Academic Resources

Center for Religious Studies

The Center for Religious Studies encourages students to reflect on the intersection of faith, life, and vocation and focuses on mentoring students toward ministry, and contributes academic support to the Religion and Philosophy program. More information here.

Willis N. Hackney Library

The Willis N. Hackney Library provides resources for your studies, an automated cataloging system available online, and computing facilities for Barton students as well as the greater Wilson community. Click here to learn more.

Office of the Registrar

Request transcripts, access special forms, and review course equivalency information here.

Office of Student Success

Got questions about academic requirements? Wondering which courses you should take? Need help with note-taking, test-taking, or other study skills? The Office of Student Success is here to help you, providing programs and services to aid you in your academic and personal development. Click here to learn more.

Oral Communications Center

Do you need assistance in creating presentations, overcoming fears of presenting, or need help in developing confidence in presenting? Our tutors provide peer-to-peer feedback, guidance, and support to help students, faculty, and staff develop oral communication confidence and competence. Drop-ins and appointments are available. Learn more here.

The Sam and Marjorie Ragan Writing Center

Need help with a paper? You’ve come to the “write” place.  Faculty and tutors are available to assist you through personal consultation. Click here to learn more.

Textbook Rental

Barton College has partnered with Follett Higher Education Group Ltd. to offer a cost-saving rental option for your textbooks. Visit http://bartoncollege.rentsbooks.com to order your books.

Travel at Barton

The international travel program at Barton College gives students the opportunity to explore other nations and cultures while earning course credit. More information here.