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Join one of our 13 academic clubs or honors societies to network, serve the community, build friendships, and learn about career options. Want to get involved? Contact the student leader listed below each club.

Bethel Business and Economics Association (BBEA)

The Bethel Business and Economics Association is dedicated to creating events that provide students with the opportunity to be exposed to various industries and companies in the business world. It is our mission to prepare versatile and invaluable students for wherever God has called them to be.

Student Leaders: Ebube Mordi and Grace Robinson

Bethel Optics and Lasers Team (BOLT)

The Bethel Optics and Lasers Team provides information and networking opportunity in the optics field, with a particular focus towards impacting the physics & engineering department.

Student Leaders: Sam Carlson and Daniel Carlson

Bethel Student Nurses' Association (BSNA)

BSNA acts to build a bridge between the nursing department and the general BU student population by serving the Bethel community and the surrounding Twin Cities communities through numerous outreach and educational events. We also seek to actively build relationships within the nursing department as well.

Student Leaders: Alex Belde and Isabel Joecks

Bethel Student Social Work Association (BSSWA)

BSSWA supports student-led initiatives both locally and globally, represents the voice of students within Bethel’s social work program, and promotes fellowship and community through social, service, and advocacy events.

Student Leaders: Maddy Hutchinson, Andrea Jendro, Kaye Rysdahl, and Frances Boerman-Cornell

Biokinetics Club

Bethel Biokinetics Club is a community where biokinetics majors can come together to form meaningful connections, participate in volunteering opportunities, and serve fellow students through academic advising and mentorship.

Student Leaders: Grant Olson and Chris Chapin

Bethel Student Educators Association (BSEA)

BSEA is open to all education majors. No membership fee is asked. You can grow your relationship with other education majors and professors. It is a great way to expand your network, which is essential to this profession. Events are on weeknights or during weekdays for pop-in events. Be on the lookout for BSEA emails about events and updates.

Student Leaders: Julia Kastner

Chemistry Club

Chemistry Club strives to encourage a strong community between students and faculty by providing events and activities in which they can interact outside of the classroom setting.

Student Leaders: Calista Shearer, Tristan Ruldoph, and Brenner Klein 

Neuroscience Club

Neuroscience Club hopes to create an atmosphere for Neuroscience majors and any other majors interested in neuroscience, where students can be informed, find support, build new connections, and prepare themselves for after their undergraduate schooling.

Student Leaders: Faith Robb and Misgana Mamo

Pre-Law Club

Pre-Law Club helps students network with other pre-law students and learn about admission to law school, the LSAT exam, and legal careers.

Student Leaders: Anna Olson and Sofia Ishanova

Pre-Med Club

Pre-Med club provides students with an opportunity to connect with students, providers, and faculty, allowing them to further understand the medical field and the opportunities within it. 

Student Leaders: Brian Smith and Lily Mesyk

Psychology Club

We strive to create community among those who are currently studying or wish to learn more about psychology. Through this community, we find fellowship in both on and off-campus activities to expand our knowledge in this field of discipline.

Student Leader: Maggie Findlay

Tri-Beta (Biological Honor Society)

A society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending the boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

Student Leaders: Eric Puumala and Kjersten Larsen

Women in Physics and Engineering (WPE)

Women in Physics and Engineering fosters a community and sense of belonging to the present and future women within the physics and engineering department at Bethel.

Student Leaders: Anabelle Linson and Essa St. George


Want to start a new academic club? Contact bsg-clubs-and-orgs@bethel.edu.