Living on Campus
Share the trail
Here at Bethany, each student follows the trails they choose toward a unique future. But everyone shares a well-worn trail in the beginning. As a resident on our campus, you’ll have many opportunities to make friends with others who are starting their journey. Many of them will become friends for life!
“Living in Campbell Village is truly an exceptional experience. What really stood out to me was the undeniable sense of togetherness, as students from diverse backgrounds come together to support each other academically and emotionally. It’s a place where lifelong friendships are forged, where late-night study sessions turn into memorable bonding moments, and where every door is open to a new adventure. Knowing that I’m in an environment where my well-being is a top priority allows me to focus on my studies, personal growth, and, most importantly, building lasting connections with my fellow residents. It’s a place where I not only live but thrive.”
Our seven residence halls offer comfortable, furnished rooms with all the essentials. Each hall offers its own additional benefits, such as accessibility, single-room availability (most are doubles), kitchenettes, and other amenities. Halls are male/male-identifying, female/female-identifying, or co-ed.
When you live on campus, everything you need is nearby. Explore facilities such as our outdoor amphitheater, athletic fields, the T.W. Phillips Memorial Library, and of course, Ogden Dining Hall, featuring a pizza oven, rotisserie ovens, sandwich and salad bars, an ice cream bar, and more!
Living in the West Virginia Panhandle
Our campus is part of a vibrant and beautiful Northern Panhandle community. With shopping, gorgeous trails, and waterways, the Oglebay resort in nearby Wheeling for skiing, golfing, horseback riding, and more, and Pittsburgh just under 50 miles east of us, there’s plenty to do here!