Barclay College COVID-19 FAQ

Q: I am a student at Barclay College, and I have been exposed to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
over break/vacation. What should I do?
A: Please DO NOT return to campus. Your local healthcare provider will determine if you need to be tested. Contact them if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, develop symptoms such as fever and cough, or difficulty breathing, and remember, it can take up to 14 days after you have been exposed to develop symptoms.

Q: How can I protect myself?
CDC site

Q: Are residence halls, student services, and Barclay College offices open?
A: No. Barclay College physical campus is closed until further notice. All online resources and Barclay College offices will remain open and functional to students; however, any on-campus services such as Student Residence Halls are closed.

Q: I have left many personal belongings in my dorm room at Barclay College. Can I come back to campus to retrieve them?
A: Please DO NOT return to campus. A letter will be sent out addressing what steps will be taken in order for students to retrieve their belongings. Any personal belongings in the residence halls will be kept safe. We ask that students are patient and understanding during this period of time.

Q: I am a Barclay College student who does not have a place to stay permanently or long-term. What should I do?
A: Please contact Ryan Haase ( as soon as possible to discuss what options may be available.

Q: When will online classes begin and what does that look like for students?
A: All courses will be moved online for the remainder of the semester beginning March 30, 2020. Faculty are currently preparing to move all classes online. This adjustment is not only new for students, but faculty and staff as well. We ask that you are patient and understanding as we work through this process together. Faculty will be in contact with you soon. We encourage you to contact your advisor if you have additional questions or concerns.

Q: With Barclay College campus closed, will Barclay College’s production of Mary Poppins continue?
A: It has been postponed until a later date, not yet decided. Based on the CDC’s recommendation and the state of Kansas, all other student related activities have been cancelled for the remainder of the semester.

Q: With Barclay College’s physical campus closed, is the Bear’s Den still open for curbside or delivery?

A: Yes. Barclay College has been in contact with local health officials to determine the safety of keeping the restaurant open. As of right now, the Bear’s Den remains open for business, for curbside pickup or delivery only until further notice.

Q: How can I as a Barclay College student, staff, or faculty member help during this process?
A: PRAY! As Christians, it is important to understand the power of prayer. Students, staff, and faculty should know that all decisions made by Barclay College, no matter how difficult, were prayerfully considered. We ask that you continue to lift up this community, our college, your state, and our nation’s government in prayer. Leaders at all levels are experiencing new levels of stress and uncertainty. Thankfully we have a God who is able to do “IMMEASURABLY more than all we ask or imagine (Eph. 3:20).”

Q: How do I stay up-to-date with Barclay College’s decisions regarding COVID-19?
A: Whenever any new information becomes available, updates will be sent to students/faculty/staff via the Spring Break Updates emails. Students are encouraged to contact their advisors with further questions. We ask that you are patient and understanding as we work through this process together.

Q: Spring Commencement
A: Tentatively, Spring Commencement (for December and May graduates) will be held on Sunday, October 4th after the Ladies Auxiliary Sale on Saturday, October 3rd.   Sale weekend is always a big weekend on campus with alumni returning from around the country for the Sale.  We will plan on a big party to celebrate our graduates that weekend.  More to come.

  • There will not be a Baccalaureate Service so we will all join the Sunday morning service at Haviland Friends Church.  Stay tuned for planning for this big weekend.
  • December grads have the option of receiving their diplomas by mail now if their account is settled in the business office.  Contact Mark Miller, registrar
  • May grads have the option of receiving their diplomas by mail after May 3rd if their account is settled in the business office after that date.  Contact Mark Miller, registrar
  • Regalia and diploma covers will be held until after Commencement exercises on October 4th.   Those who cannot attend will receive their regalia and covers in the mail.

Q: Refund?
A: There are no planned refunds for this year.   Barclay College offers full tuition scholarships to students who live on campus.  Students not living on campus pay tuition of an equal amount to campus students’ room, board and fees.   During this unprecedented time, we appreciate the efforts of our faculty and employees to switch to a non-resident campus for the remainder of the semester.  Based on each student’s enrollment, Barclay College made commitments to faculty, staff, and vendors. We are trying to be good stewards of our money and to meet our obligations to those who work so hard to serve our students.

Q: Will we be enrolling for the Fall 2020 semester? If so, when?
A: Fall 2020 enrollment opened on Monday, March 23. Students’ advisors should be reaching out to them in the next few weeks to enroll in Fall 2020 classes.

Q:  Will the fall campus classes start on schedule?
A: Currently, Barclay College is preparing to begin classes on schedule in the fall which is always the 3rd Monday of August or August 17, 2020 for this coming fall.  The college will continue to monitor national, state, and local Departments of Health to ensure our community and our students are safe.   We are also building out numerous alternatives to ensure the best education for our students.   Our location and size make Barclay College an attractive college for students and their families.   Continue to watch this website for updates.

