The Barclay College Online Program is designed to accommodate undergraduate students from a variety
of backgrounds and life-stages. Barclay offers open enrollment that allows students to jump in during
whichever part of the year works best for them. Classes open up every 6 weeks, so if the start date for
one is too soon, the next session is right around the corner! Classes have requirements throughout the
week and students can work on their classwork any time of day. This schedule allows many of our online
students to work full-time while being enrolled. Barclay College also provides a free, two-week online
orientation class that teaches students how to navigate the online portal, submit assignments, and
interact with classmates. Students are required to take the online orientation class before their first
Are there scholarships available?
Yes! We offer a $600 scholarship each semester to undergraduate online students who are enrolled full-
time. In order to be enrolled full time a student would start in June for the Fall semester, or mid-
December for the Spring semester. While Barclay College is able to offer a full-tuition scholarship to on-
campus students, we charge tuition for our online classes.
Are online students eligible for financial aid?
Yes! Fill out the FAFSA (fafsa.ed.gov). If you are enrolled in at least six credits (typically two classes) per
semester and you are seeking a degree, you may receive federal financial aid in the form of grants or
Can I take more than one class at a time?
Yes. A student must successfully complete at least one semester of classes before they can request
approval to take two classes during any one session.
What do I have to do to enroll?
Apply! (https://www.barclaycollege.edu/apply/online/) Our application is free and simple. Apply today
so we can help you with your academic goals! In addition, the admissions staff will need references and
transcripts to complete your file.
I graduated from high school or took college classes a long time ago, do you still need my transcript?
Yes, we must have your transcripts from each college you earned credit or (if you have never attended
college) we need your high school transcript. Even if you earned college credit many years ago, the
credits may still transfer and that saves you money and time! Transcripts must be official and be sent
directly from your school(s).