Advancement and admissions swap places on campus

A small huge transfer occurred on the Bethel College campus July 28.

Two departments – admissions and development/alumni – switched places between Leisy House, on the nook of twenty fourth Street and College Ave., and the suite on the west facet of the Administration Building’s 2nd stage.

Six admissions workers (plus their summer season pupil employee) moved into the Ad Building whereas seven development and alumni personnel started organising a brand new house in Leisy House.

Heidi Hoskinson, vp for enrollment administration, and Brad Kohlman, VP for institutional development, despatched a message to campus earlier in the summertime to announce the transfer.

“As VPs of those areas,” they wrote, “we’re excited in regards to the alternatives this transfer presents for a wide range of causes.”

They listed “new alternatives for our groups to work together with our constituencies in new, dynamic and progressive methods; new areas for our distinct operations to develop into and use in environment friendly and efficient ways in which profit the campus neighborhood; and new environments that may enable us to create deeper and extra significant synergies with our campus and neighborhood companions.”

They expressed thanks for “our campus colleagues within the tech assist and bodily plant departments for the arduous work they did to make this transfer a actuality.”

Bethel is a four-year liberal arts school based in 1887 and is the oldest Mennonite school in North America. Known for tutorial excellence, Bethel ranks at #14 within the Washington Monthly record of “Best Bachelor’s Colleges” and #26 in U.S. News & World Report, Best Regional Colleges Midwest, and earned its third-straight NAIA Champions of Character Five-Star Gold Award, primarily based on pupil service and tutorial achievement, all for 2020-21; is’s highest ranked Kansas small school with the very best incomes graduates; has the #10 RN-to-BSN program in Kansas in line with; and is #57 amongst 829 U.S. faculties and universities named by as “Best for Financial Aid,” in addition to #23 “Safest College Towns in the U.S.,” ranked by for 2020-21. For extra data, see




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