promote personal growth, foster the understanding of human diversity, and encourage academic success.  The professional and paraprofessional staff is looking forward to honoring that choice by offering a residential living/learning experience that not only supports but enriches your experience and success academically as well as personally. In the following sections we will briefly describe the program and services that support our commitment to providing a residential living/learning experience that not only strives to meet but exceeds your expectations.

Bethany College is a residential campus. This means that full-time students live on campus and participate in one of our meal plans.

Each residence hall is staffed by 1 Resident Director, and 4-6 student Resident Assistants. Resident Directors (RDs) are professional live in staff members of the Office of Residential Education and Services. Resident Directors lead a staff of Resident Assistants and oversee the residents in the residence halls. Resident Directors provide leadership through conduct, attitude, and professionalism. Resident Assistants (RAs) are paraprofessional staff members of the Office of Residential Education and Services. A Resident Assistant is responsible for the general welfare of the students within the residence halls and for continuing consultation with appropriate staff members. A Resident Assistant is also responsible for assisting students and staff in the development of cultural and educational programs that enhances the educational experience.

Community, exposure to different people, relationships with other students, and the available activities that coincide with on-campus living contribute to student successes, and help to make college a memorable experience. To create this community and its benefits, residential students are encouraged to participate in residential programming events throughout each year. The goal is for student to feel a common identity, experience a common bond with fellow students, hold one another accountable and responsible, protect the rights of one another, and facilitate personal, spiritual, and professional growth.

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Office of Admissions

Office J.E. and L.E. Mabee Welcome Center Visit Hours: M – F, 9am to 4pm Saturday (during academic school year) 9 a.m. – noon (by appointment only.) Phone: (800) 826-2281, ext. 8113 Phone: (785) 227-3380, ext. 8113
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