Bethel University announces that it plans to resume residential, face-to-face classes in August, and is investing significant human and financial resources to accommodate COVID-19-related scenarios that could emerge. A spectrum of options will allow the university to make adjustments based on real-time information from federal, state and local authorities.
Bethel University Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Current Bethel Status Report
Bethel Community members are expected to monitor their health on a regular basis. This includes staying home and seeking medical advice when symptoms arise and following campus guidelines regarding COVID-19.
For Those Who Test Positive:
- Isolate for 5 days
- Residential students should return home to isolate whenever possible. Students who are unable to return home may be provided campus isolation space as available.
- Return to regular activities on day 6 if asymptomatic or symptoms are resolving, and continue to mask for 5 additional days
For Those Exposed:
- Regardless of vaccination status, if asymptomatic, wear a mask and continue regular activities; test on day 5 if possible
- If symptoms develop, follow isolation guidelines
Consult the following resources as needed:
- Your Primary Care Physician.
- Campus Nurse: Email the nurse.
Updated November 17, 2022
Bethel University Announces Plans to Open for Face-to-Face Classes in the Fall
COVID-19 Grants Now Available to Bethel University Students
Bethel University students enrolled in on-ground (not fully online) undergraduate or graduate programs are now able to apply for a grant to assist with financial hardships they and their families have experienced as a result of COVID-19.
Online Learning Resources
If you have difficulty adapting to the online learning format, contact the Center for Academic Success. For technical access problems, contact IT Help Desk. Additional resources can be found on MyBethel.