- 4 Year
- WILSON, NC
Barton College Reviews
Rating 3.58 out of 5 421 reviews
The chemistry program is very underfunded and the professors for the chemistry program are Terrible. Nice campus and great people.
Best 4 years of my life, hands down. Professors that care, great President and leadership, fun social life, great athletics, excellent education. I love this college and am so grateful I chose Barton College to continue my education.
My experience at Barton has been life changing. I transferred to Barton in 2019 from my previous school. As soon as I stepped foot onto campus, I felt at home already. I was greeted by the most energetic people I have ever met. Barton has not only helped me become a better student, but a better person in general. I didn't have many friends coming into Barton, but now I have made life-long friendships that I am very grateful for. A suggestion I would make would be to host more interesting campus events. It would help bring the student body even closer. Other than that, Barton will forever have a special place within my heart. Once a Bulldog, always a Bulldog.
It's not anything so far I would like to see changed at Barton except for the price. Its really not enough scholarships that would help me pay for my tuition since I not going to be able to work, but I still have over 2000 balance that has to be paid by December of 2021 and I don't have a clue to how I'll pay for it.
During my freshman year at Barton College, I have had many good experiences. I’ve made lots of friends and had great teachers. There’s always activities to do on campus. Some activities include trivia game nights, kaboom nights, and corn hole games outside on campus. The campus is beautiful and is a great campus overall.
What I like about Barton college is that they give you your own space when needed. What I don't like about Barton college is they never know what's going on or what event is happening.
Majority of my class I took this semester was in person, however my BIO 101 was online and I was struggling with it cause it wasn't in person, and I wasn't used to it.
Like every other school in the country, Barton moved to online learning due to Covid-19. My professors were extremely patient, understanding, and caring during this sudden change in our lives. My professors made themselves available anytime we needed them. They would FaceTime, Zoom, E-mail, etc.. My professors made it easy to find our resources online, and were very organized with our learning and objectives.
Throughout my experience at Barton College, I have learned to grow in so many ways. I transferred to Barton from a community college, and I was very nervous going into Barton. But, as soon as I got to Barton, there were many people there, a range of students, teachers, and staff, that opened their arms and treated me with such kindness. I have learned to be myself, and to be more understanding. I have grown into a very open-minded person. If I have a problem, academic or personal, I know I have so many people willing to talk to me. If I have a problem with any classroom material, the professors doors are always open. If I am having a hard day, the professors are understanding. The professors are very hands-on with learning, they do not just read material, they explain it, manipulate it, and make you understand it. The only thing I would like to see change on campus is the residence halls need to be updated, other than that, the campus is a solid 10/10.
I went on a visit to Barton since I'm going to play football there. The campus itself was beautiful but real quiet. It's also a small private D2 college and it's their first year with football.
Not that great, not having a good time. For 42,000$ this place sucks. I have to type 100 characters about how I feel but its honestly not worth it.
Don't send your soon to be college student to Barton!!! Here's the many reasons why. Not worth the value. Overpriced below par education. Not a safe or clean enviroment, that includes the surrounding area. Your student will be hungry because the food sucks. Meal plan is $2900 a semester. If you what your son to learn how to be a womanizer, this is the place for you. Great place to leave as an alcoholic or drug addict. Your daughter will be used, abused and broken mentally by the self entitled, disrespectful, no boundaries males at this so called college. Barton needs to take Christian out of their label of what kind of college it is. It's more like Barton-Camp Crystal Lake without Jason Voorhees!! This place isn't a safe environment for females or anyone. Please don't send your daughter or son to Barton. It's all about covering up what really goes on there, so they can get their donations and fool parents to pay for the lie.
Barton College is a safe place to live. It is a wonderful place to make friends and learn and study.
Probably what I experienced at Barton is that as a student you are not just a number. Since its smaller there are people who recognize you and want to see you succeed. Your a member of the university rather the just some one handing them a check.
My experince at Barton has been one like no other. Since the day I visited Barton to, the day I accepted their offer to attend the school. Barton is one of the view smaller colleges that I looked into. Barton makes sure all of their student are taken care of the best of their abilities, no matter how small or how big the issue may be. One of the things I love about baton is their classroom sizes. This gives student a perfect time to have a good relationship with your professors , rather than just being another name and face. Another thing I love about the campus is how small it is. Everything is spaced out just enough to still being able to interact with the everyone attending. Barton is my mom away from, and I wouldn't want to trade this school for anything else. I hope I can raise enough money to continue my education here .
I will be an incoming freshman this fall at Barton College and based off of the few couple visits I've had, I am loving it already. The campus is very well taken care of and the thing that caught my eye the most was the overall attitude of the employees and administrators on campus. They were willing to help me as soon as I stepped on campus and being that this is a smaller private college, that is something I intended to happen.
It’s okay but the there is really not much a diversity of food in the cafe. Also, if you play a sport if you don’t know anybody do not come here to play only because it’s a waste of you’re potential & coaches do not see hardwork only favorites