What does an online Barclay student look like?
The beauty of online education is that people from different walks of life participate and
engage in discussion.
To some, academics come naturally, and others have struggled in the past with school. At Barclay College, we have found that those who return to school after taking a break or choosing another career path tend to have more purpose and better time management than in their younger years. This usually translates into much better performance in classes. Students find a lot of value in participating in discussion with professors and other students who range in age and come from diverse cultures.
Barclay College admits students based on academic record and abilities, Christian commitment, and agreement with the established purposes of the college. Regular admission to the college will be granted to students who meet all of the college’s admissions standards for online undergraduate students: a high school diploma or GED equivalent, have cumulative high school or college grade point averages of 2.0 or better, two non-family references, and a brief questionnaire. The Online Admissions Department reserves the right to make exceptions for special cases or require more materials from students in question.
Admission and attendance at Barclay College is a privilege, not a right of any student. Barclay College does not discriminate based on sex, race, color, national/ethnic origin, age, or physical disability in administrating its programs or policies.
Students who do not pass the requirements for regular admission may be permitted to attend the college under conditional or probationary admission standards. These may include a limit on semester hours, required study halls, remedial courses, or additional requirements designed to help the student transition to college and succeed.