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Bethany College is a beautiful campus where youBrightCommunications
Bethany College is a beautiful campus where you will learn a lot about yourself and you will make life long friends. The Faculty care about the students and they are always willing to help. Although some of the core requirements are boring your actual major is interesting. Sometimes Bethany can take a little bit of getting used to but if you stick around you will make lifelong friends, recieve a great eduation and never resent a single day spent there. Our alumni network at BC is great and because it is such a small close network they are great about helping you get internships as well.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: D
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Bethany was an amazing place to get anQuite BrightEconomics
Bethany was an amazing place to get an overall education. The scenery and local flavor is unique unto itself. The faculty are outstanding. The campus and town is very small so it's important to be able to make your own fun. The friends I made there are people I will know the rest of my life. I met my wife there. The important thing to realize about Bethany is its about opportunity. If you want to do something Bethany is the place for you, if you want something to be done for you, you are better off at a bigger school.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: B Reputation: B-
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I came from a large city of overQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I came from a large city of over 1 million residents. There is plenty to do here, Salina is 50k and is only 15 minutes away. All the people have been very friendly and helpful. I have already found a job in my field. Students that I know that wanted to go to med/law school were all accepted to the school of there choice. The school is going through some changes now, but what school is'nt. You are always going to have a few complainers, read other posts. College is a time to grow-up and become an adult.
4th Year Male -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Campus Aesthetics: B-
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