We are so honored to be hosting Prince Ivan here at Barclay for a concert on Saturday, Feb 22nd. This will be a great energetic concert with covers of current pop songs as well as songs from their new album, The Preface. If you want to listen to some of their music, they are on Spotify, Apple Music and most other streaming services.

Prince Ivan is a pop duo with a mission. They want to bring clean music to the secular world. I am excited to have this opportunity to have them here at Barclay!

Tickets are $20 for the general public. Get tickets at the door or at

Momentous – Change Your Marriage Forever

Prince Ivan Live In Concert at Barclay


Wednesday-Thursday, October 2nd-3rd

Discover BC Preview Event for High School and Transfer Students.
Register at:

Friday October 4th

  • 5:30pm – 7:00pm
    • Hamburger/hotdog dinner at Hockett Auditorium (donations appreciated)
  • 7:00pm
    • Alumni vs. Alumni Soccer Game at Barclay Soccer Field

Saturday, October 5th

  • 9:00am
    • Auction Begins at Hockett Auditorium
      (Food available for purchase all day)
  • 9:30am – 12:00pm and 1:00pm – 4:00pm
    • Kiddie Carnival (Registration at Hockett) $10 per child
      $8 per child for families with three or more children registering
  • 1:00pm
    • Quilts are auctioned at Hockett Auditorium

Thursday, August 8

  • RA’s CPR Training

Saturday, August 10

  • Student Leaders arrive back on campus

Sunday, August 11

  • Athletes Arrive

Thursday, August 15

  • Registration for New Students (9:00AM – 4:00PM)
  • Parents Meeting in Ross-Ellis (4:15PM)
  • President Dinner in the Cafeteria (6:00PM)
  • StuGo Activity in Ross-Ellis (9:00PM)

Friday, August 16

  • Registration for Returning Students (9:00AM-12:00PM & 1:00PM-3:00PM)
  • New Student Orientation in Ross-Ellis (9:00AM-3:00PM)
  • Christian Service Sign up in Ross Ellis (1:00PM – 4:00PM)
  • StuGo Activity in Ross-Ellis (8:00PM)

Saturday, August 17

  • Brunch in the Cafeteria (10:30AM-11:15AM)
  • Orientation for New and Transfer Students in Ross-Ellis (11:15AM-4:00PM)
  • StuGo Activity in the Student Center (8:00PM)

Sunday, August 18

  • Grass Volleyball Tournament on the Soccer Field (3:00PM)
  • Campus Prayer Walk (6:30 PM)

Monday, August 19

  • First Day of Campus Classes

Weekend Master Schedule 2019


Distance Undergraduate

Master’s Graduates



General Information







hotels available in Pratt or Greensburg

College guests receive a special rate of $89/night at the
Hampton Inn in Pratt.


College Cafeteria and Bears Den offer food service on campus.


College Cafeteria Hours:

Friday 7:30-8:30; 12:00- 1:00; 5:30 -6:30

– 11:30 ; 5:30 – 6:30

Sunday- 12:00 – 1:00;  5:30 – 6:30

Bears Den Hours:

Friday  12:00 – 1:00; 5:00
– 12:00

– 12:00 – 1:00; 5:00 – 12:00

– 5:00 – 12:00



Evening:  Adults $7; Salad only $5;
Child (4-14) $3




May 2

Board of Trustee meetings 2:00 p – 9:00 p





May 3

Board of Trustee meetings 8:00 a – 3:00 p


Setup for Celebration Dinner 3:00 p

Larry Lewis – Ross-Ellis Center



Graduation Rehearsal; Ross-Ellis
Center  [Tim
Hawkins, Derek Brown]





Graduate Reception @

Celebration Class Dinner

graduating classes years ending in  9”







Class Parties TBA



May 4







Golf Tournament;  Pratt Country Club,  Lunch provided


(10:30 – 11:30 a. 
Adult $8; Salad only $5; Child (4-14)  $4


Undergraduate Online Student Reception – BrunchStudent
Center Gathering Room


Symposium;  Ross-Ellis


Celebration Worship – HFC [Herb]


Alumni BanquetHockett Auditorium  Cost:  $20








May 5

Undergraduate Campus

Undergraduate Distance





in Broadhurst Student Center


in Broadhurst Student Center



in Jackson Hall




in Phillips Hall.




Procession to Ross-Ellis






Cost: Adult $9; Salad only
$5; Child (4-14)  $4


Graduates and faculty meet
in respective locations – Same as Baccalaureate

group picture at 2:40 p]


Procession to Ross-Ellis


Ross-Ellis Center


Reception –