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About Barclay College
Barclay College is blessed with an attractive, open campus of approximately seventeen acres and eight major buildings:
Broadhurst Student Center, containing the dining commons, student lounge, bookstore, Bear’s Den snack bar, game room, and mailboxes.
Lemmons Hall, and the Binford House providing women’s residence facilities, laundry, and Student Council offices.
Lewis Hall and Coppock Hall, housing men's residence facilities and laundry.
Worden Memorial Library, housing the library collection, student computer lab, faculty offices, instructional media center, and classrooms. The Barclay College Tutoring Center and the Barclay College Writing center are situated in the library.
Hockett Auditorium, which serves as the center for the Barclay Bear’s athletic programs, containing the gymnasium/auditorium, performance stage, concession center, and locker rooms.
Jackson Hall, containing classrooms, science lab facilities.
Phillips Hall, holding administrative offices, the business office, office of admissions, external studies offices, yearbook offices, music department offices, practice rooms, and classrooms
Barclay College’s main campus is located in south-central Kansas in the town of Haviland, immediately north of US Highway 54/400 between Dodge City and Pratt. The location combines the advantages of a very friendly, safe, small-town environment with easy access to larger–town services about ten to twenty minutes from the campus.
The area is well served by numerous churches of various denominations, several medical clinics, two hospitals, local radio, cable and satellite TV, restaurants and cafés, national retail and grocery chains, and local businesses. Wichita, the nearest major city, is approximately 90 miles east of the campus, and provides air transportation as well as numerous cultural and sporting events and a wide variety of shopping and restaurants.
The College often provides transportation services to area towns and cities for students who are without personal vehicles.
Courses available 10Business, Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 6 Sports Science 1
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