Clubs and Organizations
The ASL Club at Bethel University exists to increase opportunities for ASL students to practice American Sign Language in settings outside the classroom, host events and trips relevant to students wishing to learn about ASL and its surrounding culture, and encourage fellowship among Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing people. Any interested student with a basic knowledge of ASL skills is invited to join.
Black Student Fellowship
Bethel University's Black Student Fellowship serves to create, cultivate, and challenge students through community service, entertainment, and quality programs. We acknowledge the value of the diversity and distinctiveness of Bethel's black undergraduate community and recognize both the need for unity among black students and a strong relationship among all undergraduates. This organization strives to provide social support for minority students, as well as create an environment for anyone who would like to learn more about African American culture. We welcome all to join!
Enactus (Business Club)
Enactus gives Bethel University students the opportunity to use classroom material in the real world, while making a difference in our community. The club runs service projects, sponsors mock interviews, offers learning opportunities such as panel discussions and special speakers, plans the annual banquet and supports Bethel events.
International Student Fellowship
International Student Fellowship provides a “home away from home” for students from abroad who are studying at Bethel University. Monthly gatherings give the students an opportunity to experience local American culture, share experiences, enjoy different ethnic foods and fellowship with other international students. The club is open to those who have lived abroad or have an interest in learning firsthand about other cultures.
Mu Alpha THeta (MATH)
From community service to fun social activities, you’ll find a variety of ways to stretch your mathematical knowledge.
Use your musical talents to be an ambassador for Christ. Bethel University's student musicians and vocalists make an impact on the church, the campus and the surrounding community by using their God-given gifts to serve others. From classical to jazz to show tunes, there’s sure to be a style that speaks to you.
Bethel University's theatre arts program is a great way for students to indulge and express their creative side while entertaining others. Whether you want to be in the spotlight as a thespian or behind the scenes designing the set, there’s a place for you in our theatre.
In accordance with its purpose, the mission of the Bethel University Psychology Club is to create an opportunity for students to learn how to integrate Christianity into the field of psychology. These opportunities include, but are not limited to: meeting to discuss thoughts on the psychology and/or Christian arenas, becoming active members in the community, encouraging others to embrace leadership roles, building confidence of fellow members, and hearing from professionals in the field to gain academic and career insight.
Bethel University students have the opportunity to participate in the Army ROTC program at the University of Notre Dame. This program is dedicated to producing selfless leaders of character capable of excelling in any of the 150 army career fields. Get more information.
Students for Life
The purpose of Students for Life shall be to defend and promote human life in all forms through education of the Bethel University Community about the issues of bioethics, and through provision and facilitation of opportunities for the Bethel University Community to serve, to pray and to engage in peaceful political activism.
The Company is an exciting and active club for Bethel University students interested in theatre arts. All majors are welcome. Some travel opportunities exist.
Urban Ministry Experience (UME)
Bethel University students have an opportunity to live, learn and serve in an under-resourced neighborhood in South Bend, as part of the Urban Ministry Experience. UME, a ministry of Transformation Ministries, led by Executive Director Kory Lantz '09, '11, gives students the experience of living in the community for one year while learning from those they live alongside and serve. Learn more on their site.