Student Right to Know

Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (H.R.4137) was signed into law on Aug. 14, 2008.  Institutions must provide consumer information for students and procedures for obtaining this information. This page ensures that Bethany College complies with the disclosure requirements. We encourage students to review this information and to discuss any questions with the appropriate office. Student Affairs and Financial Aid Offices can assist you as well.

Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information

Federal Student Financial Aid

State Financial Aid

Bethany College Financial Aid

Applying for Financial Aid

Loan Entrance Counseling

Loan Exit Counseling

Private Education Loan Disclosure

Code of Conduct

Notification and Disbursement

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Books & PELL Grants

Loan Repayment

NSLDS

Return of Aid

Federal Student Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations

Financial Aid Contact Information

Federal School Code: 00380800
Location: Bethany House
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Phone: 304.829.7832
Fax: 304.829.7142
financialaid@bethanywv.edu

General Institutional Information

Academic Programs

Accreditation and licensure

Instructional Facilities

Faculty

Privacy of Student Records- FERPA

School Costs

Withdrawal Policies

Refunds

Disability Accommodations

Study Abroad

Transfer Credit Policy & Articulation Agreements

Copyright Infringement-Student Code of Contact

Computer Use and File Sharing

Student Activities

Study Body Diversity

Net Price Calculator

Completion Rates

Graduation Rates

Career Rates

Career Placement Services

Post Graduate Study Rates

Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Reports

Emergency Preparedness

Crime Log Policy “Crime Log available for review upon request at the Public Safety Office.”

Drug & Alcohol Policy

Vaccinations Policy

Missing Person Policy

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Report

Teacher Preparation Program Report

The Teacher Preparation Program provides certification candidates with professional preparation through early hands-on learning experiences, small class sizes, and caring faculty. Candidates integrate a liberal arts background, content preparation, and educational principles to prepare for careers in teaching at the elementary and secondary school levels or in an interdisciplinary synthesis of Psychology and Education. Prior to graduation teacher candidates will have completed approximately 650 hours in a classroom giving them the opportunity to apply techniques and practices in an educational setting. Candidates also are given opportunities to expand on the benefits of being global citizens who benefit and appreciate multi-cultural experiences.

 

The Department of Education offers majors in Elementary Education Grades K-6, and an Interdisciplinary major in Psychology and Education. Minors are available in Multi-categorical Special Education with Autism PreK-K, K-6 or 5-Adult and Secondary Education (Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physical Education, Social Studies, and Spanish). Additionally, an Endorsement in Reading is offered.

The Teacher Preparation Program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Text Book Information

Financial Literacy

Services for At-Risk Students

Anti-Lobby Policy

Public Disclosure Documents: In compliance with state and federal regulations, the Office of the President is the location of “public disclosure” documents. The annual Bethany safety and security report, describing campus safety practices, crime statistics, reporting and prevention education; and policies and education on alcohol, illegal drugs, and sexual assault is posted on the Campus Life website.

Bethany College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, color, or national or ethnicf origin, and complies with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Additional Information can be found at UCAN.