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Admissions Policy

Rights of the College

Barton Community College reserves the right to deny admission or readmission to anyone who is considered detrimental to the best interests of the college community, or if Barton is unable to provide the services, courses or program(s) needed to meet individual educational objectives.

Admissions Policy

Special Student

Admissions Policy

High School Student

Army Enlistees



Students on

Academic Probation

Admissions Policy: Special Student

A person can be admitted to Barton Community College as a special student if the student:

Is not seeking an approved certificate or degree from Barton

Is taking classes for personal enrichment


* Special students are not eligible for federal financial aid and some institutional aid.  Student services such as advisement are available at the student’s request.

Admissions Policy: High School Student

A person can be admitted to Barton Community College as a high school student if the student:

Has completed an Enrollment Application through BARTonline using the Enroll Now or Login enrollment options.

Is enrolled in high school in grades 10, 11, 12, or be a gifted student in grade 9 with an IEP recommending

college experience

Has placement tests taken with proper scores on file at Barton

Has submitted a permission form signed by a high school official for each school year of enrollment.


Please view the printable high school authorization form.



Army Enlistees

Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)

Joint program between the U. S. Army Recruiting Command and Barton Community College.

Admitted to Barton concurrent with your enlistment.

Defer your enrollment for classes for up to two years after discharge

Matriculate as a veteran after you leave active duty.

For more information about this program, contact your local U. S. Army recruiter.


International Students

International students must adhere to all Barton Community College admissions policies.

Students must possess sufficient English language reading and writing skills to successfully complete all

required coursework.

To complete an associate degree through BARTonline satisfactory academic and conduct records for

secondary or higher level institutions attended must be submitted.

Transcripts of all prior college-level coursework must be submitted.

Barton advisors evaluate past work to determine if these courses apply towards your degree.


Official college transcripts, including certified English translations, should be forwarded to:


Barton Community College

PO Box 2463

Fort Riley, KS 66442

Students on Academic Probation

If a student is on academic probation, suspension or dismissal from another college, they may apply for admission and, if accepted, will be admitted according to the Academic Suspension Policy.  If admission information is falsified, a student will be subject to dismissal.


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