#1 teacher education program in Kansas
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Choosing the right program can be challenging. For this reason, the process has been streamlined. With the aid of a complex algorithmic tool, reviews, and tests, the top education programs across the state of Kansas have been discovered.
Barclay College is committed to the pursuit of excellence and has shown exemplary dedication to education of the highest caliber. Their programs are among the state’s very best. It stands above the rest and best matches the the priorities of a teacher seeking a college degree. [source]
#1 of 15 best valued College/University in Kansas
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Affiliated with the Religious Society of Friends, Barclay College is a place where giving, learning, and sharing go hand in hand. Barclay students follow Christ’s example by devoting 12 hours per semester to service learning, for a total of 96 hours of volunteer work and charitable contributions by graduation. Whether students are pursuing a ministerial degree in Youth Ministry, Worship Arts, or Missions; or a pre-professional degree in Sports and Recreational Leadership or Business Administration, devotion to selflessness and spiritual edification stand paramount to their success at Barclay. [source]
#7 of 50 Colleges/Universities with the lowest student debt
- Schools were ranked according to students’ average total debt upon graduation.
- All 4-year institutions (online, private, public, for-profit) were considered, except for specialty institutions.
- Data is from the 2013-2014 school year.
Beginning in 2007, Barclay College started to offer full-tuition coverage for full-time students living in dormitory halls. Hence, why Barclay graduates have very little debt to worry about. Compared to students at other 4-year private universities in Kansas, Barclay students graduate with less than 1/3 of the debt. Financial aid is plentiful: 92% of students apply for assistance in some form, and 72% of students’ needs are fully met. Further, 57% of Barclay undergrads receive Pell Grants averaging to $4,191. While the just-shy-of-$1-million endowment may seem small, consider that the school graduated only 125 students in 2008. The dividends suddenly appear more appetizing. Work-study programs also help keep costs down, and students earn back a total of $50,631 per year. While originally a school for ministry, Barclay has expanded to offer excellent programs in Psychology and Family Studies, Business Administration, Elementary Education, and more. Associate and graduate degrees are also available. [source]