Office of the Registrar
The Registrar’s Office aims to support the instructional mission of the University through managing student records, facilitating course registration, scheduling classes, issuing final examination schedules, issuing transcripts and certificates, and maintaining the integrity, accuracy, and privacy of all academic student records.
We make every effort to provide services in a professional, accessible, and courteous manner to our students, faculty, administration, parents, and alumni.
The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to support the educational goals of Bethlehem University, with an emphasis on conducting registration and keeping academic records. We accomplish our mission by striving towards excellence in everything we do and seeking out new and better ways of doing our work to better meet the needs of the community we serve.
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Our Happy Students
“We, at the T. u. H. Hoene Stiftung, believe that education and training are the solutions for need, misery, poverty, violence, discrimination, and discord in our world. Only those who are able to help themselves will be able to make a good contribution to their own development and thus to the development of humanity. Our goal is to create the conditions for as many people as possible, primarily children and young people, to shape their own lives and thus give them the chance to positively shape their social environment. We decided to engage in the scholarship program at Bethlehem University after a trip to the Holy Land in 2019. We consider our commitment there as an individual spark of peace that we want to ignite so that it can be carried on into a region that is longing for peace. We feel happy that the University selected the student Marian Nasserallah to receive our scholarship. We had the chance to get to know her during a video call coordinated by Ms. Shahinda Nassar, Development Officer in June 2020. It was a wonderful experience to see the impact of our gift.” Scholarship Recipient Mariam Nasserallah, 2nd-year Biology major student
“I thought it very appropriate that this is the 72nd anniversary of Nakba Day, May 15, and we at Friends of Bethlehem in Sydney are able to contribute to giving a young deserving Palestinian student a chance of an excellent professional job and a life career in Palestine. I am sure that the local inner-city Sydney activist woman who gave us these funds as her bequest, Ms. Jane Carew Howarth, would be extremely happy today to be seeing this happen, exactly as she intended supporting Palestine." Scholarship Recipient Daleda Jarayseh, 3rd year Nursing major student
“We decided to support a student at Bethlehem University for a number of reasons. Those members who have been on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land have visited BU. We were given a guided tour of campus where we were able to meet and speak to students who gave their experiences of student life at BU. They were upbeat, positive, and optimistic. It was a good experience for our members to meet young men and women on the cusp of educational achievement and careers. I think this moved us to want to help, and providing a scholarship is a way the Lieutenancy could do this. Those of us who entered higher education would have had much the same kind of experiences as BU students. However, we didn’t have difficulties to contend with such as checkpoints and other overt restrictions on life in Palestine. That difference made us want to help in a tangible way. We wish “our” student Widad all the best in her studies; she is in our prayers.” Scholarship Recipient Widad Jeries, 2nd year Software Engineering major student
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