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Audit is a registration status allowing students to attend a course without receiving credit. Priority enrollment is given to students desiring to take the course for credit. Therefore, enrollment for the purpose of auditing depends on available space; upon the discretion of the instructor, the registrar, and the academic dean. Students auditing courses are expected to attend classes regularly although they do not take examinations, do assignments, or receive a grade or credits for the course.

Audit students must meet the minimum admission status for the course (ex: high school graduate for undergraduate classes; college graduate for graduate classes). Students shall abide by all policies regarding student responsibility and conduct as defined in the academic catalog and the student handbook.

The cost for auditing is $100.00 per course.

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What follows is the ‘profile’ of a Bethlehem College student—a description of the kind of person Bethlehem admits to the college. Please read the description carefully.

1. One who aspires to glorify God.

2. One who is joyfully committed to the authority and inerrancy of Scripture.

3. One who is drawn to the theological and ministry ethos of Bethlehem College & Seminary and to its mission to spread a passion for the supremacy of God in all things through Jesus Christ.

4. One who is glad to live in accordance with the lifestyle implications of the Bethlehem College & Seminary Community Declaration.

5. One who will make the time and energy commitment to the program.

6. Able to afford the college program without excessive debt.

7. Strongly recommended by his/her pastor.

Bethlehem Community Declaration

Located in Student Handbook -

In applying for membership (admission) into the Bethlehem College and Seminary community, I have carefully read the Bethlehem College and Seminary Community Declaration and have carefully weighed that the convictions, aspirations, and commitments contained in it mach my own. I gladly join in fulfilling the declaration's responsibilities.


By submitting this application to Bethlehem College, I certify that all the information submitted in the admissions process—including this application, my writing sample, and any other supporting materials—is my own work, factually true, and honestly presented, and that this information and documents will become the property of Bethlehem and will not be returned to me. I understand that I may be subject to a range of disciplinary actions, including revocation of admissions, expulsion, or revocation of course credit, grades. and degree. should the information I have provided or certified be false or misleading as determined by Bethlehem, in its discretion. I agree to notify the school of any changes in the information provided while considering my application for admissions and, if accepted, at any time before I enroll..

I understand that Bethlehem College is a Christian school that has particular beliefs, and that it is expressly affiliated with Bethlehem Baptist Church. I have read and understood, and I agree to be subject to requirements regarding church membership, the community declaration, and the affirmation of faith.

I consent to any efforts that Bethlehem College may, in its discretion, choose to undertake to verify or confirm any information I provided to Bethlehem during the application process, including contacting any references listed. I agree to cooperate with any verification efforts that Bethlehem may choose to undertake.

I understand that if I have any questions regarding the application or the application process, I can contact the Admissions Office directly at [email protected].

Bethlehem College admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and activities generally afforded or made available to all its students. Bethlehem College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies, scholarship programs and its other school-administered programs.

Bethlehem College and Seminary is registered with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to Minnesota Statutes sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may or may not transfer to all other institutions.