Wilson, NC
Barton College


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Recent Reviews

Sherrice
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love how accept the school is, however, I do not love it. It's a decent place. There are teachers here dedicated to making...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love how accept the school is, however, I do not love it. It's a decent place. There are teachers here dedicated to making sure that there student succeed in and out of the class room. There are also a few people that are willing to help you out and make you feel accepted.

Jachee
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College is a good school. The largest class I've been apart of was about twenty students. The teachers are there if yo...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College is a good school. The largest class I've been apart of was about twenty students. The teachers are there if you need to access them. There are computers available to use. Some of the on-campus buildings are better than others. The major problem is outside of class there isn't a whole lot to do.

Luis
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College offers a pool of opportunities. There is a lot of leadership development, the teachers develop personal relati...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College offers a pool of opportunities. There is a lot of leadership development, the teachers develop personal relationships with the students, and the people are very welcoming. I am so glad I chose to come to Barton because I love it here.

Rebecca
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College is a small school that is very unique. My favorite part is the small class sizes because you get one-on-one at...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton College is a small school that is very unique. My favorite part is the small class sizes because you get one-on-one attention. Also, everywhere you go on campus you see someone you know just because it is a small school. We are a family here. The teachers want you to succeed in the classroom and on the courts. They come out and watch you play or they send you encouraging emails after you have competed. I absolutely love it here.

Beatrice
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton is an excellent college known for small class sizes and great sports. The professors are very supportive and encourag...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Barton is an excellent college known for small class sizes and great sports. The professors are very supportive and encouraging to continue to pursue your goals. The classes are challenging and thought provoking. The professors encourage critical thinking, but are available to help you think creatively, as well. Barton is a great college to be at!

Erica
Barton College-Great School

I love this school! The size is perfect and the people are amazing.

Barton College-Great School

I love this school! The size is perfect and the people are amazing.

Kaitlyn
Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Barton College is a place where while everyone is different in their own way, we all seem to fit together as a whole without ...

Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Barton College is a place where while everyone is different in their own way, we all seem to fit together as a whole without even trying.

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When you get a glance at Barton College, you only think about the size of the school. Yes, Barton is pretty small, but that is what makes it so great. We all feel like we're in a home away from home. Everyone knows everyone and everyone gets along. Just like in high school when you're walking to and from buildings, you end up saying, "Hi!" to a handful of people before you even get to your classroom. Barton is a place where people feel good about being themselves.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If given the opportunity to go back to my senior year of high school, the first thing I would tell myself would be to enjoy every day I have there. I would try to convince myself to never take a single day for granted. I'd make sure to capture every moment of senior year in my iPhone, so that I could look at the thousands of pictures when I'm sitting alone in my dorm room. The safe, comforting feeling of being a "big fish in a little pond" is soemthing that you should cherish for as long as you can. The very first semester of college made high school seem like a breeze. I'd probably even scare my own self by saying, "...and you think you're stressed out now, just wait!", because it's the truth. College brings on all new stressors, making you realize that the things you stressed about in high school were usually petty. Most importantly, I would tell myself to let go of the past and whatever was holding me back from completely being happy, and to focus on every positive thing that shaped me into who I am today.

Shaun
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

It’s inconceivable to motivate the direction of a high school senior, especially in matters where the individual is obtuse in...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

It’s inconceivable to motivate the direction of a high school senior, especially in matters where the individual is obtuse in matters of continuing their education. If given the chance, I’d take matters into an entirely different direction. I’d make the subject identifiable to this senior. The absence of an college degree quite simply is suffering. In delaying any attempt to further your marketable skills, you force your unrealized talents to be the slave driven by the economy of the grossest dregs. Such examples would involve working at McDonalds, digging ditches, (breaking your back), and being viewed as the small masses of the depraved and lazy citizens who garnish little or no respect. Ideally, the concept behind such a discussion is to help the individual realize just how close the wretched claws of oppression and suffering are close at hand. By instilling a tenable, and realistic fear, (which is the truth), the offspring of this realization will be to take accountable steps toward furthering their education. Be helpful in accomodating them in every daunting step.

Kaleikaumaka
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Your high school senior year is supposed to be the time of your life, and for me it was. Senior activities, homecoming, dance...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Your high school senior year is supposed to be the time of your life, and for me it was. Senior activities, homecoming, dances, prom, graduation, all that good stuff. But, it's also supposed to be the year you transition yourself. The year you get ready for the day you enter the "real world". SAT's, ACT's, finals, scholarships, college applications. I had all that stuff ready to go, or so I thought. My entire senior year, I spent all my time having fun, that going to college was the last thing on my mind. Boy did I regret that. May of senior year, the month of graduation, I was told that I wouldn't be able to graduate, and I found out that I was 11 weeks pregnant. You could only imagine how I felt, and everything that was going through my mind. But, if I knew then, what I know now, I would tell myself not to wait. Don't procrastinate on your future. As a mom, I only want what's best for my daughter. So, I would also tell myself, that education is your key to a better future. Don't take it for granted.

Brent
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back to my senior year and sit down with myself for a talk, I would simply tell myself to take high school more...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back to my senior year and sit down with myself for a talk, I would simply tell myself to take high school more serious. While in high school I did very well academically, but I didn't actually take it that seriously. I realized in my first two years of college that I truely didn't know how to study. However, I learned how to study very quickly. Even though I have never struggled in college, it still would have been extremely beneficial to already have acquired this skill before college. I think this is something most seniors in high school don't do. They enjoy their last year of high school almost too much. While enjoying one's senior year, they need to evaluate their skills and make sure they are truely ready for what is ahead.

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  • $29,052
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  • 41%

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