Soccer Team

The Barclay College Men’s Soccer team will be joining with the Haviland Friends Church and Siete Ejidos Friends Church in Sinalo, Mexico to provide an outreach ministry in Siete Ejidos and the local areas. The plan is for the team, along with Trent and Christy Jacks, and Chuck Townsend from Haviland Friends Church, to travel to Siete Ejidos over Fall Break, October 13 – 20. The ministry will include relationship building and special events for children and of course soccer games with a couple of local town teams. The “goal” of the trip is to join with the local church as it reaches out to the local community, especially to the men who have thus far not shown a lot of interest in the church. The cost of the trip is roughly $300 per person not including travel visas. We would like to encourage our alumni soccer players and fans to utilize the alumni soccer game event as an opportunity to help send them out as disciples who are making disciples. If you would like to contribute to this, please designate your gift with the title BARCLAY COLLEGE SOCCER MISSIONS TRIP to MEXICO 2013.

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We have highlighted ten different students who are pursuing ministry this summer.

Senior Rochelle Greshem is seving under Southwest Yearly Meeting of Friends in cooperation with the Cambodian Friends Church. She is helping with the youth program and working at the Devine Pizza and Ribs Cage which provide a safe place for people to come in and eat and a safe place to work.

 

Senior Amanda Vance is doing Missionary work in Nepal with Evangelical Friends Missions. Her service is from June 10 to August 2.

 

Senior Nathan Fisher is doing his pastoral ministry practicum throughout the summer at the Greensburg Christian Church in Greensburg, Kansas.

 

Senior Keaghan Auer and Junior Joey Spiegel are serving at Camp Quaker Haven in Kansas as counselors for both senior and junior high camps.

 

Senior Christopher Reed is serving as a counselor for multiple age groups on the Leadership Team at Ponca Bible Camp in Arkansas from June 12 until July.

 

Senior David Jaimes is doing his Bible/theology practicum among the Spanish speaking churches in California from June 3 to August 5.

 

Sophomore Lauren Wells was in Peru from May 4-24 to encourage the formation of strong relationships between the younger generation of Friends in Peru and the United States.

 

Sophomore Jacob Pribble is doing his youth ministry internship throughout the summer at the Chandler Friends Church, Chandler, Oklahoma.

 

Senior Josh Sanchez is ministering in Belgium with a group called Sports Quest.

 

Junior Joey Spiegel is doing his youth ministry practicum this summer at the Haviland Friends Church under the direction of Associate Pastor, Josiah Williams.

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With the Fall semester just around the corner, we look forward to your arrival. Below, you will find all you need to know for registration and orientation.

Student Leaders

Monday, August 12

  • Move-in starting at 1:00 PM, dinner at 6:00 PM

Tuesday, August 13

  • Student Leader Training

Wednesday, August 14

  • Student Leader Training

Fall Athletes

Sunday, August 11

  • Move-in starting at 2:00 PM, dinner at 6:00 PM

New Students

Thursday, August 15

  • Move-in and Registration 8:00 AM – Noon; 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Parents with President and Staff 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
  • President’s Dinner 6:00 PM (RSVP for the Dinner Here)

Friday, August 16

  • New Student Registration continues and Orientation begins 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Saturday, August 17

  • New Student Orientation 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM; 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Returning Students

Friday, August 16

  • Move-in and Registration 8:00 AM – Noon; 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Saturday, August 17

  • Registration 9:00 AM – Noon; 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Monday, August 19

  • First Day of Class
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Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership

Leader Scholarship & Endowed Scholarship Loan


The Barclay College School of Graduate Studies works with each individual student to provide practical solutions for tuition costs. To ensure the highest quality of education at the most affordable price, Barclay College goes to great efforts to provide answers for the financial needs of graduate students.

A variety of low-interest loans are available for eligible students. Additional funding sources may also be available through local churches, denominations, and other Christian organizations. Students are encouraged to explore any and all possibilities.

Competitive and Affordable

Barclay College School of Graduate Studies monitors the tuition of graduate programs around the country to ensure its graduate programs are affordable. It is our commitment to our students that we will be the most affordable, private Christian institution, while delivering the highest level of academic rigor in order to ensure the future success of the student.

Two Assistance Programs

Barclay College offers two institutionally supported programs to assist students with tuition costs. They are the Leader Scholarship and the Endowed Scholarship Loan. Any qualifying student may apply for and receive both awards each semester they are enrolled as a full time graduate student.

Leader Scholarship: The Leader Scholarship is offered to any student who applies to either of the MATL programs (SF or PS). The scholarship is for $1,000 per semester and students may apply each semester for a total scholarship amount of $4,000.

