BSSM Student Housing at Simpson University

Simpson University is pleased to offer school year housing to students of the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Simpson University has a beautiful campus two miles from Bethel Church. Its residence halls are designed to accommodate two students to a room who share a common bathroom with an adjoining room. Simpson’s BSSM housing is especially easy for international students as it offers a fixed cost of living to report to immigration and does not include the hassle of renting an apartment, finding a roommate, paying first and last month's rent, paying utilities, and buying and preparing food.

If you are interested in housing at Simpson University while attending BSSM, please click the button below to be redirected to the BSSM Housing site to review the full info sheet, including pricing and FAQ's, and to complete the BSSM Housing at Simpson interest form. After completing the interest form, a representative from BSSM will contact you.

  • A rainbow arcing over Simpson’s campus after a storm
  • Simpson University’s campus
  • The cross on Simpson University’s campus
  • Measell-Taylor Dormitory
  • The patio area outside Measell-Taylor
  • A view from the door of a Measell-Taylor room
  • A view from the sink of a Measell-Taylor room
  • The vanity/sink area in a Measell-Taylor room
  • A Measell-Taylor bathroom

*Please note that linens, towels, pillows and blankets are not included in BSSM housing rooms.

Visiting Redding? Would you like a tour of BSSM housing? Call (530) 226-4971 to schedule!

"I highly recommend the Simpson housing option for first year BSSM students. The students share a separate, common lounge area with refrigerators and full kitchen access and they quickly become a family. Simpson has truly created a space for BSSM students that fosters the culture of Bethel. With nights of worship and prayer, group homework sessions, movie nights, ministering to visiting family or just needing to talk through what the Holy Spirit is doing in her life, my daughter never felt alone, always had positive support, and would say that her BSSM Simpson family will be family for life."

— Brenda