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About Bethel University
Bethel's Main Campus has:-
- Campbell Hall
- Dickey Fine Arts Building
- Nursing Building
- Odom Hall
- Ray and Linda Morris Science Complex
- Burroughs Learning Center / Library
- Log Cabin
- Prosser Residence Hall
- McDonald Residence Hall
- West Residence Hall
- Baker Fieldhoue
- Marrs-Stockton Music Building
- Laughlin Gazebo
- Wildcat Basesall Park
- Wildcat Softball Complex
- University Residence Hall
- Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment
- Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena
- Wildcat Football Stadium
- Heritage Residence Hall
- Wildcat Soccer Field
- Wildcat Tennis Complex
- PA Program Building
- Bethel Performing Arts Center
Bethel University’s main campus is located in McKenzie, Tennessee – a quaint little town in Northwest Tennessee. McKenzie boasts a population of some 5,420 people. McKenzie is the hub of the tri-counties of Henry, Weakley and Carroll with most of the town lying in Carroll County.
Known for its southern hospitality, McKenzie is a favorite place for many from all parts of the United States and even the world. McKenzie is a place where residents can enjoy the benefits of rural living in a temperate climate that experiences each of the four seasons.
McKenzie is located less than two hours from two major transportation centers (Memphis and Nashville) and affords easy access to interstates 40 and 65. It is also less than one hour from another major Tennessee city: Jackson. McKenzie is also home to an award winning airport with a 5,500 foot runway and access to CSX Railways.
McKenzie is located in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Carroll Lake, just south of town, provides a great area for a number of activities including a picnic area, an 18-hole public golf course and of course fishing. Nearby Kentucky Lake, just 30 minutes away, is famous for its fishing and hunting opportunities as well and is often referred to as "The Crappie Fishing Capitol of the World.” Carroll County’s new 1000-acre recreational lake is also just 20 minutes away from Bethel’s campus.
Other Campus Locations: Satellite campuses in Jackson, Clarksville, Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis and Paris.
Students who live on campus have a better understanding of Bethel's cultural, social, recreational and spiritual opportunities. They can also better focus on excelling academically since everything they need is conveniently located right on campus.
If you plan to live on campus, be sure to complete the appropriate housing card.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 3 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1
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