Welcome to Student Affairs

The mission of the Office of Student Affairs is to foster the development of the whole person—mind, body and spirit—according to the rubric expressed in the mission and values of the College—namely Integrity, Hospitality, Community, Servant Leadership, and Sustainability. We do this by providing care, direction, activity, and education in all areas of the students’ lives outside the classroom. This is accomplished through a variety of programs and services offered by various departments within the Office of Student Development. We also seek to collaborate closely with other key constituencies across campus.

Student Affairs will play a key role in articulating and celebrating the core identity of the institution by intentionally moving towards establishing a culture in keeping with the school’s core values. This movement will enable all constituencies and stakeholders (faculty, staff, students, parents, and the Lindsborg community itself) to be on the same page and to move in the same direction which will contribute to a uniquely “Bethany” educational experience. In our areas of influence, we seek specifically to provide students with a rich, dynamic environment in which the intellectual, social, spiritual, and moral spheres of life reinforce one another.

2024/2025 Important Dates

Items for Your Residence Hall - Do's and Don'ts

Student Handbook

2024/2025 Housing

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If you are enrolling in the MBA graduate school program, use this link to apply for on or off campus housing.

Housing Forms

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Returning Students: Please upload your immunizations and shot records, if you have not done so already.

Returning Students: If you are vaccinated for COVID, please upload proof of vaccination. If you are not vaccinated, please complete this form and mark your status as unvaccinated.

Off Campus Housing Forms

Emotional Support Animals & Service Animals

The Emotional Support Animal Agreement must be signed and returned to the Student Development Office prior to the animal's arrival to campus.

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The ESA Guidelines are a summary of the information students must know before they bring an Emotional Support Animal on campus. For more information, students should review the Student Handbook. If there is a discrepancy between this document and the Student Handbook, the information in the Student Handbook should be taken as correct.

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Movie Streaming

Stream movies for free while on the Bethany College Campus Network.

Incident Report