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Barber-Scotia College
145 Cabarrus Ave. - West
Concord, North Carolina 28025
(704) 789-2900
Contact: Alfreda Phillips Director of Admissions
http://www.b-sc.edu/
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     At Barber-Scotia College believe that human dignity is an endowment from God and that all persons have the responsibility for developing their potential to the fullest and for devoting their creative energies toward making a better world. We believe that all persons have six important aspects- intellectual, physical, emotional, social, ethical and spiritual- and that their development of one aspect is integrally related to the development of all others. We, at Barber-Scotia, believe that this development and this integration must take place within a framework of cultural heritage and through a commitment to ideals arising from Christian and democratic principles.
     Recognizing the unique and infinitely significant value of the individual, it?s our goal to provide an opportunity for all students to realize their capabilities. We will provide the opportunity through a liberal arts education in a community concerned with the interaction of cultures, Christian heritage, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership. The College continually seeks to provide an atmosphere and an environment in which learning will always be adventurous for the total community of scholars.
Quick Facts
Undergrad Population: 582
Graduate Population: 0
Student Body: Coed
In State Tuition: $10686
Out of State Tuition: $10686
Room & Board: $4452
Applications Due: July 1st ($25)
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Mascot: Saber-Tooth Tiger
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Online Classes: no
Percent Men: 66%
Percent Women: 34%
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Majors Offered

Popular majors
•Business per marketing 17%
•Parks and recreation 15%
•Computer and information sciences 7%
•Education 7%

Mathematics
•Mathematics – General

School of Visual and Performing Arts
•Music – General

Social Sciences
•Criminology
•Political Science/Government
•Sociology

Parks, Recreation, and Fitness
•Recreation & fitness – general

Communications & Journalism
•Journalism

Biological and Biomedical Sciences
•Biology

Computer Science
•Computer Science

Education
•Education – General
•Elementary Education

Business, Management, & Marketing
•Business Administration/Management
•Hospitality Administration/Management

Physical Sciences
•Physics


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College History
     Barber-Scotia College was founded as Scotia Seminary in January, 1867, by Reverend Luke Dorland who was commissioned by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to establish in the South an institution for the training of Negro women. A survey of situations and of needs resulted in the selection of Concord, North Carolina, as the place for the location of the school. Organization included a program of elementary, secondary, and normal school work.
     The original purpose of the College was to prepare teachers and social workers to improve the '101 of the freedman and to provide a pool of leaders.' Accordingly, subjects classified as normal, academic, and homemaking were offered in a pattern which anticipated state certification, but which always pointed to the collegiate level.
     The second period of academic development came in 1916 when the name of the institution was changed to Scotia Women's College. In 1930, Barber Memorial College of Anniston, Alabama, merged with Scotia Women's College. The present name, Barber-Scotia College, was adopted in 1932.
     Rating and accreditation by this time had become a point of great urgency in education in the South, and four years after the merger of Scotia with Barber, the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools granted Barber-Scotia full approval as a Class 'A' junior college. Eight years later (1942), the Board of National Missions took action to support fully a four-year program for the College; and in 1945, the first class to be granted the Bachelor's degree was graduated. The North Carolina Board of Education granted the College a four-year rating in 1946, which made it possible for graduates who plan to teach to receive the 'A' certificate.
     On April 2, 1954, the charter was amended to admit students without regard to race or sex. Following closely on this event, the College was admitted to full membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
     Barber-Scotia College is historically related to the former Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, and currently to the Presbyterian Church (USA), as of June, 1983. The Presbyterian Church (USA) in its Church World Mission Goals, revised by the 202nd General Assembly's June 1990 Statement, stated: 'As a continuing goal, upholding church-related educational institutions, we will seek to form close partnerships with various church related educational institutions, especially with racial ethnic institutions." The Presbyterian Church (USA) and Barber-Scotia College are strengthening the ties in fulfilling the mission to provide a cadre of educated Black Leaders.
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