Financial Aid FAQs

Financial aid can be one of the most important pieces to put into place for graduate studies. Here is the place to get quick answers to the most common questions about Bethany’s outstanding financial aid program.

 

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Brethren Life & Thought Vol 55 No 1 and 2 (Winter/Spring 2010)

The cover date is Winter and Spring 2010, yet this volume mailed to subscribers on April 20, 2011.  This volume is a themed issue, which was part of the reason for the delay.  Since this issue considers the topic

Connections for the Bethany Community

For Bethany students, staff, and faculty

Courses and Academics

Ways to Save on Textbooks

Borrow them from the Library
Your whole class might not be able to do this, but if you don’t want to pay for the book and are only using it for a couple weeks. Check it out from the library

Renovation of the Bethany Center

The Bethany Center has served the Seminary community well for nearly twenty-five years. To meet the needs of current students, faculty, and staff,  updates and improvements for several areas of the building are planned, and the first recipient has

Brethren Life & Thought Back Issues

Vol. 58 No. 2 (Fall 2013)

This issue includes articles on a wide variety of topics. “‘Battle Ground’ Peaches: Dunkers on the Gettysburg Battlefield,” written by Steve Longenecker, is the third in a series of papers presented over the five-year

Challenge: 31 Days of Spending Zero

Living Well Spending Less is hosting a 31 Days of hosting a “31 Days of Living Well and Spending Zero.” Blogger Ruth Soukup issues a challenge each October to her blogging community–challenging them to assess their spending and attempt

New May Intensive Course Links Visual Art and Christian Life

Bethany is introducing a new May Intensive course that will explore the spiritual nature of Modern and Contemporary works of visual art — some explicitly Christian, some not — found both in secular art galleries and in the church. The