Campus Safety Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know/Campus Security Act and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy/Campus Crime Statistics Act, it is the policy of Barton Community College to make readily available to all prospective/current students and college staff the following information on an annual basis concerning:

The completion or graduation rate of all full-time, first-time certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate students, as well as the average completion or graduation rate of students who have received athletically-related student aid, and 
The disclosure of crime statistics within specific classifications and arrests indicating reported incidents as required by law. 
Barton Community College adheres to the Campus Security Act (public Law 101-542). Current statistics are posted in each building and available upon request from the Campus Safety Office.

Barton Community College Crime Statistics

Graduation Rates

Disclosure of Graduation Rates of All Full-time, First-time Students. The completion or graduation rate for all first-time students who entered Barton Community College on a full-time basis in the Fall of 2011 was 31.5%.

Printed copies of the Annual Report and Crime Summary and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act are available upon request from the Student Services Office located in the north end of the Learning Resource Center.