Endowed Scholarship Loan: The Graduate Endowed Scholar Loan is offered to students who need additional assistance with tuition costs. This program was established through the generous gift of an alumnus to provide support to students who need assistance in the form of a short term loan. A highly competitive repayment plan is arranged with each individual student.

Requirements

To apply for a graduate scholarship or Loan students must meet the following requirements

  • Applicants must be enrolled, on a full-time basis, in a program leading to a graduate degree (Masters).
  • Scholarship will not exceed a total of $4,000.
  • Loan repayment will not exceed four (4) years.
  • Students must apply for Scholarship or Loan assistance each semester they enroll as a full time student.

Application Procedures
  • Applicants must apply to either the Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership (MATL) Spiritual Formation (SF) or Professional Studies (PS) program.
  • Applicant must be accepted into the program.
  • Student will apply for the Scholarship and/or Loan by contacting Lee Anders, V.P. Business Services.
  • Student will be notified of award before entering the first class.

Evaluation and Selection

Successful selection will be confirmed by award letter.

Conditions of Award

Scholarship and Loan award recipients must maintain a full-time student status and a graduate GPA of 3.0.

Forbes

Barclay College has been recognized by Forbes to be one of the few schools that offers free tuition. You may complete a free online application for the Fall 2013 semester. Applications may be received through August 19. All resident students automatically receive an $11,000 full-tuition scholarship upon acceptance. College supporters fund the full-tuition scholarship so students may graduate with an excellent Christian education without the weight of a debt mountain.

View the original article here: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/colleges-where-tuition-still-free-120200059.html

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Biking Across Kansas for Barclay College (BAK4BC) is a fundraising initiative on behalf of the School of Graduate Studies. Dave Williams, Director of the Center for Spiritual Renewal as well as the Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership-Spiritual Formation (MATL-SF), will be one of 800 riders participating in this annual, eight-day cycling event. This year’s BAK is scheduled for June 8-15, 2013, and will follow a 500-mile route along the southern border of the state (see map below). Donors can pledge a specified amount for each mile of the course (e.g., $.10 per mile for a total of $50.00, $1.00 per mile for a total of $500.00, $10.00 per mile for a total of $5,000.00, etc.). All proceeds will benefit the newly established Graduate Scholar Fund, which provides scholarships of up to $4000 for all qualified students who are enrolled in a master’s program at Barclay College. For additional information, including a BAK Mobile Route Guide, Pledge Card, and Daily Blog, click here.

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On Monday, May 13th the Bears added yet another member to their 2013-14 roster with the signing of Lakin High School’s Dallas Franco. Franco, a three sport athlete at 3A Lakin HS, is another addition to the Bears backcourt.

Franco averaged 6.9 points, 3.4 assists, 2 rebounds, and 1.7 steals a game during his senior campaign in which he helped lead the Bronc’s to an 8-14 record.

“Dallas is a tough-nosed player that seems to be willing to do whatever it takes to help his team be better,” said Head Coach Royce Bryan. “A great kid that comes from a great family and we are thrilled to not only have him on our team but in our community as well.”

Franco plans to major in business.

The Barclay Lady Bears are pleased to announce that Kyla Powell will be playing basketball for BC during the 2013-14 season. Powell is from Huntsville, AL and played her senior year at Westminster Christian Academy.

During her senior year she averaged 7.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.6 steals a game. Powell was very active off the basketball court as well. She was a member of the Beta Club, Diamond Dolls, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is also a dedicated student as she qualified for the A/B Honor Roll. Her parents are Larkin and Latarsha Ison.

“I am excited to have Kyla joining us for next year”, said Head Coach Brad Lingafelter. “Kyla will fit in well with the girls and what we are continuing to build here at Barclay College. Kyla showed that she has the ability to shoot the ball and I feel she has a good chance to become a solid all-around contributor her freshman year.”

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Oklahoma All-State recipient Cole Hibler from 6A Ponca City High School has signed his letter of intent to attend and play basketball at Barclay College in the Fall of 2013.

Hibler is a 5’10″ point guard who averaged 10.2 points a game while shooting 36 percent from three and 44 percent from the field as a senior. He also dished out 4.1 assists per game on a team that finished the year 12-11.

For his accomplishments over this last season, Hibler was named to the Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association All-Region Team and selected to their All-Star Team, and was recognized in the Oklahoman, Tulsa World Daily, and VYPE magazine as a 6A All-State player. In addition, he has been an All-Centennial Conference player over the past three seasons.

Head Coach Royce Bryan commented, “We are thrilled that Cole decided to come to BC in the fall. I think what makes him special is his ability to impact the game in so many different ways. He can score when needed, but doesn’t have to score in order to make his presence felt. He just has a great understanding of the game and is a tough competitor.”

Hibler is the son of Alan and Shiela Hibler. He is planning on majoring in Business Administration.