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Bethany College has been dedicated to providing quality education and opportunities to students for over 175 years. Please consider making a donation to ensure that the College can continue to carry out its mission successfully.

1972 50th Reunion Class Gift
$100,000 goal

Phillips Hall is the site of many cherished memories for the Class of 1972. We are raising money to help modernize, brighten and make the Lounge and areas we knew as Renner Too and Maxwell’s more accessible. Click here to see our progress towards our $100,000 goal!

1982 40th Reunion Class Gift
$40,000 goal

We all remember our special Bethany experience. Phillips Hall was a large part of that. That’s why we are raising money to help renovate and make the Lounge and areas we knew as Renner Too and Maxwell’s more user friendly! Click here to see our progress towards our $40,000 goal!

Facilities Improvements
$100,000 goal

In honor of our 50-year reunion and acknowledging the need to maintain and upgrade College facilities for the future, the Class of 1971 is raising funds for Facilities Improvements. A portion of the money raised will be used to erect an engraved bench on campus as a visual acknowledgement of our gift.

Campbell Village Renovation
$35,000 goal

Join the Class of 1987 in giving Bethany’s residence halls a facelift! In honor of our 35th college reunion, we’ve set a goal of raising $35,000 to upgrade four residence hall entrances in Campbell Village (near the field house). This not only serves as a home to our students, but as a recruitment tool for prospective students and parents. We hope to be able to host a reception in one of the newly renovated spaces at Homecoming– so give today and encourage your friends to do so, as well!


General Endowment Fund 

$250,000 goal

The Class of 1970 invites Bethanians to make a contribution to the General Endowment Fund.

1992 Class Reunion Gift
$30,000 goal

Join the Class of 1992 in supporting their 30th year reunion gift.

Old Main 203
$25,000 goal

Join the Class of 1980 in their effort to raise funds to renovate Old Main 203.