To be eligible for graduation, students must have completed at least 15 resident hours out of the required sixty-four (64) total hours through Summer 2020, and the sixty (60) total hours beginning Fall 2020 from Barton Community College. Students seeking a certificate from Barton must have completed at least 25% of the required courses from Barton.
A credit hour residency requirement indicates the number of credits you must complete through Barton Community College.
When a course taken at another institution is repeated at Barton, the College shall accept the most recent grade to calculate the student’s grade point average or satisfy course and/or graduation requirements.
Students seeking a degree from Barton should meet with their academic advisor prior to sending any post-secondary transcripts to Barton.
Non-degree students are not required to submit transcripts unless it is needed for a course prerequisite. Non-degree seeking student's transcripts will be kept on file and only evaluated as needed and/or as requested by the student.
Students must achieve an overall 2.0 grade point average to be eligible for graduation.
Students who remain continuously enrolled from time of entry to application for graduation will be held to the catalog requirements in effect when they declare their program of study. “Continuous enrollment” refers to annual Fall and Spring semester enrollment (or equivalent) in a minimum of at least one credit bearing course per semester. Should a student’s enrollment be interrupted, they will be held to the guidelines and requirements of the catalog of record at the time of program re-entry.
The “continuous enrollment” requirement does not apply to target student populations or population cohorts for whom breaks in enrollment are necessitated by Barton program scheduling or partner agency scheduling/restrictions. Changes to prerequisites and/or curriculum which occur for purposes beyond graduation – e.g. regulatory and legislative updates, third party accreditation or other certification bodies requirements, increased skill demand from industry, employment or transfer requirement changes, or recommended and/or mandated changes from the Kansas Board of Regents or other such entities are not subject to these catalog requirements.
Find information on requirements for each degree in the list below.
A student may apply for graduation and receipt of more than one degree from the College, provided they have met the following requirements for the additional degree:
- A minimum of 15 additional Barton hours of credit completed after meeting their requirements of the first degree, and
- At least 15 hours must have been taken at the College.