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Go to College for $0 – 13 Free Tuition Options

Go to College for $0 – 13 Free Tuition Options

By Kathryn Knight

December 10, 2010

Barclay College – Haviland, KS

At Barclay College, students are able to take advantage of full-tuition scholarships as long as they are full-time students. Because of the small number of students, it’s common for students and faculty to socialize outside of the classroom, providing a unique college community atmosphere.

In 1917, Scott T. Clark, a teacher and evangelist, founded the Bible Training School near a Quaker academy for high school students. It later evolved into a two-year junior college and finally, in 1969, a four-year, liberal arts institution.

Some quick facts about Barclay College…

  • About 250 students are enrolled in the school
  • In 2009, 106 students applied and 39 were admitted, according to

Costs students have to cover per year…

  • Student fees: $2,690
  • Room and board: $6,600

*Full-tuition scholarships are given to students who commit to a full-time education at Barclay College.

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