800 Bethany Dr
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
About the college
Bethany College is a school with religion as a background and education as its main focus for its students to succeed. The university was founded in 1919. At the time, it was a training center for an urban San Francisco University. To its credit, the school was the first to be founded by the Assemblies of God. The school is rich with religion and is now a 4-year university offering its students many programs to choose from for their success in higher education.
Bethany University is located at 800 Bethany Drive in the city of Scotts Valley in California. The campus is located in a prime location in California with the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay area close by. The school has the most amazing backdrop, as it is located within the redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The campus not only offers its students great scenery and the best in education it also has some of the most amazing areas for recreational activities. Students can enjoy biking, fishing, hiking, and even take in a play or two at the local Shakespeare festival.
At Bethany University, there are graduate and undergraduate programs as well as online courses available. The courses are all integrated with faith and provide essentials skills. Undergraduate programs include biblical and theological studies, liberal arts and music plus a few others. The graduate programs gives the students opportunities for a master’s in arts, education, Christian ministry and a master of science in psychology. Students can obtain a bachelor’s online.
Bethany University has great education opportunities with a religious background. Students also enjoy sports with the Bruins basketball team and sports for both men and women. Success is just one-step away with Bethany University.
College Type: 4-year, Private not-for-profit
Offering: One but less than two years certificate, Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate, Master's degree
Campus Setting: Suburb, Midsize
Campus Housing Available: Yes
Student Population: 537, 85% undergraduates